This site contains bibliographies on both United States and British banking, as well as research I have performed on British government finance of the 19th century. It also contains some references to medieval and Renaissance banking. For the last seven years I have been a student of 19th C British history, working with Dr. Denis Paz, who is my advisor, Dr. Laura Stern, and also with Dr. Neilish Bose in Indian finance, and Dr. David Molina who is my economics instructor. In these years I have amassed a library of references to various types and periods of banking. Currently, I am editing three nineteenth-century books on banking, and will add those links to my web-site eventually.
Anyone looking at possibilities of studying 19th century British money problems in conjunction with social or literary history may benefit from my website, and I would love to talk to anyone studying the period who thinks honest and dishonest bankers, blind chancellors of the Exchequer, and incompetent government officials would lend spice to their studies.
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