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A Bill Authorizing the Commutation of Soldiers" Bounty Lands
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Published: (). Finding & Using Military Bounty Land Records. by Sunny McClellan Morton | During the colonial era and early years of the United States, cash-poor governments often lured men into military service with the promise of a chunk of frontier property. A Bill Authorizing the Commutation of Soldiers' Bounty Land Published: () A Bill Authorizing the Commutation of Soldiers' Bounty Lands Published: () Mutiny, mayhem, mythology Bounty's enigmatic voyage /.
Bounty Lands to Soldiers. J providing for the increase of the pay of private soldiers to $15 a month, to lake effect from, May 1,; and the other is contained in the bill.
Starting in colonial times, military bounty land was given as a way to encourage people to enlist in the military. However, it wasn’t especially popular until and it stayed fairly common until After that, such claims began to drop off, but they still occurred from time to time until the s.
Full text of "Resolutions, laws, and ordinances, relating to the pay, half pay, commutation of half pay, bounty lands, and other promises made by Congress to the officers and soldiers of the revolution; to the settlement of the accounts between the United States and the several states; and to funding the revolutionary debt" See other formats.
THE CONGRESSIONAL GLOBE. Lxr Stevens, Hestnr L., a Representative from Michi-gan—Continued. remarks on the bill to extend the Colt patent, Book A (entry"Abstract list of Indian applicants for military bounty lands") is a list of Indian applicants for military bounty land under the act of March 3,showing the name, tribe, service and length thereof, names of officers under whom service is claimed, date of the completion of papers sent, name and post office address of.
Full text of "Resolutions, laws and ordinances, relating to the pay, half pay, commutation of half pay, bounty lands" See other formats. See Military Records: Bounty Lands, Part 1 to get a broad overview of when and why land was distributed based on military service.
Based on an inventory A Bill Authorizing the Commutation of Soldiers Bounty Lands book the number of bounty land warrants held in the National Archives, nearlysuch warrants were issued following the Revolutionary War and up through This book is such an articulately composed analysis of one of the United States' most successful public policies.
In "Soldiers to Citizens," Suzanne Mettler outlines how the educational provisions of the G.I. Bill created what she refers to as "the greatest generation."Cited by: 28 September c. 85 9 Stat. By genealogy-quest LXXXV – An Act granting Bounty Land to certain Officers and Soldiers who have been engaged in the Military Service of the United States.
in one body and in conformity to the legal subdivisions of the public lands. 3 March c. 10 Stat. By genealogy-quest | 3 March - pm | 30 April Pension and Bounty Land Acts An Act in Addition to certain Acts granting Bounty Land to certain Officers and Soldiers who have been engaged in the Military Service of the United States.
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Jan. Remarks in legislature on bill authorizing land patents to be admitted to record: ``Mr. Lincoln said that the difficulty to be remedied is already provided for; and therefore the last clause of the bill is irrelevant.'' Vandalia Free Press, Jan.
24, Jan. Remarks in legislature on bill to change judicial circuits, mentioned, ibid. H.R. 92 (35 th): To amend the act entitled ‘’An act in addition to certain acts granting bounty land to certain officers and soldiers who have been engaged in the military service of the United States,” approved May fourteen, eighteen hundred and fifty-six.
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Resolutions, laws, and ordinances, relating to the pay, half pay, commutation of half pay, bounty lands, and other promises made by Congress to the officers and soldiers of the Revolution; to the settlement of the accounts between the United States and the several states; and to funding the revolutionary debt.
The daily union. [volume] (Washington [D.C.])DecemImage 2, brought to you by Library of Congress, Washington, DC, and the National Digital Newspaper Program. The law stated lands not claimed by the veteran, his heirs or assigns before January faced forfeiture to settlers filing under the South of Green River Series of patents.
Inlands west of the Tennessee River were purchased from the Chickasaw Indians. A number of Revolutionary War veterans had settled on the lands prior to the sale.
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S RAFF'S' MANUAL OF PENSIONS AND BOUNTIES. A MANUAL OF PENSIONS AND BOUNTIES) containing full forth~ and s for obtaining Pensions, Bounty Money and Bounty Lands, under the various Acts of Congress, to August, By Hio.; George W.
Raftf. 1 Vol. 12mo. $2, MOREHEAD'S KENTUCKY PRACTICE. 2 Pardon for Soldiers of the Great War Bill 1 above if the Secretary of State makes an order to that effect in accordance with the provisions of this section.
(2) An order under subsection (1) above may be made— (a) in accordance with the provisions of subsection (3) below, or (b) after the Secretary of State has submitted to each House of File Size: KB. to suspend rules and consider s.explanatory of an act granting bounty land to certain officers and soldiers.
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Revolutionary War Warrants issued to Virginia soldiers, heirs & assigns had to be used within the Kentucky or Ohio Military District.
To research Military Districts for other states, access “Revolutionary War Bounty Land Grants” by Lloyd D. Bockstruck. Pension Acts. An Overview of Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Legislation. and the Southern Campaigns Pension Transcription Project.
By Will Graves (revised Ma )Beginning as early atthe Continental Congress recognized the benefit of extending pension and bounty land benefits to the men who fought for America’s independence from Great Britain.
Included are petitions from citizens, heirs, soldiers, officers, administrators, widows, executors, agents, attorneys, merchants, guardians, and others, regarding compensation for war service, compensation for supplies, ships, etc., furnished to troops during various wars, bounty lands, pensions, military certificates, depreciation of pay.- A.A.
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Bill kept the faith -- what more could we say?".Allison introduced a bill granting lands to certain railroads; the object being to secure the immediate completion of the railroad through Iowa, to Omaha, connecting with the Pacific Railroad: referred.—Mr. Hooper, from the Committee of Ways and Means, asked leave to introduce a resolution authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to sell any.