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Private land-claims in New Mexico.

United States. Congress. House

Private land-claims in New Mexico.

by United States. Congress. House

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Claims,
  • Land tenure,
  • New Mexico

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesPrivate land-claims in New Mexico
    SeriesH.rp.50
    ContributionsUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on Private Land Claims
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination3 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18223768M

    This book by Leroy Martinez is the first work to identify the Spanish combatants serving in North America during the American Revolution. The volume begins with a listing of Spanish governors, Spanish presidios (forts) in the future United States, a glos New Mexico: New Mexico Private Land Claims - House of Representatives. H Folder 6: Private land claims against the public domain in New Mexico, J ; Report of Secretary of the Interior (copy). Folder 7: “A Pygmy among Giants”, Brand Book of the Denver Posse of the Westerners, edited by Raymond Colwell,

    This volume opens with a letter from the Secretary of the Interior, “communicating documents in relation to private land claims in New Mexico,” Febru It contains transcripts of documents relating to nineteen private land claims (claim numbers twenty to thirty-eight) in New Mexico which were referred to the Committee of Private. Of the thousands of private land claims and grants patented, those in New Mexico and California were the largest and among the most complicated to adjudicate. The Beaubien-Miranda grant (within present Colorado and New Mexico) had its origin in a brief period when the territory was under Mexican rule.

    The Court of Private Land Claims (CPLC), (created by a Congressional Act in “to provide for the settlement of private land claims in certain States and Territories”) 1. whose tenure ran from to , adjudicated the vast majority of Spanish and Mexican land claims () in the New Mexico Territory stemming from the Mexican Author: Mark Schiller. Record of Private Land Claims Adjudicated By the U.S. Surveyor General, from the Surveyor General’s office of the New Mexico Territory (University of New Mexico Library, ) Researching New Mexico Land Grants from the New Mexico Commission of Public Records (State Records Center and Archives, ).


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Private land-claims in New Mexico by United States. Congress. House Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Private land claims: New Mexico. [William Aloysius Keleher; United States. Congress. House.

Committee on Private Land Claims.;] -- 2 volumes of bound miscellaneous documents which include: 4th judicial district court report of a Las Vegas Grant lawsuit, ; House of Representatives report no.

regarding land claims in the. New Mexico-Private Land Claims [House of Representatives] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This volume opens with a letter from the Secretary of the Interior, communicating documents in relation to private land claims in New Mexico. Private Land-claims In New Mexico: Letter From The Secretary Of The Interior, Transmitting, In Compliance With Act Of July,Three Reports Of The Mexico On Private Lands In Said Territory [United States.

Dept. of the Interior, Surveyor General of New Mexico, United States. Congress. House.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The first land grants in New Mexico were given by Spain and Mexico. When the United States acquired the area inthey agreed to recognize these claims relating to Spanish and Mexican grants.

The claims were processed by the U.S. Surveyor General from toand by the U. Court of Private Land Claims from to Yet many families who had received land decades or centuries earlier from Mexico or Spain found their ownership contested by new claimants.

To settle disputes, Congress passed private acts and created a temporary Court of Private Land Claims (–), but many Mexican Americans lacked documents required to prove their claims. Committee on Private Land Claims () History and Jurisdiction.

The committee was established on Apon the motion of Thomas B. Robertson of Louisiana, with jurisdiction over matters relating to private land claims. The committee reported general as well as special legislation relating to the settlement of individual claims to public lands.

The Court of Private Land Claims decisions on the legal status of New Mexico’s land grants came a great cost to the grantees. Of more than three hundred cases heard, the court confirmed just eighty-seven.

The court also reduced the size of many of the grants it did confirm. Title: Private land-claims in New Mexico: Publication Type: Book: Place Published: Washington, DC: Year: Keywords: Land grants – New Mexico: Call Number. The original to case files of private land claims in parts of 15 states are at the Textual Reference Branch (Textual Reference Branch, National Archives and Records Administration, 7th and Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC ; Telephone: ).

Map of the San Miguel del Bado Grant in central New Mexico, from the United States Court of Private Land Claims, Julian Sandoval Case 25 (–). During Spanish (–) and Mexican (–) rule over what was to become the U.S.

Southwest, the governments made land grants to various individuals and communities. About New Mexico, Land Records of New Spain, Santa Fe, established in the early 17th century, boasted an estimated Spanish population of 2, by During its history, the city has been capital of the Spanish Kingdom of New Mexico, the Mexican province of Nuevo México, the American territory of New Mexico (present-day Arizona and.

Lionel Pincus and Princess Firyal Map Division, The New York Public Library. "Map showing private land claims patented, or unpatented, or confirmed, in New Mexico, Colorado and Arizona to J " New York Public Library Digital Collections.

Accessed Ap The Court of Private Land Claims: the adjudication of Spanish and Mexican land grant titles, [Richard Wells Bradfute] University of New Mexico Press, [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:name\/a> \" The Court of Private Land Claims: the adjudication of Spanish and Mexican land grant.

Spain and Mexico made a total of land grants in New Mexico - Individual and Community land claims.(37) Community land grants was where a group of people received private lots for a home and then communal land was set aside for hunting, farming, etc.(38) A total ofor 68% of the Community land grants were approved by the US.

The U.S. Court of Private Land Claims validates a 16,acre Abiquiú land grant. The New Mexico State legislature recognizes Genízaros as “Indigenous people.” Genízaros celebrate the publication of the book Nación Genízara: Ethnogenisis, Place, and Identity. See: House Report and Senate Report36th Congress, 1st Session,and "An Act to Confirm Certain Private Land Claims in the Territory of New Mexico," U.S.

Statutes at Large, Vol. 12 () (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, ). The United States Court of Private Land Claims was created in to adjudicate the land claims under the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo. In its 13 years of adjudication, the court confirmed the land claimants in only 82 of New Mexico cases; [10] 90% of the land claimed in total cases was taken away by the courts from claimants.

Committee on Private Land Claims 2 editions - first published in Not in Library Letter from acting Secretary of the Interior, in answer to a resolution of the House of June 4,in relation to the Hot Springs, Arkansas. Case files, Court of Private Land Claims in New Mexico, (in Santa Fe).

Spanish and Mexican land grant and related records, (in Santa Fe). Microfilm Publications: M Maps (10, items, in Denver): Township survey plats, (7, items). Plats of private land claims within Pueblo Indian grants, ca.

( Contents: Preface Private Land Claims in California: United States Statutes at Large, Volume 9, Page 63 An act to ascertain and settle private land claims in California, March 3, Jasper O'FarrellSurveying in Alta California Islands as Private Land Claims Mare Island Rancho Santa Anita, Los Angeles County Records of Private Land Claims Price Range: $ - $.

Caption Title Report Of The Committee On Private Land Claims On The Petition 1st For Sale Online. $ Land Claims. Land Claims In East Florida Letter From The Secretary Of The Treasury in 1st For Sale Online. $ James Harris.

James Harris Claims To The Possession Of Land Law And Practice For Sale Online. Set 3 - Records of the U.S. Court of Private Land Claims, court cases, Santa Fe,arranged by PLC or case numbers #s. * More notes for SANM I - Set 1 - Twitchell #s:: Numbers #s assigned to land documents in SANM I - Set 1 - are from Ralph E.

Twitchell's book - Spanish Archives of New Mexico, Vol. 1, land records, found at CSWR Author: Nancy Brown-Martinez. Book - A good place to start your land grant research is this book: Private Land Claims in the Southwest, by Jocelyn Jean Bowden, 6 vols., thesis, Dallas, TX: Southern Methodist University,located at CSWR Anderson KF B6 a.

It has good summary histories of most of the grants in NM, Colorado and Arizona, arranged by counties Author: Nancy Brown-Martinez.