To keep track of prices in his saloon/store
Yes it can be though different areas produce different cash crops.
Washington's main cash corp was wheat
washington changes his cash crop from tobacco to wheat in time between 1761-1775
Cash and Carry was a policy used in the beginning of WW2. Roosevelt did not want to get into the war because of the previous effects of WW1. Therefore, he offered to sell European countries involved (mostly the Allies) any resources they needed as long as they paid in cash, and carried them themselves as to not cause harm to America in the transport. Therefore, it was deemed the Cash and Carry policy.
in 1879 in dayton Ohio
January 30 1879
James J. Ritty was the inventor of the cash register. Besides being an inventor, he was also a saloon keeper.
James ritty invented the first cash register bc he was a saloon owner and he needed a place to put his money after each customer.
James Ritty, inventor of the cash register, was born in Dayton, Ohio on 29 October, 1836.
Cash register machines can be dated back to 1879 when James Ritty invented the first register. The Ritty Model 1 was invented to stop persons from taking profits from his saloon. It was patented in 1883.
On January 30, 1883, James Ritty and John Birch received a patent for inventing the cash register. James Ritty invented what was nicknamed the "Incorruptible Cashier" or the first working, mechanical cash register. His invention came with that familiar bell sound referred to in advertising as "The Bell Heard Round the World". After reading a description of the cash register designed by James Ritty and sold by the National Manufacturing Company, John H. Patterson decided to buy both the company and the patent. He renamed the company the National Cash Register Company in 1884. John Patterson improved the cash register by adding a paper roll to record sales transactions. Charles F. Kettering designed a cash register with an electric motor in 1906, while working at the National Cash Register Company. He later worked at General Motors and invented an electric self-starter (ignition) for a Cadillac.
James Jacob Ritty, inventor of the first working version of a mechanical cash register, was born in Dayton, Ohio in 1837.