4 edition of fourth or 1821 land lottery of Georgia found in the catalog.
fourth or 1821 land lottery of Georgia
S. Emmett Lucas
|Statement||compiled by Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr.|
|LC Classifications||F290 .L88 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||253 p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||253|
|LC Control Number||87181142|
Land Lottery of Georgia. by S. Emmett Lucas, Jr.. Southern Historical Press, Inc., Hardcover. New. No Jacket By: Silas E. Lucas, Jr., Orig. Pub. , Revised & Reprinted , pages, Hard Cover, ISBN # The original edition was arranged alphabetically by counties and then alphabetically by surname, making it extremely difficult to use when searching a . Although the Supreme Court ruled in their favor, the state of Georgia confiscated the Cherokee lands, surveyed them into 40 acre lots and distributed to white settlers through a lottery system, which is depicted in this image, "A Map of the 18th District, 1st Section, originally Cherokee now Union County.".
Click to read more about The Fourth or Land Lottery of Georgia by S. Emmett Lucas. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers All about The Fourth or Land Lottery of Georgia by S. Emmett : S. Emmett Lucas. The Smith book includes land and gold lotteries, with maps of each district. Silas Lucas also published several indexes, including Second or land lottery of Georgia ( Se2), Third and fourth or and land lotteries of Georgia ( Gt), and gold lottery of Georgia .
More information about Georgia’s Land Lotteries can be found in the books: The Land Lottery of Georgia and Other Missing Names of Winners in the Georgia Land Lotteries and: Reprint of Official Register of Land Lottery of Georgia and: The Eighteen Thirty-Two Gold Lottery of Georgia. After Jesse’s decease, though, it was his widow Sarah who was a “fortunate drawer” in the seventh land lottery held by Georgia in She was awarded a 40 acre lot in Cherokee County which had originally been Cherokee Indian territory. The state of Georgia used a unique lottery system to distribute land between the years of to
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Recap of various information regarding the Fourth Land Lottery of Georgia, or, the Land Lottery. This lottery was for lands ceded by the Creek Nation of Indians by treaty made and concluded at the Indian Spring.
The Fourth or Land Lottery of Georgia [S. Emmett Lucas] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Fourth or Land Lottery of Georgia. S Emmett Lucas "The fourth, or Land Lottery opened the portion of Georgia between the Ocmulgee and Flint Rivers for settlement. The tract was ceded to the United States by the Creek Nation of Indians on January 8, at the Treaty of Indian Springs."--[Foreword].
Add. Bookseller Books About The South (US) Bookseller Inventory # Title The Fourth or Land Lottery of Georgia Author Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr. (complier)Book Edition: 1st Edition. The Fourth or Land Lottery of Georgia, comp by Silas Emmett Lucas Jr.
(Easley, S.C.: Southern Historical Press, ). Fourth or Georgia Land Lottery Excerpt of Lottery history from the State of Georgia. Authority: Act of Year of Drawing: Counties. Dooly: 16 districts () Fayette: 4 districts (6,7,9,14) Henry: 18 districts () Houston: 16 districts () Monroe: 15 districts () Size of Land.
Inland lots were acres ( km 2). In the Land Lottery area, land fourth or 1821 land lottery of Georgia book were acres ( km 2), while in the Gold Lottery area, land lots were 40 acres ( km 2).
History of system. Prior toGeorgia distributed land via a headright system. Though designed to prohibit corruption, the system actually encouraged it. (Atlanta: Georgia Secretary of State, ). How can I learn more about specific Land Lotteries.
Follow the links to see an overview of each land lottery, its eligibility requirements, and other information. (first) (second) (third) (fourth) (fifth) (sixth) (seventh or gold lottery.
Unlike other Land Lottery books on Georgia, this one the is NOT and will not be available for reviewing on the internet. If you want it, you will need to buy it here in book format.
This Lottery created 8 new counties: Appling, Early, Gwinnett, Habersham, Hall, Irwin, Raburn and Walton, which in later years have been further divided into Reviews: 2.
Land Lottery; Description: Size: Date: Submitter: Georgia Land Lottery Aaron - Bryant: K: Jan Volunteers: Georgia Land Lottery Bryant - Dyson. Cherokee Land Lottery," by James F. Smith, which was orginally published inwith all the original maps and with the addition of a page Index and Map of the original Cherokee County.
As such, it con- stitutes the best edition we could possibly present of a work which lists the great majority of the early settlers of northwestern Georgia.
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Authority: Act. Silas Lucas also published several indexes, including Second or land lottery of Georgia ( Se2), Third and fourth or and land lotteries of Georgia ( Gt), and gold lottery of Georgia ( L96e).
Any person who resided upon the lottery territory previous to the extinguishment of the Indian title to the same. How do I find the names of the winners. The Third and Fourth or and Land Lotteries of Georgia, [comp. by Silas Emmett Lucas Jr.]. (Easley, S.C.: Georgia Genealogical Reprints/Southern Historical Press, ).
The Fourth or Land Lottery of Georgia, comp by Silas Emmett Lucas Jr. (Easley, S.C.: Southern Historical Press, ) Where will I find more information on the lottery. Georgia Land Surveying History and Law, by Farris Cadle. The Fourth or Land Lottery of Georgia.
Original book. Hardcover. pages of lots (land) granted to families in Georgia from 5 new counties created from Fayette, Henry, Monroe, Houston and Dooly Counties (Crisp, Macon, Pulaski, Wilcox, Turner, and Worth).End date: Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.
The Third and fourth, or and land lotteries of Georgia. Third and fourth, or and land lotteries of Georgia. Easley, S.C.: Georgia Genealogical Reprints: Southern Historical Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: OCLC Number: Description:pages, 2 unnumbered leaves of plates: maps ; 24 cm: Other Titles: and land lotteries of Georgia.
The Fourth or Land Lottery of Georgia by Lucas, S. Emmett. Hardcover available at Half Price Books®. Description In and again inthe State of Georgia conducted the Third and Fourth Land Lotteries to distribute the former Cherokee and Creek lands within the state that those tribes had ceded to the federal government between and Land Lottery Books (link) 1 Land Lottery drawing 4th Richard Dunn land lot Land Lottery List of Wilkinson Co.
Drawers Aug 19 & Sep. 9, Land Lottery Land Lottery Reg. Land Lottery Drawers Living in Wilkinson (link) Lottery Drawers Living in Wilkinson Alphabetical (link) Cherokee Land.Similar Items.
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