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Money and Currency Resources

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A Comparative Chronology of Money

This site traces, with brief explanations, the history of money and finance from 9000 B.C. to 2002 A.D. The timeline is broken into segments for easier access.

The British Museum: Explore Money

A fun and interesting site about money, geared for younger readers. Addresses the history of money, how it is made, society's relationship to money, studying money, and more.

Money Facts

A site about the money in circulation in the United States. There are production statistics for bills dating back to 1980, an article about how currency gets into circulation, historic and legal facts, information for collectors, symbolism, images of current currency from the one dollar up to the ten thousand dollar note.

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