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United States. General Land Office



  • Existence: 1812 - 1946

Found in 4 Records:

Letters patent granting Charlotty Livers 42 acres in the district of lands subject to sale at Kaskaskia, Illinois. U.S. General Land Office.

 Collection — Folder 1
Call Number: MS Q2:12

Letters patent, granting Charlotty Livers of Monroe County, Illinois, 42 acres in Section 6, Township 3 S of Range 10 W, in the district of lands subject to sale at Kaskaskia, Illinois.

Dates: 1838

Letters patent granting Gilbert Wilson 40 acres in Kaskasia, Illinois

 Collection — Folder 1
Call Number: MS Q2:14

Letters patent, granting Gilbert Wilson of Randolph County, Illinois, 40 acres in Section 17, Township 4 S of Range 8 W...Kaskaskia. Signed (proxy?) by Z. Taylor.

Dates: 1850

Samuel Clarke Pomeroy letters

Call Number: RH MS P121
Overview The letters were written during the time Pomeroy was senator and deal with the following topics: biographical information for the Congressional Directory; requests for publications to be sent to individuals; and a reference letter. The majority of the letters concern moving the U.S. Land Office from Independence, Kansas, to Neodesha. In later correspondence he refutes charges by D. R. Anthony that he bought votes or received compensation from Neodesha and resents the committee set up to...
Dates: 1861 - 1873

U.S. Land Office certificates issued for Kansas and Oklahoma

Call Number: RH MS Q251

This collection, compiled by Kenneth Spencer Research Library staff from a variety of donors and sources, includes land certificates authorized by the United States General Land Office for real property in Kansas, as well as some properties in Alva, Oklahoma.

Dates: 1859 - 1902