Land Grants -- New Mexico
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Bergere Family Papers,
Scope and Content Collection consists of land records (1829-1929) and personal, financial, and professional papers of the A.M. Bergere family and its extended families, the Oteros and the Lunas of Los Lunas, New Mexico (1855-1967). Land records include conveyances and information regarding the Bartolome Baca Land Grant, the Antonio Sandoval Land Grant, the Perea Land Grant, the Tome Land Grant, and the Chilili Land Grant. Financial records contain deeds, correspondence regarding the estate of Eloisa Luna de...
Edward L. Bartlett Papers,
Scope and Content Collection consists of Bartlett's official correspondence as Solicitor General of the Territory of New Mexico (1890-1902); and professional papers from his legal practice (1880-1904). Solicitor General correspondence includes letters received from Frank Springer, Elfego Baca, Frederick Muller, and Pinkerton's National Detective Agency concerning Charles Siringo. Topics covered in the correspondence include the Rough Riders, Jicarilla Apaches, territorial penitentiary, Fort Marcy, and the...
Edward L. Bartlett Papers
Abstract The collection consists of the general correspondence of Edward L. Bartlett in his positions as Adjutant General of the Territory of New Mexico, private attorney, and Solicitor General of the Territory of New Mexico, 1882/83-1885, 1896 and 1903
James Addison Reavis Court Papers
Abstract The James Addison Reavis Court Papers consist of photographic copies of Spanish documents pertaining to Reavis's claim to the Peralta Land Grant in Arizona and New Mexico. Also included is an annotated copy of the Court of Private Land Claims proceedings which exposed Reavis' fraudulent land grant claim.
Dates: 1882-1896 ( bulk 1882, 1896)
Taos Land Records
Identifier: AC 632-p
Scope and Content Collection consists of six documents dealing with land use in Taos County. Two documents are Spanish-language property deeds dating from 1770 and 1804, along with English-language translations. Four documents are English translations of original Spanish-language documents: a property deed dated April, 1818; a judicial decree amending a disputed boundary line dated July 1831; a petition to present a land-use dispute case in Circuit Court dated April 1850; and the petition for a land grant dated...