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What was the first paper money printed by Congress called? A) dixie B) dollar C) continental D) pound

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The first paper money printed by Congress was called "continental" or option C. Continental were the first paper money made by Congress before they were called dollars. Continental's go all the way back to 1776, and they were designed by Benjamin Franklin himself.

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Hey there!

Your answer: continental

The continental was known to be the first paper money that was printed by the congress. And this occurred on 10th of May, 1775. It's quite interesting that this was the first from the congress, because many people would think it would be dixie and so many other thoughts.

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