The Mount Rushmore is well known for the Mount Rushmore Memorial. The mountain in the Black Hills were sacred to the Sioux and other tribes and originally known as "The six Grandfathers". The mountain was renamed after Charles E. Rushmore, a prominent New York lawyer. The memorial, showing sculptures of the heads of four United States presidents: George Washington (1732–1799), Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826), Theodore Roosevelt (1858–1919) and Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865) was constructed between 1927 and 1941.
From the Indian perspective, the construction of the Mount Rushmore Memorial at this sacred place, which is also called the “Shrine of Democracy", was a symbol of the dominant culture’s arrogance, racism and spiritual insensitivity.
USA 1952, Mount Rushmore Memorial.
USA 1974, Mount Rushmore Memorial.
USA 1991, Mount Rushmore Memorial.
USA 2002, Greetings from South Dakota.
Mount Rushmore Memorial in Keystone & Buffalo in Badlands National Park.
The stamp was issued in the series "Greetings".
USA 2008, Mount Rushmore Memorial.
Liberia 2018, Mount Rushmore Memorial.
The stamp was issued in the series "Theodore Roosevelt — 100 Years in Memoriam".
The following postage stamps, showing the Mount Rushmore Memorial are also existing:
Sharjah, 27th July 1972
Equatorial Guinea, 4th July 1975
South Korea, 8th May 1976
Bangladesh, 29th May 1976
Niue, 22th May 1986
St. Vincent, 17th November 1989
Guyana, 27th January 2003
Gambia, 12th June 2008
Guinea, 17th November 2008
Guinea, 30th December 2009
Liberia, 25th June 2010
Grenada. 11th April 2011
Guinea, 1st March 2011