Bridgewater Poll Tax of 1894
A poll tax, also known as a head tax, is a tax imposed on residents with no regard to their income or property. This poll tax was imposed in 1894, and serves as a census of the males over the age of 20 living in Bridgewater, Mass. For ease of research, the data has been sorted four different ways: by the individual's name, by the street they lived on, by their occupation, and by theirages.
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|Compiler||Robert B. Wood|
|Publisher||Old Bridgewater Historical Society|