4 edition of Titles to lands in the Northwest and Indiana Territories. found in the catalog.
Titles to lands in the Northwest and Indiana Territories.
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Treasures from the Indiana Historical Society; Add or remove collections Home Treasures from the Indiana Historical Society Map of the Northwest Territory Reference URL Share. Comment Rate. Save to favorites. To link to this object, paste this link in email, IM or document Connections and Indiana Source Books: Traces of Indiana and. The Northwest Territory entered the United States in at the conclusion of the American Revolution and was organized under a series of ordinances that set the precedent for the admission of future territories into the Union. The Great Plains entered the United States in as part of the Louisiana Plains were to develop primarily agriculturally, but the Northwest Territory.
Carter, Clarence Edwin, ed. The Territorial Papers of the United I-III. New York, NY: AMS Press, Cutler, Julia Perkins. The Founders of Ohio: Brief Sketches of the Forty-eight Pioneers Who, Under Command of General Rufus Putnam, Landed at the Mouth of the Muskingum River on the Seventh of April, , and Commenced the First White Settlement in the Northwest Territory. The Indiana State Library has an extensive collection of maps, atlases, and plat books of Indiana counties. These items are valuable resources for historical and genealogical research from the beginning of statehood to the present.
The Indiana Territory at its greatest extent included modern-day Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan and part of Minnesota. It formerly was part of the Northwest Territory. As Ohio began the process of becoming a state in , the Congress separated the area into two distinct territories. The title is a recollection of the racial fantasies that European-American settlers created in their expansionist vision of the West and the state of Oregon. Initially the Oregon Territory was built on intolerance and racial exclusivity, but eventually Oregon embraces its diversity, but not without struggle and heartache.
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The Northwest Territories Land Titles System (NTLS) allows users to perform title searches against property legal descriptions, conduct General Register and Writ Book searches against individual or company names, obtain search results reports for these searches, and be able to download copies of titles, plans, instruments, caveats or other documents from the Land Titles.
Land Records in Indiana. Indiana was part of the Northwest Territory ceded to the United States by Great Britain at the end of the Revolution. As such, the national government originally held title to all land in the state and regulated its sale and settlement.
Opening the Territory was a complicated process. The territory. The Northwest Territory included all the then-owned land of the United States west of Pennsylvania, east of the Mississippi River, and northwest of the Ohio incorporated most of the former Ohio Country except a portion in western Pennsylvania, and eastern Illinois covered all of the modern states of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Capital: Marietta (–), Chillicothe (–).
Map of the Northwest Territory, Indiana Historical Bureau, “Indiana Territory,” The Indiana Historian (March ), 4, accessed The U.S. government viewed conflict with indigenous populations in the area as the greatest obstacle to the expansion and settlement of white Americans in the territory.
Inwhat is now the state of Indiana became part of the Northwest Territory. Inthe Indiana Territory was established with Vincennes as the capital. Indiana became a state in Early settlers of Indiana obtained their land through grants issued by France or England. At various times, people made claims to the government for lands.
Title: History and Management of Land Grants for Education in the Northwest Territory (Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin) Volume 1, Issue 3 of History and Management of Land Grants for Education in the Northwest Territory, George Wells Knight Papers of the American Historical Association, American Historical Association Papers of the American Historical.
Northwest Territory After the American Revolution, the United States took control of Indiana. It became part of the Northwest Territory in The Northwest Territory was a large area that also included the future states of Ohio, Illinois, Michigan, and Wisconsin.
Inthe region was renamed the Indiana territory when Ohio became a state. Territory. Two years later, the present day state of Michigan was added to the Indiana Territory.
On March 1,the Northwest Territory ceased to exist with the admission of Ohio as a state. Source: Dictionary of American History, Volume 4, p. SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Old Northwest Papers and Documents, or Northwest Territory. Hicks, Ronald, Native American Cultures in Indiana, Minnetrista Cultural Center, Muncie, Messages and Papers of the Governors of Indiana, Indiana Historical Bureau.
John Tipton Papers, Indiana Historical Bureau, ; Gayle Thornbrough, ed. Letter Book of the Indian Agency at Fort Wayne,Indiana Historical Bureau, The Indiana Territory was carved out of the Northwest Territory on May 7, The Indiana territory was made up of present day Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, and portions of Michigan and Minnesota.
It was made up of three counties, St. Clair, Randolph, and Knox, and it existed until Indiana was granted statehood on November 7, Sources. Indiana's name means "Land of the Indians", or simply "Indian Land". It also stems from Indiana's territorial history.
On May 7,the United States Congress passed legislation to divide the Northwest Territory into two areas and named the western section the Indianawhen Congress passed an Enabling Act to begin the process of establishing statehood for Indiana.
The laws and courts of the Northwest and Indiana territories. [Daniel Wait Howe] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Wait Howe. Find more Notes: Originally issued as no.
1 of the Indiana historical society pamphlets. Description: 35 pages 25 cm. Series Title: Indiana Historical Society publications, vol.
II, no. The Indiana Territory was the first new territory created from lands of the Northwest Territory, which had been organized under the terms of the Northwest Ordinance of The territorial capital was the settlement around the old French fort of Vincennes on the Wabash River, until transferred to Corydon near the Ohio River in Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Howe, Daniel Wait, Laws and courts of Northwest and Indiana territories.
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The Illinois and Indiana Indians. New York, New York: Arno Press, (Family History Library book Bi; fiche ) This book gives histories of the various tribes in Indiana. Rafert, Stewart. American-Indian Genealogical Research in the Midwest: Resources and Perspectives.
OHIO LANDS BOOK This book is a publication of The Auditor of State 88 East Broad Street Wayne, Indiana. The next year, the governor of the Northwest Territory, Maj.
Gen. Arthur St. Clair, trying to succeed where Harmar had failed, led his army into the. The item The laws and courts of Northwest and Indiana Territories, by Daniel Wait Howe represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Indiana State Library.
This item is available to borrow from 1 library branch. Thus by the Indian Territory had been populated, sparsely, by Native groups but was not a formal or organized territory.
However, because its fertile land proved desirable to whites, with the Kansas and Nebraska Act Congress formally organized those parts of northern Indian Territory into official territories that afterward became states.
ILTA's Mission. The Mission of the Association is to promote the educational, professional, economic and political interests of the Indiana land title industry and its public.“Indian Removal and the Transformation of Northern Indiana” Indiana Magazine of History, VolIssue 1, Marchpp Campion, Thomas J.
Indiana University “This article looks at the process of dispossession and removal in northern Indiana, focusing on the three million acres ceded by the Potawatomi in Please note: Although some of these records have been digitized and made available online, there are many records that are only available in paper or microfilm format at NARA locations.
The access to and acquisition of land drove much of American history. From wars, treaties, immigration, and settlement, land is interwoven into the very core of what it .