Indigo, tulips, beaver, and Brazilwood.
Articles on accounting, money, taxation, and other aspects of economics in antiquity.
Article discussing the historical value of tulip bulbs.
Source of stock market data from North American stock exchanges of the nineteenth century.
Chronologies prepared by Barclays Bank Economics Department covering national (UK) and international events of significance to the economy from the last quarter of 1997 through to the present. There are also pages providing the key facts from the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s.
Studying the classics and great books in the context of the history of business.
The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco's online exhibit of historical US currency, with contextual information on the related status of the money system, banking, and the economy.
Full text of the Charter of the Dutch West India Company, 1621.
Money in its social, political, and economic context from the dawn of history to the end of the 20th century.
Specializing in information about the paper moneyof the American colonies.