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Title  Notice to Immigrants
Publisher  Sacramento (Sacramento Transcript Print)
Date  1850 Jun. 14
Description  1 leaf; 19 x 25
Subject(s)  Brannan, Samuel, 1819-1899 (1), Sacramento Transcript (1), Advertisements (74), Agriculture (273), Farming (91), Land subdivision--California--Sacramento (3), Real estate development--California (10)

Advertisements (100)

Summary  Poster announcing that the vacant land around Sacramento is considered "public land" and "free" to all. And that the named men and businesses listed have threatned to sue if the new settlers don't pay tribute to the named, or "purchase" the land from the named. By order of the "Settlers' Association." Reproduction by Argus Books, courtesy of the New York Public Library.
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Center for Sacramento History
Copyright  Center for Sacramento History
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1982/04/106
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MC 8:12

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