Collections of the Minnesota Historical Society, Volume 5

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The Society, 1885 - Minnesota - 535 pages
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Page 247 - In testimony whereof, the said parties have hereunto set their hands and seals, this day of , 18 AB, Lessor.
Page 59 - Mayor, or of his inability to perform the duties of his office, it shall be the duty of the Board of Aldermen...
Page 200 - That the said party of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of Twenty Dollars, Lawful money of the United States of America, to him in hand paid by the party of the second part...
Page 245 - And the said party of the second part, for himself, his heirs, executors, and administrators, doth covenant and agree to and with the said party of the first part...
Page 261 - I have closely studied, it has been found that wild animals speedily discover 'that they are safe there, and naturally remain of their own accord where they can live and breed at ease. With the settlement and increasing population of the country round about Lake Itasca, large game will soon disappear without some such refuge; but, the quadrupeds and birds will seek any asylum from persecution that may offer, such as the park could easily be made to afford. I judge that the injunction should extend...
Page 201 - It is understood and agreed by and between the parties hereto that this contract shall be in all respects binding upon and available to their respective heirs, executors, administrators or assigns.
Page 92 - Provided, That the land hereby granted shall revert to the United States, together with all improvements thereon, if at any time it shall cease to be exclusively used for a public State park; or if the State shall not pass a law or laws to protect the timber thereon.
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Page 40 - I cast anchor near a little island forming the point, to await the arrival of the other boats. The Governor did not choose to come up, and entered a bay near by in which were a great many islets. We came together there and took fresh water from the sea, the stream entering it in freshet. To parch some of the maize we brought with us, since we had eaten it raw for two days, we went on an island, but finding no wood, we agreed to go to the river beyond the point, one league off. By no effort could...
Page 92 - Park, or otherwise, descriptive of the hydrographic and other features of the Itasca basin, authorized by law to be set apart as a public park, to the end that facts regarding the ultimate source of the Mississippi river may be established and published. During the year...

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