|Other titles||Private land grants, Spanish and Mexican.|
|Statement||by Hon. William W. Morrow.|
|LC Classifications||HD226 .M6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||23017832|
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Spanish & Mexican Land Grants. Private Spanish land grants to establish pueblos or towns were first introduced in California in These provided colonists with seed livestock to establish herds to be grazed on common grazing procedure was codified in California Governor Felipe de Neve's Reglamento issued June, ‘Spanish Land Grants’ were bestowed by the Spanish crown roughly between and , and ‘Mexican Land Grants’ were bestowed by the Mexican government between and Mexico continued to hand out grants of land in what is now South Texas long after the Republic of Texas came into existence. rows These California land grants were made by Spanish (–) and Mexican . After the Texas Revolution, Spanish and Mexican land grants were honored while the new government issued headright grants - conditional grants with explicit requirements. In , the Pre-emption Act passed, giving current settlers the advantage of purchasing up to acres of land, though this was overruled by the Homestead Act of which.
During the course of his work he has become an expert not only on the location and retracement of Mexican land grant lines but also on the origin of the grants and the process by which they were confirmed or rejected by the United States after the Mexican War. Mr. Perez is a Professional Land Surveyor in California, 4/5(1). Spanish and Mexican land grants in the Chihuahuan acquisition, [Bowden, J. J] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Spanish and Mexican land grants in the Chihuahuan acquisition4/4(1). Essential books on land grants, water rights and acequias in New Mexico. Southwest History Spanish and Mexican Land Grants and the Law. Edited by Malcolm Ebright A Case Study of Justice and the Court of Private Land Claims Michael J. Rock - Anton Chico and. From to , The U. S. Court of Private Land Claims heard three hundred cases involving thirty-six million acres in six Southwestern states regarding land acquired from Mexico in and Of those, only eighty-seven land grants were confirmed, for a .