Public Law 110-82 states that the Secretary of the Treasury will be required to mint and issue coins in commemoration of Native Americans and the important contributions made by Indian tribes and individual Native Americans to the development and history of the United States, and for other purposes.”
Public Law 110-82 requires that at least 20 percent of all such $1 coins minted and issued in any year be Native American $1 Coins.
After the completion of the Presidential $1 Coin Program, the Native American $1 Coin Program will continue, featuring designs in any order determined to be appropriate by the Secretary, after consultation with the Committee on Indian Affairs of the Senate, the Congressional Native American Caucus of the House of Representatives, and the National Congress of American Indians.
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Picture of the Front of the Sacagawea Dollar Coin:
2009 Native American Dollar Coin:
2010 Native American Dollar Coin:
2011 Native American Dollar Coin:
The reverse design changes each year to celebrate an important contribution of Indian tribes, or individual Native Americans, and contain the inscriptions $1 and UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Like the Presidential $1 Coins, the Native American $1 Coins maintain their distinctive edge and golden color and feature edge-lettering of the year, mint mark and E PLURIBUS UNUM.
For the 2011 proposed designs, please visit: http://news.coinupdate.com/native-american-dollar-designs-reviewed-by-cfa-0235/
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