4 edition of Lands granted Willamette Valley and Cascade Mountain Wagon-Road Company. found in the catalog.
Lands granted Willamette Valley and Cascade Mountain Wagon-Road Company.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Military Affairs.
|Other titles||Lands granted to Willamette Valley and Cascade Mountain Wagon-Road Company|
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remaining unsold should revert to the United States. By act of the legislature of Oregon, approved Octo , the said lands so granted, and all rights under the grant, were transferred to the de-fendant the Willamette Valley & Cascade Mountain Wagon Road Company, a private corporation of the state of Oregon. The Lewis Cemetery is situated on a portion of the Willamette Valley and Cascade Mountain Wagon Road Land Grant, in Sect Township 13 South of range 1 East in Linn County. The cemetery lies near the southwest corner of the section and about one .
The Dalles Military Road, also known as The Dalles – Boise Military Wagon Road, was a midth century wagon road surveyed and barely built by The Dalles Military Road Company between and To qualify for government land grants, the company was supposed to build a wagon road from The Dalles, Oregon, to Fort Boise in r, the company's road, on which it spent about $6, The official website of the Oregon Secretary of State Chronology of events in Oregon history from to Warms Springs tribes sign treaty reserving land and rights to food resources Congress authorizes Corvallis-Yaquina Bay Military Wagon Road and Willamette Valley-Cascade Mountain Military Wagon Road.
The Oregon Central Military Wagon Road Company was unblushing in its scam. When its surveyors reached the Cascade summit, rather than heading east toward Boise, they swept south through the upper Deschutes and into the Klamath Reservation, cutting a swath of checkerboard lands out of the lush meadows along the Williamson and Sprague Rivers. "That there is hereby granted to the Willamette Valley and Cascade Mountain Wagon Road Company, all lands, right of way, rights, privileges and immunities heretofore granted or pledged to this state by the act of Congress, in this act heretofore recited, for the purpose of aiding said company in constructing the road [72 Or. ] mentioned and.
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History of the Willamette Valley and Cascade Mountain Author: Cleon L Clark. History of the Willamette valley and Cascade mountain wagon road company by Carroll John Amundson (Book); Abstract of Willamette Valley and Cascade Mountain Wagon Road Company, by United States (Book); Report of the Commission appointed to investigate "The Willamette Valley and Cascade Mountain Wagon Road Company," "The Oregon Central Military Wagon Road Company.
several billion feet of standing timber, from the Willamette Valley and Cascade Mountain Wagon Road Company which was owned by the Lazard Freres, Paris, through Charles Altschul, New York.
These lands comprised a federal land grant awarded the Willamette Valley company in to construct a military road and consisted of alternate sections. patents were issued to the road company. WILLAMETTE VALLEY AND CASCADE MOUNTAIN WAGON ROAD. The act of July 5, (14 Stat., 89), granted to the State of Oregon, to aid in the construction of a military wagon road from AlbaiiJ', Oreg., by way of Canyon City, to the eastern boundary of the State, alternate.
were taken. The documents include: Lands Granted Willamette Valley and Cascade Mountain Wagon Road Company, (referred to as Military Wagon Road in Ore-gon), House Report46th Cong.
3rd Ses.,p. (Serial ); Lands Granted to the State of Oregon, Senate Executive Docum 47th Cong. 1st. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Military Wagon Road Company with Reference to the Histories of Four Other Wagon Roads in the State of Oregon" (unpublished master's thesis, University of Oregon Library, ) ; and in Carroll Amundson, "History of the Willamette Valley and Cascade Mountain Wagon Road Company," Uni versity of Oregon Thesis Series, No.
17, Eugene, The Santiam Wagon Road was built in the s to connect the Willamette Valley, across the mid-Cascades and through Eastern Oregon, to the Idaho border. Its history is that of enterprising men, entrepreneurs, of the Willamette Valley who envisioned a crossing of the mid-Cascades that would create a link between the rich farmland in the Valley.
Construction of a county road that was later incorporated into the Santiam Wagon Road began in Luther Elkins, D.W. Balland, Morgan Kees, John Settle, Isaac Coryell (later replaced by Jeremiah Ralston), Jacob Kees, and James H. Richardson incorporated the Willamette Valley and Cascade Mountain Wagon Road Company on Ma The wagon road company was dissolved in and the road sold to Linn County, which maintained it until completion of U.S.
20 in Despite logging and other developments, the road remained. Santiam Wagon Road Lands - On July 5th, an act of Congress grants odd numbered sections to the Willamette Valley & Cascade Mountain Wagon Road Company in exchange for the construction of the Santiam Wagon Road between Albany and Ontario, Oregon (about miles).
Shifting ownership - Santiamagon W Road property is sold to the Oregon. Oregon Central Military Wagon Road (Springfield to Fort Boise, Idaho), July 2, (13 Stat. Corvallis-Yaquina Bay Military Wagon Road (Corvallis to Yaquina City), July 4, Willamette Valley and Cascade Mountain Military Wagon Road (Albany to Fort Boise, Idaho), July 5, (14 Stat.
89). The Willamette Valley and Cascade Mountain Military Wagon Road Company surveys a route suitable for wagons between Albany and the Deschutes River at Lower Bridge.
It follows the South Santiam River, and crosses the Cascades at Big Lake and Whychus Creek at this meadow. Later this road becomes a part of the Santiam Wagon Road. The bill sets forth, that the State of Oregon, by an act passed Octo(Laws of Oregon ofp.
58,) granted to the Willamette Valley and Cascade Mountain Wagon Road Company all lands and rights granted to the State by said act of Congress, for the purpose of aiding the company in constructing the road mentioned in the act, and also all lands and rights which might thereafter be.
Annotated by James A. Warner, surveyor; Samuel E. May, Secretary of State and Acting Governor; and J.N. Foster, president of Willamette Valley & Cascade Mountain Military Wagon Road Company. Description: 1 map: mounted on cloth backing ; 45 x 95 cm: Cartographic Mathematical Data: Scale [,].
Other Titles. According to Wall, The Willamette Valley and Cascade Mountain Wagon Road Company claimed more thanacres of land after the creation of its wagon road that mirrored much of today’s U.S. Bythe Willamette Valley and Cascade Mountain Road Company was formed and submitted plans to the United States government for a road from the Willamette River to Ontario.
The company was granted sections of land that totaledacres. Mountain Valley Land Company is focused on providing you with the best results and service in the industry. They listen carefully to understand your real estate goals and work hard to create solutions that make sense for you.
Whether you are new to the market or an experienced investor, they have the expertise, proven track record, and. Santiam Wagon Road Linn and Deschutes Co., Oregon Willamette Valley and Cascade Mountain Wagon Road Company Narrative Statement of Significance (Explain the significance of the property on one or more continuation sheets) Santiam Wagon Road Linn and Deschutes Co., Oregon Size: 3MB.
The disposition of the public domain in Oregon. [Jerry A O'Callaghan] Oregon and California Railroad Company. Willamette Valley and Cascade Mountain Wagon Road (Or.) Education, Higher -- Oregon. # Oregon--Willamette Valley and Cascade Mountain.
In the Willamette Valley and Cascade Mountain Military Wagon Road Company was formed and submitted plans to the U.S. Government for a Military Road to be built along the route as far east as the mouth of the Malheur River.
The Land Grant of includedacres for the road builder.Oregon military wagon road. Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, in response to a resolution of the House calling for information in relation to lands patented to the Oregon Central Military Wagon Road Company, the Willamette Valley and Cascade Mountain, and The Dalles Military Wagon Road Company.Crane Land Grant is a acre land patent in Harney, Oregon.
Ownership and use of this patent is overseen by the Bureau of Land Management's Burns Three Riversegon Field Office under the serial number ORBAA The last action for this patent occurred on Novem