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Yellowstone National Park Congressional History

248  THE JOURNAL OF THE  [JAN. 30, 1872.
     The Senate have also passed bills of the following titles, viz:
     S. 423. An act for the relief of Julia A. Smith;
     S. 392. An act to set apart a certain tract of land lying near the head-waters of the Yellowstone River as a public park;
in which I am directed to ask the concurrance of the House.

Yellowstone Congressional History - Senate Bill S. 392 Passed ask the Concurrence of the House - January 30, 1872

Yellowstone Congressional History - Index of Senate Bills - 1872

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