U.S. Land and Tax Research Guide

U.S. Land and Tax Research Guide

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The underlying history of settlement for the North American continent by Europeans is primarily one of land acquisition and exploitation. This is a fact that is pivotal to genealogists in understanding how most of the land was settled. The modern expansion of cities into subdivisions is but a faint shadow of those early land speculation deals. This research guide leads you to the sources for Crown grants, Headrights, Bounty lands, Homesteads and more.

Publisher: Morgan, UT : Family History Expos, ©2016
ISBN: 9781515220770
Branch Call Number: 929.1 H198u
Characteristics: 185 pages : illustrated, maps, charts ; 28 cm
Additional Contributors: Eakle, Arlene H.
Tanner, James L.


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