3 edition of The Freeman"s Savings and Trust Company found in the catalog.
The Freeman"s Savings and Trust Company
Written in English
|Statement||by Carl R. Osthaus.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 40059 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 355 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||355|
|LC Control Number||88893405|
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That's how much accumulated wealth vanished when the Freedman's Savings and Trust Company failed in June Earlier that year, Frederick Douglass had become the bank's President just after it moved its headquarters to a prominent location on the southeast corner of Lafayette Square, where the Treasury Annex now stands.
The Freedman's Savings and Trust Company, popularly known as the Freedman's Bank, was incorporated by Congress on March 3,and the bank maintained some 37 offices in 17 states, including the District of Columbia.
The Freedman's Savings and Trust Company (often called the Freedman's Bank) was created to assist newly freed slaves and African American soldiers at the end of the Civil War. The bank failed in and many depositors lost their savings, but the records of the bank remain.
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government to encourage and guide the economic development of the newly emancipated Negro communities in The Freemans Savings and Trust Company book post-Civil War period. Although functioning only between andthe company achieved notable successes as a leading financial institution for.
About Freedman's Savings and Trust Company. The Freedman's Savings and Trust Company was incorporated in by an act signed by President Abraham Lincoln. The purpose of the company was to create an institution where former slaves and their dependents could place and save their money.
After a brief discussion and some confusion about where the bank would be located, "An Act to Incorporate the Freedman's Savings and Trust Company" was signed into law by President Abraham Lincoln on March 3, (3) The act had a clear objective and purpose: a simple savings institution created primarily for former slaves and their descendants.
To support the land grants and other elements of the Freedman’s Bureau Act, a Freedman’s Bank was established to help newly freed Americans navigate their financial lives. Call it the financial literacy program of its day.
During it’s existence, The Freedman’s Bank maintained some 37 offices in 17 states, including the District of Columbia. Inthe Freedman's Savings and Trust Company moved to Washington, D.C., into a very expensive new building. Shortly after the move, the bank's solvency came into question.
Bythe directors recruited Frederick Douglass to head the bank. He invested $10, of his own money before he realized that the bank was in trouble. The short-lived success of the Freedman’s Savings Bank inspired other African Americans to establish their own banks. One of particular interest was the St.
Luke Penny Savings Bank, chartered by Maggie L. Walker of Richmond, VA. Walker was the daughter of a former slave who had been the cook to a Union spy in the Confederate capital of Richmond, VA.
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Like much else that came out of the Civil War, the Freedman’s Savings Bank (officially the Freedman’s Savings and Trust Company) began with a sense of high moral purpose. Its founders understood that the 13th Amendment to the Constitution, which abolished slavery, was only the start down the long road toward full participation in American society for former slaves.
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Then came the organization of the Freedmen's Savings and Trust Company, with fifty trustees or directors, most of them men of national reputation, among them being Peter Cooper and William C.
Bryant. Headquarters were established at Washington, and the great building but recently vacated by the Department of Justice was erected at a cost of. Incorporated by Congress on March 3,the Freedman’s Savings and Trust Company, also known as the Freedman’s Savings Bank, was created to spur the economic development of the newly.
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What service, in addition to religious services, did churches provide African Americans after the Civil War? VIDEO: The story one of the worst robberies in American history: The Freedman's Bank - Duration: Unstripped Voice 1, views.This database is an index to Freedman's Savings and Trust Company's registers of signatures of depositors.
Some information that may be found in this index includes: name of depositor, date of application or deposit, age, height, complexion, names of relatives, birthplace, residence, and occupation.