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ISBN:
0919670865
Author:
A. B. McCullough
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Americas
Language:
English
Publisher:
Dundurn Pr Ltd; 1st Edition edition (December 1, 1984)
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323 pages
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McCullough, A. B. (Alan Bruce), 1945 –. Money and exchange in Canada to 1900

McCullough, A. Money and exchange in Canada to 1900. Published in collaboration with Parks Canada.

McCullough has been an historian for Parks Canada since 1973, and is the author of three of their publications. His articles have appeared in the Canadian Numismatic Journal and in Archivaria

McCullough has been an historian for Parks Canada since 1973, and is the author of three of their publications. His articles have appeared in the Canadian Numismatic Journal and in Archivaria. Antiques & Collectibles, Coins, Currency & Medals. Antiques & Collectibles, Reference. History, Canada, Pre-Confederation (to 1867).

Divided into geographical sections, each area of Canada, from Newfoundland to the West, the ever-changing conditions of money and exchange is. .Aided by a generous selection of illustrations, figures and tables, .

Divided into geographical sections, each area of Canada, from Newfoundland to the West, the ever-changing conditions of money and exchange is covered in detail. The concluding chapter brings together each of these threads and weaves a unified picture of the early Canadian monetary system. McCullough has written a comprehensive guide to our monetary history that is both useful and interesting.

Of special interest to coin and bill collectors, as well as history buffs and students, is this clear, concise and intriguing explanation of the various coins and currencies used in Canada between 1600 and 1900

Of special interest to coin and bill collectors, as well as history buffs and students, is this clear, concise and intriguing explanation of the various coins and currencies used in Canada between 1600 and 1900. Covering the French, British, and Canadian periods of our history, the wide range of currencies used is explained: livres, pounds, playing cards, louis d'ors, eagles, shillings and dollars among others.

by McCullough (Author), A B McCullough (Author). My interest is in colonial Canada and finances that were integral to its colonial era. This book is a great reference for understanding the monetary problems and their eventual solutions to Canada becoming a nation. I personally enjoyed this book by .

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Common Pitfalls of Money Exchange. Wherever you go to exchange your money, take the time to shop around. Read the posted exchange rates carefully, and ask for the net rate after commissions

Common Pitfalls of Money Exchange. Read the posted exchange rates carefully, and ask for the net rate after commissions. Some fees are per transaction, others on a percentage basis. Another way that you can get misled into thinking you have found a great rate is that the posted rate may be conditional, such as that posted rate is for traveler’s checks or very large quantities of money (in thousands). You usually will not run into this problem at reputable banks or government-run post offices.

Redish, Angela, 1985. By Alan B. McCullough. Toronto: Dundurn Press Lt. 1984. If you are a registered author of this item, you may also want to check the "citations" tab in your RePEc Author Service profile, as there may be some citations waiting for confirmation.

Edmonton: Hurtig Publishers. Toronto and Charlottetown: Dundurn Press, 1985). McLachlan, R. W. 1911. The Canadian Card Money. A History of the Canadian Dollar.

Of special interest to coin and bill collecters, as well as history buffs and students, is this clear, concise and intriguing explanation of the various coins and currencies used in Canada between 1600 and 1900. Covering the French, British, and Canadian periods of our history, the wide range of currencies used is explained: livres, pounds, playing cards, louis d'ors, eagles, shillings and dollars among others.

Divided into geographical sections, each area of Canada from Newfoundland to the West is covered in detail tos how the ever-changing conditions of money and exchange. The concluding chapter brings together each of these threads and weaves a unified picture of the early Canadian monetary system. Aided by a generous selection of illustrations, figures and tables, A.B. McCullough has written a comprehensive guide to our monetary history that is both useful and interesting.