2022-S Wilma Mankiller Quarter Proof PR-70 PCGS (FDI)

2022-S Wilma Mankiller Quarter Proof PR-70 PCGS (FDI)

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The third quarter of the American Women Quarter Program, this coin commemorates and honors Wilma Mankiller. A Native American activist, she became the first female chief of Cherokee Nation in 1977. This coin is a wonderful piece of history for your set!

Coin Highlights:
  • PCGS encapsulation guarantees and authenticates the condition of this coin.
  • The First Day of Issue label guarantees this coin was among the very first shipped from the mint upon release.
  • Obverse: Depicts a portrait of George Washington, originally composed and sculpted by Laura Gardin Fraser to mark George Washington’s 200th birthday.
  • Reverse: Depicts Wilma Mankiller wearing a traditional Native American shaw looking out to the future with wind swept hair. The seven-pointed star is a sign of the Cherokee Nation.
  • Coins minted in San Francisco feature the "S" mint mark.

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American Women Quarters
The American Women Quarters Program is a four-year program that celebrates the accomplishments and contributions made by women to the development and history of our country. Beginning in 2022 and continuing through 2025, the U.S. Mint will issue up to five new reverse designs each year. The obverse of each coin will maintain a likeness of George Washington that is different from the design used during the previous quarter program.

Wilma Mankiller
The Wilma Mankiller Quarter is the third coin in the American Women Quarters Program. Wilma Mankiller was the first woman elected principal chief of the Cherokee Nation and was an activist for Native American and women’s rights.

She was born in the Cherokee Nation in 1945. After drought devastated her family’s land in the 1950s, her family was moved to a housing project in California, where the adolescent Mankiller experienced culture shock, exacerbated by poverty and racism.

After Mankiller returned to the Cherokee Nation in 1977, she founded the Community Development Department for the Cherokee Nation. She led the creation of community water systems and rehabilitation of houses during the administration of Principal Chief Ross Swimmer. In 1983, Swimmer named Mankiller his running mate in his bid for re-election. When they won, Mankiller became the first woman elected deputy chief of the Cherokee Nation. After Swimmer left office to lead the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs, she became principal chief.

Mankiller would eventually receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom for her leadership.

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