By A. B. McCullough
Of distinctive curiosity to coin and invoice creditors, in addition to heritage buffs and scholars, is that this transparent, concise and fascinating rationalization of a few of the cash and currencies utilized in Canada among 1600 and 1900. protecting the French, British, and Canadian classes of our heritage, the wide variety of currencies used is defined: livres, kilos, cards, louis d’ors, eagles, shillings and funds between others.
Divided into geographical sections, every one sector of Canada, from Newfoundland to the West, the ever-changing stipulations of cash and trade is roofed intimately. The concluding bankruptcy brings jointly each one of those threads and weaves a unified photograph of the early Canadian financial method. Aided by means of a beneficiant choice of illustrations, figures and tables, A.B. McCullough has written a entire advisor to our financial heritage that's either necessary and interesting.