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Part of  a small U.S. flag that was given revelers  at America’s 1876 centennial celebration, in Philadelphia.  (From the Nippers’ collection.)

 

In E-Sylum, An electronic publication of the Numismatic Bibliomania Society.  (E-Sylum is a VERY valuable resource for anyone with an interest in numismatics and numismatic literarture):

         By Tom Kays:  
                      http://www.coinbooks.org/esylum_v11n41a05.html

         By Wayne Homren, Editor of E-Sylum: 
                      http://www.coinbooks.org/esylum_v11n42a04.html

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In print...

By Jeff Starck in Coin World (Vol. 49, issue 2538, December 1, 2008, p.74,) under "New Books."   Coin World is a very popular and informative weekly magazine published by Amos Press. (www.coinworld.com)

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By Ryanne Scott in The Numismatist (Vol. 122, issue 1, January, 2009, pp.81-82,) under "Bookmarks."   The Numismatist is the monthly magazine published for collectors of coins, medals, tokens and paper money, by The American Numismatic Association (ANA).(www.money.org)

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Favorite Links...

The American Numismatic Society (ANS).  Founded in 1858, the highly respected ANS is dedicated to furthering the study and appreciation of numismatics.

www.numismatics.org


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Colonial Coins and Currency at the University of Notre Dame.  Dr. Louis Jordan maintains this comprehensive and informative site as part of the Robert H. Gore endowment:

http://www.coins.nd.edu/title.html

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The Historic Arkansas Museum is adjacent to the restored territorial capital of Arkansas (1819 to 1836.)  That European settlement in Arkansas dates to 1686 is a reminder that early American history is more than just the story of thirteen colonies:

http://www.historicarkansas.org/

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The Website of the Colonial Coin Collectors Club (C4:)

http://www.colonialcoins.org/

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The club Website of Early American Coppers (EAC:)

http://www.eacs.org/

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The Website of the American Numismatic Society.  Be sure to see the link for The Colonial Newsletter.

http://www.numismatics.org/

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The President William Jefferson Clinton Library Website:

http://www.clintonpresidentialcenter.org/

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The Colonial Williamsburg Website:

http://www.colonialwilliamsburg.com/

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Tad Lynch is a talented Arkansas craftsman who makes hand-crafted reproductions of classic early American knives like the one made famous by Jim Bowie.

(Site under construction.)  

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Coin-oriented site maintained by Collectors Universe, Inc.  Great photographs and info:

http://www.coinfacts.com/colonial_coins/colonial_coins.html

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