Get the latest 2022 Uncirculated six-coin set in the Jamul Nation’s popular Native American series that pays tribute to the Tuscarora Nation. As original hunters-gatherers along the eastern rivers of North Carolina, the Tuscarora moved north to New York State, and integrated into the powerful Iroquois Confederacy in the early 1700s. Their name, Tuscarora, translates as Hemp Gatherers.
The common reverse design features a white pine, symbol of the Great Tree of Peace, with an eagle above the tree that sees far and wide to warn of danger. Each obverse shows detailed images honoring the Tuscarora:
- 1¢ – longhouse was a wood-frame dwelling covered in elm bark
- 5¢ – intricate beadwork elevated the Scottish Glengarry military cap
- 10¢ – hemp cultivated for medicinal uses and clothing
- 25¢ – Chief Clinton Rickard founded the Indian Defense League and worked for free passage between the U.S.-Canada border for Native Americans
- 50¢ – warrior with a scalplock, the crest of hair that remains after a head is shaved
- $1 – Chief Casper A. Peters died in 1940
The Jamul Nation is officially recognized as a sovereign nation by the U.S. government and is legally authorized to issue its own commemorative coins, including this detailed coin set honoring the Tuscarora. It comes in an illustrated display card with a certificate of authenticity. Mintage is limited to 25,000 sets. This affordable offer will go quickly – place your order today.