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Over 20 Years Helping People

P.O. Box 2946-W
Port Angeles, Washington 98362

So what’s this all about, can I
really own my own 20 acre claim on Government Land?

The answer to that question is YES YOU CAN.

People like yourself are filing their own claims in many different
states: like:

  • Alaska
  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • California
  • Colorado
  • Florida
  • Idaho
  • Louisiana
  • Mississippi
  • Montana
  • Nevada
  • Nebraska
  • New Mexico
  • North and South Dakota
  • Oregon
  • Utah
  • Washington
  • Wyoming

Anyone who is legal age (18)
and is a citizen of the United
has the right to do so.  
That right and privilege was 
put into law for us by the 
congress of the United States.

Animated Gif These claims can differ in size if you wish. They can vary from as
small as 5 acres on up to as large as 160 acres. The normal size is 20 acres; if you’re
married the two of you may claim 40

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PictureImage courtesy The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation

The John White map, 1585, was the first map to be exclusiviely devoted to Virginia and to show the area with any deree of accuracy and detail. It also was the first map to name the Chesapeake Bay and to illustrate Sir Walter Raleigh’s ill-fated Roanoke colony, where White was Governor in 1587.The orientation of the map illustrates west at the top perhaps due to the early cartographer’s perception of the terrain as they looked westward. In this rare first state of the map, Chesapeake is spelled “Ehesepioc.” The map seen here is a 1590 engraving by Theodore De Bry and is commonly described as ‘that part of Ameria, now called Virginia”

PictureTheodore De Bry

​Born to a wealthy Protestant family and trained in his native Liège as a goldsmith and engraver, Theodore

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