Extending Isolated Tract Act to lands in Oklahoma.

by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Public Lands

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Other titlesExtending isolated tract act to lands in Oklahoma
SeriesH.rp.1038
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination1 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16152017M

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The central and western parts of Oklahoma were opened to settlement by non-Indians around the turn of the twentieth century. After the general allotment of tribal lands to individuals of each Native nation, several methods were used to open and populate the remainder, which became part of the public domain and available under the Homestead Act. A tract is considered isolated if the contiguous lands are all patented, even though there are other public lands cornering upon the tract. For sale purposes under R.S. , an isolated tract is a parcel of vacant public lands (not exceeding 1, acres) which is surrounded by appropriated public lands and/or private lands. This act may be cited and referred to as the "Municipal Land Use Law." L, c. , s. 1, eff. Aug. 1, D Purpose of the act Purpose of the act. It is the intent and purpose of this act: a. To encourage municipal action to guide the appropriate use or development of all lands in this State, in a. An Act Extending the time for payment of balance due on purchase price of a certain tract of land. Dec. 21, PDF, 81KB: Chapter 4: An Act Amending section sixty-seven of the Act approved March third, nineteen hundred and eleven, to codify, revise, and amend the laws relating to the judiciary. Dec. 21, PDF, 81KB: Chapter 5.

In Congress created the Territory of Oklahoma out of a portion of the Indian Territory bounded on the west and south by the boundary lines of the State of Texas;25 and by the same Act directed that a suit in equity be brought in this Court on behalf of the United States against the State of Texas, to settle the controversy as to the title. Public Land Law; i. Right of Way Act of Certain federal laws have granted easements for activities that benefit the public interest. Congress enacted the Right of Way Act of , which regulated easements across the public domain. This Act granted to ditch and canal companies a right-of-way across the public lands and reservations.   This map derives from the huge (23, x 14, pixels) map located at the Library of Congress website Map of the United States and Territories prepared by the General Land Office in I've resized it to 8, pixels wide and you can download that version here.I've cropped the original to show two views of Oklahoma — one with a panhandle and one without, noting that the panhandle . The later history of the Christian Indian tract is beyond the bounds of this story. [66] Its importance is not so much in the ultimate ownership or use of the tract but rather in the way in which the tract was sold. The sale to Isaacs was the first instance of the transfer of an important tract of Indian land directly to an individual or group.

Extending Isolated Tract Act to lands in Oklahoma. by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Public Lands Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Oklahoma Genealogical Society also has published "The Index to Early Land Tract Books” on compact disc, which is available for $20, tax included.

Make checks payable to Oklahoma Genealogical Society, P.O. BoxOklahoma City, OK OKLAHOMA ENABLING ACT J Enabling Act settlement the said lands, and by any Act or Acts of Congress since said date and and at said sale no bid for any tract at less than the appraisement thereof shall be accepted.

Jc. §10, 34 State. File Size: 23KB. Indian Land Laws: Being a Treatise on Indian Land Titles in Oklahoma and Under the General Allotment Act, Amendments and Legislation Supplemental Thereto, Including a Full Consideration of Conveyances of Lands of Minors, Descent, Dower, Curtesy, Taxation, Easements in and Actions Affecting Title to Allotted Indian Lands; Also a Compilation of Treaties, Agreements and Statutes Applicable.

Beginning inextensive publicity was given to the fact that no Indian tribes had ever been settled on a tract in the heart of the Indian Territory ceded by the Creeks and Seminoles at the close of the Civil War, and newspapers throughout the West contended that these "Unassigned Lands" -- soon to be popularly designated as "Oklahoma Lands.

3, land management tract books containing official records of the land status and transactions involving surveyed public lands arranged by state and then by township and range. These books indicate who obtained the land, and include a physical description of the tract and where the land is.

To search for tract book records: Start by selecting the state. Fill in a complete land description. Click the Search Tract Books button. You will be switched to the "Search Results" page. You can get a brief description of what each field means by hovering your mouse over it.

Locating land is fundamental to the tax mapping process. Once land is located it must also be given its own unique "name." This is called parcel identification.

A good land description will permanently and distinctly locate one and only one individual parcel of land. In Oklahoma, land is described by written descriptions or legally recorded plats. The Oklahoma land rush begins At precisely high noon, thousands of would-be settlers make a mad dash into the newly opened Oklahoma Territory to claim cheap land.

The Commissioners of the Land Office maintains a Geographic Information System (GIS) web map that displays an inventory of the lands managed by the CLO. It may be used to see what lands are available for auction or other information related to the land or mineral rights.

Burns Land Office, - L Lakeview Land Office, • LG. LaGrande Land Office, - P Portland Land Office, - R Roseburg Land Office, - TO The Land Office, - V Vale Land Office, - through. Oregon Land Office, all case fi le.

22 volumes. Compiled by Anna Billie Clevenger. The Land Tract Books are the records of the first owners of land, showing name, legal description and date of entry for all of Oklahoma Territory. The books are on microfilm, a copy of which is located in the Lawton Public Library.

Obtaining title to land under the doctrine of Boundary by Acquiescence. A second legal doctrine in Oklahoma also will grant title to an area of land in one who did not originally own it if the area is along a boundary and all parties surrounding the boundary concede to it as the property line.

Thus is the law of Boundary by Acquiescence. For. The grant of a pipeline right-of-way with the right of ingress and egress to and from a tract of land for the purpose of laying, repairing, and maintaining a pipeline, implies a right to patrol the pipeline in the most expeditious manner possible.

at § 24; see Rees, N.E.2d at n Get this from a library. Oklahoma Indian land laws: a second edition of The lands of the five civilized tribes, expanded to include all tribes in Oklahoma: a treatise upon the law applicable to the lands of the five civilized tribes, absentee Shawnees, Eastern Shawnees, Apaches, Arapahoes, Caddoes, Cheyennes, Comanches, Iowas, Kiowas, Kaws, Kickapoos, Miamies, Modocs, Osages, Otoes.

Background. Land-grant laws similar to the Homestead Acts had been proposed by northern Republicans before the Civil War, but had been repeatedly blocked in Congress by southern Democrats who wanted western lands open for purchase by slave-owners.

The Homestead Act of did pass in Congress, but it was vetoed by President James Buchanan, a Democrat. After the Southern states seceded from. In Norman: East Main Suite Norman, Oklahoma In Oklahoma City: NW nd Street Suite A Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Phone: () Fax: Land Judging in Oklahoma James H.

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It also. Tract books & Land Entry Case Files Records were made of each land entry and filed in tract books. They serve as an index to the case files at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. They are on microfilm in the Oklahoma Historical Society Research Library.

Photo copies of the tract books are at the OK Department of Libraries, NE 18th. The Oklahoma County Planning Commission (hereinafter “Planning Commission”) is vested with the authority to review, approve, conditionally approve, and disapprove applications for the subdivision of land, as described in Section of these regulations and O.S.

Title 19 §, including General Plats, Preliminary Plats, and Final Plats. Welcome to the Oklahoma property and real estate section of FindLaw's State Laws Center, with summaries of statutes affecting property owners, tenants, and landlords.

In Oklahoma, as in other states, laws limit the amount of money a landlord can charge for a security deposit, provide parameters for certain terms of the lease agreement, prohibit discrimination, and regulate other aspects of the.

And sometimes they are meant to garner political support for a law by giving it a catchy name (as with the 'USA Patriot Act' or the 'Take Pride in America Act') or by invoking public outrage or sympathy (as with any number of laws named for victims of crimes).

History books, newspapers, and other sources use the popular name to refer to these laws. Homestead Act Limitations and Results. The Homestead Act, enacted during the Civil War inprovided that any adult citizen, or intended citizen, who had never borne arms against the U.S.

government could claim acres of surveyed government land. Claimants were required to “improve” the plot by building a dwelling and cultivating the land. U.S., Bureau of Land Management Tract Books, Images only. Bureau of Land Management Land Patents, index; Cherokee Strip Land Run, List of names who claimed land.

Oklahoma and Indian Territory, Land Allotment Jackets for Five Civilized Tribes, ($) Oklahoma Land Openings - Oklahoma Tract Books, box 19 pt. 2, includes Indian allotments in the far northeastern Indian Territory (microfilm) Forgotten Oklahoma Records: Cherokee Land Allotment Book by Fredrea Cook, (print) The Oklahoma Territory Census and the Oklahoma Census often indicate the township in which a person lived at the time of the census.

Bureau of Land Management - General Land Office Records. The Official Land Records Site for the United States. This site has a searchable database of more than five million (present) Federal land conveyance records, including scanned images of those records.

There are also images related to survey plats and field notes, dating back to The Commissioners of the Land Office are hereby authorized to subdivide any tract or tracts of lands, or to combine any tract or tracts of land, subject to appraisement and sale under the provisions of this act, when, in their discretion, it is deemed that such combination of any tract or tracts of land is necessary to provide a farm of.

Kellyville, Oklahoma as follows: SECTION 1: That the corporate limits of the Town of Kellyville, Oklahoma be and the same are hereby extended to include the following described property, situated in Creek County, State of Oklahoma, to wit: A tract of land located lot one (1) Section one (1), of Whipponnill Estates.

Kellyville, Oklahoma as follows: SECTION 1: That the corporate limits of the Town of Kellyville, Oklahoma be and the same are hereby extended to include the following described property, situated in Creek County, State of Oklahoma, to wit: A tract of land.

Dawes Act; Other short titles: Dawes Severalty Act of Long title: An Act to provide for the allotment of lands in severalty to Indians on the various reservations, and to extend the protection of the laws of the United States and the Territories over the Indians, and for other purposes.

Oklahoma County County Clerk Robert S. Kerr Avenue Room Oklahoma City, OK 2nd Floor of the Annex Building Phone: Fax: During this COVID situation, starting on April 27th, the Oklahoma County Clerk's office will open at a.m and close at p.m for our walk in customers.

Petitioners asserted that the Act of Februand the amending Act of Februmade no grant in praesenti of a right of way but merely authorized the company to acquire one by purchase or condemnation; that these statutes applied only to Indian country and not to the public domain, and that, on Februthe land in.The Federal Tract Books were made when the land was first offered or opened to entry by the Federal Government and are entered by land description.

The books include people who applied for homesteads or Indian allotments in Oklahoma Territory (not Indian Territory, except for a small portion in vol. 63). They do not include allotments of the Five-Civilized Tribes and Osage Indians.

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