Finding and Using Land Ownership Maps

Rick Sayre, CG, CGL, FUGA
Apr 26, 2017
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Welcome
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Speaker's Introduction
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Introduction
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Cadastral Maps
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Major Online Resources
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Case Study
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USGS
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Case Study
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Military Maps
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Tax Maps
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Announcements/prizes
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Questions/answers
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After-webinar party
22m 42s

About this webinar

Land ownership maps in the United States are generally focused on the county level. Produced largely in the nineteenth-century in single sheet or atlas format, they were sold by subscription and also developed to commemorate events such as the centennial of the American Revolution. Though advances in printing such as lithography increased availability, maps were still expensive. Consequently, they likely will be found in more affluent areas. Property owners can also be found on military maps and other government published maps. Land ownership and residence can often be determined by correlating city directories with fire insurance maps.

About the speaker

About the speaker

Rick Sayre, CG, CGL, FUGA, a retired colonel who served 31 years in the U.S. Army, is a long-time researcher and instructor in genealogical topics. Rick is the immediate past president of BCG. He coordinates the Advanced Land course and the Usin
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