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Land Grants for Internal Improvements in the United States

W. J. Donald
Journal of Political Economy
Vol. 19, No. 5 (May, 1911), pp. 404-410
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Notes and References

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    Statement Showing Land Grants Made by Congress to Aid in the Construction of Rail- roads, Wagon Roads, Canals, and Internal Improvements, Together with Data Relative Thereto (compiled from the Records of the General Land Office), Washington, Government Printing Office, 1908, p. 20.
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    Donaldson, The Public Domain, 255.
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    Land Office Statement (1908), 22-23.
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    Land Office Statement (1908), 24-25.
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    Land Office Statement (1908), 26-27.
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    Haney, Congressional History of Railways, University of Wisconsin Studies, Economics and Political Science Series, III, 346.
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    Land Office Statement (1908), 1-23.
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    Land Office Statement (1908), 1-23.
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    Ibid. (1908), 1-23 The amounts patented by states and companies down to date are given in the Report of the Department of the Interior annually.