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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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  • '''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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