1864 Dollar Bill

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1864 Dollar Bill

Confederate States of America US Lot 26 1864 Paper Bills  1861 Half Dollar NICE
Confederate States of America US Lot 26 1864 Paper Bills 1861 Half Dollar NICE
$9,999.99
1864 FIVE HUNDRED DOLLAR 500 CONFEDERATE STATES BILL NOTE PCGS VF25 T 64
1864 FIVE HUNDRED DOLLAR 500 CONFEDERATE STATES BILL NOTE PCGS VF25 T 64
$290.99 (41 Bids)
1864 500 DOLLAR BILL RICHMOND CONFEDERATE CURRENCY NOTE OLD PAPER MONEY T 64
1864 500 DOLLAR BILL RICHMOND CONFEDERATE CURRENCY NOTE OLD PAPER MONEY T 64
$245.00
CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA 510 DOLLAR BILLS RICHMOND1864
CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA 510 DOLLAR BILLS RICHMOND1864
$140.00
CONFEDERATE STATE OF GEORGIA APRIL 6 1864 5 DOLLAR NOTE BILL
CONFEDERATE STATE OF GEORGIA APRIL 6 1864 5 DOLLAR NOTE BILL
$130.00
1864 2 TWO DOLLAR BILL CONFEDERATE CURRCENCY CIVIL WAR ERA PAPER MONEY NOTE AU
1864 2 TWO DOLLAR BILL CONFEDERATE CURRCENCY CIVIL WAR ERA PAPER MONEY NOTE AU
$125.00
Confederate 100 Dollar Bill 1864
Confederate 100 Dollar Bill 1864
$120.00
1864 Confererate Large 50 Dollar Bill Note
1864 Confererate Large 50 Dollar Bill Note
$99.99
1864 50 Dollar Bill Confederate Currency Note Civil War Paper Money T 66
1864 50 Dollar Bill Confederate Currency Note Civil War Paper Money T 66
$87.50
1864 CONFEDERATE TWENTY 20 DOLLAR CSA T67 65295 SUPERB CIVIL WAR NOTE BILL
1864 CONFEDERATE TWENTY 20 DOLLAR CSA T67 65295 SUPERB CIVIL WAR NOTE BILL
$88.00
VINTAGE CONFEDERATE FIFTY DOLLAR BILL FEB 17 1864
VINTAGE CONFEDERATE FIFTY DOLLAR BILL FEB 17 1864
$80.00
1864 50 DOLLAR CONFEDERATE NOTE BILL RICHMOND
1864 50 DOLLAR CONFEDERATE NOTE BILL RICHMOND
$80.00
1864 10 CONFEDERATE T68 21671 CSA Hand Signed CIVIL WAR TEN DOLLAR NOTE BILL
1864 10 CONFEDERATE T68 21671 CSA Hand Signed CIVIL WAR TEN DOLLAR NOTE BILL
$77.00
1864 Ten Dollar Bill Confederate Currency Note Civil War Paper Money T 68
1864 Ten Dollar Bill Confederate Currency Note Civil War Paper Money T 68
$62.50
1864 10 Dollar Richmond Confederate Note Nice Collector Bill
1864 10 Dollar Richmond Confederate Note Nice Collector Bill
$65.55
1864 STATE OF GEORGIA 5 DOLLAR BILL CSA
1864 STATE OF GEORGIA 5 DOLLAR BILL CSA
$65.00
VINTAGE CONFEDERATE TWENTY DOLLAR BILL FEB 17 1864
VINTAGE CONFEDERATE TWENTY DOLLAR BILL FEB 17 1864
$60.00
1864 5 Dollar Bill Confederate States Of America Note
1864 5 Dollar Bill Confederate States Of America Note
$59.99
1864 Confederate States Of America Large 20 Dollar Note Bill
1864 Confederate States Of America Large 20 Dollar Note Bill
$49.99
1864 Confederate States Of America Large 20 Dollar Note Bill
1864 Confederate States Of America Large 20 Dollar Note Bill
$49.99
Civil War Confederate 1864 50 Dollar Bill Richmond Note Currency Paper Money CSA
Civil War Confederate 1864 50 Dollar Bill Richmond Note Currency Paper Money CSA
$50.00
1864 Ten Dollar Confederate States Series 4 Currency 10 Bill
1864 Ten Dollar Confederate States Series 4 Currency 10 Bill
$49.99
1864 5 FIVE DOLLAR NOTE BILL CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE SIGNED 73600 February 17
1864 5 FIVE DOLLAR NOTE BILL CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE SIGNED 73600 February 17
$49.00
1864 2 DOLLAR BILL RICHMOND CONFEDERATE CURRCENCY CIVIL WAR PAPER NOTE T 70
1864 2 DOLLAR BILL RICHMOND CONFEDERATE CURRCENCY CIVIL WAR PAPER NOTE T 70
$45.00
1864 50 dollar bill
1864 50 dollar bill
$45.00
1864 CIVIL WAR ERA CONFEDERATE MONEY 10 TEN DOLLAR NOTE BILL RICHMOND VA FEB 17
1864 CIVIL WAR ERA CONFEDERATE MONEY 10 TEN DOLLAR NOTE BILL RICHMOND VA FEB 17
$39.99
1864 Confederate 20 Dollar Bill
1864 Confederate 20 Dollar Bill
$38.99
1864 10 DOLLAR BILL CONFEDERATE CURRENCY CSA NOTE CIVIL WAR PAPER MONEY
1864 10 DOLLAR BILL CONFEDERATE CURRENCY CSA NOTE CIVIL WAR PAPER MONEY
$41.00 (8 Bids)
1864 The Confederate States Of America Ten Dollars 1000 Note Bill K303 101
1864 The Confederate States Of America Ten Dollars 1000 Note Bill K303 101
$40.49
CONFEDERATE 10 TEN DOLLAR NOTE DATED FEBRUARY 171864 CSA BILL
CONFEDERATE 10 TEN DOLLAR NOTE DATED FEBRUARY 171864 CSA BILL
$37.00
CONFEDERATE 20 DOLLAR NOTE DATED FEB 17TH 1864 CSA BILL
CONFEDERATE 20 DOLLAR NOTE DATED FEB 17TH 1864 CSA BILL
$37.00
RICHMOND 1864 10 DOLLAR BILL CONFEDERATE CURRENCY
RICHMOND 1864 10 DOLLAR BILL CONFEDERATE CURRENCY
$35.00
1864 20 Confederate Currency Note Civil War Twenty Dollar Bill CONDITION IS VF
1864 20 Confederate Currency Note Civil War Twenty Dollar Bill CONDITION IS VF
$32.00 (5 Bids)
Civil War Confederate 1864 20 Dollar Bill Richmond Paper Money Currency Note CSA
Civil War Confederate 1864 20 Dollar Bill Richmond Paper Money Currency Note CSA
$27.00 (9 Bids)
Confederate 10 Dollar Bill Richmond February 17 1864
Confederate 10 Dollar Bill Richmond February 17 1864
$25.00
Civil War Confederate 1864 10 Dollar Bill Richmond Note Currency Paper Money CSA
Civil War Confederate 1864 10 Dollar Bill Richmond Note Currency Paper Money CSA
$25.00
1864 20 DOLLAR BILL CONFEDERATE CURRENCY NOTE RICHMOND CIVIL WAR PAPER
1864 20 DOLLAR BILL CONFEDERATE CURRENCY NOTE RICHMOND CIVIL WAR PAPER
$20.50 (4 Bids)
RARE CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE AUTHENTIC FIFTY DOLLAR BILL Circa 1864 150 YRS OLD
RARE CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE AUTHENTIC FIFTY DOLLAR BILL Circa 1864 150 YRS OLD
$23.50 (3 Bids)
UNCIRCULATED 1864 10 DOLLAR BILL CONFEDERATE CURRENCY CIVIL WAR ERA NOTE PAPER
UNCIRCULATED 1864 10 DOLLAR BILL CONFEDERATE CURRENCY CIVIL WAR ERA NOTE PAPER
$22.05 (4 Bids)
AU 1864 10 DOLLAR BILL CONFEDERATE CURRENCY CIVIL WAR ERA NOTE PAPER MONEY T 68
AU 1864 10 DOLLAR BILL CONFEDERATE CURRENCY CIVIL WAR ERA NOTE PAPER MONEY T 68
$22.49 (10 Bids)
RARE CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE AUTHENTIC TEN DOLLAR BILL Circa 1864 150 YEARS OLD
RARE CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE AUTHENTIC TEN DOLLAR BILL Circa 1864 150 YEARS OLD
$20.00 (8 Bids)
CONFEDERATE 50 FIFTY DOLLAR NOTE DATED FEBRUARY 171864 CSA BILL
CONFEDERATE 50 FIFTY DOLLAR NOTE DATED FEBRUARY 171864 CSA BILL
$13.50 (2 Bids)
1864 RichmondVA Confederate 2 Dollar Bill
1864 RichmondVA Confederate 2 Dollar Bill
$9.99
1864 RichmondVA Confederate 5 Dollar Bill
1864 RichmondVA Confederate 5 Dollar Bill
$9.99
1864 RichmondVA Confederate 10 Dollar Bill
1864 RichmondVA Confederate 10 Dollar Bill
$9.99
1864 RichmondVA Confederate 20 Dollar Bill
1864 RichmondVA Confederate 20 Dollar Bill
$9.99
50 FIFTY DOLLAR CONFEDERATE CSA BILL DATED FEB 171864
50 FIFTY DOLLAR CONFEDERATE CSA BILL DATED FEB 171864
$9.99
1864 CONFEDERATE STATES AMERICA TEN 10 DOLLAR BILL FEBRUARY 17TH 1864
1864 CONFEDERATE STATES AMERICA TEN 10 DOLLAR BILL FEBRUARY 17TH 1864
$3.61 (3 Bids)
1864 CONFEDERATE STATES AMERICA TWENTY DOLLAR BILL FEBRUARY 7TH 1864
1864 CONFEDERATE STATES AMERICA TWENTY DOLLAR BILL FEBRUARY 7TH 1864
$0.95 (1 Bid)
ANTIQUE 1864 TEN DOLLAR BILL CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA RICHMOND
ANTIQUE 1864 TEN DOLLAR BILL CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA RICHMOND
$0.99 (1 Bid)

Ni'ihau, The Forbidden Isle   by Rene Thompson

Ni'ihau is the smallest of the eight inhabited Hawaiian Islands. It measures approximately 69.5 square miles, and is located southwest of Kauai. The small island of Lehua is just 0.7 miles north of Niihau. There is no electricity on Ni'ihau, and no roads, hotels, or restaurants. Today Ni'ihau is a private island.

By 1785, King Kamehameha had unified all of the Hawaiian Islands except for Kauai and Ni'ihau. He tried to conquer the island twice; both attempts failed. Finally, in 1810 he returned with a great fleet, and the native rulers of Ni'ihau surrendered rather than risk another fight.

Ni'ihau is known as the "Forbidden Isle" because it is a private island closed to most tourists. The island has been privately owned since 1864, when it was purchased from King Kamehameha IV by the Robinson family for the price of $10,000 in gold. The family reportedly chose the island over Waikiki and Pearl Harbor, among other choice pieces of real estate. Today, descendants of this original family still own the island.

During the early years of private ownership, the island remained open to visitors and native Hawaiians. The purchase contract required the family to help preserve Hawaiian culture and tradition. Most residents still speak the Hawaiian language today, the only Hawaiian island where this is true. By 1875, the population of Ni'ihau included about 350 native Hawaiians and 20,000 grazing sheep. However, descendants of the original Robinson family closed the island to most visitors, including relatives of the native inhabitants, in 1915.

In 2000, the official census population of Ni'ihau was 160. Today, the only people allowed onto Ni'ihau are the owners, US Navy personnel, government officials, and invited guests. The island is accessible by boat or by helicopter. A small Navy installation is located on the island, although there are no military personnel permanently stationed there.

There are a few supervised tours that are allowed on Ni'ihau, although these are limited. For tourists lucky enough to visit the island on such a tour, Ni'ihau offers diving, hiking, and hunting safaris. Ni'ihau is home to several lakes, giving much of the island a wetland habitat. It is considered a critical habitat for several native Hawaiian species. The endangered Hawaiian monk seal has a population of about 35 on Ni'ihau, with ten to twelve born on the island each year.

Ni'ihau is famous for the "Ni'ihau Incident" during the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941. A Japanese fighter pilot crashed on the island and terrorized its residents for about a week before being captured and killed. Later, the island was seriously considered as the headquarters for the new United Nations. Although this proposal received intense study, it was not chosen.

During the twentieth century, the Robinson family ran Ni'ihau Ranch, which employed most residents of Ni'ihau. The family closed the ranch in 1999, and to date no other large economic activity has taken its place. Today, other economic activities on Nihau include fishing, sheep, charcoal production, and honey. Mullet farming is popular; many ponds and lakes are stocked with baby mullet which are later sold on the islands of Kauai and Oahu.

Nii'hau is known for its shell lei, or lei pupu. The shells wash onto the island's shores all winter. Sales of shells and jewelry made from the shells provide a source of income for many local residents. These leis are known throughout the islands for their beauty. In fact, Hawaii Governor Linda Lingle signed a bill in 2004 to prevent counterfeit Nii'hau shell leis. Some can be worth hundreds or even thousands of dollars because of their rarity and beauty.

The island was also once known for mat weaving using a native plant that used to grow on the edges of Nii'hau's lakes. These mats were known as some of the finest in that area of the world, but Nii'hau's residents stopped weaving them by the end of the nineteenth century. Another unique art developed only on the island of Nii'hau is known as ipu art. A design is carved into the skin of a fresh gourd. Dye is allowed to sit in the gourd for several weeks, changing the color of the uncarved portions of the gourd's skin.

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