|Tubbs, Joel B.|| ||Waterloo, Seneca County||New York||1857||1882|
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The cencus of 1860 indicates he had $2,000 invested in the business and employed two
hands at a total of $50/month. During the year ending June 1, 1860, he purchased
300 gun barrels and iron, steel, and brass at a total of $3,000. During the same
period he made 200 double guns valued at $4,500 and 100 single guns valued at $1,000.
Also made percussion over-under, mule-ear hammer rifles and shotguns.