The changes will include, First Time Edge Incused Writing, which features the Mint Mark, Year and "E Pluribus Unim" inscribed on the edge.
The Coin Reverse, will depict various designs throughout the program celebrating important events and persons in Native American History; the phrase "United States of America," and the "$1" symbol.
The reverse of the 2010 Native American Sacagawea Dollar shows the Hiawatha Belt, which is a visual record of the creation of the Haudenosaunee or Iroquois Confederacy. The central figures on the belt, the Great White Pine, represents the Onondaga Nation. The four squares represent the Mohawk, Oneida, Cayuga, and Seneca Nations. The Belt encircles a bundle of five arrows to symbolize the strength and unity of the Confederacy, while the obverse has the standard image of Sacagawea. Remember, this is the 2nd year in the series with Edge Lettering mint mark and E PLURIBUS UNUM.
This is an official Government issued, roll of 25 Sacagawea Native American Dollars for the year 2010, in Government packaging, from thePhiladelphia Mint.