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Soldiers" additional homestead entries, Columbia Indian Reservation, Wash.

United States. Congress. House

Soldiers" additional homestead entries, Columbia Indian Reservation, Wash.

by United States. Congress. House

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Homestead law,
  • Soldiers,
  • Columbia Reservation (Wash.)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesRatifying soldiers" additional homestead entries on Columbia Reservation
    SeriesH.rp.4653
    ContributionsUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on Public Lands
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination2 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16088662M

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    States land office:it Spokane, Wash ington, February v, Notice is hereby given that Bert Randolph, of Colville, Washington, who. on August 1, , and May (i, , made homestead and additional homestead entries, Nos. and , for the northeast quarter or the northeast quarter and lot 1, section:!1: northwest quarter of the. An act of congress in August opened the old Fort Lowell land to settlement. That portion in Township 14 South, Range 16 East was not surveyed until —three years after the non-mountainous portion of the township outside the old reservation boundary. The and surveys did not produce a great rush to make homestead entries.

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Soldiers" additional homestead entries, Columbia Indian Reservation, Wash by United States. Congress. House Download PDF EPUB FB2

Reports of special agents,and of charges against special agents, Card files of soldiers' additional homestead entries,and of claims for forest lieu selections, Administrative files, Contest dockets, Attorney files, Timber trespass and permit files, AHE Additional homestead entry All Min All minerals Allot Allotment Als PS Alaska public sale Ind Mer Indian Meridian Ind Res Indian reservation Page 5 of Index of Standard Abbreviations SAH Soldier's additional homestead SB Mer San Bernardino Meridian Sch School Scn Scenic.

The reservation had as its boundaries the Okanogan River to the west, the International Border to the north, the Columbia River to the east and south. The original Colville reservation was steadily reduced as a result of pressure from settlers and miners who had invaded the area, particularly in the Okanogan and Columbia River areas as well as.

Reservation: Chehalis Tribes: Chinook, Clatsop, Chehalis Acres: Established by: Order of the Secretary of the Interior, July 8, ; Executive order, Oct. 1, acres set aside for school purposes; the residue, 3, acres, was restored to the public domain for Indian homestead entry.

36 Indians made homestead selections, covering all the land. The Reservation and the Destruction of Indian Culture Robert M. Utley _____ Westward expansion has been a feature of American history from its very beginnings. Never was that expansion more rapid-one might almost say frenzied-than in the quarter-century after the Civil Size: KB.

Kalispel Indian Reservation: 4, The town of Cusick, in Pend Oreille County. Lower Elwha Indian Reservation: The mouth of the Elwha River, in Clallam County.

Lummi Indian Reservation: 6, 21, West of Bellingham, in western Whatcom County. Makah Indian Reservation: 1, 27, On Cape Flattery in Clallam County. Muckleshoot. American History and Genealogy Project. Washington; Stevens, Walla Walla. Washington Land Records. U.S., Bureau of Land Management Tract Books, 3, land management tract books containing official records of the land status and transactions involving surveyed public lands arranged by state and then by township and range.

The area north of the Chelan River as far as the Canadian border was the Columbia Indian Reservation before and was open only to homestead entry, not to the establishment of townsites. InPresident Grover Cleveland ordered that the reservation be abolished and that certain Indians could take land allotments.

September 6, — General reclamation circular. (42 L. D., ) Laws and regulations relating to the reclamation of arid lands by the United States. Ma — Homestead entries and water right applications for lands within the Flathead Irrigation Project, Flathead Indian Reservation.

Note: This alphabetical index to the Guide to Federal Records in the National Archives of the United States is based on a paper version with the same title compiled in The index does not reflect updates to the Guide.

The updated web version of the Guide. 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. Scope and Content. The maps in this collection are predominantly of the Pacific Northwest and, more particularly, of Washington State.

Typical information furnished for each of the separate maps described includes title, publisher, artist, cartographer and/or engraver (when known), as well as special notes, e.g., manuscript map, photocopy, facsimile, etc. Meridian: Washington, D.C.

Shows location and names of Indian reservations in the United States. Insets: Alaska -- Mission Ind. Res. in California -- Indian Territory. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Aberdeen - Billy's Bar and Grill - This Building has two floors, the first floor has the restaurant, the second floor used to contain a prostitution house some of the ladies and a very infamous ghost named Billy Ghol may haunt the place lights go on and off at night cold spots and fog on the plate glass mirror.

Arlington - Old Arlington High School - A man doing maintenance on the auditorium. Click the Search Tract Books button. You will be switched to the "Search Results" page.

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South Dakota Veterans of Foreign Wars Publications (H) The Veterans News, November December Box A South Dakota Overseas Veterans, April March FB Spargur, Jack (H) Photographs, This collection consists of four prints of soldiers wearing the “Ike” uniforms.

Box B Stephens, Ernest (H). A trip through the onetime “Moses Reservation” (Columbia Indian Reservation), Washington Territory, in July & August of turns up all the Chinuk Wawa we’d expect from Salish people there and then (hayuuu) The document is “Explorations in the Upper Columbia Country” by (Lieutenant) Samuel Rodman, Jr.

in The Overland Monthly of Marchpages American Indian and Alaskan Native Documents in the Congressional Serial Set: Report of the Secretary of the Interior; being part of the message and documents communicated to the two Houses of Congress at the beginning of the second session of the Forty-fifth Congress: Report of the Secretary of the Interior, COLUMBIA COUNTY CHAPTER I - Current Events - to The Lewis and Clark Explorers Pass Down Snake River * This Was One Hundred Years Ago * Dangerous Rapids and Scarcity of Game * Incident of the Honesty of Indians * The Famous Nez Perce Trails * Captain Booneville Arrives at Alpowa Creek * Site of the Town of Dayton the Scene of a Battle With Indians * Governor Stevens' Description.

I was writing a book of fiction about the Columbia River, the mid-section, and found this book so valuable. The author has done authentic research, through photographs and oral as well as written regional history, and I found out about the changes taking place on the Columbia with the introduction of dams and other industrialization, and what the Indian inhabitants, there for many thousands of Reviews: 6.

Land Records News. Townsites Located. Tripp County, South Dakota, the million-acre Indian reservation which will be opened up in August, next. Of the country Mr. Backus said: of the Gregory land office to the effect that where any homestead settlers in Tripp county have made what is termed an additional entry, that is, have entered.Chief Moses (born Kwiltalahun, later called Sulk-stalk-scosum - "The Sun Chief") (c.

– Ma ) was a Native American chief of the Sinkiuse-Columbia, in what is now Washington territory of his tribe extended approximately from Waterville to White Bluffs, in the Columbia were often in the area around Moses tribe numbered perhaps a few hundred individuals.Twenty-five soldiers also died, and 39 were wounded (6 of the wounded would later die).[8] At least twenty soldiers were awarded the Medal of Honor.[9] Inthe National Congress of American Indians passed two resolutions condemning the awards and called on the U.S.

government to .