Booklet: Federal Reserve System, The First 100 Years
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- "Myths, Tall Tales, and Urban Legends: Facts Behind the Fed," a classroom lesson on the founding and operations of the Federal Reserve, for grades 9-12.
- The Federal Reserve Purposes and Functions series of books, which explain how the Fed works. This series has all volumes, 1939-present.
- FRASER's Federal Reserve theme, which includes timelines of major events linked to primary source documents
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