After the political events that have transpired over the last four years, it's hard to remember that former President Barack Obama was pushing for famous abolitionist and Underground Railroad conductor Harriett Tubman to be made the face of the $20 dollar bill.
But the move to replace Andrew Jackson, who was a known slave holder and proponent for the Trail of Tears, never came to fruition. Biden's White House may soon change that.
Born into slavery in Maryland around 1822, if the new administration gets her on the bill, Tubman would be the first woman, former slave, and Black person to take a place on our country's currency.
Let's not stop there. What if Texas women were to take a spot on our country's currency? Who would make the cut?
We rounded up San Antonio local ladies and Texan women that broke rules, blazed trails, and fought for what they believed in.
Here are the Lone Star dames we'd happily celebrate on U.S. currency.