Executive Order 4176

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In accordance with the provisions of Sections 2248, 2250 and 2252 of the Revised Statutes of the United States, and the act of March 3, 1877 (19 Stat., 294), and by virtue of the authority therein given, it is hereby ordered that the following land districts and land offices in the States mentioned be discontinued and the lands, business, and archives of the said land districts and land offices transferred to and consolidated with the land districts and land offices listed opposite thereto, at the close of business April 30, 1925:

Land Districts and Land Offices Discontinued Consolidated with following Land Districts and Land Offices
CALIFORNIA:
El Centro ........................... Los Angeles
Independence ..................... Visalia
Susanville .......................... Sacramento
COLORADO:
Del Norte ........................... Pueblo
IDAHO:
Hailey ........................... Blackfoot
KANSAS:
Topeka ........................... General Land Office, Washington, D.C.
MICHIGAN:
Marquette ........................... General Land Office, Washington, D.C.
MINNESOTA:
Crookston ........................... Cass Lake
MISSISSIPPI:
Jackson ........................... General Land Office, Washington, D.C.
MONTANA:
Glasgow ...............
Havre
Helena
Missoula
Great Falls
Bozeman ...............
Lewistown
Miles City
Billings
NEW MEXICO:
Fort Sumner ........................... Santa Fe
Roswell ........................... Las Cruces
OREGON:
La Grande ........................... The Dalles
Burns ........................... Vale
SOUTH DAKOTA:
Rapid City ........................... Pierre
WASHINGTON:
Vancouver ........................... Seattle
Walla Walla ...............
Waterville
Yakima
Spokane
WISCONSIN:
Wausau ........................... General Land Office, Washington, D.C.
WYOMING:
Newcastle ........................... Buffalo
Douglas ........................... Cheyenne
Signature of Calvin Coolidge
Calvin Coolidge

The White House,

March 17, 1925.

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