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3 edition of Relief of desert-land entrymen. found in the catalog.

Relief of desert-land entrymen.

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Public Lands

Relief of desert-land entrymen.

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

    Subjects:
  • Deserts,
  • Public lands

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesTo extend time for final proof under desert-land laws
    SeriesH.rp.1464
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination5 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18292933M

    In addition to these requirements, the amount of land that could be settled was reduced from to acres, and the entrymen had to be residents of the state. Under the Desert Land Act, the law extended only to California, Oregon and Nevada and to the territories of Washington, Idaho, Montana, Utah, New Mexico, and the Dakotas. The Legacy of Conquest - Pt1 Pg - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or view presentation slides online. Pages of the Legacy of Conquest By Patricia Nelson Limerick The "settling" of the American West has been powerfully perceived throughout the world as a series of quaint, violent, and romantic adventuresmost withhappy endings and a process that came to an end with.


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Relief of desert-land entrymen. by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Public Lands Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Relief for certain desert land entrymen in Idaho: report (to accompany S. [United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.].

a bill to provide relief for certain desert land entrymen in the state of Idaho S. a bill to exempt entities receiving financial assistance from the Rural Electrification Administration from fees under the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of   Author of Timber-culture laws, Granting Certain Oil-Reserve Revenues to States, Fees of registers and receivers, Alaska Coal-Leasing Bill, Selections filed by land-grant railroads, Pre-emption and homestead settlers in California, Relief of desert-land entrymen, Red River, Okla., Oil-Land Royalties.

Desert land entries with statutes and regulations are available in Circulars and These book Jets also explain relief to desert land entrymen.

Reclamation is told of in the "General Reclamation Circular of Sept. 6, " Timber and stone laws are giv en in Circular State land selections are given in Circular and Circular of. (Record Group 49) (bulk ) OVERVIEW OF RECORDS LOCATIONS Table of Contents ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY GENERAL RECORDS OF THE GENERAL LAND OFFICE AND THE BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT Correspondence Records relating to lands administration Other records RECORDS OF OPERATING.

Washington City, Feb. 2.—Special.—The Teller and Doollttle bill, introduced re spectively by these gentlemen in the sen ate and house, will be a great relief to many desert land entrymen in Eastern Washington, many of whom are at pres ent residents of Western Washington who have gone across the mountains to try and acquire a little property.

TITLE VII -- TO PROVIDE RELIEF FOR CERTAIN DESERT LAND ENTRYMEN IN IDAHO SEC. The Congress finds that -- (1) certain developed and productive desert land entries in Idaho, identified in section of this title, made pursuant to the Act entitled "An Act to provide for the sale of desert lands in certain States and Territories", approved.

The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, comprising sections to and to b of this Appendix, was originally enacted as act Oct. 17,ch.54 Stat.known as the Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Relief Act ofand amended by acts Oct. 6. statement of lynn engdahl, special assistant to the director, bureau of land management, u.s.

department of the interior, before the subcommittee on public lands and reserved water, committee on energy and natural resources, united states senate, on s.a bill "to provide relief for certain desert land entrymen in the state of idaho.".

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Circular from the General land office showing the manner of proceeding to obtain title to public lands under the homestead, desert land, and other Janu (Washington, Gov't print.

off., ), by United States. General Land Office (page images at HathiTrust). Desert-land Under the "desert-land entry" any citizen of the United States Entry. over twenty-one years of age can settle on unoccupied desert land up to a maximum area of acres, and, if he proves that he has brought water on to it and cultivated one-eighth of the area and expended $3 per acre within four years, he obtains possession on.

This is a suit brought by petitioner in a federal District Court for Oregon against respondents, to enjoin them from interfering with the waters of Rogue river in the state of Oregon in any such way as to lessen the volume which flows over and along petitioner's land, and particularly from carrying on any drilling or blasting operations in the bed of the stream or removing rocks or other.

56, after 1. 38 insert - (41 Stat. L., ). 57, after 1. 19 insert: Departmental Interchange of Service and Materials. - Act provides inter changeability of service and material between one bureau or department and another with reciprocal exchange of funds which shall be available for two years after such allocation.

East Oregonian: E.O. (Pendleton, OR) current, AugEVENING EDITION, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2, brought to you by University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene. (b) Where an individual water user, or individual applicant for a water right under a Federal irrigation project constructed or being constructed under the Act of J (32 Stat.

), or any act amendatory thereof or supplementary thereto, makes application prior to January 1,alleging that he will be unable to make the payments. Full text of "Reports of the Department of the Interior for the Fiscal Year ended J " See other formats.

Title: California Oregon Power Co. Beaver Portland Cement Co. et al. - Argued April 5, 8, Decided Ap See appendix A, 'Tract Book and Township Plat Map Guide to Federal Land States' in Hone's Land and PropertyLand and Property Research in the United States, ' (2) Locate the patent recorded in a deed book (the grantor will be the U.S.

government) or a reference to the tract in a subsequent deed. (3) Calculate the. The tract book or patent should supply the necessary information, but the Suitland archives does not have either, so the information must accompany the request for the case file.

The case files are briefly described in Harry P. Yoshpe and Philip P. Brower, Preliminary Inventory of the Land-Entry Papers of the General Land Office (Washington, D. • Land Records Home • Deed Records • State-Land Records • Southern Land Grants • • New England Town • Public-Domain Records • Military Bounty Land • Land Tax Records • More than 1 billion acres has been doled out by the government of the United States over the years.

That doesn't count. Most entrymen filed, as Alice did, under the earlier provisions. Only afterwhen the residence requirement under the Enlarged Homestead Act was relaxed from five years to three, did the number of enlarged homestead entries soar, and people like Alice who had already claimed acres filed second claims, bringing their total holdings up.

Desert Land Act () The Federal Government sold desert land cheaply on the condition that the purchaser irrigate the soil for three years. Significance: Although the Desert Land Act was partly based on the Homestead Act and the Preemption Act (), it did not contain a key provision of those acts, namely the residence requirement.

THE LONG CHANCE By Peter B. Kyne Illustrated By Frank Tenny Johnson (Illustrations not available in this edition) {Illustration: IT WAS THE DESERT CALL FOR HELP; THREE FIRES IN A ROW BY NIGHT.

THREE COLUMNS OF SMOKE AGAINST THE. NAVY DEPARTMENT. OFFICE OF NAVAL RECORDS AND LIBRARY. HISTORICAL SECTION. Publication Number 3. DIGEST CATALOGUE OF LAWS AND JOINT RESOLUTIONS. THE NAVY AND THE WORLD WAR. JUNE. Goshen Irrigation Dist. PATHFINDER IRRIGATION, 62 F. Supp. 2d (D. Wyo. ) case opinion from the US District Court for the District of Wyoming.

The government sought to make bigger plots of land available in regions where small farming had proven impractical. The Desert Land Act () offered acres to settlers who would irrigate the land, but it brought small relief for farmers because the land was too dry.

These properties soon fell out of the hands of homesteaders and into those. Theodore Roosevelt's Third State of the Union Address. and for the relief of trade by the removal of some of the obstacles which have embarrassed it in the past.

The Chinese Government engages, on fair and equitable conditions, which will probably be accepted by the principal commercial nations, to abandon the levy of "liken" and other. General Summary The U.S. Code is a consolidation and codification by subject matter of the general and permanent laws of the United States.

While every effort has been made to ensure that this reproduction of the Code is accurate, those using it for legal purposes should verify their results against the printed version of the Code available through the Government Printing Office. ACT OF MARCH 3, – See DESERT LAND ENTRY. Also See CAREY ACTS, which provided for grants of desert lands to states.

ACT OF – This Act contained the authorization for the creation of the first “Land Districts” and the provision for the placement of errors of measurement and convergence in the northern and western tiers. The Desert-land Act, which requires on the part of the purchaser the ownership of a water-right and thorough reclamation of the land by irrigation, and the payment of $ per acre.

The Donation or Carey Act, under which the State selects the land and provides for its reclamation, and the title vests in the settler who resides upon the land. Ord. Termination of President's War Relief Control Board. Ord., 11 F.R.provided: Executive Order No.

of Jis revoked, and the President's War Relief Control Board established by that order is hereby terminated. Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.)JanuPage 7, Image 7, brought to you by University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR, and the National. the Homestead Actof, the Desert Land Act ofand the Timber and Stone Act of & Moreover, while some contemporary legislation wag adopted affecting forested public-domain lands, it was largely bdncerned with timber sup-ply, and without regard for land observationn or the effect of tree cover on watershed protection.".

Sectionact Aug. 21,ch.39 Stat.authorized disposition of all agricultural lands within military reservations in Nevada under homestead and desert-land laws.

Sectionact June 3,ch.43 Stat.authorized acquisition of all unreserved public lands within the Columbia or Moses Reserve in Washington to be. Desert Land Act Stock ranchers of the West score a major coup.

A person can gain tentative title to acres-a full section, a square mile-upon initial payment of 25¢ an acre. After 3 years he can gain clear title upon further payment of $1 an acre, if he can prove he has irri­ gated a portion of the land.

Some bought land in railroad grants, and not a few used dummy entrymen.3 After the passage of the Deseret Land Act insettlers could purchase acres before land surveys were completed. Full text of "Annual report of the Commissioner of the General Land Office to the Secretary of the Interior" See other formats.

" * * * In case the construction of the project works, or of any specified part thereof, have been begun but not completed with the time prescribed in the license, or as extended by the commission, then the Attorney General, upon the request of the commission, shall institute proceedings in equity in the district court of the United States for.

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s. department of the interior bureau of land management glossary of blm surveying and mapping terms prepared by the cadastral survey training staff denver service center searchable pdf Congress passed the Desert Land Act to encourage and promote the economic development of the arid and semiarid public lands of the western United States.

Through the act, "white, male, heads of households" applied for a desertland entry to reclaim, irrigate, and cultivate up to acres. 45 This legislation facilitated the initial settlement.