Congress tried to reform the currency by removing the old bills from ..... color and
started a tradition of the United States' printing the back of its money in green.
Sep 3, 2014 ... In 1861, as a means of financing the American Civil War, the federal government
began issuing paper money for the first time since the Conti...
Jan 4, 2002 ... The green ink that has been used since 1862 to print U.S. banknotes was
invented in 1857 by Thomas Sterry Hunt while he was a professor at ...
Green is a very common color for money. While we are unsure why it was picked
originally, we do know why it was kept. Dollar bills used to be much larger, but ...
Why is the dollar green? In the 1800's, new photography technology was being
used to make illegal copies of the dollar. As a result, the treasury department ...
Mar 14, 2014 ... US Currency Has A Rich History Full Of $100000 Bills And Former Presidents.
Read On To Find Out More About The History of US Currency.
The choice of green for U.S. currency dates back to the 19th century, among
other things as a means to help foil counterfeiters using the then-new.
Jan 14, 2011 ... Even the U.S. Treasury Department's Bureau of Engraving and Printing admits it
doesn't quite know why U.S. paper money is green. However ...
Money is green because it metaphorically runs the world – just like one of the
most important things in the world - trees. Trees are the source of the air we ...
Dec 31, 2010 ... A Concise History of the Rise and Fall of the Enviro Establishment.