Executive Order 1193
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Reserving Land in Beaver Dam, Alaska, for Use by Army Signal Corps in Operation of Telegraph Lines
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|Amended by Executive Order 1205, May 13, 1910.|
It is hereby ordered that the following-described tract of public land, situate at Beaver Dam, Alaska, be reserved from sale or other disposition, subject to private rights, if any there be, and set apart for the use of the Signal Corps, United States Army, in the operation and maintenance of military telegraph lines in Alaska, viz:
Beginning at a point 300 feet due north of the northwest corner of the United States Military Telegraph Office Building; thence due east 3,960 feet; thence due south 5,280 feet; thence due west 5,280 feet; thence due north 5,280 feet; thence due east 1,320 feet, to the point of beginning; area, 1 square mile. Latitude, 60° 20′; longitude, 145° 20′.
The White House,
- April 26, 1910.
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