City of New Orleans 1861 Tax Bill Confederate Imprint
Very Good. 1862. A rare City of New Orleans tax bill dated March 1st, 1862, for taxes of 1861. Printed and filled out on both sides. Some chips and a fold split, light soil. Printed tax categories are Real Estate; Slaves; Horses, Mules, etc. ; Stock in Ships, etc. ; Capital; Income; and Household Furniture. The bill for Lucien Malus lists $4300 in real estate with the addresses of the properties listed on the verso, along with his record notes in French. Lucien Malus was associated with the Constance or Uncle Sam plantation west of New Orleans. ; 8 1/4" x 10"; 2 pp . (Inventory #: 011030)
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