Internal revenue assessment lists for South Carolina, 1864-1866 : National Archives microfilm publications, pamphlet describing M789

National Archives and Records Service. General Services Administration
Books/Monographs
English
Washington, D.C. : National Archives and Records Service. General Services Administration, 1973
7 p.
National Archives microfilm publications. Pamphlet accompanying microcopy; M789

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Title taken from cover.

"On the two rolls of this microfilm publication are reproduced unbound tax assessment lists for the three collection districts established for the State of South Carolina by Executive order dated May 30, 1865. The lists were created in the offices of assessors and assistant assessors of Internal Revenue during the period 1865-66. ...These records are part of Records of the Internal Revenue Service, Record Group 58, in the National Archives. ...These introductory remarks were written by Steele Hill." -- P. 1, 3.

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