3 edition of Royal land grants north of the Río Grande, 1777-1821 found in the catalog.
Royal land grants north of the Río Grande, 1777-1821
Florence (Johnson) Scott
|LC Classifications||F392.R5 S44|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 116 p.|
|Number of Pages||116|
|LC Control Number||74082686|
The land that encompasses present Rio Grande City was a part of a Spanish land grant given to Jose Antonio de la Garza Falcon in Land grants on the lower Rio Grande Valley were long, narrow ribbons known as porciones. Porciones spanned the river cross-wise to give each property owner at least a modicum of river frontage. The royal stamps appear on the testimonio. In Andrés Bautista Pereda and his son, José Manuel Pereda, began the process of applying for a land .
Land grants may also have been provided to your ancestors by Great Britain, if they had served in the British military in America, particularly in the French and Indian War of Many British soldiers who had served here, later decided to settle or emigrate, often because land grants were made available after the war, or tour of duty. While our physical offices are closed until further notice in accordance with Austin's COVID "stay home-work safe" order, the Handbook of Texas will remain available at no-cost for you, your fellow history enthusiasts, and all Texas students currently mandated to study from home. If you have the capacity to help us maintain our online Texas history resources during these uncertain times.
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Royal land grants north of the Río Grande, Río Grande City, Tex., Distributed by La Retama Press, ] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /. : Royal Land Grants North of the Rio Grande Early History of Large Grants Made By Spain to Families in Jurisdiction of Reynosa Which Became a Part of Texas After the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo First edition, SIGNED, INSCRIBED & DATED by Hobart Huson, Texas Historian and Author on free front end paper.
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Florence J. Scott, Royal Land Grants North of the Rio Grande, – (Waco: Texian Press, ). New Guide to Spanish and Mexican Land Grants in South Texas. Austin: Texas General Land Office, Rozeff, Norman. "Rosa María Hinojosa de Ballí: A Modern Woman Before Modern Times." Valley Morning Star, November 2, Scott, Florence J.
Royal Land Grants North of the Rio Grande, – Waco: Texian Press, Tijerina, Andres. The book “New Guide to Spanish and Mexican Land Grants in South Texas” by Galen D. Greaser will be your go to book when it comes to land grant information.
– Large Land Grants North of the Rio Grande () – Policy Reforms: Royal Grants, – Unsettled Times: – Independent Mexico. A land grant is a gift of real estate – land or its use privileges – made by a government or other authority as an incentive, means of enabling works, or as a reward for services to an individual, especially in return for military of land are also awarded to individuals and companies as incentives to develop unused land in relatively unpopulated countries; the process of.
CHAPS involves a project that highlights the multicultural history of families and their land in the Rio Grande Valley. Students conduct land title research in the Hidalgo County Courthouse and conduct family oral interviews.
They then trace their history back to the original land grants awarded by the King of Spain in the 18th century when.
Directed by Nate Watt. With William Boyd, George 'Gabby' Hayes, Russell Hayden, Morris Ankrum. Hoppy's brother has been murdered and he is on the trail of the murderers. To get them he makes himself seem to be a wanted man. Spain gave Joaquin Galan a tract of land known as the Palafox Grant, about 43 miles northwest of Laredo.
It consisted of 21 million square varas on the east bank of the Rio Grande in what is now Webb County. A vara is a Spanish unit of distance that was used in Texas land grants. One vara is about /3 inches.
Investigation of the mineral estate status on Spanish and Mexican land grants in South Texas reveals that many appear to have royalties going into suspense, or have in the past had royalties going into suspense. Production Reports as of April, indicate that some part of the mineral estate remains in the unknown heirs on the following grants.
The name “Rio Arriba” means “Upper River.” The County is so named because the Rio Grande, the lifeline of the state, runs through it.
Under Mexican rule (established in ) New Mexico was divided into two territories. Rio Abajo, the “Lower River,” comprised everything south of Santa Fe. New Mexico Land Grants | New Mexico Land Grant Names.
Source: History of New Mexico, Its Resources and People, Volume I, Pacific States Publishing Co., ©New Mexico American History and Genealogy Project - Created by Charles Barnum & by Judy White. The Land Grant Process. Various royal, colonial, state, and federal governments established the first claims to land in what is now the United States.
These governments have since sold or given much of this land to individuals. The person who obtains title to the land from the government receives a land grant. The Rio Grande Valley's historical heritage. reaches far into the past as early indigenous Indian nomadic tribes inhabited the area as much as 11, years ago.
Settlement and development of the RGV began in the s when Spanish explorers traveled north from Mexico in search of. purchased large tracts of royal lands on the north side of the Rio Grande.
The largest land grant in what is today Texas, the ,acre “San Juan de Carricitos” tract titled to José Narciso Cabazos in is a notable example. The area of south Texas comprises about porciones grants and 33 larger land grants issued by Spain.
Rio Grande is a privately held company engaged in the acquisition, exploration and development of natural gas and oil assets in South Texas. Rio Grande was founded in June by Glenn Hart (the former Chief Executive Officer of Michael Petroleum Corporation and Laredo Energy) and GS Gas LLC (whose principals include Governor Jeb Bush, Jeb Bush Jr, and Santi Barrosso).
New Mexico Land Grant Names. Beside these large alleged grants, there were a number of large areas, the claims of which were rejected in their entirety, three known simply as the Rancho grants, located unknown, and the Rancho de las Comanches, Rancho Rio Puerco, Rancho Los Comales, or Corrales, Rancho de la Gallina, and Rancho El Rito, each claiming an area of 95, acres; and the Gallina.
The RÍo Grande del Norte National Monument is comprised of rugged, wide open plains at an average elevation of 7, feet, dotted by volcanic cones, and cut by steep canyons with rivers tucked away in their depths.
The RÍo Grande carves an foot deep gorge through layers of .Land Grants and List of Grants or Allotments of Lands to the Pueblo Indians, - Letterpress Book of Grant Papers, 5/13/ - 11/25/ Letters Sent, 8/9/ - 4/19/Colorado: Alamosa, Rio Grande, Mineral & Conejos, New Mexcio: Rio Arriba &Taos.
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