Honor the Prominent Women in U.S. History whose grit, determination and extraordinary talents helped shape the United States we know today!
- Littleton artists have created "golden" colorized portraits of prominent women on Presidential dollars
- This coin honors Lucretia Mott, a gifted public speaker who accepted the call to become a Quaker minister in 1821 and argue publicly to abolish slavery. She joined other Quaker women to organize the Seneca Falls (NY) Women's Rights Convention in 1848, and she helped establish three schools, including Swarthmore College, our nation's earliest coeducational institution.
- Coin comes with an illustrated story card highlighting the events in her inspiring life
- Available separately is a beautifully designed 12-coin display folder with a pocket for all the cards
Makes a great educational gift!
- Novelty Series: Prominent Women in U.S. History
- Presentation: Colorized
- Product Type: Single Products