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More recently, Calomiris (1988a, 1988b, 1992) makes reference to the 1861 Notes, but only as a part of his discussion of Greenbacks. Second, the paradox of issuing largely seigniorage-free paper money to help finance a war has not been well recognized and, hence, largely unexplained.
The fact is that although larger greenbacks, Colorado River cutts, rainbow trout, cutthroat hybrids, brown trout, and brook trout are occasionally caught in the park, most of them are small.
Inflation during the Greenback Era was controlled, in part, by congressional limits on the number of greenbacks in circulation and by the understanding that the currency would be made fully convertible to gold when the government could make the exchange.
Net benefits accruing to any firm because it posts prices in greenbacks increase as the percentage of all firms posting prices in greenbacks increases - and similarly for posting prices in gold.
In the intaglio process long used for Uncle Sam's greenbacks, hand-crafted plates that press ink onto paper give each note a distinctive embossed texture.
Bedworth could still have won it as Levi Rowley broke clear in stoppage time but steered wide as the Greenbacks had to be content with their first point of the season.
But the 36-year-old says he could play to bolster the strikeforce after the Greenbacks failed to score in four successive matches.
It took a sharp Springthorpe stop to deny Daniel Creaney as Luke and Iyseden Christie combined neatly and the Greenbacks were convinced they should have had a penalty when Andy Fitgerald sent Christie sprawling early in the second half.
The Greenbacks had to do it the hard way after going behind to Phil Draycott's goal midway through the first half.
But the closest the Greenbacks came to scoring was a late Blenkinsopp penalty, saved by the Carlton keeper.
Wesley was just inches away from an equaliser when his late effort hit the upright but it wasn't to be and the Greenbacks are now facing up to a relegation scrap.
Farmer explained that Tullin has decided to part company with the Greenbacks due to family and work commitments.