4 edition of [Report on claims of Des Moines River land settlers.] found in the catalog.
[Report on claims of Des Moines River land settlers.]
United States. Dept. of the Interior.
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RIVER LAND INVESTIGATION. Under direction of Hon. Hoke Smith, Secretary of the In-terior, an agent of the Department has been engaged during the past summer in investigating the claims of settlers upon the Des Moines River lands.
The end in view is to secure from Congress indemnity for. In his book, Tacitus “Tac” Hussey recounts a seven-day paddling trip from Humboldt to Des Moines on the Des Moines River. Hussey, a prominent Des Moines leader, champion of conservation, avid riverman and expert archer, believed in outdoor fitness, walking more t miles in eight years.
He inspired thousands to flock to the rivers. Textual Records: Correspondence, docket books, court records, claims, certificate lists, reports, proceedings, and other records, (bulk ), relating to private land claims in the states of AL, AZ, AR, CO, IL, IN, LA, MI, MS, MO, and NM, including claims based upon Spanish and Mexican land grants.
Records of the Office of the. Source: REGISTER OF OLD SETTLERS, BOOK One, page& submitted by Jo Ann Carlson, Octo OLD SETTLERS’ DAY. Sep 21st (hand written) An Excursion to that Romantic Spot, Wyoming Hill.
AN UNUSUALLY ENJOYABLE TIME A Ride on the River-A Picnic Dinner-Visit to Wyoming Grotto-Speeches, et. With that decision inland was being sold up and down the Des Moines River to settlers.
But inthe Commissioner of the GLO said that settlers who had purchased before the original grant in would be able to keep their land, but later purchasers could not. Litchfield was involved in lawsuits in both Webster and Hamilton counties. John Keeney, Sr. was born about - possibly in Virginia.
Hewas a farmer, blacksmith, and a ferryman; member of the "Hard Shell"Baptist Church. Inhe had two land claims on the Nolichucky Riverin eastern Tennessee-- one in Jefferson County and one in Greene County,Indiana in the early 's.
The date and place of his death are notknown. The Act was extended in From land in Washington and Oregon Territories was no longer offered for free; settlers had to pay $ per acre, were limited to acres, but the residence requirement was reduced to two years.
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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Create an account or log into Facebook. Connect with friends, family and other people you know. Share photos and videos, send messages and get updates. Page - River; thence from the point aforesaid north along the said meridian line to the intersection of the parallel of latitude which passes through the rapids of the river Des Moines, making the said line to correspond with the Indian boundary line; thence east from the point of intersection last aforesaid along the said parallel of latitude to the middle of the channel 'of the main fork.
The year saw heavy steamboat traffic on the river with such steamers as Globe, Julia Dean, Time and Tide, Col.
Morgan, and the Lovilla plying between Keokuk and Ft. Des Moines. The Keokuk, Ft. Des Moines, and Minnesota Railroad completed its tracks and ran trains into Bonaparte in The first Methodist Church was built in The Indians vacated the land and moved farther up the Des Moines River to the Red Rock area.
Inthe "New Purchase" land was opened up to settlers. J.P. Eddy had been given a grant of acres when he had become an Indian agent. He laid off acres of the land for a. In the trading house was destroyed by fire and Colonel Johnson reports the loss of building and furs at $5, In Le Moliere, another French trader, had established a trading post six miles above the mouth of the Des Moines on the Iowa side.
In Dr. Samuel C. Muir, a surgeon in the United States army, was with a command stationed at Fort Edwards (now Warsaw, Illinois).
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The signing of a peace treaty opened the land to settlers, forcing the Sac and Fox Indians to reservations in Nebraska.
Chief Wapello Wapello was born about at Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin. In Chief Wapello moved his village from Muscatine to the Des Moines River just south of. The village site on the Des Moines River was purchased from the Indians in and platted the same year. Black Hawk died at Iowaville in and was buried on the James Jordan farm, two miles west of Selma.
Black Hawk's last lodge was built on the rolling hilly land along the Des Moines River near Iowaville, then a trading post. T HE decision of the Supreme Court of the United States in the Litchfield case having established the fact that the original Des Moines River grant did not extend north of the Raccoon Fork, the Secretary of the Interior, Cabel B.
Smith, on the 10th of April,directed the Commissioner that the lands granted to Iowa, May 15th,to aid in the construction of east and west railroads.
11 Sept./Oct. (Book)“Dr. Wallace H. Longworth’s History of Medicine in Boone County” “Des Moines River Land Grant By Hon.
Barkley “Hickory Grove Summary Report 12 Nov./Dec. “History of Medicine in Boone County” (Book) Red Rock precinct, embracing township 77 and all of township 76 of range 19 north of the Des Moines River, and all of towns ra east of the old Indian boundary line north of the river.
Robert D. Russell’s house was named as the voting place, and James Chestnut, Claiborne Hall and Reuben Mathews were appointed judges. HISTORY OF IOWA. By Dorothy Schwieder, professor of history, Iowa State University. Marquette and Joliet Find Iowa Lush and Green.
In the summer ofFrench explorers Louis Joliet and Father Jacques Marquette traveled down the Mississippi River past the land .Victor BRADSHAW, from compiled with information found in "HISTORY OF CASS COUNTY: Publ.
in Des Moines, Iowa, " - pages andand data obtained from divers other sources: At the October election ofV. M. BRADSHAW was elected sheriff of the county; and assumed the reins of office the 1st of January following.The Prairie du Chien treaty of provided for the relinquishment by the Sioux of all claim to land in northwestern Missouri and western Iowa, especially the country of the Des Moines River Valley.
A tract of land in the present Goodhue, Wabasha and Winona counties was set aside for the mixed bloods.