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    Men, Money & Policy 1970

    Men, Money & Policy

    Men, Money & Policy by the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, edited by David P. Eastburn. Newman Numismatic Portal acknowledges the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia for granting access to this document.

    Benjamin Franklin And The Birth of a Paper Money Economy 3/30/2006

    Benjamin Franklin And The Birth of a Paper Money Economy

    This essay is based on a lecture given by Professor Farley Grubb on March 30, 2006, at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. The Reserve Bank and The Library Company of Philadelphia co-sponsored this lecture as one of many events held in the city of Philadelphia to mark the 300th birthday of Benjamin Franklin. Newman Numismatic Portal acknowledges the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia for granting access to this document.



    The First Bank Of The United States 2009

    The First Bank Of The United States

    Brief essay on central banking and the First Bank of the United States. Newman Numismatic Portal acknowledges the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia for granting access to this document.



    The Second Bank of the United States 2010

    The Second Bank of the United States

    Capsule history of the Second Bank of the United States (1816-1836). Newman Numismatic Portal acknowledges the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia for granting access to this document.


    Federal Reserve System: The First 100 Years 2014

    Federal Reserve System: The First 100 Years

    Overview of the federal reserve banking system, from its creation in 1913 to the present day. Newman Numismatic Portal acknowledges the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia for granting access to this document.

    The State and National Banking Eras 2016

    The State and National Banking Eras

    Brief economic history starting with the closure of the Second Bank of the United States in 1836 and the succeeding era during which no central bank existed. Newman Numismatic Portal acknowledges the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia for granting access to this document.


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