What Pacific Island used large stone wheels as currency?
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These wheels were more than five feet in diameter. Try carrying that in your change purse.Answers to this question:
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The island of Yap located between Guam and Palua. Currently the dollar is the currency most accepted on the island. Originally , large stone disks, some measuring up to 12 ft. in diameter and weighing hundreds of thousands of pounds, made up the money system.
Yes - that is correct. I remembered this strange fact from reading it many years ago.
Those islands are now US Trust Territories.
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