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Personal Property Tax Lists

If your ancestor did not own real property‚ determine if there were local personal property tax lists kept and if they can be accessed. These are typically county or city records and not all are extant. However‚ if they are‚ they May list people who do not appear on real property tax lists.

 

American History

From Pre-Columbian to the New Millennium

The word history comes from the Greek word historía which means to learn or know by inquiry. In the pieces that follow we encourage you to probe dispute dig deeper — inquire. History is not static. Its fluid. It changes and grows and becomes richer and more complex when any individual interacts with it.

Knowledge of history is empowering. An event is but the furthest ripple of an ever-expanding wave that May have started eddying outward hundreds of years ago. One who sees history is able to harness the power of that waves entire journey.

Finally the best history has at its foundation a story. A printer challenges a King and so is laid the foundation of the first amendment; a New Jersey miner finds gold in California and sets off a torrent of movement westward; a woman going home from work does not relinquish her seat and a Civil Rights movement explodes.

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