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Twelve U.S. Government reports on California  

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Twelve U.S. Government reports on California


Washington, D.C.



Includes: Fortifications at Fort Point and Alcatrazas Island: Letter from the Secretary of War.... 6 pp. 1854. * California - Refund Money to State of, for Suppressing Indian Aggressions... 6 pp. 1854. * Message from the President...relative to the removal of the California Indians. 3 pp. (dampstained). 1855. * Letter from the Secretary of the Interior transmitting a prepared bill for the sale of Indian Reservations in California. 3 pp. [&] Estimates for Indian Service in California. 2 pp. [&] Survey and Sale of Indian Reservations in California. 2 pp. (dampstained). 1863. * Feilner. Explorations in Upper California in 1860, under the auspices of the Smithsonian Institution. Pp. [421]-430. [c.1865]. * Petition of John A. Sutter, Praying Compensation for land owned by him in California, and held under Mexican grants, which was settled upon and occupied by settlers from the United States... 10 pp. * Dunn. California: Her Agricultural Resources. Pp. 581-610. * Letter from the Secretary of the Interior... relative to the status of military reservation No. 7, opposite Mare Island, California. 28 pp. With 2 lithographed maps, 1 hand-colored (uncolored map split along folds and in 2 pieces). 1872. * War Claims of California, Oregon, and Nevada...in the suppression of the rebellion... 44 pp. 1890. * Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a further report upon the subject of war claims of the state of California... 190 pp. 1890. * Reservation of Certain Lands in California... Testimony taken by the select committee of the United States Senate... 24 pp. 1898. * Letter from the Secretary of War... Report on the Improvement of Sacramento and Feather Rivers and Their Tributaries. 11 pp. 1898. Together, 12 documents. Removed from larger volumes with remains of stitching on spines.

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