Yes! Native American tribes issue their own coinage too! At least the Sovereign Nation of the Shawnee Tribe in Oklahoma has been doing it since 2002, adding their weight of silver and gold to the market of world coins. This particular uncirculated coin has a face value of one dollar and bears the image of Lewis, Clark, and George Drouillard upon their explorations of the great American continent. Drouillard, the son of a French Canadian father and a Shawnee mother, played an integral role in the Corps of Discovery as interpreter, scout, and, in Lewis’ words, the best hunter of the group. The coin’s reverse side contains 12 stars representing the original 12 tribes of the Shawnee Indian Nation. If you are a collector of world coins, have an interest in unique American commemoratives, or possess a pride in the resurgence of Native American tribes then this beautiful matte finish silver Crown with its certificate of authenticity should be in your possession.