While most people are familiar with the term “greenbacks,” there was a time when the Republic of Texas printed “redbacks.” Because of its heavy indebtedness, the Republic of Texas resorted to offering interest-bearing notes to raise funds to retire its indebtedness. In 1840, however, noninterest-bearing notes were issued. These were called redbacks.
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