Taxation -- Michigan
Found in 34 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains a circular relating that the Comptroller of the Treasury will be established and that customs collectors may withhold expense money from collected taxes.
This collection consists of a deed for land in Berrien County, Michigan, purchased by William Cushing (1864), receipts for taxes paid on the land (1865, 1866), and a deed from the sale of the land to Sarah Harger (1867).
This collections consists of deeds for property owned by William St. John in Berrien County, Michigan. The deeds show that most of the land St. John purchased had been held and auctioned by the state for delinquent taxes. Also included are scattered receipts for property taxes.