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    James Monroe Land Patent Signed "James Monroe" as president. One page, 15.75" x 9.75", December 6, 1821, Washington, D.C., partially printed on vellum with endorsement on the verso. Fine.

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    The patent, for eighty acres in Franklin County, Indiana, is granted to John Davidson. The document is countersigned by Joshua Meigs, Commissioner of the General Land Office and retains the original embossed paper seal.



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    February, 2010
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