Medicare Tax, Personal Property Tax, Privilege
tax, Property Tax, Real Estate Tax, Service Charge Tax,
Social Security Tax, Road Usage Tax, Sales Tax, Recreational
Vehicle Tax, School Tax, State Income Tax, State UnemploymentTax (SUTA) and there's more next time.
Speaking again of genealogy, here are some books I'd like to take a look at or maybe buy one of these days (available from the Hutchinson Book Company Catalog):
1. Early Ohio Setters. My great-great-great-grandfather was one of the first settlers in Northern Ohio, but he had relatives who settled south and a little west of him, one of whom was named Lora (first name), who, at first, I thought was a female, but he wasn't. He was a friend of the John Brown family who settled nearby, and was one of the people that Mr. Brown wrote to before he was hanged for his slavery work in Virginia.
2. Centennial History of Susquehanna County, Penn. More relatives were supposedly early settlers or passing through and stayed for awhile.
3. Histroy of Susquehanna County
4. Centennial History of Oregon
5. Oregon Portrait and Biographical Record of Western Oregon
6. History of the Willamette Valley
7. Early Connecticut Houses. Connecticut was where most of my ancestors settled, Hartford, Litchfield, Norfolk, Simsbury, Windsor, and other places. The histories and biographies of the first settlers and others of any of these places may turn out to be a wealth of knowledge
8. Portrait and Biographical Record of Denver and Vicinity
I don't necessarily want to own these, but I would like to thumb through them and maybe latch on to one or two just for my own amusement and knowledge.