Get a Hartford Courant subscription for less than 29 cents per day

Harriet Tubman

Who should succeed Alexander Hamilton on the $10 bill?

PITTSBURGH Treasury Secretary Jack Lew lit a firestorm when he announced this summer that he planned to remove his predecessor's image from the $10 bill.

History professor Daniel Barr predicts that a similarly heated debate will follow on which woman should replace Alexander Hamilton, the nation's first treasury secretary, on the front of the currency.

Harriet Tubman and Susan B. Anthony were the most popular names during a meeting this week in Seneca Falls, N.Y., the 19th-century birthplace of the women's movement. Eleanor Roosevelt and the lesser known Elizabeth Cady Stanton also had their supporters at the town hall-style meeting last week with U.S. Treasurer...