Spanish and British land grants in Mississippi Territory, 1750-1784 (Selections from the American state papers)

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Spanish and British Land Grants in Mississippi Territory, Three Parts in One. Originally Published as MonographsSelections from the a (Selections from the American State Papers) by Alison Smith (Author), Clifford Neal Smith (Author)Price: $ About Spanish and British Land Grants in Mississippi Territory, When established by Congress inthe Mississippi Territory encompassed the present-day state of Mississippi and seven present-day counties in Alabama.

The work at hand, which derives from "Public Lands" and "Claims" records found in "The American State Papers" consists of British and Spanish land grants or patents made to Americans and subsequently recorded in the Register's Office for the Mississippi Territory.

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Spanish and British Land Grants in Mississippi Territory, Three Parts in One. Originally Published as MonographsSelections from "The American State Papers". Spanish and British Land Grants in Mississippi Territory, The work at hand, which derives from "Public Lands" and "Claims" records found in "The American State Papers," consists of British and Spanish land grants or patents made to Americans and subsequently recorded in the Register's Office for the Mississippi Territory.

Home / Colonial / Spanish and British Land Grants in Mississippi Territory, Spanish and British Land Grants in Mississippi Territory, Three Parts in One. Mississippi, Homestead and Cash Entry Patents, Pre Ancestry. Spanish and British Land Grants in Mississippi Territory, Ancestry. U.S., Indexed Early Land Ownership and Township Plats, Ancestry.

United States Bureau of Land Management Tract Books, Family Search. United States, Freedmen's Bureau, Land and Property Records, Family Search Land. Original data: First settlers of the Mississippi Territory: grants taken from the American state papers, class VIII, Public lands, volume I, Nacogdoches, Tex.

Louis, Mo.: Distributed by Ericson Books ; Distributed by Ingmire Publications, Mississippi is a federal-land state. Land transactions were generally acquired from the federal government or other individuals. Prior to U.S. possession, lands were acquired from the French and the Spanish governments.

For federal government purchases, consult the Bureau of Land Management, Eastern States Office’s patent indexes, available on CD-ROM through various genealogical vendors. Get this from a library. Spanish and British land grants in Mississippi Territory, [Clifford Neal Smith]. The work at hand, which derives from "Public Lands" and "Claims" records found in "The American State Papers" (see Clifford Neal Smith's French and British Land Grants in the Post Vincennes (Indiana) District, ), consists of British and Spanish land grants or patents made to Americans and subsequently recorded in the Register's Office for.

The work at hand, which derives from "Public Lands" and "Claims" records found in "The American State Papers" (see Clifford Neal Smith's French and British Land Grants in the Post Vincennes (Indiana) District, ), consists of British and Spanish land grants or patents made to Americans and subsequently recorded in the Register's Office for the Mississippi Territory.

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Bureau of Land Management (BLM) General Land Office Records: The BLM administers Federal Land for public land states including Mississippi, and maintains records of land patents which granted land from the Federal Government to individuals.

Use the Land Patent Search to locate land grants by name. Spanish and British Land Grants in Mississippi Territory, Book ($) U.S., Bureau of Land Management Tract Books, Images only. Land Patents - Mississippi, ($), index; Bureau of Land Management Land Patents, index; Pre-territorial settlers acquired their land from France, Great Britain, and Spain.

When Mississippi became a United States territory, there were many disputes over the. Spanish and British Land Grants in Mississippi Territory, – Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Stadler, Frances Hurd. Louis: History of the City from its Founding to Eve of th Anniversary.

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Originally Published as Monographs 5. – The Mississippi Territory, which included portions of present day Mississippi and Alabama, – Congress enacted a comprehensive land grant allowing residents who held grants from the Spanish and the British to keep them.

Also land offices were opened and were able to award new grants Family History Sources in Mississippi. The Spanish Land Grants were land claims filed by settlers in Florida after the transfer of the territory from Spain to the United States in in order to prove land ownership.

Starting inSpain offered land grants to encourage settlement to the sparsely populated and vulnerable Florida colony. Land Grants represent some of the earliest land transactions and establishment of title.

At different times from the late s tothe French and Spanish governments swapped control of the land that became the Louisiana Purchase. Ultimately, when considering legal validity of British land grants under the standards of American law after Florida became a U.S.

territory incourts had to determine what legal status these British grants were given by the Spanish authorities between (when Spain reacquired Florida) and (when Spain transferred Florida to the U.S.).

“owned” land before the U.

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Government took possession. Each Claim Papers Book is a compilation of the paperwork that Louisiana inhabitants submitted to the U. Government to prove title to a particular piece of property.

These included individuals holding French, Spanish, or British land grants. Jul 19,  · An outline of the early Spanish land grants is shown on early St.

Louis maps. An index to some Spanish land grants can be found here. The Spanish granted property to numerous early citizens; however, the Board of Land Commissioners reversed about seventy percent of these transactions in the early s. FHL book R2ha See pages 1–10 for lists of Spanish land grants Book 1, 20 October – These records are also included in volume one of the American State Papers (see above), pages –, under "Land Claims in the Mississippi Territory, " An index to the Archives of Spanish.

Manuel Gayoso and Spanish Natchez. Spain’s liberal immigration policies and liberal land grants continued to encourage British Americans to immigrate there.

Consequently, Gayoso found there a population largely of British origin along with a substantial contingent of African-American slaves. Charles A. Voices from Mississippi's Past. A land grant is a gift of real estate – land or its use privileges – made by a government or other authority as an incentive, means of enabling works, or as a reward for services to an individual, especially in return for military dsc-sports.com of land are also awarded to individuals and companies as incentives to develop unused land in relatively unpopulated countries; the process of.D49m Mississippi Land Papers and Secret Militia Rolls of Anglo-American Settlers in the Spanish Gulf-South.

Sm53s Spanish and British Land Grants in Mississippi Territory, Maps & Place Names B76h Hometown Mississippi. Si6m Mississippi: Atlas of Historical County Boundaries.By means of land-labor grants called _____, Spanish entrepreneurs were entitled to use forced indigenous or imported slave labor to exploit natural resources in the New World.

the Mississippi valley and the Mississippi delta, claiming these lands as part of their Canada-Mississippi- _____ territory. a. The original English colonies in.