Frank P. Flint
61st CONGRESS,3D SESSION.S. 10895IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES.FEBRUARY 27, 1911.Mr. FLINT introduced the following bill; which was read twice and referredto the Committee on Public Lands.A BILLTo set apart a certain tract of land in the State of California as apublic park, such lands, together with those set aside by theAct of September twenty-fifth, eighteen hundred and ninety, to be known as Sequoia National Park.1 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa-2 tives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,3 That a tract of land in the State of California, described as4 follows: Beginning at a point on the range line between5 ranges thirty-one and thirty-two east, in township eighteen6 south, of the Mount Diablo base and meridian, being a point7 on the present eastern boundary of the Sequoia National8 Park where it crosses the hydrographic divide between Little9 Kern River and Soda Creek; thence southeasterly along the10 hydrographic divide between Little Kern River and Soda04969
[Washington, D. C.]
1911 Mar 1
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