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money of the United States.

Its character and legal status from 1793 to 1893 and its volume from 1873 to 1893.
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Money -- United States -- Hi
StatementBy Maurice L. Muhleman.
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LC ClassificationsHG501 .M8
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Pagination72 p. incl. tables.
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Open LibraryOL16315458M
LC Control Number06012461

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