3 edition of Grant of certain lands in Minnesota to Minnesota and Manitoba Railroad Company. found in the catalog.
Grant of certain lands in Minnesota to Minnesota and Manitoba Railroad Company.
United States. Congress. House
|Other titles||Grant of certain lands in Minnesota to Minnesota and Manitoba R.R|
|Contributions||United States. Congress. House. Committee on Indian Affairs|
|The Physical Object|
HBC: Hudson’s Bay Company. Liber: An archival term meaning book or register. LS and LSD: legal subdivision (each quarter section could be divided into four legal subdivisions) M and M: Canadian Pacific Railway, Manitoba and Minnesota Subdivision. M and NW RY: Manitoba and North Western Railway Company. MAG: possibly Manitoba Act grant. J , a grant was made to the Territory of Minnesota for the purpose of aiding the construction of a railroad from the southern line to the eastern line of the Territory. (10 Stat., ) This act was very different from any yet passed. It was an unusual thing to make a grant to a Territory.
This was a bill in equity filed by the United States in the circuit court for the district of Minnesota, under authority of the act of congress of March 3, (24 Stat. ), providing for the adjustment of land grants made by congress to aid in the construction of railroads, and for the forfeiture of unearned lands. at issue, entitled an Act to Allow the Minneapolis, Red Lake, and Manitoba Railway Company to Acquire Certain Lands in the Red Lake Reservation (“ Act”). The Act provided, as relevant here: Be it enacted That there is hereby granted to the Minneapolis, Red Lake and Manitoba Railway Company[,] a line of railroad having.
Historical Maps of Minnesota are a great resource to help learn about a place at a particular point in ota Maps are vital historical evidence but must be interpreted cautiously and carefully.. The map collection of the Minnesota Historical Society consists of o individual Minnesota maps and 1, atlases, the majority of these for Minnesota and the Midwest. These were lands originally granted to the railroad by an act of J (14 Stat. ), but to which the Federal Government reasserted title by an act of June 9, (39 Stat. ), following a successful court proceeding against the railroad for violation of the provisions of the original land grant.
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Also contains a chronological "List of Railroad Land Grant deeds recorded in this book" . Railroads listed are: St. Paul and Pacific (main and branch line) Winona and St. Peter Minnesota Valley Southern Minnesota Minnesota Central Lake Superior and Mississippi St.
Paul and Sioux City. Land patents to certain railroad companies. Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, in response to a Minneapolis and Manitoba.
Railroad. The grant for this road was made by act of March 3,and amend the title to lands granted to Minnesota for railroad purposes passed by certification, and that no further conveyance was. years and granted land concessions to Minnesota to aid in the construction of certain railroads.
As each portion of a qualifying rail line was completed, the railroad company received title to a designated amount of public land, usually the odd-numbered sections within a.
Books recording land contracts pertaining to the railways' Minnesota swamp lands grant. The contract books enumerate the swamp land grant contracts issued by the St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba and the Great Northern in chronological order by contract number.
Minnesota Historical Society Minnesota. Secretary of State. Railroad records. Materials in English. Copies of deeds of trust, mortgages, indentures, leases, agreements, and other instruments filed by railroad companies with the secretary of state.
When the selection and supplementary selection of the railway company was made, the land was segregated from the public domain, and was not subject to entry by the railroad company. Hastings & D. Whitney, U. 33 L.10 Sup. Rep. ; Whitney v. Map showing land grant routes of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company in western Washington and northern Oregon, undated.
North Dakota, Map showing land offices and respective areas and the various railroad lines throughout the state, Includes some state agricultural data on the reverse side.
Bemidji area subjects as well numerous as book reviews. Research for this paper was supported by research a faculty grant from the Minnesota State Board. College of weather) and permitted year-round operation of sawmills.
Gradually the logging railroad supplanted the river as. This website provides a single entry point to State of Minnesota grant opportunities.
Grant seekers can search for grant opportunities by state agency or by subject area by following the appropriate link. Please read grant announcements carefully as some state grant opportunities are only open to certain types of organizations, such as units of government.
RailRoads in Minnesota, Part Assembled by. Lawrence A. Martin. Webpage creation: Ap Eastern Railway Company of Minnesota/Eastern Minnesota Railway Company: The railroad initially was a Wisconsin corporation, was incorporated in in Minnesota to construct and operate a rail line between Hinckley, Minnesota, and the St.
Louis River, was. - State of Minnesota Plat Book. For an interactive map, please click here. Anoka County - Webb Publishing Co. - Northwest Publishing Company. Grant County - State of Minnesota Plat Book. For an interactive map, please click here. Hennepin County - R. & F. Cook - City of Minneapolis only.
The Business Operation Expenses grant reimburses expenses incurred in Minnesota for research and development, direct business expenses, and the purchase of technical assistance and services. Qualifying businesses receive grants not to exceed $35, which.
The Federal Government granted lands to several railroads to aid in the construction of their lines in Minnesota. The State of Minnesota served as a go-between in the administration of these grants.
The granted lands were patented to Minnesota and the state then deeded the land to the railroad as prescribed by the terms of the grant. To search for tract book records: Start by selecting the state. Fill in a complete land description. Click the Search Tract Books button.
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By William Watts Folwell in Up to the time of the ratification of the treaties ofthere were no lands in the area of Minnesota open to settlement. All was “Indian country.” Zebulon Pike’s purchase was for military purposes only.
Nevertheless, with the doubtful permission of the Indian agent and of the military commanders, a certain nucleus of white settlers had established. The Great Northern system was an outgrowth of the St. Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba Railroad formedconsiderably after the end of the land-grant era.
The St. Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba was initially formed out of the foreclosed St. Paul and Pacific Railroad, which by the act of March 3, had received a federal land grant.
Minnesota to form a constitution and state government. The Enabling Act provided for grants of land to the state, including the grant of 72 sections of land for use and support of a state university.
Inthe United States Congress affirmed that the grant of land was separate from and in addition to the grant of lands. Grant funding available: The program finances projects using federal funds through the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LAWCON).
Federal Funding available for FY is at least $, and may be up to $ million for the Outdoor Recreation Grant Program and the Natural and Scenic Areas Grant.
The Northern Pacific Railway (reporting mark NP) was a transcontinental railroad that operated across the northern tier of the western United States, from Minnesota to the Pacific was approved by Congress in and given nearly forty million acres (62, sq mi;km 2) of land grants, which it used to raise money in Europe for construction.
Minnesota is the second northernmost U.S. state, after Alaska. It has a water border with Michigan in Lake Superior in the northeast, a land and water border with Wisconsin to the east, borders Iowa to the south, North Dakota and South Dakota to the west, and Canadian provinces Ontario and Manitoba to the north.
There are 11 semi-autonomous. Minnesota Historical Society Mix, Charles Henry, Charles H. Mix papers. Materials in English.
Collection contains correspondence, diaries, memoranda book, photographs, appointment certificates, membership certificates, and other miscellaneous papers documenting Mix's role as Indian agent, Civil War soldier, land speculator, and member of the Knights Templar and ."Family Maps of Douglas County Minnesota." Gregory A.
Boyd, J.D. (). Detailed Maps of Homestead land grants as well as cash entry purchases in Doubls County, Minnesota from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management.
Shows name of original land patent holder from United indexed to persons. TS6 "History of Douglas and Grant Counties. [Map of the] State of Minnesota Compiled from the official Records of the General Land Office.
1 inch to 15 miles. 31 x Published. County names and boundaries, status of public land surveys, towns and cities, Indian reservations and lands, railroad lines, and railroad land- grant .