U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Reports
Secretary of the Treasury reports contain information on money supply, bullion, banking, revenue and public debt, and other economic matters that affected the production of coinage and paper money. Many of these documents fall into the category of annual reports, but other documents appear within the series, as issued at the time.
Certain of the early reports (1790-1844), particularly the Annual Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of Finances, were bound into four volumes, and have been extracted into individual years. The original numbering is as follows:
Vol. 1 (1790-1814, combined index for all years included in 1814)
Vol. 2 (1815-1828, combined index for all years included in 1828)
Vol. 3 (1828-1836, combined index for all years included in 1836)
Vol. 4 (1837-1844, combined index for all years included in 1844)
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Report from the Secretary of the Treasury
Report of the Secretary of the Treasury (Levi Woodbury) to Congress, regarding imports, exports, and gold coinage since June, 1834. Extracted from the Congressional Serial Set, 25th Congress, 3rd session, January 28, 1839. Senate document no. 142.
Report from the Secretary of the Treasury, showing the operations of the Mint for the year 1837
Secretary of the Treasury Levi Woodbury's summary statement for Mint operations in 1837. Woodbury notes that the necessary data from the Mint was not received in time for the regular publication of this report.
Reported to the 25th Congress, 3rd Session, Senate document no. 279.
Report from the Secretary of the Treasury....on the Subject of Coinage...during the Year 1838
The Secretary of the Treasury, Levi Woodbury, reports summary figures for the cost of operation of the Mint and branch Mints for the year 1838.
From the 25th Congress, 3rd session, Senate document no. 283.