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Download BLM Patent, Mar. 21, 1873 - San Miguel (Olivas & Lorenzana), GLO 394 (4.3 MB)
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Work Progress Administration Abstract (WPA Abstract) – Historical details of a Spanish-Mexican land grant that was subsequently patented by the U. S. Government.
Bancroft Notes – Summary of Bancroft Archives information regarding a private land claim.
BLM Land Patent – U.S. Government issued document certifying a Private Land Claim.
BLM Land Patent Detail Sheet – BLM Accession number document that provides patent information.
BLM CDI Detail Sheet – CDI Doc ID document that provides patent information.
Work Progress Administration Abstract (WPA Abstract) – A summary document prepared in 1938 under the U.S. Work Progress Administration program detailing the history of a rancho beginning with the Spanish-American land grant through the U.S. patenting process.
Bancroft Notes – Document detailing information and documents regarding a rancho found in the Bancroft Archives.
BLM Land Patent – Hand-written document issued by the U.S. Government providing legal ownership of land previously granted by the Spanish or Mexican government.
BLM Land Patent Detail Sheet – Document using the BLM accession number that provides specific information regarding the patented land of a rancho.
BLM CDI Detail Sheet - Document using the CDI Doc ID that provides specific information concerning the patented land of a rancho.
WPA Abstract - David Hornbeck, Ph.D.; Bancroft documents - Bancroft Archives; BLM documents – U.S. Bureau of Land Management
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"San Miguel (Olivas & Lorenzana), Diseño 472, GLO No. 394, Ventura (formerly Santa Barbara) County, and associated historical documents." (2018). Santa Barbara County. 49.