Born in Abington, Massachusetts. Received A. B. from Harvard in 1851. Married Julia Ruggles Copeland. They had three sons and a daughter. He studied law at Harvard and was admitted to the bar in 1858. Editor and part owner of the Boston Daily Advertiser 1859 to 1869. Department head for political economy at Harvard for 30 years 1871 to 1900.
Author of Laws of the United States Relating to Currency, Finance and Banking From 1789 to 1891 in 1891.
He died in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
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The Theory and History of Banking, Fourth Edition
The Theory and History of Banking, Fourth Edition by Charles F. Dunbar. This is an in-copyright publication. "Snippet" results will appear in the Newman Portal search results.