You will soon be seeing a new face on your paper money.
Harriet Tubman will replace Andrew Jackson on the front of the $20 bill, a Treasury Department spokesman said today.
The redesign follows an initiative to redesign the $10 bill, which will keep Alexander Hamilton on the front, but have new images of the leaders of the suffrage movement on the back, Secretary of the Treasury Jacob Lew announced today.
Although the decision to keep Hamilton on the $10 bill was made prior to the Broadway smash hit "Hamilton, the Musical," Lew told ABC News today that he thinks the show is "very complementary to what we are doing" with the redesign project.
"It has brought history back into common conversation," Lew said.
He also met with "Hamilton's" creator, Lin-Manuel Miranda, during the cast's visit to D.C.
Following the announcement, Miranda took to Twitter to express his excitement over the coming changes.
1) I'm just reading the @USTreasury news now.— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) April 20, 2016
Thrilled about all of it.
2) Thrilled particularly about MARIAN ANDERSON on the $5.— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) April 20, 2016
A GREAT ARTIST ON OUR MONEY. A SINGER. One of US.#WhoTellsYourStory
Moreover, the response to the decision to replace the face of the former president with the iconic abolitionist has been predominantly positive. These are some notable reactions to the new "Tubman 20."
A woman, a leader, and a freedom fighter. I can't think of a better choice for the $20 bill than Harriet Tubman: https://t.co/YcsZC4ZrKg -H— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) April 20, 2016
I cannot think of an American hero more deserving of this honor than Harriet Tubman. https://t.co/GL64NPrOL1— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) April 20, 2016
With Harriet Tubman & Suffragettes on $, we give our young girls an everyday reminder of their power to transform our history. #WomenSucceed— Nancy Pelosi (@NancyPelosi) April 20, 2016
I'm gonna pay everything I ever owe in 20$s from now on! Mortgage, student loans, dinner, taxes...ALL OF IT!! #HarrietTubman— Audra McDonald (@AudraEqualityMc) April 20, 2016
I'm gonna need my pockets full of Tubmans!— Steve Harvey (@IAmSteveHarvey) April 20, 2016
Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill. Well done, National Treasury. Well, well done. #tubman20— Uzo Aduba (@UzoAduba) April 20, 2016
howwwwww mad is andrew jackson right now— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) April 20, 2016
"And I prayed to God to make me strong. And able to fight. And that's what I've always prayed for ever since." #HarrietTubman 1865— Ava DuVernay (@AVAETC) April 20, 2016
The announcement also sparked the public's curiosity about the famed abolitionist who helped rescue slaves. According to Google, searches for "Harriet Tubman," who died in 1913, spiked 4,250 percent in the four hours following the announcement.
ABC News’ Stephanie Ebbs contributed to this report.