Luzmila Mita holds Sacagawea dollar coins in Quito, Ecuador. Sacagawea, an 18th Century Shoshone tribeswoman, is seen as something of a kindred spirit in Ecuador
Luzmila Mita holds Sacagawea dollar coins in Quito, Ecuador. Sacagawea, an 18th Century Shoshone tribeswoman, is seen as something of a kindred spirit in Ecuador Jim Wyss Miami Herald
Luzmila Mita holds Sacagawea dollar coins in Quito, Ecuador. Sacagawea, an 18th Century Shoshone tribeswoman, is seen as something of a kindred spirit in Ecuador Jim Wyss Miami Herald

Where did all the Sacagawea dollar coins go? In Ecuador, they’re everywhere

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