Author: William C. Hayward | pp: 446 | Cover: Hardcover
This book relates the historical story of the westward expansion of this country to the Pacific Ocean. As the ever-increasing population moved west to create new settlements, homesteaders stretched across the open land as well. It traces:
"This book is the most complete book on how the Federal Government took over and held the land in the western states. Besides the history this book relates, this book is a law reference book on federal land law, and should be in the hands of every western rancher or any federal land user. It should be in all public libraries, law libraries and certainly in any land law attorney's library. I fully endorse this book."
-Bert "Nevada" Smith,
"This book is one the people of this country should read. It tells the story of how the Federal Government, largely through its bureaus and agencies, has taken authority and control away from our separate states - something our Founding Fathers would have rejected."
-Clifford P. Hansen,
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