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No. 19.-Statement of confirmed Indian pueblo grants and private land claims in New Mexico.

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* Confirmed by 3d section act of 21st June, 1860, Statutes, vol. 12, p. 71, in connection with private claim No. 30.

PRIVATE LAND CLAIMS.

June 21, 1860...

318, 699.72

1 San Juan Bautista del Ojito del Rio de Prestou Beck, jr

las Gallinas, 2 | Town of Tomé.

Inhabitants of the town..

December 22, 1858.

121, 594.53

Under act of

Area in acres.

June 21, 1860.. Not surveyed. 5* Town of Casa Colorado Inhabitants of the town..

December 22, 1858.

.do. 6 Brazito Legal representatives of Juan Antonio Garcia.

June 21, 1860..

.do.. 7 | Town of Tecolate Inhabitants of the town.

December 22, 1858 21, 636.83 8 Las Frigos

Legal representatives of Francisco Trajillo, Diega Padilla, and Barto- June 21, 1860... 12. 545, 66

lome Marquez,
9 Junta de las Rios.
John Scolly, Guillermo Smith, Gregorio Trajillo, Augustin Duran, San ..do.

Not surveyed.
tiago Giddings, and Francisco Romero.
10 Nuestra Señora de la Luz
John Lamy, bishop of New Mexico

.do

16,546.85
11 Town of Chilili
Inhabitants of the town.

December 22, 1858. 38,435. 14
12 Agua Negra
Antonio Sandoval...

June 21, 1860. Not surveyed. 13 Town of Belen Inhabitants of the town.

December 22, 1858. 194, 663.75 14 San Pedro.. José Serafin Ramirez..

June 21, 1860..

35, 911.63 15 Charles Beaubien and Guadalupe Miranda.

do

Not surveyed. 161 José Leandro Perea

do.

do...... 18 Cañon de Pecas. Legal representatives of Juan Estevan and legal representatives of do.

..do......
Francisco Ortiz, jr., and Juan de Aguilar.
16 Raucho of the pueblo of San Cristoval. E. W. Eaton, assignee and legal representative of Domingo Fernandez do

27,854,06
and others.
20 Town of Las Vegas
Inhabitants of the town.

do.

496, 446.96 Location number 1. Heirs of Luis Maria Cabeza de Baca, in lieu of “Las Vegas Grandes"

do.

Not surveyed. $ Location number 2

do.

99, 289.39 21 Town of Tajique... Inhabitants of the town......

do,

Not surveyed. 22 Town of Torreon..... do.

do.

do.. 23 Town of Manzano. .do...

do.

do...... 24 San Isidro. Legal representatives of Antonio Armenta and Salvador Sandoval.

.do.

do...... 25 Town of Cañon de San Diego Inhabitants of the town.

.do.

do...... 27 Town of Las Trampas .do.

do..

do...... 28 Legal representatives of Sebastian Martin.

.do.

do. 29 Town of Anton Chico. Inhabitants of the town..

...do...

389, 662, 72

Statement of confirmed Indian pueblo grants, 8c.—Continued.

PRIVATE LAND CLAIMS.

Designa

tion.

Name.

Confirmee.

3 Tierra Amarilla Francisco Martinez et al.

..do. ..do.

do.

Not surveyed.

30 Rancho of Pagnate, rancho of El Rito, | Indians of the pueblo of Laguna..

Gigante cañon, and rancho of San

Juan and Santa Ana.
31
Legal representatives of Vincente Duran y Armijo.

. do
Town of Mora
Inhabitants of the town..

.do.
Valverde and Fray Cristoval
Heirs of Pedro Armendaris.

do.
...do..

.do.
Bosque del Apache
Antonio Sandoval

.do Town of Chamito. Inhabitants of the town.

.do.
Town of Tejou..
..do..

.do.
38
Legal representatives of Pedro Sanchez.

..do....
43 Ortiz Mine

Elisha Whittlesey, Abraham Rencher, Ferdinand W. Risque, Nathaniel March 1, 1861

M. Miller, Joseph F. Walker's representatives, Charles E. Sherman,

and Andrew J. O'Bannon. 70 Cañon del Agua. Jose Serafin Ramirez.

June 12, 1866..

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* The claim of Casa Colorado is numbered 29 in the act of confirmation, but in the corrected list of private claims (see letter of Surveyor General of January 12, 1858) is numbered
as above.
# The claim of E. W. Eaton is numbered 16 in the act of confirmation, but should have been numbered 19. It seems to have been accidentally omitted in the corrected list.

The heirs of Luis Maria Cabeza de Baca, by the act of June 21, 1860, were granted, in lieu of "Las Vegas Grandes," which they claimed, the same amount of land contained in the Las
Vegas town grant, to be located by them in square bodies, not exceeding five in number. The heirs of Baca have located said grant in five square bodies, viz: Nos. 1 and 2 in New
Mexico, Nos. 3 and 5 in Arizona, and No. 4 in Colorado.

JOS. S. WILSON, Commissioner.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, General Land Office, October 15, 1867.

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No. 20.-Statement showing the area of the several States and Territories con

each up to the 30th June, 1867, and the quantity of land which remained

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Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Missouri.
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Michigan.
Arkansay..
Florida..
Iowa...
Wisconsin
California
Minnesota
Oregon.
Kansas.
Nevada
Nebraska
Washington Territory
New Mexico.
Utah..
Dakota
Colorado
Montana.
Arizona
Idabo
Indian
American purchase from Russia

Total....

39, 964 25, 576, 960 12, 806, 249, 64
33, 809 21, 637, 760 16, 122, 244. 78
55, 410 35, 462, 400 19, 878, 915. 99
65, 350 41, 824, 000 22, 849, 196.76
50, 722

32, 462, 080 17, 788, 665. 12
47, 156 30, 179, 840 12, 201, 0:37.03
41, 346 26, 461, 440 5,720, 309.75
56, 451 36, 128, 640 12, 160, 834.06
52, 198 33, 406, 720 8, 235, 659.03
59, 268 37, 931, 520 1, 832, 431. 49
55, 045 35, 228, 800 11, 571, 7:22. 64
53, 924 34,511, 360 9,717, 660, 10
188, 981 120, 947, 840 734, 469. 18
83, 531 53, 459, 840 2,081, 5:23. 14
95, 274 60,975, 360 200,959, 13
81,318 52, 043, 520 236, 145, 52
112, 090 71, 737, 741 56, 964. 86
75, 995 48, 636, 800 205, 475. 62
69, 994 44, 796, 160

154, 681.27 121, 201 77, 568, 640

88, C56 56, 355, 635
240, 597

153,982, 080 8, 527.97
104, 500 66, 880,000 58, 455, 38
143, 776 92,016, 640
113,916 72, 906,34
90, 932 58, 196, 480
68, 991 44, 154, 240
577, 390 369, 529, 600
2, 867, 185 1, 834,998, 400 154,622, 128. 46

5, 410. 121,817, 425.99

1, 311, 956.65 272.03 9, 533, 133.00 625, 860.03 6, 796, 3:22.89 47,859. 09

1, 158, 611. 17 18,855. 70 384, 697,73

4, 659.52 1, 156, 142.50 968, 166.59 3,328, 246.78

53, 213.842, 258, 146.92 112, 192. 86

464, 782.04 291, 038. 65 13, 946, 005.77 624, 384. 84 6,053, 119.49

279, 523. 36 455, 492.00 2, 101, 231, 51 5,740, 039.00 228, 340.11

57, 069.14 622, 477,07 4,040, 835.95

10,546 53 7, 580.00 708, 545. 37 1, 428 758, 05 220, 313. 74

39, 813.63

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Column No. 5 shows the quantity returned as actually located, and does not, of course, include the outstand

Column No. 6 shows the quantity selected within their own limits by States containing public lands, under act to non-public land holding States which had been located by the State assignees up to June 30, 1867, and cable to all the States.

Column No. 7 shows the quantity actually certified under grants for railroads, and not the whole quantity to the railroad grants by act of Congress will be equal to 184,813,994. 67 acres. (See table No. 15.)

Column No. 8 shows the quantity embraced in approved swamp selections under the acts of 1849, 1850, and

Column No. 9 shows the quantity granted for internal improvements, under the act of September 4, 1841, grants to each State for internal improvements. In the case of Ohio and Indiana, the prior grants covered act of 1841. In the case of Illinois, Iowa, and Wisconsin, the qnantities given in this column include the granted to Iowa for the improvement of the Des Moines river, under the acts of 1846 and 1862, and joint reso act of 1846, and therefore exceed the quantity of 500,000 acres. Column No. 10 shows the quantity granted for university

purposes, and the estimated quantity granted to Indian territory nor American purchase from Russia being included.

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taining public lands, the quantity of land disposed of by sale or otherwise in unsold and unappropriated at that date in the several States and Territories.

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ing warrants and scrip not returned as located up to June 30, 1867. the agricultural college act of July 2, 1862, and its supplements; also the quantity of serip issued under said not the quantity liable to isste under the act, which would be 9,600,000 acres, should said act be made appliwhich will inure under the grants, it being estimated that the aggregate which will be transferred pursuant 1860, and not the quantity selected, the latter being in excess of the approvals. (See swamp tables Nos. 6 and 7.) and specific grants prior thereto. The act of 1841 granted 500,000 acres, less the quantity embraced in prior the quantity given in column 9, exceeding 500,000 acres; and therefore those States received no land under the additional selections by Illinois for the Illinois and Michigan canal, under

the acts of 1842 and 1854, the quantity lution of 1861; also the grant to Wisconsin for the improvement of the Fox and Wisconsin rivers, under the the Sta’es and reserved in the organized Territories, respectively, for the support of schools, neither the:

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