4 edition of Report of the Surveyor-General of Arizona. found in the catalog.
Report of the Surveyor-General of Arizona.
United States. General Land Office.
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The Arizona Ombudsman-Citizens’ Aide Office’s Annual Report to the Arizona Legislature is now available. This report covers January through December The Public Record, Winter / — Public Access Newsletter. On June 9, , Gandara presented a petition to the surveyor general for the territory of Arizona for a survey of the lands, in order that the title might be reported on and confirmed, in accordance with the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo of and the Gadsden treaty of and the laws of the United States.
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included ill the estimate of expenditures upon any other claim. A copy of the report of (Yea, C, Clark U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor, dated is hereto attached. Ari zona General for.- 18 Office of U. S. Surveyor General, Phoenix, Arizona Oct. 5, ' m. BANCROFT, HUBERT HOWE: History of Arizona and New Mexico. San Francisco, The History Company, _____ History of the North American States and Texas. WASSON, JOHN: Report and Opinion of Surveyor-general of Arizona Territory. Senate Executive Document No. , of 46th Congress, Second Session,
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Get this from a library. Report of the U.S. Surveyor General for the district of Arizona as to the validity of a claim to lands under the so-called Peralta grant: sought to be confirmed by James Addison Peralta Revis, filed Maand also upon claim filed by Dona Sofia Loreta Micaela de Maso Revis y Peralta de la Cordoba, and James Addison Peralta Revis, filed Sept.
2, In his first report to the Commissioner of the General Land Office at Washington, under date of August 30th,he gives a short but interesting account of conditions in Arizona at that time which follows: [page ] ‘‘"REPORT OF THE SURVEYOR GENERAL OF ARIZONA TERRITORY. "UNITED STATES' SURVEYOR GENERAL'S OFFICE.
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James Addison Reavis ( – Novem ), later using the name James Addison Peralta-Reavis, the so-called Baron of Arizona, was an American forger and is best known in association with the Peralta land grant, also known as the Barony of Arizona, a pair of fraudulent land claims which, if certified, would have granted him ownership o square miles (48, “The Surveyor-General of Arizona is hereby notified that, in pursuance of law, I, John B.
Allen, of the First Judicial District, in the Territory [page ] of Arizona, have pre-empted a tract of land containing one hundred and sixty acres, lying about two miles west of the southwest corner of the Pimas and Maricopas reservation, and.
For years, Reavis had claimed to be the heir to a massive Spanish land grant, and went so far as to file a claim with the surveyor general of Arizona, using. Title [Reports of the Surveyor General of New Mexico and the Secretary of the Interior to the House Committee on Private Land Claims, ] (Microform).
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Copies exist in the li braries of the universities of Arizona and California, and the li brary of the Arizona Pioneer Historical Society. It was a masterly demolition. Get directions, maps, and traffic for Arizona. Check flight prices and hotel availability for your visit.
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You can get a brief description of what each field means by hovering your mouse over it. Francisco Montes Vigil land grant, no. 91, New Mexico. Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, transmitting in compliance with the act of Ja report of the surveyor-general of New Mexico on land-grant to Francisco Montes Vigil, Being priva.
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In order to make this beneficent provision of the treaty available to the holders of Mexican titles, on JCongress passed what is known as the surveyor-general's act, providing that people claiming titles to public lands might go before the surveyor-general of New Mexico, prove their titles, and he should report to the commissioner.
Download Free Report From The Interior Book in PDF and EPUB Free Download. You can read online Report From The Interior and write the review. Letter from the Acting Secretary of the Interior Transmitting Report from the Surveyor General of Arizona on the Tres Alamos Tract No 17 December 19 Ordered to be Printed and Referred to the.
Greater Arizona Collection Arizona State University Library P.O. Box Tempe, AZ Phone: () E-Mail: [email protected] Questions? Ask An Archivist! Biographical Note.Inan aristocratic-looking man suddenly appeared in Phoenix, Arizona, and calmly announced that thanks to his possession of the Spanish titles of Baron de Arizonaca and Caballero de los Colorados, he owned the entire city and an area surrounding it that amounted to nearly eleven million acres.book about, reviewed, Adventures in the Apache Country, by J.
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