What bank is the primary one for the US Government?
The Federal Reserve Banks are primary to the US Government with many primary dealers dealing with the Federal Reserves.
Usually the government of the respective countries will own their central banks. For ex: a. Federal Reserve is the central bank of USA and it is owned by the US government b. Reserve Bank of India is the central bank of India and it is owned by the Indian government The above is not correct. The Fed is privately owned by its shareholders, which are private banks, some US and some European.
It all depends on which agency of the government has the primary responsibility for it. For instance: It could be the US Forest Service, The National Park Service, the US Military, or ANY one of many agencies. If the "landmark" is not owned by, or under the control of, the US Government, then it is the state or local jurisdiction in which the landmark lies.
When President Jackson did not renew the charter for the Bank of the US the responsibility of money lending fell to?
No. Fort Knox is a military installation that does hold gold bullion, but it is owned by the US Government. The Federal Reserve Bank is not a typical bank, and nobody really "owns" it. It is a government institution that operates independent of the three main branches of government and sells or buys American government debt to control the supply of money. Do not believe anything you read on the Stormfront website.
If one is looking for an ATM for the bank called U.S. Bank, one can visit their website, go to the 'Locations' tab click on it,make sure the bank box is unchecked and fill in the required information. All the U.S. Bank ATMs for that area will pop up. If one is looking for any US bank ATM, one can visit a website like MoneyPass and most banks will have a locator for their machines…