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Enlarged homestead act

United States. General Land Office.

Enlarged homestead act

additional entries for incontiguous lands : act of July 3, 1916 (Public, no. 142)

by United States. General Land Office.

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Published by G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Homestead law -- United States,
  • Public lands -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Caption title.

    StatementDepartment of the Interior, General Land Office.
    SeriesCircular -- no. 486., Circular (United States. General Land Office) -- no. 486.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKF5670.A314 A2 1916
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16344188M
    OCLC/WorldCa55896662

    Seven children were raised in this homestead cabin north of Circle. (Photo by Rick and Susie Graetz) Several short-term trends helped trigger Montana’s remarkable homestead boom. The most significant was the Enlarged Homestead Act of , which doubled .   The Homestead Act drew a large number of immigrants. Under the Act, African Americans could become landowners as well. Homesteaders worked hard to have en Landau’s book explained almost anything and everything that you would need to know about the Homestead Act.4/5(1).

    When the acres allowable under the Homestead Act of proved insufficient for successful cultivation or stockraising in the arid West, the figure was adjusted to allow for claims of cultivable acres — the Enlarged Homestead Act of This act inspired and sustained the dry-farm movement of the early twentieth century. Instructions under enlarged homestead act of Febru

      Prior to the arrival of European Americans, indigenous peoples, including the Crow and the Lakota Sioux, called the area home. The arrival of the Northern Pacific in , along with the passage of the Enlarged Homestead Act in , lured people from America and abroad to this isolated region to pursue their version of the American dream. Oct 9, - Explore Nana Nancy's board "PIONEER WOMEN", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Old west, American history, Old photos pins.


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Enlarged homestead act by United States. General Land Office. Download PDF EPUB FB2

An amendment to the Homestead Act ofthe Enlarged Homestead Act, was passed in and doubled the allotted acreage from to acres (65 to ha) in marginal areas. Another amended act, the national Stock-Raising Homestead Act, was passed in and granted acres ( ha) for ranching purposes.

Enlarged Homestead Act: Allowed homestead claims up to acres in Colorado, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming, and Territories of Arizona and New Mexico (thus. The following deed was made J between G.W. Lark and Jennie Lark for the property at.

The Enlarged Homestead Act of was a law passed by the U.S. Congress which enlarged the land grant of the Homestead Act from to acres. The Homestead Act accelerated settlement of U.S. western territory by allowing any American, including freed slaves, to put in a claim for up to free acres of federal land.

REGjONAL LIBRARY FACILITY ^^}'^ YRL AA ™ 7 0Q/1^I£ [Public, No. mo.] AN ACT To amend an act Enlarged homestead act book "An:ienlarged homestead." Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled.

Anna Scherlie Homestead Shack | Historic Montana An amendment to the Homestead Act of Enlarged homestead act book, the Enlarged Homestead Act, was passed in and doubled the allotted acreage from to r amended act, the national Stock-Raising Homestead Act, was passed in and again increased the land involved, this time to acres.

By80 million acres of homestead land had been distributed. A Colorado plains homestead. Courtesy History Colorado.

A amendment to the Homestead Act had a significant effect on Colorado’s eastern plains. By that time, most of the West’s best farmland – that nearest rivers and streams – had already been claimed. But it was the Enlarged Homestead Act of that brought the greatest influx of homesteaders to Montana.

Most were individual farmers. This new act doubled the amount of land available for claim to acres and later shortened the "prove up" time to three years. Railroads launched massive advertising campaigns to bring homesteaders to Montana. The Enlarged Homestead Act of was applied to South Dakota by Congress inenabling settlers to acquire acres instead of The homestead laws were liberalized again in by the enactment of the Stock-Raising Homestead Act.

This provided for acre homesteads on lands officially designated as nonirrigable grazing lands. In Congress passed the Enlarged Homestead Act. It made public land available that was less fit for farming than that which had been opened up by the Homestead Act of This act doubled amount of land under the Homestead Act ofand unlike the Desert Land Act, homesteaders did not have to irrigate.

Under this act, they must cultivate 1/8 of the acerage within three years. Most of Oregons lands opened to entry under the Enlarged Homestead Act in The word about this recent act spread quickly.

SAGE Books. Explore research monographs, classroom texts, and professional development titles. SAGE Business Cases. Discover the real world of business for best practices and professional success. Keys, S'Enlarged homestead act of ', in Bakken, GM & Kindell, A (eds).

An amendment to the Homestead Act ofthe Enlarged Homestead Act, was passed in and doubled the allotted acreage from to acres (65 to ha) in marginal areas. Another amended act, the national Stock-Raising Homestead Act, was passed in and granted acres ( ha) for ranching purposes. Background.

The Homestead Act was "An Act to secure Homesteads to actual Settlers on the Public Domain". The Homestead Act was one of the most important laws passed in the history of the United States enabling millions acres, or 10% of the area of the United States, to be claimed and settled by private citizens.

The passing of the Enlarged Homestead Act in brought tens of thousands of Americans to the arid West. Attracted by the promise of free land, they sought independence, adventure, and a new beginning.

A significant number of these homesteaders were single women — perhaps as many as 20 percent. An amendment to the Homestead Act ofthe Enlarged Homestead Act, was passed in and doubled the allotted acreage from to acres.

Another amended act, the national Stock-Raising Homestead Act, was passed in and again increased the land involved, this time to. The Enlarged Homestead Act () addressed the size problem by allowing entries of up to acres, which sparked a dramatic rise in the number of entries.

Passage of the act represented a victory for the homesteading forces against the stockmen, who were pushing for larger acre allotments more amenable for grazing.

Congress passes Enlarged Homestead Act. Legislature requires publication of Oregon Blue Book. Workmen complete Celilo Locks and Canal. Congress passes Stock-Raising Homestead Act. University of Oregon football team beats Pennsylvania to win the third Rose Bowl game. The Homestead Act became wildly popular, and over the decades different versions of the law would be passed, such as the Timber Culture Act (), the Desert Land Act (), the Enlarged.

The Homestead Act of drove settlement on the Great Plains by providing free land of acres or less for any U.S. citizen if they settled (occupied) and cultivated the land for five years; Congress increased the acreage to acres with the Enlarged Homestead Act.

Surprisingly, with such solid technical research, the book is also very well written,clear, and interesting. As a descendant of a Montana woman homesteader prior to the Enlarged Homestead Act ofI'm grateful to the authors for having written this book.

Read more. 7 people found this helpful. One of his sons shared a copy of this manuscript with Jonathan Raban, who used it as a source for his book Bad Land (LJ 10/1/96).

In the foreword, Raban speculates that the family was lured West by the Enlarged Homestead Act of and the Reviews:   Congress passed the Enlarged Homestead Act in This act raised the amount of land deeded to each homesteader from acres to acres.

Also, it was required that 1/8 of the land be continuously cultivated for agricultural crops other than native grasses. Now, Montana's weather tends to come in cycles.