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Ocean County Coin Club recovering from Hurricane Sandy

New Jersey's Ocean County Coin Club saw its meeting home and some of its possessions severely harmed by Hurricane Sandy. Four months after the storm, the club is getting back on its feet.
Written by Jim Majoros at 00:00

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Philip Sheridan: A lost war hero of the Civil War

Many historic figures are often forgotten from the Civil War era. One of them is Gen. Philip Sheridan, who pursued Robert E. Lee's Confederate forces and eventually forced him to surrender.
Written by Brandon Ortega at 00:00

Confederate coinage: The story of four unique coins struck at the New Orleans Mint

In 1861, the New Orleans Mint produced half-dollar coinage for three separate governments. One of those governments included the Confederate States of America, which produced four coins.
Written by Brandon Ortega at 00:00

Southeast ANA clubs hold show-and-tells, host coin shows and more

Editor's note: Tony Swicer produces the ANA Region 4 Club Newsletter, which serves Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. In an effort to better share ideas for membership drives, programming and activities, The Exchange will re-publish club news from his newsletter that will be of the greatest interest to other clubs across the nation. To subscribe to Swicer’s full newsletter, email him at swicer@comcast.net. Would you like to share your own club news on The Exchange? Contact Editor Jake Sherlock at jsherlock@money.org.
Written by Tony Swicer at 00:00

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Who was the Native American model for the buffalo nickel? That's a matter of debate

The Native American face on the Buffalo nickel is said to be a composite of three Native Americans chiefs. However, there is debate to who the design is truly modeled after. Read more about the three Native American chiefs that Fraser may have modeled his work after.
Written by Brandon Ortega at 00:00

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