3 edition of Heirs of Henry Volcker. found in the catalog.
Heirs of Henry Volcker.
United States. Congress. House
|Other titles||Heirs of Volker, Henry, Land Claims|
|Contributions||United States. Congress. House. Committee on Private Land Claims|
|The Physical Object|
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[Making pre-emption to heirs of Jean Baptiste Beaubien, deceased, for part of Fort Dearborn reservation at Chicago, Illinois, and to confirm purchasers of other parts in their titles, and to convey to city of Chicago streets and alleys of said reservation.] by United States. Congress.
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