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Grants of land were generally made on the basis of rank, with veterans from colonies with no. .
Grants of land were generally made on the basis of rank, with veterans from colonies with no vacant lands sometimes taking up land in other colonies; certain Massachusetts soldiers receiving grants of land in Virginia, for example; or Virginia militiamen drawing land in Kentucky. Land grants provide the clues for such migrations, while other grants sometimes reveal group migrations from coastal settlements into the interior of the country. Generally speaking, bounty land grants were offered as an inducement to perform military service while donation land grants were awarded to a veteran or his heirs as a reward for service once the conflict was over.
The history of land grants in Texas is a long and complex one. The earliest grant was made by the Spanish . Thomas L. Miller, Bounty and Donation Land Grants of Texas, 1835–1888 (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1967). The earliest grant was made by the Spanish crown to establish a mission and presidio in East Texas in 1716. In 1731 town lots in San Antonio de Béxar were granted to Canary Islanders, and by the mid-1700s larger livestock grants were being made along the San Antonio River valley. Miller, The Public Lands of Texas, 1519–1970 (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1972).
Bounty and Donation Land Grants of Texas 1835-1888 by Thomas Lloyd Miller (University of Texas Press . First Settlers of the Republic of Texas: Headright Land Grants, 1840, 2 vols.
Bounty and Donation Land Grants of Texas 1835-1888 by Thomas Lloyd Miller (University of Texas Press, 1967). Character Certificates in the General Land Office of Texas by Gifford White (G. White, 1985). Claiming Their Land: Women Homesteaders in Texas by Florence C. Gould (Texas Western Press, 1991). Early Texas Settlers, 1700’s–1800’s (Broderbund, 2000, CD-ROM). by Carolyn Reeves Ericson (1841; Carolyn R. Ericson, ca. 1982)
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