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Bank of North America, 1781. Source: Free Library of Philadelphia

Profile America: Bank of North America, 1781

Monday, January 7th. During the Revolutionary War, the rebelling colonies and the Continental Congress were anything but too big to fail. To the contrary, finances were very spotty and precarious. To help put affairs in order and make credit available, […]

Profile America: First Bank

Profile America: First Bank

Sunday, January 7th. During the Revolutionary War, the rebelling colonies and the Continental Congress were anything but too big to fail. To the contrary, finances were very spotty and precarious. To help put affairs in order and make credit available, […]

by · January 7, 2018 · History, Profile America

Profile America: First U.S. Bank

On this date in 1782, just a week after being chartered by Congress, the Bank of North America opened.

by · January 7, 2017 · Profile America

Profile America: First Federal Loan

This week in 1789, Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton negotiated a loan of nearly $192,000 from the Bank ofNew York and the Bank of North America.

by · September 17, 2016 · Profile America
Profile America: First U.S. Bank

Profile America: First U.S. Bank

FIRST U.S. BANK During the Revolutionary War, the rebelling colonies and the Continental Congress were anything but too big to fail. To the contrary, finances were very spotty and precarious. To help put affairs in order and make credit available, […]

by · January 7, 2016 · Profile America