Alexander Hamilton has won this duel.
The Founding Father will remain on the front of the $10 bill, the Treasury Department announced Wednesday.
But on the back of the sawbuck, suffragists who fought to give women the right to vote will be added, including Lucretia Mott, Sojourner Truth, Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Alice Paul.
And on the $20 bill, abolitionist Harriet Tubman is replacing President Andrew Jackson.
“I’m very excited by it and I think it’s much bigger than just honoring one woman,” Treasury Secretary Jack Lew told NBC News. “This is about saying that our money is going to tell a much bigger part of our story.”
Lew said the depictions of the women who fought for the right to vote is far more compelling than the steps of the Treasury building currently shown on the back of $10.
There will also be changes to the $5 bill. It will depict famous events from the Lincoln Memorial, such as the historic moment when First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt invited Marian Anderson to sing on the monument’s steps because the concert halls in Washington D.C. were segregated.