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This is a study of the first attempts in the United States to protect bank creditors through the use of the insurance principle. The study includes a description of the purpose of bank obligation insurance, as viewed by the men who first considered this plan in 1829; an account of the origins of modern bank examination procedures and their relationship to insurance; a summary of lessons learned by the early insurance plans; and specific studies for New York, Vermont, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, and Iowa.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Golembe, Carter and Warburton, Clark, ([year]), Insurance of Bank Obligations in Six States during the Period 1829-1866, [issue title/date], accessed Aug 22, 2014 from FRASER, http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/docs/publications/books/insbankob_fdic_1958.pdf
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Meltzer, A History of the Federal Reserve Volume 1, 1913-1951
Golembe, Carter, 1960, Deposit insurance legislation of 1933, from Meltzer, A History of the Federal Reserve Volume 1, 1913-1951, accessed Aug 22, 2014 from FRASER, http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/meltzer/record.php?id=4272