History of Central Banking
This edition of the Classroom Economist explores the early history of central banking in the United States, describing the evolution of banking from the late 1700s through the Great Depression, with a special focus on the Fed's role in the Depression.
- Lesson procedures
- SMART Board file to accompany lesson procedures
- Narrated presentation
- Test Your Knowledge interactive
- Resources guide
- Lesson: "The Great Depression: Could it Happen Again?" (St. Louis Fed)