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Land and Property Research by E. Wade Hone
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Land and Property Research (edition 1997)

by E. Wade Hone (Author)

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When early settlers left their homelands to start a new life in America, they had dreams of owning their own land a prospering from their own efforts. They were suspicious of all forms of government and did their best, in many cases, to be invisible to a variety of record keepers. But when it came to ensuring that their precious land was, without doubt, their own, they were careful to provide all of the information requested of them by the various government agencies. It is this care in reporting that makes this reference as valuable as the most comprehensive and useful review of land and property research for genealogists.… (more)
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Info:Ancestry Publishing (1997), Edition: 1st Edition, 517 pages
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Land & Property Research in the United States by E. Wade Hone

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R/United States - Land and property - Handbooks, manuals, etc./United States - Genealogy - Handbooks, manuals, etc.
  SGSLibrary | Aug 26, 2010 |
Basic overview of various development of land in the Unite States. More coffee-table than serious analysis, but OK as far as it goes. Gift of Mary Avary Whittier, Chapel Hill, NC September 1997. ( )
  Persisto | Apr 30, 2010 |
My review of this book can be found in National Genealogical Society Quarterly, Vol. 85, No. 4 (December 1997). ( )
  bholsclaw | May 26, 2006 |
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When early settlers left their homelands to start a new life in America, they had dreams of owning their own land a prospering from their own efforts. They were suspicious of all forms of government and did their best, in many cases, to be invisible to a variety of record keepers. But when it came to ensuring that their precious land was, without doubt, their own, they were careful to provide all of the information requested of them by the various government agencies. It is this care in reporting that makes this reference as valuable as the most comprehensive and useful review of land and property research for genealogists.

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