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    [Texas Emigration and Land Company]. Sam Houston Land Grant Signed "Sam Houston" as governor only weeks before being forced out of office for refusing to take the oath of loyalty to the Confederacy. One page, 14.75" x 12.5", Austin, February 1, 1861, granting "William Garvin ass[ign]ee of the Texan Emigration & Land Company . . . Three Hundred and Twenty Acres of Land" in Montague County. Docketing on the reverse has bled through. Age toned with some soiling and staining. Some penciled notations exist in the upper and lower margin. Smoothed folds.

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    Auction Dates
    March, 2015
    14th Saturday
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