School, tax, and other records, ca. 1865-1929

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Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1993
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.


Microfilm of records located at the Alpine County Historical Records Commission, Markleeville, California.

Includes school statistics, correspondence, accounts, petitions by county citizens to appoint superintendents of public instruction, etc., 1875-1903; apportionment decrees, 1878-1929; petitions and requests for payments allowed by the county Board of Supervisors, 1869-1886; certificates of appointment to Board of Education 1888; election notes, 1865; certificates of election, 1880; school census statistics, 1876; Sheriff's fee bills, 1889; statement of licenses and property tax collection, 1879; delinquent tax lists, 1887, 1891; receipts for county taxes, 1931; treasure and miscellaneous records and reports, 1887-1919; miscellaneous claims, 1883-1902; order cutting salaries, 1866; proclamation decrying assassination of Lincoln and Seward, 1865.



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