1 edition of The history of national banking in Southern Illinois, 1863-1935 found in the catalog.
The history of national banking in Southern Illinois, 1863-1935
Wm. Kent Fulkerson
|Other titles||National banking in Southern Illinois|
|Statement||by Wm. Kent "Pete" Fulkerson|
|LC Classifications||HG2611.I3 F85 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||626 p. :|
|Number of Pages||626|
|LC Control Number||2011286487|
The First National Bank of Cobden Cobden, Illinois: Belleville Bank & Trust Company Belleville, Illinois 1: 01/26/ Assumption: 2,,(D) The First National Bank of Belleville Belleville, Illinois: The City National Bank of Harrisburg Harrisburg, Illinois 1: 04/09/ Assumption: 2,,(D) The Harrisburg National Bank. The First National Bank Of Rushville. The First National Bank Of Rushville in Illinois printed $, dollars worth of national currency. That is a pretty standard output. However, some types of currency from this bank could still be rare. This national bank opened in and stopped printing money in , which equals a 20 year printing.
Find out what's on in Illinois and Chicago with your guide to events, festivals, markets, music, theater, sport and more. Find out how to get to Illinois by plane, train, bus and driving. Getting around Chicago and Illinois is easy with our guide to ways to travel around the state. Step back in time to the golden age of train travel and settle. "Records tell us that the Cloud State Bank was designed by its owner, Chalon G. Cloud, who started his banking business in and completed his new building in A contemporary descrip tion refers to it as handsome and elegant as any building in Southern Illinois. In , it became the People's National Bank which nowFile Size: KB.
Illinois National Currency Bank Note Information: Illinois had national currency issuing charters in towns. There are Illinois national bank notes known, ranking it the 49th most common state. There are 55 charters where bank notes are unknown. First National Bank of Chicago In , a group of Chicago investors led by Edmund Aiken pooled $, to establish a new bank under the guidelines established by new federal banking legislation. By , First National ranked as the city's largest bank; it (and its descendants) would continue to be either Chicago's biggest or second biggest.
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"Fulkerson just wrote a new book, The History of National Banking in Southern Illinois - towhich includes text and photographs pertaining to the early money and banks.
He said he didn't write his historical book on banking to make money, but, rather, for his love of bank history. Fulkerson said he hopes to break even on the book. The History of the First National Bank of Chicago: Preceded by Some Account of Early Banking in the United States, Especially in the West and at Chicago.
Born in an Illinois log cabin inJohn W. Allen grew up in Hamilton and Saline counties. After graduating from the eighth grade at Hardscrabble School, Allen served as a teacher and an administrator in southern Illinois public schools for twenty-seven years, and as the historical director of the University Museum at Southern Illinois University for sixteen years.5/5(1).
Kent Fulkerson has written: 'The history of national banking in Southern Illinois, ' -- subject(s): Paper money, History, Banks and banking, Bank notes Asked in Banking. US Banking History, Civil War to World War II. Richard S. Grossman, Wesleyan University The National Banking Era Begins, The National Banking Acts of and The National Banking era was ushered in by the passage of the National Currency (later renamed the National Banking) Acts of and NATIONAL BANK ACT OF The National Bank Act of was designed to create a national banking system, float federal war loans, and establish a national currency.
Congress passed the act to help resolve the financial crisis that emerged during the early days of the American Civil War ( – ). The national financial panic of added to the states problems before the prosperity of the s relieved this situation. Railroads, such as the Illinois Central Railroad, were built to allow the state's agricultural products to be shipped to market.
Sometime in the s, Southern Illinois became known as Egypt or Little Egypt. The most. Gallatin County, Illinois, Slave & Emancipation Records,are all that's left of the second volume of slave records in Gallatin County. Though the first of three original volumes remain in the courthouse, the second volume () and the third volume () disappeared sometime after the flood.
Charles Gates Dawes () of Evanston becomes Vice President with President Calvin Coolidge (); receives the Nobel Peace Prize for the "Dawes Plan" to restore the German economy after World War I. The worst tornado in United States history devastates parts of Illinois, Missouri, and Indiana; deaths.
Southern Illinois' source for local news, business, prep sports, SIU Salukis, jobs, real estate and local advertising. Carbondale, Marion and surrounding areas. Southern Illinois (also known as "Little Egypt") is the southern third of the state of southern part of Illinois has a unique cultural and regional history.
Part of downstate Illinois, the Southern Illinois region is bordered by the two most voluminous rivers in the United States: the Mississippi River and its connecting Missouri River to the west, and the Ohio River to the Country: United States. A history of southern Illinois: a narrative account of its historical progress, its people, and its principal interests by Smith, George Washington, Pages: Collector's Edition The History of National Banking in Southern Illinois: The National Currency Era One of only 50 copies of the Collector's Edition The History of National Banking in Southern Illinois: The National Currency Era was presented to Carmi Public Librarian Elaine Foster by author Pete Fulkerson and his son, KaCee, on.
INB, formerly Illinois National Bank, has grown since opening in See the history of our branches and historic headquarters in stories, videos, and pictures. Bank, McLeansboro, Illinois, [Raley, J. Michael] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The early history of the Peoples National Bank, McLeansboro, Illinois: Interrelationships between the first and second Hamilton County BanksAuthor: J. Michael Raley. With the passage of the National Bank Act (), Chicago added five new nationally chartered institutions, all developed out of existing private banking houses.
Illinois encouraged large “unit” banks as epitomized by the Central Trust Company of Illinois, which opened in Chicago in as a “big bank for small people.”Location: Banking, Commercial.
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A national bank note is a type of currency issued by private banks in the United States. The national bank “era” lasted from until O different banks issued money. Some of the bank notes are ultra-rare and others are extremely common. The value of any paper money is based on when it was issued and how many are known to.
History of the Regulation of Banks and Trust Companies in Illinois The supervision of state banks remained with the Banking Division of the Auditor of Public Accounts until January 1,following a vote of the people at a referendum held on November 4, following is a listing of the chief banking regulators and the departments.
INB, N.A., formerly Illinois National Bank, is a locally owned, privately held national bank based in Springfield, Illinois. It operates 13 branches and a remittance processing center in central Illinois, as well as a loan production office in Chesterfield, arters: Springfield, Illinois, USA.
The National Bank Of Illinois Of Chicago also printed 1, sheets of $10 series of national bank notes. Any time you see a print range between 1, and 2, you can assume that the bank was small and that their notes could be fairly scarce.For more information call a customer service representative at or go the ID TheftSmart™ quick link on the left.
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