A Classification of American Wealth
History and genealogy of the wealthy families of America - Sponsors

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  Robert Morris turning around the US public finances and creating 
  the Bank of North America 

But Robert Morris was one of those financial geniuses of whom each period in history seems to have only few. Men like Jakob Fugger in 17th century Germany, Mayer Amschel Rothschild in Europe and John Pierpont Morgan during the Gilded Age in America. Of the key measures that enabled Morris to turn around the US public finances in 1781, were the acceptance of


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