Image: “Commercial and Agricultural Bank of Texas $1.00 (one dollar)” – Southern Methodist University, Central University Libraries, DeGolyer Library
U.S. culture is unfortunately tainted with corruption and conspiracies and it is known that if you want to get to the truth of a matter you should “follow the money”. This proved to be true, in a sense, when I went looking for the truth about who the real native Americans were.
In the 1800s, U.S. private banks printed their own paper currency often featuring images of native Americans. The Bank of Texas note, pictured above, clearly depicts the native as copper-colored and not the likeness of those mostly seen on reservations today. The article in the link below features other bank notes depicting images of copper-colored natives as well.
Surviving Images, Forgotten Peoples – americanhistory.si.edu
If you have been keeping up with my blogs and are copper-colored, but not certain your ancestors derived from a country in Africa, you should…
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