The Sutter Case
69 U.S. 562

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The Sutter Case, 69 U.S. 2 Wall. 562 562 (1864)

The Sutter Case

69 U.S. (2 Wall.) 562


1. On the 18th of June, 1841, Juan B. Alvarado, then Governor of California, issued to John A. Sutter, for himself and colonists, a grant of land designated as New Helvetia, of the extent of eleven square leagues, as exhibited on the map annexed to the petition for the grant, "without including the lands overflown by the swellings and currents of the rivers," and bounded as follows: on the north, by Los Tres Picos (The Three Summits), and 39

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