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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Vermont is a [[State-Land States|State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Pennsylvania is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Rhode Island is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] South Carolina is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...for land claims (1864'1915). Once granted by the federal government, later land transactions were filed with the county register of deeds.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Tennessee is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Texas is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...ds. See also Utah State Archives' detailed online research guide 'Original Land Titles in Utah Territory' at [http://www.archives.utah.gov/referenc/land2.h
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Virginia is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...nt to attract settlers to sparsely populated regions and to distribute the land fairly to the settlers.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] West Virginia is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...es of Wisconsin land patents are also available. The National Archives has land-entry case files. See Alexander F. Pratt, 'Reminiscences of Wisconsin,' in
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...ed timber-culture entries, desert-land final certificates, canceled desert-land entries, and timber and stone lands.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...ners were required to file proof of their land title with the U.S. General Land Office (GLO). Abstracts of the files are found in the ''American States Pap
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...omain, and unclaimed land was surveyed by the federal government and sold. Land offices were established at Sitka in 1885, Juneau in 1902, and Nome in 1907
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...Recorder's Office at Tucson should be researched for Gadsden Purchase land records, which also include mission claims.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...lished in 1812, the United States government agreed to acknowledge private land previously granted by Spain and Mexico. Two grants were also awarded to pre
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...t of documents (1797'1845), and the San Jose clerk's archives hold various records from 1792.
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  • ...e first and last years of residence narrows down the search for these land records, which, in a city like New York or Boston, can be voluminous. ...own the naturalization records you'll have to search. In cases where these records are indexed, knowing that one of two naturalized immigrants of the same nam
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...th other federal statutes, provided for the disposal of most of Colorado's land.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Connecticut is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Delaware is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • ...s for the District of Columbia that date prior to 1792 are found among the records for Maryland or Virginia. Microfilm copies of Alexandria County, Virginia, Bessie Wilmarth Gahn's ''Original Patentees of Land at Washington Prior to 1700'' (1836; 1836; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...ber of 'heads' in the family. The Florida State Archives is digitizing the land grants at [http://www.floridamemory.com/Collections/SpanishLandGrants www.f
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Georgia is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Hawaii is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...of transactions for each section of land. Township plat books are maps of land entries for each township.
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  • Even though the city dweller is not always dependent upon his or her land for a livelihood, that quarter acre is usually as valuable as the agricultu ...order. City lots, however, may be recorded in volumes separate from county land with their own indexes or finding aids; they are easy to miss.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...across the Wabash River. A later act in 1813 provided preemption rights to land occupied in the state.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...ces included the purchaser's 'outside of Indiana' residence. Original land records (1805'76), plus microfilmed copies, are at the Indiana State Library, Archi
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...osition was made by the federal government and its agents. There were nine land districts in Iowa, the first two with offices at Burlington and Dubuque in
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...become one, (3) ''not'' already own 320 acres of land, (4) ''not'' abandon land owned by him in the same state or territory, and (5) intend to use the home
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Kentucky is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] {{Template:Land series (The Source)}}
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...tes acquired 544 million acres from France for the sum of $15 million. The land of the famous Louisiana Purchase was bought for approximately three cents p
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] {{Template:Land series (The Source)}}
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Maine is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • ...al to a local officer to make an examination, survey, and appraisal of the land tract before placing it in the applicant's possession. The notary recorded ...'' remained incomplete. Transfers, exchanges, donations, and partitions of land were made before the local ''alcalde'' or provincial governor, then recorde
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Maryland is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Massachusetts is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...ch.: Michigan Department of Conservation, 1940) for information on private land claims.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...ailable. The federal government was, apparently, exceedingly slow to begin land surveys in the territory. The pressure of settlers and investors finally re
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...in Mississippi.' Further information is given in E. K. Kirkham, ''The Land Records of America '¬¶'' (see page 6) and ''Guide to Genealogical Research in the N
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...Society published ''Index to the Minutes of the first and second Board of Land Commissioners, Missouri, 1805'1812 and 1832'1835'' (1981; reprint, St. Loui
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...All of these offices were eliminated by 1950, leaving Billings as the only land office at present.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Nebraska is a public domain state in which land was initially granted by the federal government. The first homestead claim
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...arson County (Utah Territory) land records and land patents for the state. Land office grants are indexed on the [http://www.glorecords.blm.gov BLM website
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] New Hampshire is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] New Jersey is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...912. When it became a part of the United States, it became a public-domain land state.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] New York is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] North Carolina is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...plats are located at the BLM, P.O. Box 222, Billings, MT 59107. To search land patents, use the BLM website [http://www.glorecords.blm.gov www.glorecords.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Virginia, New York, Connecticut, and Massachusetts claimed portions of land in this part of Northwest Territory based on charters granted by the kings
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...or labor with the Five Civilized Tribes in exchange for land tenancy. Land records for the nations were filed under their respective Bureau of Indian Affairs
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...me of the wife, record of migration to Oregon, record of settlement on the land, citizenship, and names of witnesses and those who testified in behalf of t
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  • ...section indicates the officials or repositories in charge of the original records. ...ltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2000); and E. K. Kirkham, ''The Land Records of America and Their Genealogical Value'' (Salt Lake City: Deseret, 1964).
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  • This collection¬†contains land records, mostly deed books of indentures, from Delaware between the years 1677 and <gallery widths=100px heights=100px caption = "The following records should be classified as 'Deed Book" - key all of the information present on
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  • This collection contains records pertaining to land held in California by people of Japanese descent. Choose the "Estate Card" form type for images of cards with the words "Alien Land Ownership-Estate" at the top of the image.<br><br>
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  • ...by non-naturalized immigrants from 1921-1942. Immigrants included in these records are mostly of Japanese descent, but those of Chinese, Indian, and Korean de ...ult for immigrants, especially those of Japanese descent, to own land. The records in this collection represent individuals who attempted to circumvent these
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  • ...by non-naturalized immigrants from 1921-1942. Immigrants included in these records are mostly of Japanese descent, but those of Chinese, Indian, and Korean de ...ult for immigrants, especially those of Japanese descent, to own land. The records in this collection represent individuals who attempted to circumvent these
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  • This collection contains records of land purchased in New South Wales, Australia, 1857-1859. ...ase records, information to be keyed is not always uniformly laid out. The records are all handwritten in hand drawn tables with one exception where the infor
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  • #REDIRECT [[World Archives Project: New South Wales, Australia, Land Records, 1856-1859 (Part 2)]]
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  • '''This article originally appeared in "Census Records" by [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]] and [[Matthew Wright]] in ''[[The Source: A Gu ...en to digitize them. Because of technological developments, federal census records can now be researched via the Internet from a home computer or at the neare
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  • ...separate volumes (1977, 1980). All of Vermont's federal population census records are indexed and available online through subscription databases (see page 1 ...ade on the premises and the amount of lumber milled. When using the census records, care should be taken to consider alternate spelling, especially for French
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  • ...ndbook focusing specifically on the availability of the extensive original records in Vermont. A listing of available lot maps for towns (see Maps) is include ...This is probably the most detailed and easy-to-read account of the Vermont land controversy and its role in the Revolution and formation of the United Stat
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  • ...found in town offices, the Vermont Historical Society, the Vermont Public Records Division, or other state agencies (see [[Background Sources for Vermont]]'E
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Vermont is a [[State-Land States|State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ...s filed. Many people disposed of their holdings to one or more children in land transactions before death.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ...urisdiction over Vermont land. For this reason, New York and New Hampshire records must be consulted even up to 1791.
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  • '''This article originally appeared in "Census Records" by [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]] and [[Matthew Wright]] in ''[[The Source: A Gu ...Indians living on government reservations or living on unsettled tracts of land. Indians not in tribal relations, whether of mixed blood or not, who were n
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  • ==[[Vermont Public Records Division]]== ...with this centralized group of records before focusing on individual town records.
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  • ...d a sizable number of New Hampshire granted towns. Gloucester County court records are extant and have been published. In 1777 two Vermont counties were erect ...e name and address of the probate district; and the dates probate district records are extant.
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  • ...wn officials. Few of such materials have been published and remain in town records. Notable exceptions are: ...rks rarely have time to do more than a cursory search of the deed or vital records indexes; however, each office is open to the public for research purposes.
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  • '''This article originally appeared in "Census Records" by [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]] and [[Matthew Wright]] in ''[[The Source: A Gu ...les and indexes at the Family History Library. An appendix lists where the records are found for twelve states whose schedules are not at the library. Origina
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  • '''This article originally appeared in "Census Records" by [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]] and [[Matthew Wright]] in ''[[The Source: A Gu In the absence of official census records, genealogists and historians have shown ingenuity in filling the resulting
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  • '''This article originally appeared in "Census Records" by [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]] and [[Matthew Wright]] in ''[[The Source: A Gu ...numerations, 1782'1785''.<ref>Bureau of the Census, ''Bureau of the Census Records of State Enumerations, 1782'1785'' (1908; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical
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  • '''This article originally appeared in "Census Records" by [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]] and [[Matthew Wright]] in ''[[The Source: A Gu ...f household; marital and tribal status; and occupation, health, education, land ownership, and source of sustenance. Some enumerators also added customs an
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  • ...ssible substitutes for missing or damaged [[1790 U.S. Census|1790 census]] records. =Land Records=
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  • '''This article originally appeared in "Census Records" by [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]] and [[Matthew Wright]] in ''[[The Source: A Gu Bureau of the Census. ''Records of State Enumerations, 1782'1785''. 1908; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical
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  • ...blished archives include records concerning military service and pensions, land warrants, naturalizations, baptisms and marriages, tax lists, ships' lists, ...of Philadelphia County Subdivisions'', 2d ed. (Philadelphia: Department of Records, 1966), now available as ''Philadelphia Maps, 1682'1982: Townships'District
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Pennsylvania is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • ...vital records, censuses, maps, tax lists, military records, and state land records. See Robert M. Dructor, ''Guide to Genealogical Sources at the Pennsylvania ...Helen Hutchinson Woodroffe compiled 'A Genealogist's Guide to Pennsylvania Records.' Beginning in volume 31 (1979), it is a listing of the county material in
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  • ...vens and Kent's ''County Government Archives'' cited under [[Vermont Court Records]]. ...ound in the register's office or orphans' court. (See [[Pennsylvania Court Records]] for other county offices.)
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  • ...conflicts developed with both Massachusetts and Connecticut colonies over land claims. Good collections of Rhode Island records, the indexing of early materials, and the short distance from one end of th
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Rhode Island is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • ...dence for the social status of a family and its presence in a town when no land is owned.
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  • ...tribes in New England. 'Indian' is a term found often in all categories of records for the state. As with African American slaves, natives often took the name
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  • ...storical Society, in its large collection of manuscript material, has many records on African Americans. ...tribes in New England. 'Indian' is a term found often in all categories of records for the state. As with African American slaves, natives often took the name
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  • ...nning dates that land and probate records can be found and where the court records for that town can be located. Some early records for the four original towns, Portsmouth, Providence, Newport, and Warwick a
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  • ...), the complete United States 1790 census, and published revolutionary war records from most of the colonies. ...00,000 family group records submitted by LDS church members. Most of these records were microfilmed; the submission code is listed with the submitter's name,
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  • ...with this centralized group of records before focusing on individual town records.
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  • ...vital records, censuses, maps, tax lists, military records, and state land records. See Robert M. Dructor, ''Guide to Genealogical Sources at the Pennsylvania
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  • ...each female and each male under sixteen. Instead they chose security over land, surrounding their houses with a palisade and confining themselves to ten-a ...Charleston in 1783, it was the only repository for South Carolina's public records until 1785 and remained the capital of South Carolina until the legislature
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  • Brent Howard Holcomb, ''A Guide to South Carolina Genealogical Research and Records'' (Columbia, S.C.: the author, 1986) and George K. Schweitzer, ''South Caro ...urces available to genealogists. A link to an updated 'Series List' of the records indexed appears on that webpage.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] South Carolina is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ...ho would inherit. If there were no male heirs, all female heirs shared the land equally. South Carolina abolished primogeniture with a law that became effe
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  • ...is article originally appeared in "Business, Institution, and Organization Records" by [[Kay Haviland Freilich]], CG, CGL, and [[Ann Carter Fleming]], CG, CGL ...often-neglected sources'such as business, institutional, and organization records'can help us determine facts and at the same time supply rich contextual inf
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ...hly. See also Alexia J. Helsley & Michael Stauffer, ''South Carolina Court Records: An Introduction for Genealogists'' (Columbia, S.C.: The Department of Arch
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  • ...is article originally appeared in "Business, Institution, and Organization Records" by [[Kay Haviland Freilich]], CG, CGL, and [[Ann Carter Fleming]], CG, CGL ...s may have kept regarding its [[Customer Records|customers]] or [[Employee Records|employees]].
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  • ...rgaretta, Leland, and Isabella G. Childs, 'South Carolina Episcopal Church Records,' ''South Carolina Historical Magazine'' 84 (October 1983): 250-63. ...lina and Georgia'' (N.p.: Ben Franklin Press, 1982). South Carolina Quaker records are included in William Wade Hinshaw, ed., ''Encyclopedia of American Quake
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  • ...is article originally appeared in "Business, Institution, and Organization Records" by [[Kay Haviland Freilich]], CG, CGL, and [[Ann Carter Fleming]], CG, CGL =Company Records and Histories=
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  • ...is article originally appeared in "Business, Institution, and Organization Records" by [[Kay Haviland Freilich]], CG, CGL, and [[Ann Carter Fleming]], CG, CGL ...hat can lead us to other records. Details from membership applications and records often include dates and places that can be very helpful in our genealogical
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  • ...is article originally appeared in "Business, Institution, and Organization Records" by [[Kay Haviland Freilich]], CG, CGL, and [[Ann Carter Fleming]], CG, CGL Benedict, Karen M. ''A Select Bibliography on Business Archives and Records Management''. Chicago: Society of American Archivists, 1981.
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  • ...a Department of Archives & History appear in ''A Guide to Local Government Records in the South Carolina Archives'' (Columbia, S.C.: University of South Carol
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  • ...a Department of Archives & History appear in ''A Guide to Local Government Records in the South Carolina Archives'' (Columbia, S.C.: University of South Carol ...tensive online catalog of manuscripts, books, and family histories (60,000 records) can be searched at [http://www.schistory.org/searchcatalogue.htm www.schis
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  • ...ds of both. A complete listing of the counties of South Carolina and their records is found on the following chart, Districts and Counties, 1800'Present. ...often recorded records when they acquired local government, so some of the records pre-date the formation of local governments.
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  • ...ptions are given. This description can then be used to locate federal land records. Additional information in 1905's enumeration gives the length of time the ...Identifies federal, state, and territorial censuses, as well as substitute records (FamilySearch Research Wiki).
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...for land claims (1864'1915). Once granted by the federal government, later land transactions were filed with the county register of deeds.
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  • ...will be available at a central location. At present, there are some county records housed at the state archives, but many remain at the local level. ...archives, such as adoption records, insanity records, and mother's pension records have restricted access. Dates with (?) have not been verified by the state,
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  • ...increasing number of Anglo settlements, battles with Native Americans over land rights, constantly violated Native American treaties, and numerous changes ...h had purchased over twenty million acres from the Cherokee, began selling land for speculation between the Kentucky and Cumberland rivers.
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  • ...rtial Census of 1787 to 1791 of Tennessee as Taken from the North Carolina Land Grants'' (Salt Lake City: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1990). Twenty-six of Tennessee's counties have federal census records for 1820. These middle and west Tennessee counties are Bedford, Davidson, D
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  • ...ry county government now has a website. Many include records or indexes to records held by various county agencies (see [[Tennessee County Resources]]). ...he most helpful source material. It details library collections and county records with dates.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Tennessee is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ...n which the state was a party, such as state land grants recorded in court records.
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  • ...Roots, 1345 Oak Ridge Turnpike, #318, Oak Ridge, TN 37830, which includes records from 1816 through 1839. ...le: Tennessee State Library, 1983). Acklen's two-volume work (see Cemetery Records) includes references to manuscripts.
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  • ...each category at the county seat, but this is not meant to imply that all records are extant from that date. County formation is from information supplied by ...is is a county-by-county guide to published WPA typescript and microfilmed records.
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  • Most records for Native American families from Tennessee are located in Oklahoma. The ma ...state until December 1835, when their final exodus began. Even though all land had been ceded, some Native Americans remained in Tennessee after that date
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  • ...and on microfilm. In addition to AISI indexes and online access to census records (see page 3), other published indexes of federal population schedules are a ...amily members. This is available at the Texas State Library as part of the records group contained in the Nacogdoches Archives section for 1753 to 1836 on mic
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  • ...Available Town and County Local Histories, Local Memoirs and Genealogical Records'' (Austin, Tex.: Eakin Press, 1983); and ''Texas Counties, a Catalog of In- ...ries for Texas. Historical and genealogical societies publish a variety of records including histories of the counties and towns or cities. To obtain a list o
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  • The GLO (see [[Texas Land Records]]) houses original plat maps for the state (see [http://www.glo.state.tx.us ...'s ''Map of the State of Texas''. Compiled from the Records of the General Land Office (GLO) of the State. Houston: n.p., 1849.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Texas is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ...ons is more thoroughly outlined in the Kennedy and Kennedy, ''Genealogical Records in Texas'' (see [[Background Sources for Texas]]). Although English common
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  • ...y level and maintained by the office of county tax assessor-collector. Tax records through 1980 are filed with the state comptroller of public accounts. These ...library loan. A record of taxpayers of Houston was enumerated in 1839. Tax records through 1901 through 1947 are readily accessible, but not on interlibrary l
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  • [[Category: U.S. Military Records]] ...s are filed at the local county courthouse. An extensive array of military records, too numerous to list here, has been published. The list would include Revo
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  • ...o Texas and are based on records no longer extant in Texas port of arrival records. ...asley, S.C.: Southern Historical Press, 1984. Lists surviving fragments of records.
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  • ...oldings of the Local Records Division of the Texas State Library of County Records on Microfilm'' (1978; 2d ed., Austin, Tex.: Texas State Library, 1990), is ...pective area. Thus there is no one state depository with a complete set of records.
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  • ...roups added their tracks, followed by the Gold Rushers of the early 1850s. Records of all of these parties are available, mostly in published form. ...St. Louis and north from Taos in search of beaver. Osborne Russell's diary records that he wintered in the Weber Valley in 1843 with a party of French-Canadia
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  • [[Category: U.S. Birth, Marriage, and Death Records]] ...egister births. In 1898, the state legislature provided for central county records, requiring county clerks to keep separate birth and death registers.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...ds. See also Utah State Archives' detailed online research guide 'Original Land Titles in Utah Territory' at [http://www.archives.utah.gov/referenc/land2.h
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  • ...ng process, it is best to contact them first regarding a specific county's records in their holdings. Those county record books before 1905 that have not been ...to the Utah State Archives (see [[Utah Probate Records]] and [[Utah Court Records]]). Those at the county seat reside with the county clerk.
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  • ...l events occurred that had far-reaching impact. Free settlers were granted land, establishing property ownership. The House of Burgesses, America's first r ...prime opportunity. The London Company lured these people to Virginia with land.
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  • ...nance from 1607 to 1624. Susan Myra Kingsbury transcribed and edited ''The Records of the Virginia Company of London'', 4 vols. (Washington, D.C.: Government ...records from 1622 through 1775, although there are many gaps in the early records.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Virginia is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ..., and J. Christian Kolbe, comps., ''A Preliminary Guide to Pre-1904 County Records in the Archives Branch, Virginia State Library and Archives'' (Richmond, Va
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ...s, guardianships, inventories, appraisals, and settlements are some of the records related to a person's estate or probate record.
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  • Virginia's tax records are a rich'and largely untapped'resource. During the Colonial period, there ...es for Virginia are available at the Library of Virginia. ''Using Land Tax Records at the Archives of the Library of Virginia'' (Research Notes Number 1) can
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  • [[Category: U.S. Military Records]] ...provide only the name of the soldier and the unit in which he served. The records consist primarily of rosters, rolls, and lists that survived the wars and s
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  • ...rched at [http://www.familysearch.org www.familysearch.org]. Most original records remain in the county and independent city courthouses. ...ties have been absorbed by independent cities. To the extent possible, the records of the county are detailed separately from those of an independent city.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...nt to attract settlers to sparsely populated regions and to distribute the land fairly to the settlers.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] '''This article originally appeared in "Court Records" by [[Sandra Hargreaves Luebking]], FUGA, [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]], FUGA, a
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] '''This article originally appeared in "Court Records" by [[Sandra Hargreaves Luebking]], FUGA, [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]], FUGA, a
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  • ...ational Archives'Pacific Alaska Region]], and microfilm copies of selected records are available at the [http://www.familysearch.org The Family History Libra Other important Native American sources include school records and special compiled collections. The Chemawa School in Chemawa, Oregon, an
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  • ...h originally held in the county seat, many county land, probate, and court records have been transferred to the state archive's regional branches. ...important as it will direct researchers to the correct county where older records are filed. Other dates were taken from the Washington State Archives'Region
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] West Virginia is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] '''This article originally appeared in "Court Records" by [[Sandra Hargreaves Luebking]], FUGA, [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]], FUGA, a
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] '''This article originally appeared in "Court Records" by [[Sandra Hargreaves Luebking]], FUGA, [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]], FUGA, a
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ...ancipations, school commissioner reports, and cattle brands. For a list of records in this collection by county, see [http://www.libraries.wvu.edu/wvcollectio
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  • ...nia, collected taxes from as early as 1624. See the section [[Virginia Tax Records]] for a comprehensive discussion of the laws governing taxes, the types of ...es in their offices. The Library of Virginia has the personal property tax records from 1782 through 1863, when West Virginia became a separate state.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] '''This article originally appeared in "Court Records" by [[Sandra Hargreaves Luebking]], FUGA, [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]], FUGA, a
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  • ...records created by the clerk since its inception. Microfilm copies of the records (nineteenth and early twentieth centuries) can be searched at the Archives ...vital records are located at the clerk's office at the county seat. Court records, including naturalizations and divorces, are at the circuit court clerk's o
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...es of Wisconsin land patents are also available. The National Archives has land-entry case files. See Alexander F. Pratt, 'Reminiscences of Wisconsin,' in
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  • ...prior to 1907 are on microfilm for the entire state (see [[Wisconsin Vital Records]]). Census holdings include all federal censuses for all states. The societ ...e [[Census Records for Wisconsin]]), sets of land, probate, court, and tax records from many Wisconsin counties and municipalities.
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  • Records indicate, according to Zachary Cooper in ''Black Settlers in Rural Wisconsi ...aties on one parcel of land, requiring at times the repurchase of the same land.
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  • ...e the responsibility of the following offices: birth, marriage, death, and land'register of deeds; court'clerk of courts; probate'county probate court. ...ganization and questions of attachment affect the creation and location of records, they can be quite important to the researcher.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] '''This article originally appeared in "Court Records" by [[Sandra Hargreaves Luebking]], FUGA, [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]], FUGA, a
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...ed timber-culture entries, desert-land final certificates, canceled desert-land entries, and timber and stone lands.
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  • ...iles, school and land records, censuses, and photographs of Indians. These records are available at the [[National Archives'Rocky Mountain Region]] in Denver ...sts, or Congregationalists. In Wyoming, British companies had considerable land holdings and controlled numerous cattle and horse ranches.
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  • ...xist before mandatory statewide recording, but most counties hold marriage records. Some even date before incorporation. ...onducting extensive research on the county level to determine which county records have been deposited at the Wyoming State Archives and which are only availa
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] '''This article originally appeared in "Court Records" by [[Sandra Hargreaves Luebking]], FUGA, [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]], FUGA, a
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  • The only extant records for Alabama of the almost-destroyed 1890 census are portions of Perryville ...Conecuh, Dallas, Franklin, Limestone, St. Clair, Shelby, and Wilcox. These records have been published and indexed.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...ners were required to file proof of their land title with the U.S. General Land Office (GLO). Abstracts of the files are found in the ''American States Pap
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  • Military and state census records are housed at this repository in addition to most copies of county material ...rvice and pension records, Jefferson county newspapers, and Alabama county records. The BPL also has WPA compilations of Alabama source material found nowhere
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