1853 Land Agent Register for PAW PAW GROVE, LEE CO. ILLINOIS

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8vo. [George Bishop, Jr. of Paw Paw Grove possible agent]. Also some of the records could be for the nearby Dixon Township, Illinois. Paw Paw Grove, one of the first settlements along the route, was a midway haven between Chicago and Galena, Illinois. This ledger lists the purchase and sale dates, location, to whom, cost, sale, profit, etc. People always inquire about how Owego has some nice homes. Local investors had land in the western development of the United States. The land was owned by Dement & Hewitt. [John Dement and Gurdon Hewitt]. Some by Truman, Hewitt & Stedman. [Lyman Truman of Owego, Gurdon Hewitt of Owego and A. C. Stedman possibly Amos C. Stedman of Owego] New York. Some of the land was originally purchased by warrants by Ira Smith from soldiers including those with indian names. 8vo. boards with leather spine. Platt maps, pen and ink, some rubbing of the covers, clean inside, about 72 leaves 90% used. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: 1853 Land Agent Register for PAW PAW GROVE, ...
Publication Date: 1853
Binding: Original board
Book Condition: G/No Dustjacket

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Book Description 1853. Original boards. Book Condition: G/No Dustjacket. 8vo. [George Bishop, Jr. of Paw Paw Grove possible agent]. Also some of the records could be for the nearby Dixon Township, Illinois. Paw Paw Grove, one of the first settlements along the route, was a midway haven between Chicago and Galena, Illinois. This ledger lists the purchase and sale dates, location, to whom, cost, sale, profit, etc. People always inquire about how Owego has some nice homes. Local investors had land in the western development of the United States. The land was owned by Dement & Hewitt. [John Dement and Gurdon Hewitt]. Some by Truman, Hewitt & Stedman. [Lyman Truman of Owego, Gurdon Hewitt of Owego and A. C. Stedman possibly Amos C. Stedman of Owego] New York. Some of the land was originally purchased by warrants by Ira Smith from soldiers including those with indian names. 8vo. boards with leather spine. Platt maps, pen and ink, some rubbing of the covers, clean inside, about 72 leaves 90% used. Bookseller Inventory # BOOKS288660

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