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the home and adjacent grounds occupied by a family

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land acquired from the United States public lands by filing a record and living on and cultivating it under the homestead law

dwelling that is usually a farmhouse and adjoining land

settle land given by the government and occupy it as a homestead

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Trina Heizman, branch manager and CEO for Homesteaders Federal Credit Union, told the crowd of well-wishers that Homesteaders was created in 1987 to make mortgage loans to low- and moderate-income Housing Development Fund Corporation (HDFC) co-op owners who were living in buildings that had been abandoned and taken over by the city.
Beyond his three autobiographical homesteaders, Micheaux also created Sidney Wyeth in his second novel, The Forged Note (1915), as another stand-in for himself.
3 million Homesteaders, as the builders of free web sites on GeoCities are known, rather than having to come up with interesting content of their own.
Her main argument is that the contradictions about housing embedded in society, bureaucracy, and public policy were replicated in the experiences of these hardworking, low-income homesteaders.
On a scroll for the next group of Homesteaders, Rashid wrote, "Make sure you do all of your chores, especially cleaning the latrine.
has upgraded the financial strength rating to A- (Excellent) from B++ (Good) and issuer credit rating to "a-" from "bbb+" of Homesteaders Life Company (Homesteaders) (Des Moines, IA).
The conversation I enjoyed the most was Robert's telling us the reunion has taken on a life of its own, transcending from a weenie roast held once during the gathering, to cooking three huge meals every day, compliments of the homesteaders who bring everything from vegetables to canned goods.
Besides Graves, who died in 1938, African-Americans in the 1800s and the early 1900s in the Antelope Valley included explorers, homesteaders, farmers, barbers, miners, cooks and teamsters, the museum's research shows.
The vanners were the only church and often the only company many remote farmers and homesteaders had for months or years at a time.
Rather than hide their VCRs and televisions upon spotting these anthropologists, Homesteaders welcomed them into their homes.
After waiting more than 50 years for the government to make good on their promises to return Hispanic homestead property, the 35 families of the Pajarito Plateau Homesteaders Corporation Inc.
Simeon's in the Bronx; the Black United Fund in Harlem; and the Youth Action and Jeffersonville Homesteaders in East Harlem.
has upgraded the issuer credit rating (ICR) to "bbb+" from "bbb" and affirmed the financial strength rating of B++ (Good) of Homesteaders Life Company (Homesteaders) (Des Moines, IA).
His ebook How to Make Extra Money in the Country was a favorite of many homesteaders, and he never charged a penny for it, which I always thought was somewhat ironic.
Other displays include exhibits on the formation of Rogers and Rosamond dry lake beds, the early homesteaders, the first military uses of Edwards, flight testing during World War II, and the story of Capt.