Harriet Tubman is the next face of the $20 bill; $5 and $10 bills will also change Harriet Tubman will replace President Andrew Jackson as the face of the $20 bill, and Jackson will be moved to the back of the bill alongside an image of the White House, Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew said Wednesday. Alexander Hamilton, the nation’s first Treasury secretary, will remain on the front of the $10 bill, but the back of that bill, which currently bears an image of the Treasury building, will feature leaders of the suffrage movement. should be featured alone on the bill, rather than sharing space with a man. Some said the $20 bill should be changed instead, as its ubiquity in ATMs gives it a much higher profile than the $10. Some objected to the plan because of the historical figures involved: Hamilton played key roles in founding the nation and establishing the Treasury, whereas Jackson was a slave owner whose policies led to the deaths of countless Native Americans, and he opposed having a U.S. central bank. And Hamilton’s popularity has grown in the past year with the success of “Hamilton,” the blockbuster Broadway musical chronicling his life. An organization called Women on 20s conducted an online poll last year, saying a woman should appear on the $20 bill in Jackson’s stead and asking which one. Tubman, an abolitionist and key figure in the Underground Railroad, came in first, followed by First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, civil rights hero Rosa Parks and Cherokee Nation Chief Wilma Mankiller. This article will be updated. Times staff writers Lauren Raab and Jim Puzzanghera contributed to this report.