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1787, Vote on Comm. to Settle the Indian Line (MS)
March 17, 1787 resolution and vote establishing a committee to determine the line on the ownership of lands between the Indian and white people, and
to set up appropriate markers. See also LLMC #99928, 1787 March session, page 9 for a printed version of said act. (Digitized from a microfilm copy
of titles originally held by the Rhode Island Department of State).
Title:   In the Upper House March 17, 1787 : It is voted and resolved by consent of parties, that John Jenckes, of Providence, Esq; Joseph Hazard, of South-Kingstown, Esq; and Joseph Stanton, jun. of Charlestown, Esq; be, and they are hereby appointed, a Committee to run the Indian Line, so called, in Charlestown, to erect and fix certain permanent bounds and monuments, to ascertain the dividing line between the said Indians and the white people; and that the same shall be final.
OCLC Number:   1139535818
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