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To date only one 'named' Native American has appeared on any US Currency, it is / was, "Randy'L He-dow Teton" (Shoshone) who portrayed "Sacagawea" a Shoshone woman that helped the Lewis and Clark expedition. All other portraits of any Native American are composite, or made up, portraits and are not real people.

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Q: What Native Indians appeared on US Currency?
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