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Free Native American Coloring Pages of US Mint One Dollar Coins Collection

Updated on February 19, 2018
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Native American One Dollar Coin Coloring Pages

Looking for some fun coloring pages? You will need some metallic-like crayons, markers or colored pencils for this collection of commemorative one dollar coins. Think of shiny new gold coins or glimmering silver coins. The Native American coin coloring pages are exceptional line drawings of the real coins. The art designer created lovely pages to color. Its coloring therapy to me because I feel passionate about these designs!

The list of the Native American designs coloring pages that you will see below, including the year the coins were created, are from the United States Government Mint.

  • 2014 Native Hospitality
  • 2011 Wampanoag Treaty of 1621
  • 2013 Treaty with the Delawares (1778)
  • 2010 Great Law of Peace
  • 2009 Three Sisters of Agriculture
  • 2002 Sacagawea Golden Coin Frontside
  • 2012 Trade Routes in the 17th Century

Native Hospitality Coloring Page

Free Native American Coloring Pages
Free Native American Coloring Pages | Source

Public Domain Native American Coloring Pages

Information on coins --- http://www.usmint.gov/mint_programs/nativeAmerican/

Where I got the pictures - http://www.usmint.gov/kids/campcoin/coloring.cfm

Peace Treaty Coloring Page

Peace Coloring Page
Peace Coloring Page | Source

Wampanoag Treaty of March 22nd, 1621

Massasoit was the leader of the Wampanoag people. It is reported that he was responsible for keeping the pilgrim Plymouth Colonists from utter failure and death by starving when they came to settle in what is now the United States of America. The Wampanoag people were at peace during the Pequot War in 1636 because of the negotiations between Massasoit and the Colonist leaders. It is said that in forming the peace treaty, they also smoked the peace pipe together.

  • The 2011 US Native American Coin
  • Wampanoag Treaty of 1621

Wampanoags and the Pilgrms Video

USA Treaty with the Delawares (1778)

USA Wolf, turtle and turkey coin coloring page
USA Wolf, turtle and turkey coin coloring page | Source

Treaty with the Delawares Video

Haudenosaunee United States of America Great Law of Peace

United States of America Great Law of Peace coin coloring page
United States of America Great Law of Peace coin coloring page | Source

Great Law Of Peace

the reverse for 2010 representing government

Iroquois Great Law of Peace (Wikipedia)

Great Law of Peace

Dekanawida and the Great Peace

Sacagawea Coloring Page

Sacagawea one dollar coin reverseside for 2009. Representing US agriculture.
Sacagawea one dollar coin reverseside for 2009. Representing US agriculture. | Source

The Sacagawea dollar reverse for 2009 representing agriculture

Sacagawea Golden Dollar Collection

Sacagawea Frontside of Coin Line Drawing

2002 Sacagawea Golden Coin Coloring Page
2002 Sacagawea Golden Coin Coloring Page | Source

Best Native American Chief and Horse Coloring Page

Native American Chief and Horse coin coloring page
Native American Chief and Horse coin coloring page | Source

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Trade Routes in the 17th Century

E Pluribus Unum

Bald Eagle Coin Coloring Page
Bald Eagle Coin Coloring Page | Source

In God We Trust

Even though E Pluribus Unum is not the nation's motto of the United States for the Great Seal today, it is still used on commemorative US Mint coins. However, it was the honored national motto on coins from 1782 to 1956. Thereafter, the national motto was changed to In God We Trust, by an Act of Congress.


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About the author on HubPages Arts and Designs

I love Native American (NA) designs to color, they speak to my DNA, I guess. For I am interested in ancient NA traditions and designs. I chose to live in a 20 feet in diameter Sioux style lodge for the better part of a year. Yep, it had a fire pit inside right in the middle of the tipi. I loved it!

I would love to have a Native American Coins Collection of each design in silver coins, and in gold coins. I suppose I could buy that very coin collection from the U.S. Mint. It would make a wonderful generational gift for my children or grandchildren. It would be worth a small fortune some day.


Thank you for coming to see my fun free Native American coloring activities for kids and adults on HubPages.

Hope you enjoyed visiting and viewing the designs.

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      Susie Lehto 

      4 months ago from Minnesota

      Nice to see you, Shyron. I'm glad to hear that you like to color too, it really is relaxing to do. And, great fun to have kids. - God bless!

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      Shyron E Shenko 

      4 months ago from Texas

      Susie, I love to draw and color. I can get lost in art of any kind, your hub inspires me to draw something, I also have coloring books of herbs that I can color.

      Blessings my friend

    • colorfulone profile imageAUTHOR

      Susie Lehto 

      4 months ago from Minnesota

      Rachael, Mary and Peggy...thank you for coming by my 25th published hub. This has been a fun one to work on for me. Hope you three ladies are enjoying life each and everyday.

      I'll be stopping by to visit...

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      Peggy Woods 

      4 months ago from Houston, Texas

      Coloring pages or images can be very therapeutic. I enjoyed seeing these collection of coins with Native American designs.

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      Mary Norton 

      4 months ago from Ontario, Canada

      Hi Susie. We don't have kids in the family but we have new ones in the neighbourhood so this is something absorbing for them to get into.

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      Rachael Lefler 

      4 months ago from Illinois

      This is a really neat Hub! I loved when Sacajawea coins came out. She's an inspirational woman for me. It's important for girls to have heroines to look up to like her.

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