3 edition of Argument upon the Pueblo title of the City of San Franicsco found in the catalog.
Argument upon the Pueblo title of the City of San Franicsco
|Statement||by George Turner.|
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|Pagination||71 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||71|
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The argument contended that no paper title for some of the pueblo grants was found or ever existed, so, consequently, some pueblos were not entitled to the four square leagues. This contention was challenged by the City of San Francisco.
During its appeal, the city stated that no such paper or parchment grant ever existed. Buy rare Plat of the Pueblo Lands of San Francisco finally confirmed to the City of San Francisco.
Surveyed under instructions from the U.S. Surveyor General by F. von Leicht, U.S. Dep. Surv. in December Containing 36/ Acres. map by created by Ferdinand von Leicht. Visit Neatline Antique & Vintage Maps Store to browse over antique maps.
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The Pueblo of San Francisco. What is now the City and County of San Francisco was, under the Republic of Mexico, the Pueblo of San Francisco, though this was strenuously denied by the United States Government. The petition of San Francisco filed with the United States Board of Land Commissioners July 2,was for four square leagues.
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