Bill Schultz, an accredited APS Chief Judge and prolific exhibitor, will present his research on the subject of toll gates and toll houses (1800-1899), including; a historical retrospective, roles, differentiation of gates and houses, a state by state analysis, the ways that toll gates and toll houses assisted and hindered the movement of mail and more.
This presentation was recorded on October 29, 2020 during the 11th Postal History Symposium.
Video Duration: 60 minutes
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