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1907 Mission Indian Amendment

An Act March 1, 1907, authorized the Secretary to set apart and cause to be patented to Mission Indians such tracts of public lands in California as he found had been occupied by Mission Indians and were needed by them but which had not been selected by the Mission Commission (34 Stat. 1022-1023, c.2285).

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