[Rushtalk] Books about money, legal tender, and banking now online

Tom Matiska tom.matiska at att.net
Mon Nov 3 07:51:22 MST 2014


1867 to 1910...?   And to think I've given you grief over being a few months late with many posts....   I understand now...Tom
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Carl Spitzer <cwsiv at keepandbeararms.com> wrote:

>-------- Forwarded Message --------
>From: Jon Roland jon.roland at constitution.org [JBIRCH]
><JBIRCH at yahoogroups.com>
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>We have just added the following treatises (and one statute collection)
>on our site. The last is two books in one file.
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>      * PDF Version Money and Civilization, Alexander del Mar, 1867.
>        Early classic treatise.
>      * PDF Version History of Monetary Systems, Alexander del Mar,
>        1895. Early classic treatise.
>      * PDF Version History of Money in America, Alexander del Mar,
>        1899. Early classic treatise.
>      * PDF Version Natural Law of Money, William Brough, 1896. Early
>        classic treatise.
>      * PDF Version Gold and Silver Coinage under the Constitution, U.S.
>        Statutes, 1789-1896.
>      * PDF Version Legal Tender: A Study in English and American
>        Monetary History, S.P. Breckinridge, 1903.
>      * PDF Version The First and Second Banks of the United States,
>        John Thom Holdsworth, Davis Dewey, 1910.
>      * PDF Version State Banking Before the Civil War, Davis Dewey; The
>        Safety Fund Banking System in New York: 1829-1866, Robert
>        Paddock, 1910.
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>We have begun a new, experimental ad placement system. Your comments are
>welcome.
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>-- Jon
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