The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) is a bureau of the United States Department of the Treasury. Annually since its establishment in 1863, the OCC has reported to Congress and the public the status of the national banks chartered, regulated, and supervised.
The Department of the Treasury was established in 1789. These annual reports also contain the reports of the many departments of the Treasury, including the Bureau of the Mint, Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Bureau of Customs, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Secret Service, and the Internal Revenue Service.
Statistical Appendices for the years 1968-1980 are included.
Most of the reports for the years 1790-1844 were bound together into four volumes with combined indexes at the end of each volume. The index for the volume and table of contents listing the reports contained in that volume are included in the pdfs for the applicable years. Additionally, reports for the years 1789, 1792-1794, and 1796-1800 were downloaded from the American State Papers, digitized by the Library of Congress.
In the report for 1842, there is a notation that an act to establish a fiscal year for the United States was approved on August 26, 1842.
- Annual Reports
- Data and Statistical Publications
- Data Publications
- Government Debt
- Government Securities Market
In honor of our data mapping site, GEOFRED (http://geofred.stlouisfed.org), we have posted a very old data mapping product. Featuring thematic maps, the Statistical Atlas was a landmark publication of the federal government. It displays census information about the United States using choropleth mapping (thematic mapping), a technique common with modern GIS systems. The maps highlight the condition of the country immediately following the Civil War.
This file was originally downloaded from the Library of Congress as JPG2000 and converted into a compressed pdf, for ease of use.
For a historical account of the first national atlas of the United States, please see Donald Dahman's description at the Library of Congress' American Memory website.