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The three dimensions in genealogy are Name, Time, and Place. You should be able to pinpoint records for a particular person knowing these three “coordinates.” As you twist the dimensions in different ways, new or previously unseen patterns emerge in your family history.
This course describes the Public Land Survey System and the methods used by the federal government to place public land into private hands, including the Homestead Act.