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No. 12.---Statement exhibiting land concsesions by acts of Congress to States and corporations, fr.-Continued.

Statutes.

Page.

Name of road.

Mile limits.

Number of acres cer

tified under the grants up to June 30, 1866.

Number of acres cer

tified for the year ending June 30, 1867.

Estimated quantities

inuring under the grants.

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Do. July 28, 1866 Pam. Laws..
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Do. July 4,1866 Pam. Laws..
Missouri June 10, 1852

10
Do. ...do.....

Do. July 4,1866 Pam. Laws..
Iowa

13
Do..
May 15,1856

13
Do. May 15,1856

13
May 15,1856. 11
Do..... June 2,1864 13
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May 12,1864 13
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1,100,067.40

966, 722.00
438, 646.89
365, 539.00
550, 525. 34
458, 771,00
864, 000.00

781, 944.83
1, 161, 235. 07

219, 262. 31

182,718,00
1,400,000.00

493, 821.35 1, 158, 073.54

63,540.11

155 Cairo and Fulton..

6 and 15 338 Cairo and Fulton.

Additional.

5 155 Memphis and Little Rock.

Additional 338 Memphis and Little Rock.

Additional 155 Little Rock and Fort Smith.

6 and 15 338 Little Rock and Fort Smith. Additional.

5 83 Iron Mountain railroad..

10 and 20
8 Hannibal and St. Joseph..

6 and 15
8 Pacific and Southwestern branch.. 6 and 15
155 Cairo and Fulton....

6 and 15
Cairo and Fulton.....

Additional

5
83 Iron Mountain, (from Pilot Knob

10 and 20
to Helena, Ark.)
9 Burlington and Missouri River.... 6 and 15
95 Burlington and Missouri River...

20
9 Mississippi and Missouri..

6 and 15
95 Mississippi and Missouri..

20
9 Cedar Rapids and Missouri River. 6 and 15
95 Cedar Rapids and Missouri River.

20
9 Dubuque and Sioux City
98 Authorized change of route from 6 and 15

Fort Dodge to Sioux City
72 McGregor and Western

10 and 20
72 Land granted to State for railroad

10 and 20 from Sioux City to the south line of the State of Minnesota, " at

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States.

Date of laws.

Arkansas Feb. 9,1853

10
Do.. Feb. 9,1853

10
Do.. July 28, 1866

May 15, 1856 11
Do..... June 2,1864

11
Do
June 2,1864

11 Do June 2,1864

Do.....

1, 226, 163. 89

1, 226, 163,05 1,530,000.00

256, 000,00

6 and 15
6 and 15
6 and 15

6,468.68
30, 998.75
719, 386, 23

312, 384. 32

355, 420. 19 1,052, 469. 19

Do.

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some point between the Big Sioux and the west fork of the

Des Moines river."
Michigan ... June 3,1856 11 21 Port Huron and Milwaukee..
Do
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11

21 Detroit and Milwaukee.
Do
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11 21 Amboy,Lans'g, and Traverse Bay
July 3,1866 Pam. Laws.. 78 Time extended seven years..
Do June 3, 1856

11 21 Flint and Pere Marquette....
Do July 3,1866 Pam. Laws.. 78 An act to change the western ter-

minus of the road.. Do June 3,1856

11 21 Grand Rapids and Indiana. Do June 7,1864

13 119 Grand Rapids and Indiana, from

Fort Wayne to Grand Rapids, &c.
Do June 3,1856

11 21 Bay de Noquet and Marquette.
Do Mar. 3,1865

13 521 Bay de Noquet and Marquette. Do June 3,1856

11 21 Marquette and Ontonagon.. Do Mar. 3, 1865

13 521 Marquette and Ontonagon..
Do June 3,1856 11 21 Chicago, St. Paul, and Fond du

Lac, (branch to Ontonagon.)
Do

11 21 Chicago, St. Paul, and Fond du

Lac, (branch to Marquette.)
Do July 5,1862 12 620 Peninsula, (from Marquette to the
(Joint res.)

mouth of the Menomonee river.)
Ꭰo . Mar. 3,1865

13 521 Peninsula railroad
Wisconsin June 3,1856

11 21 Toma and Lake Superior, (formerly

La Crosse and Milwaukee.)
Do May 5,1864 13 66 Toma and Lake Superior.
Do
June 3,1856

11 21 St. Croix and Lake Superior.
May 5,1864

13 66 St. Croix and Lake Superior. June 3,1856

11 21 Branch to Bayfield
Do
May 5,1864

13 66 Branch to Bayfield
Do June 3,1856 11 21 Chicago and Northwestern.
(Resolution) April 25, 1862 12 618 Changes line of route.
Wisconsin May 5,1864 13 66 From Portage City, Berlin, Doty's

island, or Fond du Lac, in a
northwestern direction to Bay-

field, and thence to Superior.
June 21,1866 Pam. Laws.. 361 Resolution explanatory of, and in
(Resolution)

addition to the act of May 5, 1864. Minnesota Mar. 3,1857 11 195 St. Paul and Pacific..

6 and 15

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188,507, 24
375, 680.00
188,800.00
894,907,81
675,000.00
524,714.95
350,000.00
318,737.74
215,000.00

600,000.00
1 800,000.00

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Do
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6 and 15

318,740.80

10 and 20

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6 and 15

466, 566. 14

660,000.00

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No. 12.-Statement exhibiting land concessions by acts of Congress to States and corporations, fc.—Continued.

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326 St. Paul and Pacific....
195 Branch St. Paul and Pacific.
526 Branch St. Paul and Pacific.
624 Authorized change of route.
195 Minnesota Central....
526 Minnesota Central....
195 Winona and St. Peter.
526 Winona and St. Peter.
195 Minnesota Valley....
74 | Minnesota Valley.....
97 Extends the time for completing

said road seven years.

Lake Superior and Mississippi... 93 Authorized to make up deficiency

within thirty miles of the west

line of said road .............
87 From Houston, through the coun-

ties of Fillmore, Homer, Free-
borne, and Faribault, to the west-

ern boundary of the State.
87 From Hastings, through the coun-

ties of Dakota, Scott, Cower, and
McLeod, to the western bound-

ary of the State. 772 Provides for two roads and two

branches. (No map filed.)

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Do. July 23, 1866 Pam. Laws..) 210 St. Joseph and Denver City
Do July 25, 1866 Pam. Laws.. 236 Kansas and Neosho Valley
Do July 26, 1866 Pam. Laws.. 289 Southern branch of the Union Pa-

cific railroad, from Fort Riley,

Kans., to Fort Smith, Arkansas.
California ... July 25, 1866 Pam. Laws.. 239 California and Oregon.

Do.. July 13, 1866 Pam. Laws.. 94 Placerville and Sacramento Valley.

Do Mar. 2, 1867 Printed Laws Act104 Stockton and Copperopolis.
Corporations. July 1, 1862 12 489 Union Pacific railr'd, with branch

10
from Omaha, Nebr., from Mis-

souri river to Pacific ocean ...
Do ..... July 2, 1864 13 356 Central Pacific to eastern bound-

ary of California, thence to meet

Union Pacific, act 1864, p. 363.
Corporations. July 3, 1866 Pam. Laws.. 79 Union Pacific Railroad Company,

to designate general route of road,

&c., before December 1, 1866. Corporations. July 26, 1866 Pam. Laws.. 367 Granting Union Pacific Railroad

Company right of way through

military reserves.
Do May 21, 1866 Pam. Laws.. 356 To extend the time for the construc-
(Resolution.)

tion of the first section of the

Western Pacific railroad.
Corporations. July 2, 1864 13 365 Northern Pacific railroad, (from

Superior to Puget sound).
Do May 7, 1866 ’am. Laws.. 355 Extends the time for commencing 20 and 40
(Res. 34.)

and completing said road two

years. Corporations. July 27, 1866 Pam. Laws.. 292 Atlantic and Pacific, (firom Spring- 20 and 40

field, Mo., to the Pacific.)

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No. 12.-Statement exhibiting land concessions by acts of Congress to States and corporations, 4.-Continued.

States.

Date of laws.

Statutes.

Page.

Name of road

Mile limi s.

Number of acres cer

tified under the grants up to June 30, 1866.

Number of acres cer

tified for the year ending June 30, 1867.

Estimated quantities

inuring under the grants.

Michigan

June 20, 1864

13

6

1, 497,600.00

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720,000.00

140 From Saginaw City, Mich., by the

shortest and most feasible route

to the straits of Mackinaw.
140 From Grand Rapids, through Ne-

wago, Traverse City, and Little

Traverse, to straits of Mackinaw
355 From Eugene City, by way of Mid-

dle Fork of Willamette river, and
the most feasible pass in the Cas-
cade range of mountains, near
Diamond Peak, to the eastern

boundary of the State.
86 From Corvallo to the Acquina Bay.
89 From Albany, by way of Canyon

City and the most feasible pass
in the Cascade range, to the
eastern boundary of the State.

Do.

July 4, 1866 Pam. Laaw..
Do..... July 5, 1866 Pam. Laaw.

76,800.00 460,000.00

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