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Official map of San Francisco, compiled from the field notes of the official re-survey made by William M. Eddy, surveyor of the town of San Francisco, California

Official map of San Francisco, compiled from the field notes of the of...

Scale 1:6,600. Cadastral map. LC copy designed to show by color land grant and claims. LC copy not colored. Vault AACR2

Official map of San Francisco compiled from the field notes of the official re-survey made by Wm. M. Eddy. surveyor of the town of San Francisco

Official map of San Francisco compiled from the field notes of the off...

Manuscript; pen-and-ink, watercolor, and pencil corrections. Sectioned and mounted on cloth backing. Cadastral map. "Presented to the Senators and Representatives from California by Wm. M. Eddy, city surveyor, ... more

Map of Coahoma County in the state of Mississippi : taken from the original field notes, personal survey & actual observations /

Map of Coahoma County in the state of Mississippi : taken from the ori...

Shows landownership. LC Land ownership maps, 386 Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.

U.S. Reports: Graham v. Gill, 223 U.S. 643 (1912)

U.S. Reports: Graham v. Gill, 223 U.S. 643 (1912)

Description: U.S. Reports Volume 223; October Term, 1911; Graham v. Gill

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