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1867 [2018/08/20 10:56]
kbilz [More Information]
1867 [2019/06/19 10:56] (current)
jgregory [Boone County]
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   * March 9, 1867 - Boone County officially declares that [[legalization_of_taxation_of_negroes_and_mulatoes|Negro and Mulatto citizens]] are taxpayers and any unpaid real estate and personal property taxes are deemed delinquent.   * March 9, 1867 - Boone County officially declares that [[legalization_of_taxation_of_negroes_and_mulatoes|Negro and Mulatto citizens]] are taxpayers and any unpaid real estate and personal property taxes are deemed delinquent.
   * [[Julia Dinsmore]]'​s sister [[isabella_ramsay_dinsmore_flandrau|Isabella]] dies.  Julia brings Isabella'​s children back to the [[Dinsmore Homestead]] to raise.   * [[Julia Dinsmore]]'​s sister [[isabella_ramsay_dinsmore_flandrau|Isabella]] dies.  Julia brings Isabella'​s children back to the [[Dinsmore Homestead]] to raise.
-  * Charles [[Kottmyer ​family|Kottmyer]] converts the [[Anderson Ferry]] operation from horse power to steam power. The first steam ferry is christened Boone No. 1 in honor of Daniel Boone.+  * Charles [[Kottmeyer ​family|Kottmyer]] converts the [[Anderson Ferry]] operation from horse power to steam power. The first steam ferry is christened Boone No. 1 in honor of Daniel Boone.
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