Goodbye, Alexander Hamilton. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew announced in June that the $10 bill will soon feature a woman who played a pivotal role in in American history. In 1920, the Nineteenth Amendment gave women the right to vote; fast forward 100 years, and a woman’s likeness is slated to appear on the $10 bill. Not only is the redesign a triumph for women, but it will also help the blind and visually impaired decipher between denominations through new raised elements. Many countries, including Syria, the Philippines, Mexico and Sweden, already feature images of epochal females on their paper tender. These women are often leaders, educators, scientists, artists or iconoclasts in their respective fields.