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Agreement with Comanche, Kiowa, and Apache Indians of Oklahoma. Sec. s David H. Jerome, Alfred M. Wilson, and Warren G. Sayre, duly appointed Commissioners on the part of the United States, did, on the six day of October, eighteen hundred and ninetv-two, conclude an agreement with the Comanche, Kiowa, and Apache tribes of.
Additional homestead entry. A homestead entry which is made by an individual for public lands additional to those he had already acquired under the homestead laws, the total area covered Town-site purposes of homestead entries in Oklahoma. book his original homestead and additional homestead entries not exceeding the maximum area allowed for the class of homestead entry involved.
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Full text of "Circular from the General land office showing the manner of proceeding to obtain title to public lands under the homestead, desert land, and other laws" See other formats.
Full text of "The settler's map and guide book. Oklahoma" See other formats. ADDITIONAL HOMESTEAD ENTRY – An application for title which is made by an individual for public lands additional to those already acquired under the homestead laws.
The total area covered by an original homestead and additional homestead entries could not exceed the maximum area allowed for the class of homestead entry involved.
Approved J (32 Stat., ) ADDITION IN TOWN SITES AND LEASING POWER. AN ACT providing for the withdrawal from public entry of lands needed for town-site purposes in connection with irrigation projects under the Reclamation Act of June seventeenth, nineteen hundred and two, and for other purposes.
ACT To provide for extension of payment on homestead entries on ceded lands of the Fort Peck Indian Reservation, State of Montana, and for other purposes, AN, 68 th Congress, 2 nd Session, H.R. , (Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions Records, series ).
An act to amend chapter. five hundred and eight of the United States Statutes at Large, volume thirty-two, part one, Fifty-seventh Congress, entitled "An act to establish and provide for a clerk for the circuit and district courts of the United States held at Wilmington, North Carolina.” March 3, Little Big Horn College Library • South Weaver Drive • P.O.
Box • Crow Agency, MT Tel. • Fax © Little Big Horn College. Genocide on the Great Plains "law extending the homestead privilege,"and "fees for homestead entries." There were also chapters on the prospects for settling various states.
One chapter covered the status of the Indian was discussed: the quantity which Government allows set apart for a town-site - at one dollar and a quarter per acre.
land. Homestead entries within a radius nf IVi miles from the center of each town site are to be limited to •10 acres and those on all other lands under this project to 80 acres.
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Entries existing on February 7,and allowed prior to April 1,under the Stock Raising Homestead Act of Decem (Thirty-ninth Statutes at Large, page ) [43 U.S.C. et seq.], for land withdrawn as valuable for oil or gas, but not otherwise reserved or withdrawn, are validated, if otherwise regular: Provided, That at.
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Full text of "The story of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: "the biggest little city in the world"" See other formats. Fred R. lived for many years on the old homestead in Wells County, where he died Janujust thirty years to the day after his father's death.
He was then forty-nine years of age and left a family of children. Noah, the youngest child, still lives on a part of the old homestead in Wells County and is married and has a family. The following was from the book, Adams County: A Story of the Great Plains, by Dorothy Weyer Creigh, published inby the Adams County‑Hastings Centennial Commission, page “Ellen D.
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Provision is further made for town-site entries in cases where lands entered under the homestead law are required for town-site purposes, as set forth in paragraph An Act To amend section 9 of the Act of and for putting in force, in reference to suits involving Indian titles, the statutes of limitations of the State of Oklahoma, and providing for the United States to join in certain actions, and for making judgments binding on all parties, and for other purposes.
Under the provisions of the Act of May 2,by which Oklahoma Territory was established. Little filed an application with the Guthrie Land Office, to commute to cash 80 acres of his land as a town site. Little paid $ for acres, allowing for parks, schools and other public purposes as specified on the plat.
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In some of the New England states, where the town system. Also, the first settlers had built shelters around the town site and were daunted by the idea of carving out a second dugout on their land outside of Nicodemus. There was safety in numbers, and the community had created a central storage facility and shared labor, supplies, tools, and : University of Oklahoma Press.
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Bernard parishes; plantation bordered Andrew Jackson's (q.v.) Rodriguez Canal. He lived in Wewoka, Oklahoma and was born inonly a few years after Indian Territory was subsumed by the new state of Oklahoma.
Predominately reared by his traditional grandparents, Mekko Lena was shielded from the white culture during his childhood in the Seminole Nation, living a life in some degree insulted from the mainstream of.
Records show that Lung filed an application to enlarge his homestead in and received a title to that land in His homestead consisted of a frame and stucco house, a store located downstairs and a post office with sleeping quarters on the second floor.
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consisted of Lot 2 in Block B of the town site, while 80 acres of adjoining land was added in The title history was complicated by the fact that the Linehans’ residence and other improvements unwittingly encroached upon their neighbor Thomas Conroy’s homestead (Figure 1).
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Duane M. Gebhard officiating. Burial will be in Grandview Memorial Gardens. Mrs. The White Mountain Apache Tribe is located in the east central region of Arizona, miles northeast of Phoenix.
This group manages the popular Sunrise Park Ski Resort and Fort Apache Timber Company. The Tonto Apache Reservation was created in near Payson in eastern the Tonto National Forest, northeast of Phoenix, the reservation.
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He received his elementary and high school education in the Schoenchen schools.“George McKenzie built the first store in the town-site on the lot where the old Burns Lake Drugs stands. The upper floor was used as a dance hall and on nights when the crowd became boisterous and the dancers were stamping out the Red River Jig or the Kalispel Hop, Gordy Wilson organized a crew to brace the walls and ceiling to prevent them.