Welcome guest, is this your first visit?
Member
Discoveries
 
Page 1 of 15 12311 ... LastLast
Results 1 to 15 of 219
Like Tree279Likes

Thread: THIS IS HOW THE K.G.C. AND O.A.K. USED THE U.S. GOVERNMENT

« Prev Thread | Next Thread »
  1. #1
    us
    Sep 2012
    Nebraska City, Nebraska
    3,665
    4090 times
    K.G.C. Cache

    THIS IS HOW THE K.G.C. AND O.A.K. USED THE U.S. GOVERNMENT

    La Abra Silver Mining Co. v. United States - 175 U.S. 423 (1899)

    Look at the records of this company, and the names of the owners, and then look at all of the litigation over the matter. Finally look at the fact that the litigation over the matter was a K.G.C./ O.A.K. scheme from it's very beginning in 1865. Pay close attention throughout the years to what administrations the funds from Mexico were paid (under a fraudulent K.G.C. claim using the United States to strong arm the Mexicans out of their money). It is because of this famous case that the U.S. law was changed and does not protect U.S. citizens engaged in private business with a foreign country.

    S.F. Nuckolls
    H.P. Benet http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hiram_Pitt_Bennet "For those Colorado K.G.C. / O.A.K. hunters."

    For those that may be interested in more information about S.F. Nuckolls and H.P. Benet :http://www.amazon.com/The-Ones-That-.../dp/1499593694

    L.C. Baker
    Last edited by L.C. BAKER; Jun 30, 2014 at 03:05 PM.

  2. #2
    us
    Aug 2009
    495
    129 times
    L.C. you have got a lot of fire under that wash pot buddy. she's at the point of boiling now. got some red devil lye to throw in?

  3. #3
    us
    Sep 2012
    Nebraska City, Nebraska
    3,665
    4090 times
    K.G.C. Cache
    Quote Originally Posted by 10claw View Post
    L.C. you have got a lot of fire under that wash pot buddy. she's at the point of boiling now. got some red devil lye to throw in?
    Ok, I might as well go for broke 10claw. These guys were sneaky about getting what they wanted to pass. There are several aspects to the La Abra Silver Mining Company scheme that would come to light. This is the thing I found to be most surprising.


    The authority of the President to approve bills during a recess of the Congress, but within the time fixed by the Constitution, has been sustained by this Court. La Abra Silver Mining Co. v. United States, 175 U.S. 423. It appeared in that case that on December 22, 1892, two days after presentation of the bill to the President, the Congress had taken a recess until January 4, 1893. The bill was signed by the President on December 28, 1892. The Court expressly reserved the question, as one not before the court, whether the President could approve a bill "after the final adjournment of Congress for the session." But the reasoning of the opinion applies with as much force to the case of an adjournment, whether it is at the close of a session or is the final adjournment of the Congress, as to the case of a recess for a specified period.

    The Court effectively answered the opposing contention based upon the legislative character of the President's function in approving or disapproving bills. See Smiley v. Holm, 285 U.S. 355. The fact that it is a legislative function does not mean that it can be performed only while Congress is in session.


    http://books.google.com/books?id=pet...201892&f=false
    Last edited by L.C. BAKER; Jun 30, 2014 at 10:32 PM.
    Not Peralta and Rebel - KGC like this.

  4. #4
    ECS
    ECS is online now
    us
    Mar 2012
    Ocala,Florida
    9,675
    11273 times
    Treasurehunting & Historical research
    What needs to be addressed is how the KGC/OAK had the power to use the US government.
    When the 15th Amendment was passed,giving the newly made freemen the right to vote,while the 14th Amendment,Sec3 prevented anyone who was part of the Confederacy to vote or hold public office,the KGC still got their men elected.Armed "REGULATORS"would surround courthouses on election day to ensure that only the "right" men voted.This affected local,and state governments,and in the case of Hayes against Tilden,a Presidential election.
    When the freemen were given the vote,many of the former CSA states gained additional voes in the Electorial College,but by limiting who could vote or whose vote was counted,the KGC/OAK controlled who won.
    President Hayes ended Reconstruction,removed Federal troops from the former CSA states,which reverted to "home rule".
    L.C. BAKER likes this.

  5. #5
    us
    Sep 2012
    Nebraska City, Nebraska
    3,665
    4090 times
    K.G.C. Cache
    Quote Originally Posted by ECS View Post
    What needs to be addressed is how the KGC/OAK had the power to use the US government.
    When the 15th Amendment was passed,giving the newly made freemen the right to vote,while the 14th Amendment,Sec3 prevented anyone who was part of the Confederacy to vote or hold public office,the KGC still got their men elected.Armed "REGULATORS"would surround courthouses on election day to ensure that only the "right" men voted.This affected local,and state governments,and in the case of Hayes against Tilden,a Presidential election.
    When the freemen were given the vote,many of the former CSA states gained additional voes in the Electorial College,but by limiting who could vote or whose vote was counted,the KGC/OAK controlled who won.
    President Hayes ended Reconstruction,removed Federal troops from the former CSA states,which reverted to "home rule".
    Not all trappers wear fir hats. They were a very diverse organization L.C.
    Rebel - KGC likes this.

  6. #6
    us
    Sep 2012
    Nebraska City, Nebraska
    3,665
    4090 times
    K.G.C. Cache
    It is a fact that the judicial system of the country was greatly effected by the K.G.C. Franklin Pierce appointed 19 federal judges during his presidency. The first and last president to ever to appoint those positions in history. If judicial foundations were being built at that time....and they were......then our entire judicial system stems from those foundations. How else could racism survive on a government level until the late 1960's in this country? Through many generations of children we would eventually grow into Americans, but it wasn't ascertained by the narrow paths that are described in history books.

    L.C.
    Last edited by L.C. BAKER; Jul 01, 2014 at 02:09 PM.
    Rebel - KGC likes this.

  7. #7
    us
    Sep 2012
    Nebraska City, Nebraska
    3,665
    4090 times
    K.G.C. Cache
    It wasn't actually ratified until 1920 that men and women of all races, regardless of prior slavery, could vote in some states of the early United States, such as New Jersey, provided that they could meet other requirements, such as property ownership. Just because they say it's a rule...doesn't necessarily mean everyone follows the rules. Especially if they are the rule makers! We all know what went on for those years....it wasn't a pretty picture. It all came out in the wash eventually and now here we are.

    L.C.
    Last edited by L.C. BAKER; Jul 01, 2014 at 12:02 PM.
    Rebel - KGC likes this.

  8. #8
    us
    Sep 2012
    Nebraska City, Nebraska
    3,665
    4090 times
    K.G.C. Cache
    Keep in mind that the La Abra mining scheme didn't get rolling until 1865 and it was chump change compared to fraudulent government contracting by the Secretary (s) of War. Before the mining scheme there were many other avenues to wealth like the U.S. Mail, the transcontinental telegraph and the transcontinental railroad, all of which had a common denominator (KNIGHT) not to mention oil, which we would become quite fond of about the same time that the combustion engine was invented. Insurance was a big money maker as well as the stock market and banking early on and after the federal reserve came about. If an organization monopolized the bulk of the commodity market, then they could control the futures. Insider trading had to be invented before it was outlawed!

    $$$$$$ L.C.
    Last edited by L.C. BAKER; Jul 04, 2014 at 02:08 AM.
    Rebel - KGC likes this.

  9. #9
    us
    Sep 2012
    Nebraska City, Nebraska
    3,665
    4090 times
    K.G.C. Cache
    When you read this description of what they say took place think about the K.G.C. and O.A.K. in the back of your mind along with President Buchanan and John B. Floyd's involvement with the organization while in office. This was in 1860-61 right before the Civil War erupted. Did they hang Russell out to dry?

    Pony Express NHT: Historic Resource Study (Chapter 3)


    http://blueandgraytrail.com/event/John_Floyd


    L.C.
    Last edited by L.C. BAKER; Jul 05, 2014 at 01:02 AM.
    Rebel - KGC likes this.

  10. #10
    us
    Sep 2012
    Nebraska City, Nebraska
    3,665
    4090 times
    K.G.C. Cache
    "President Buchanan, tipped to upcoming problems for Secretary of War John Floyd, requests his resignation.
    As requested, John Floyd tenders his resignation as Secretary of War. Charges come out later in the day that he had misdirected funds to contractors and guns to the South. Neither charge will be fully investigated and his guilt (or innocence) is still a hotly debated subject".........until now.


    L.C.
    Rebel - KGC likes this.

  11. #11
    us
    Sep 2012
    Nebraska City, Nebraska
    3,665
    4090 times
    K.G.C. Cache
    Look closely at the names on this list http://www.biblebelievers.org.au/m$t1912.htm

    Membership - 1912 Money Trust*

    Name Particulars:

    A. Iselin & Co. M$T
    F.H. Prince & Co. M$T
    Francis Henshaw & Co. M$T
    Higginson & Co. M$T
    J.P. Morgan & Co. M$T
    Kidder, Peabody & Co. M$T
    P.J. Goodhart & Co. M$T
    Robert Winthrop & Co. M$T
    S.B. Chapin & Co. M$T
    Zeiler, Fairman & Co. M$T
    United States Trust Co. (NY) M$T
    James Strange Alexander M$T1912 (2)
    Charles Herbert Allen M$T1912 (3)
    Charles Wesley Allen M$T
    Nathan Topliff Allen M$T
    Samuel Waters Allerton M$T1912 (2)
    L. E. Anderson M$T
    Jonathan Ogden Armour M$T1912 (5)
    William Waldorf Astor M$T MC
    Mary Williamson Averell M$T
    Frederick Ayer M$T
    Robert Ogden Bacon M$T UC 1918
    George Fisher Baker M$T1912 (20) MC
    George Fisher Baker, Jr. M$T1912 (4)
    Stephen Baker M$T1912 (3) UC
    William Barbour M$T
    Catherine Barker M$T
    Adolphus Clay Barlett M$T1912 (2)
    James C. Bell M$T
    Grace C. Berquist M$T
    Edward Julis Berwind M$T1912 (5) MC
    John Charles Black M$T1912 (2)
    Clinton Ledyard Blair M$T1912 (2)
    Henry Augustus Blair M$T1912 (4)
    James A. Blair M$T1912 (2)
    Emilie K. Boisot M$T1912 (2)
    O. T. Boyton M$T1912 (3)
    George Warren Brown M$T
    Paul Brown M$T
    William Liston Brown M$T1912 (3)
    Edwin Muhlenberg Bulkley M$T1912 (1)
    Daniel Hudson Burnham M$T
    James Gay Butler M$T
    James Campbell M$T
    Henry White Cannon M$T
    James Graham Cannon M$T1912 (2)
    Augustus A. Carpenter M$T1912 (2)
    William Thorton Carter M$T
    George Bowen Case M$T1912 (4)
    William James Chalmers M$T1912 (2)
    Henry B. Clarke M$T
    Springfield Fire and Marine Ins. Co M$T
    Thomas Frederick Cole M$T
    James Colby Colgate M$T1912 (3)
    Illinois Life Insurance Company M$T
    Mutual Life Insurance Company M$T
    Edmund Cogswell Converse M$T1912 (6)
    Northern Finance Corporation M$T
    Alfred Cowles II M$T
    Robert E. Craig, Jr. M$T
    W.R. Craig M$T
    David Mark Cummings M$T1912 (2)
    D.M. Cummins M$T
    Thomas De Witt Cuyler M$T1912 (10)
    Henry Pomeroy Davison M$T1903
    Henry Pomeroy Davison M$T1912 (5)
    Robert Weeks de Forest M$T1912 (2)
    Charles Henry Deere M$T
    J. B. Dennis M$T1912 (1)
    Cleveland Hoadley Dodge M$T1912 (1)
    James Mackie Donald M$T
    Lewis David Dozier M$T
    George A. Draper M$T
    R. J. Dunham M$T1912 (2)
    Albert John Earling M$T1912 (4)
    Bernard Albert Eckhart M$T1912 (2)
    David Eiseman M$T
    Louisine Waldron Elder M$T
    Rudolph Ellis M$T1912 (4)
    William Endicott, Jr. M$T1912 (1)
    Harris Charles Fahnestock M$T1912 (2) UC
    Charles Stebbins Fairchild M$T
    E. Hayward Ferry M$T1912 (1)
    Joseph N. Field M$T
    James Berwick Forgan M$T1912 (3)
    James M. Fowler M$T
    Arnold Fox M$T
    Walter Edwin Frew M$T1912 (1)
    Henry Clay Frick M$T1912 (8)
    Mary G.Thompson M$T
    Sarah T. Gardiner M$T
    Charles T. Garland M$T
    James A. Garland M$T
    Elbert Henry Gary M$T1912 (11)
    Robert Walton Goelet, Jr. M$T'12 (7) MC
    George Jay Gould M$T1912 (5)
    Joseph Peter Grace M$T1912 (1)
    Henry Griesedieck, Jr. M$T
    Daniel Guggenheim M$T1912 (5)
    B.S. Guinness M$T1912 (4)
    William Pierson Hamilton M$T1912 (1)
    Charles William Harkness M$T1912 (3)
    Edward Stephen Harkness M$T
    John F. Harris M$T
    Mrs. Eleanor S. Harris M$T
    Benjamin Hart M$T
    Deering Harvester Co. M$T
    Frederick Tudor Haskell M$T1912 (1)
    Henry Osborne Havemeyer M$T
    Augustus Hemenway M$T
    Alexander Julian Hemphill M$T1912 (2) MC
    Alonzo Barton Hepburn M$T1912 (4) MC
    Henry Lee Higginson M$T1912 (3)
    James Jerome Hill M$T1912 (6)
    Francis Lyman Hine M$T1912 (11)
    Henry H. Hitchcock M$T1912 (2)
    Henry Hornblower M$T
    Horace F. Howland M$T
    Marvin Hughitt M$T1912 (6)
    Frank W. Hunt M$T
    Bessemer Investment Co. M$T
    Arthur Curtiss James M$T1912 (5) MC
    James M. Jarvie M$T
    Edward Turner Jeffrey M$T1912 (7)
    Frederick Beach Jennings M$T1912 (3)
    Walter Jennings M$T1912 (2)
    W. A. Johnston M$T1912 (1)
    Kate Allerton Johnstone M$T
    Curtis J. Judd M$T
    Augustus D. Julliard M$T1912 (5) MC
    Otto Hermann Kahn M$T1912 (3)
    John Grenville Kane M$T
    Chauncey Keep M$T1912 (6)
    William Vallandigham Kelley M$T1912 (2)
    Sidney A. Kent M$T
    R.C. Kerens M$T
    Charles B. King M$T
    Darwin Pearl Kingsley M$T1912 (3)
    W.J. Kinsella M$T
    Gardiner Martin Lane M$T1912 (6)
    Livi Z. Leiter M$T
    Frederick E. Lewis M$T
    Percy P. Lewis M$T
    John Crerar Library M$T
    Robert Todd Lincoln M$T1912 (4)
    H. G. Lloyd M$T1912 (2)
    Timber Loan Co. M$T
    William Logan M$T1903
    William J. Louderback M$T1912 (3)
    George D. Markham M$T
    Edgar L. Marston M$T1912 (4)
    John D. Marston M$T
    J. B. Martindale M$T1912 (3)
    Levy Mayer M$T
    Harold H. McCormick M$T1912 (3)
    Henry F. McCormick M$T1912 (3)
    R. W. McElves M$T1912 (2)
    Mrs. Elizabeth S. McElwee M$T
    Robert H. McElwee M$T
    Gates White McGarrah M$T1912 (2)
    Walter McKittrick M$T
    C.M. McMillam M$T
    Samuel McRoberts M$T1912 (6)
    Emily Eames McVeagh M$T
    Franklin McVeagh M$T
    Darius Miller M$T1912 (2)
    Jennie M. Mitchell M$T
    John James Mitchell M$T1912 (7)
    Mary A. I. Mitchell M$T
    William Hamilton Mitchell M$T
    William Moffitt M$T
    William Henry Moore M$T1912 (6)
    John Pierpont Morgan M$T1912 (5) MC UC
    John Pierpont Morgan, Jr. M$T1912 (4) MC
    Edward Morris M$T1912 (2)
    Ira N. Morris M$T
    John Reynolds Morron M$T1912 (2)
    Charles Hosmer Morse, Jr. M$T1912 (2)
    Joy Morton M$T1912 (3)
    Levi Parsons Morton M$T12 (2) MC UC
    Catherine T. Moulton M$T
    A. E. Newbold M$T1912 (1)
    Edward T. Nichols M$T
    Samuel Nickerson M$T
    Charles Dyer Norton M$T1912 (2)
    Malvina Belle Ogden M$T
    Washington Irving Osborne M$T1912 (2)
    Stephen Squires Palmer M$T1912 (4)
    James A. Patten M$T
    Charles Augustus Peabody M$T1912 (10)
    Frank Everett Peabody M$T1912 (1)
    George Walbridge Perkins M$T1912
    William Walter Phelps M$T
    Eugene S. Pike M$T1912 (2)
    D. E. Pomeroy M$T1912 (3)
    Henry H. Porter, Jr. M$T1912 (2)
    William H. Porter M$T1912 (5)
    Edwin A. Potter M$T1912 (2)
    Andrew W. Preston M$T
    Frederick Henry Prince M$T
    J. S. Prippe M$T 1912 (3)
    Seward Prosser M$T1912 (2)
    Moses Taylor Pyne M$T1912 (4) MC
    Epes D. Randolph M$T1912 (2)
    Samuel Roberson Read M$T1912 (7)
    Norman Bruce Ream M$T1912 (13)
    Daniel Gray Reid M$T1912 (8)
    George M. Reynolds M$T1912 (2)
    Thomas A. Reynolds M$T
    Edward Payson Ripley M$T1912 (2)
    Alexander Martin Robertson M$T1912 (2) ?
    John Davison Rockefeller M$T
    William D. Rockefeller M$T1912 (10) MC
    J. B. Rogan M$T
    R. W. Roloson M$T
    Gusta Morris Rothschild M$T
    Frank A. Ruf M$T
    Albertina T. Russell M$T
    Edward Perry Russell M$T1912 (2)
    John D. Ryan M$T1912 (4)
    Thomas Fortune Ryan M$T MC
    Charles Hamilton Sabin M$T1912 (5)
    J. Sanford Saltus M$T
    A.H. Sanford M$T
    Jacob Henry Schiff M$T1912 (1)
    Mortimer L. Schiff M$T1912 (4)
    Grant Barney Schley M$T1912 (6)
    Maud Morris Schwab M$T
    Harry Scullin M$T
    John Scullin M$T
    Sussex Securities Co. M$T
    John Graves Shedd M$T1912 (7)
    William A. Simonson M$T1912 (1)
    Charles Sleele M$T1912 (11)
    Samuel Sloane M$T1912 (3)
    William Douglas Sloane M$T1912 (1) MC
    J. J. Slocum M$T1912 (2)
    Harry O. Smith M$T
    Valentine P. Snyder M$T1912 (3)
    Elizabeth Clarke Spaulding M$T
    James Joseph Speyer M$T1912 (8)
    John Alden Spoor M$T1912 (3)
    Equitable Life Assurance of United State M$T
    National Life Ins. Co. of United States M$T
    E.S. Steinam M$T
    John William Sterling M$T1912 (3)
    James W. Stevens M$T1912 (2)
    Charles Chauncey Stillman M$T
    Ernest G. Stillman M$T
    James Stillman M$T1912 (6)
    James Alexander Stillman M$T1912 (1)
    Webster & Stone M$T
    James Jackson Storrow M$T1912 (2)
    Edward Townsend Stotesbury M$T1912 (8) MC
    Benjamin Strong, Jr. M$T1912 (8)
    John S. Sullivan M$T
    Bernard Edward Sunny M$T1912 (3)
    Edward Fletcher Swinney M$T1912 (2)
    J. T. Talbert M$T1912 (2)
    Henry A. Colt Taylor M$T1912 (2) MC
    Katherine W. Taylor M$T
    Moses Taylor M$T1912 (2) MC
    Egbert E. Thomas M$T
    Charles G. Thompson M$T
    Elizabeth Thompson M$T
    Ferris S. Thompson M$T
    J. F. Thompson M$T1903
    Mary Clark Thompson M$T
    Charles Hedges Thorne M$T1912 (2)
    William Van Schoonhoven Thorne M$T1912 (4)
    Frederick Thornley, Jr. M$T
    Mercantile Trust Co. M$T
    Merchants Loan & Trust Co. M$T
    Edward Tuck M$T
    H. McKinley Twombley M$T
    Patrick Anderson Valentine M$T1912 (2)
    Ralph Van Vechtem M$T1912 (2)
    William Kissam Vanderbilt M$T (3) MC
    Frank Arthur Vanderlip M$T1912 (11)
    Festus John Wade M$T
    J. S. Walker M$T
    Mrs. Jessie S. Walker M$T
    Paul Mortiz Warburg M$T1912 (6)
    John Isaac Waterbury M$T1912 (4)
    Emily A. Watson M$T
    William James Watson M$T1912 (2)
    Frank G. Webster M$T1912 (1)
    Hornblower & Weeks M$T
    John Wingate Weeks M$T
    Frank O. Wetmore M$T1912 (2)
    Frederick Edward Weyerhaeuser M$T1912 (3)
    Justin Du Pratt White M$T1903
    Harry Payne Whitney M$T1912 (1) MC
    George Whittell M$T
    Albert H. Wiggin M$T1912 (12)
    George West Wilson M$T UC
    Myron Henry Wilson M$T
    Daniel Gould Wing M$T
    Sidney Wilmot Winslow M$T
    Robert Winsor M$T1912 (5)
    Hans Winterfeldt M$T1912 (2)
    G.G. Woodin M$T
    William Herrick Woodward M$T
    William Woodworth M$T
    Clarence Mott Woolley M$T1912 (2)
    Samuel Woolverton M$T1903
    Howard A. Wrenn M$T
    Mutual Life of New York M$T
    Edward Faitoute Condit Young M$T1903
    Otto Young M$T
    Source: Money Trust Investigation: Investigation of the Financial
    and Monetary Conditions in the United States Under House Resolutions
    NOS. 429 and 504 Before A Subcommittee of the Committee on Banking
    and Currency (1913) (Y4.B22/1:M74/2/pt. 20-26) Exhibit 134-A
    (December 18, 1912).
    M$T1912=Listed on 1912 interlocking directorate wall chart. Number in parenthesis is number of directorships.
    M$T=Listed in hearings as stockholder in a Money Trust bank.
    MC=Metropolitan Club member (incomplete)
    UC=Union Club member (incomplete)

    L.C.
    Last edited by L.C. BAKER; Sep 17, 2015 at 10:39 AM.
    cooper36 and Rebel - KGC like this.

  12. #12
    us
    Sep 2012
    Nebraska City, Nebraska
    3,665
    4090 times
    K.G.C. Cache
    Source: Money Trust Investigation: Investigation of the Financial
    and Monetary Conditions in the United States Under House Resolutions
    NOS. 429 and 504 Before A Subcommittee of the Committee on Banking
    and Currency (1913)

    BUT...who controlled the judicial system that looked into this matter? $$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$ was the name of the controlling party.

    AND....if one went down, they all went down, and that would have collapsed the U.S.A.'s federal reserve beyond repair and in effect destroyed the whole country in a nut shell.

    Just my 100 zillion cents, L.C. Baker
    Last edited by L.C. BAKER; Jul 09, 2014 at 11:33 AM.
    Rebel - KGC likes this.

  13. #13
    us
    Sep 2012
    Nebraska City, Nebraska
    3,665
    4090 times
    K.G.C. Cache
    Logically speaking.....'If you can't have slaves anymore what would you buy and sell to replace them in the fields?

    Scots Great and Small, People and Places: William J. Chalmers & Joan Pinkerton, Part I

    Charles H. Deere

    Deering Harvester Company - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    all on the 1912 list along with copper mining gold mining railroads....and anything else making money
    Last edited by L.C. BAKER; Jul 09, 2014 at 09:02 PM.
    Rebel - KGC likes this.

  14. #14
    us
    Sep 2012
    Nebraska City, Nebraska
    3,665
    4090 times
    K.G.C. Cache
    It started unraveling in 1902....the same year that J.S. Morton died.

    Mark Morton and his second-eldest brother, Joy, were lifelong business partners. In 1885, he and Joy Morton co-founded the Joy Morton Lumber Co. They later co-founded the Morton Sand and Gravel Company.

    Morton salt purchased Richmond and Company, a salt distributor in 1886 and renamed it Joy Morton and Company. Mark Morton was the company's vice president and one of its directors from its founding until his retirement in 1922. The company became the International Salt Company in 1902. Morton was forced to testify in federal court in 1903 after government investigators accused the company of antitrust violations. The company was incorporated in Illinois as the Morton Salt Company in 1910.
    Last edited by L.C. BAKER; Jul 09, 2014 at 09:19 PM.
    Rebel - KGC likes this.

  15. #15
    us
    Sep 2012
    Nebraska City, Nebraska
    3,665
    4090 times
    K.G.C. Cache
    During the War of 1812, salt brine was used to pay soldiers in the field, as the government was too poor to pay them with money.[citation needed] Before Lewis and Clark set out for the Louisiana Territory, President Jefferson in his address to Congress mentioned a mountain of salt supposed to lie near the Missouri River, which would have been of immense value, as a reason for their expedition
    Monopolies over salt production and trade were essential aspects of government revenue in imperial China and most of the 20th century.
    They were still fighting about a salt monopoly in 1950 http://supreme.justia.com/cases/federal/us/338/632/
    Last edited by L.C. BAKER; Jul 09, 2014 at 09:42 PM.
    Rebel - KGC likes this.

 

 
Page 1 of 15 12311 ... LastLast

Remove Ads

Home | Forum | Active Topics | What's New

Sponsored Links

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  

Similar Threads

  1. US Government At it again
    By Davidail in forum Gold Prospecting
    Replies: 5
    Last Post: Jan 04, 2013, 08:52 PM
  2. GOVERNMENT can ?
    By mojjax in forum What Is It?
    Replies: 10
    Last Post: Feb 23, 2009, 12:29 AM
  3. government silver
    By fatsmahoney in forum Coin Roll Hunting
    Replies: 12
    Last Post: Mar 07, 2008, 07:55 AM
  4. U.F.O or the government?
    By Rob66 in forum Everything Else
    Replies: 83
    Last Post: Sep 07, 2007, 01:57 PM
  5. THE GOVERNMENT
    By Peg Leg in forum General Discussion
    Replies: 10
    Last Post: Dec 25, 2006, 10:05 AM

Search tags for this page

content

,

henry lee higginson j. pierpont morgan

,

illuminati symbols in islam

,

kgc secret codes

,

red oak iowa to nebaska city railroad

,

samuel mayo nickerson and otto kahn

,

what is o.a.k. kgc

Click on a term to search for related topics.
Powered by vBadvanced CMPS v4.3.0