3 edition of First United States land surveys, 1786. found in the catalog.
First United States land surveys, 1786.
Written in English
|Statement||Thomas Hutchins, geographer. By Col. Charles Whittlesey.|
|Series||Western reserve historical society. Tract [v. 2, no.] 71|
|LC Classifications||F495 .W62|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||495|
|LC Control Number||04022370|
Search or browse digitized United States Land Office certificates of title for soldiers, their heirs, and assignees, dated from to and arranged alphabetically by the last name of the soldier. These land grants (generally 40 acres) were given in token of military service during the Creek, Cherokee, and Seminole Indian Wars, the Mexican War, the Florida War, and the War of or. James SKAGGS, Jr. first appeared in the records in when he received lands from his father and mother, James and Rachel SKAGGS. He may be the one designated as "Little James SKAGGS jr." who reported in that he had seen Indians between Ninian CLOYD's and Peter POOR's (Chalkley, Chronicles, III, ; Preston Papers, Draper Mss., 3 QQ 54).
From to , Meriwether Lewis and William Clark explored and mapped the area with considerable accuracy for the time period, allowing for the western expansion of the United States. Other famous land surveyors. There are, of course, other examples. The United States of America was created on July 4, , with the Declaration of Independence of thirteen British colonies. In the Lee Resolution of July 2, , the colonies resolved that they were free and independent states. Their independence was recognized by Great Britain in the Treaty of Paris of , which concluded the American Revolutionary War.
Plan of Bradley and Eddington area contain acres. Adjacent to east side of Penobscot River and New Worcester surveyed by Barnabas Dodge in Surveyed for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in Includes notation "11, acres, including Ponds, assigned for Jonathan Eddy and other Refugees from Nova Scotia with such Settlers as Settled thereon before the first day of . The Land Ordinance of was adopted by the United States Congress of the Confederation on It set up a standardized system whereby settlers could purchase title to farmland in the undeveloped west. Congress at the time did not have the power to raise revenue by direct taxation, so land sales provided an important revenue stream.
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Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Whittlesey, Charles, ; Format: Book;  p. ; 24 cm. January 10 – The Treaty of Hopewell is signed between the United States of America and the Chickasaw Nation. January 31 – The Treaty of Fort Finney, is signed on Janubetween the United States and certain leaders of the Shawnee.
March 26 – Columbia, South Carolina is chartered as the first planned city in the United s: s, s, s, s. OHIO LANDS Ohio occupies a unique place in the development of the public lands of the United States.
No other state experienced so many different systems of original land survey. As the first state formed out of the public domain, Ohio was the social labo-ratory in which Congress worked out not only the basic Federal Rectangular Survey.
The Iroquois in Ohio; Publication. Cleveland, Western Reserve and Northern Ohio Historical Society. Note. Caption title; Date of publication suggested by NUC pre imprints; Includes: First United States land surveys,Seven Ranges in Ohio, Thomas Hutchins, geographer, signed Charles Whittlesey (p.
) Base of film safety. Surveying book entries dated before include all English-language works that were either used or were susceptible to having been used in America. Those after are limited to ones published in the United States with the exception of a few specialty books.
Thomas Lincoln (January 6, – Janu ) was an American farmer, carpenter, and father of the 16th President of the United States, Abraham some of his ancestors, Lincoln could not write, but he was a well-respected community and church member known for his : January 6,Rockingham County, Virginia.
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This book is a fascinating study of the art of surveying and the surveying of the land that became the United States.
It's a wonderful supplement to the history of the country, as it conveys how important measuring and demarcating the land mass was to our knowledge of the land and its geography and to ownership of by: Public Land Surveys of the United States [Thomas Jefferson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Thomas Jefferson.
Get this from a library. Northern Neck surveys, [Virginia. Northern Neck Proprietary.; Virginia State Library and Archives (Richmond, Va.); Virginia. Land Office.] -- Northern Neck Proprietary existed from and its records were later transferred to the Virginia Land Office.
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Survey Land Records • - –Clarks’ Grant surveys • – - Land Survey Record Time frames –Original Field Notes –(pilot project) • - Second Principal Meridian (PM02) Adopted –Majority of Indiana –Governing surveys -Illinois and Indiana.
–Initial Point - LatitudeLongitude • - First Principal Meridian (PM01) AdoptedFile Size: 1MB. U.S. General Land Office, Instructions to the Surveyors General of Public Lands of the United States, for those Surveying Districts Established in and Since the Year ; Containing, Also, A Manual of Instructions to Regulate the Field Operations of Deputy Surveyors, (Washington, ), 56 pages and 3 folding plates.
This is the first of the. All of the volumes contain the same introduction, information about the First Census, historical background on the United States ina copy of the First Census Act, and a sumary table providing the total population of the United States, the 16 states, and the southwest territory.
Additionally, each state volume contains 1) summary tables. basic legal property description for most of the land originally surveyed by the United States government in the 29 public land states. The original field notes and plats of the United States government land surveys in Ohio have been deposited by the Auditor of State into the State of Ohio Archives at the Ohio Historical Center in Columbus.
Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Whittlesey, Charles, ; Format: Book;  p. Discovery of the Ohio River by Robert Cavalier de La Salle A New York State Comptroller's Office Register of Buyers of State Lands, A New York State Comptroller's Office Register of Lands Sold by the Surveyor General, B New York State Department of Taxation and Finance Reports of Sales of State Lands, B New York State Department of Taxation and Finance.
Northern Neck Surveys, On 9 Family History Library films beginning with filmFHL Collection. Each volume is indexed. Surveys, ; index, land surveys, FHL Film (first of 92 films, index on films Bounty warrants, FHL Film (first of 31 films), index on films The. important surveys of the time including the southern boundary of the United States and the western boundary of Pennsylvania.
This later survey was of particular importance as it was the beginning point of the Public Land Survey System, where land west of the Pennsylvania/Ohio border was systematically divided into square townships. EllicottFile Size: KB. Records of the Alaska State Office. Textual Records (in Anchorage): Field notes for surveys of the Fairbanks base line, ; for townsite surveys, ; for rectangular surveys, ; for metes and bounds surveys, ; for mineral surveys, ; and for U.S.
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S. Philbeck, FHL Collection, FHL book R28p. Old Bladen County was formed in and was the parent county of Anson, Brunswick, Columbus, Cumberland, Robeson, and part of.This collection of records comprise original plats and accompanying papers relative to land grants made by the commonwealth after for land in the Northern Neck.
Since there was a delay between the issuance of the first document, the warrant, and the final one.