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The United States of America Petition and Land Trust Re-claim

The United States of America Petition and Land Trust Re-claim

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Re-claim document is under Public International Notice for the International Community
Re-claim document is under Public International Notice for the International Community

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Published by: The United States of America, 1781 on Aug 27, 2013
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The office of the Secretary of State for The United States of AmericaOffice hours: 9 A.M- 8:30 P.M. Monday
FridayPhone: 1-951-389-0313Email:secretaryofstatefortusa@generalpost.org
Letterhead for International Business for the people for The United States of America
08-26-2013COMES NOW, at least two affirmed American Nationals to petition the United States, inCongress assembled to re-claim the following abandoned townships in the following States for the purpose of re-development and re-population.One of the affirmed American NationalsOne of the affirmed American NationalsEnactment Clause: the petition is in
the nature of signing out the following abandoned townshipsto establish a permanent population in the new re-discovered sphere of the reign of the heavensand the re-formed
The United States of America Confederacy of 1781
brought forward to the present time. The petition is made in the spirit of the right of self determination, job creation, andfreedom of choice for the people that are not a party to the Bar Treaty of 1947.The following claim includes the following but not limited to:
List of ghost towns in the United States
This is an incomplete
list of ghost townsin theUnited States
U.S. states (links in
lead to a new page)
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Listing by state
1818 1830s BarrenEstablished byFrench Vine andOlive colonistsArcola
1820s 1850s HistoricEstablished byFrench Vine andOlive colonistsBainbridge
Bam Bridge,BambridgeColbert, Lauderdale 1819 1840sUnder WilsonLakeBarnsville
 NeglectedBeaver Mills
Beaver MeadowMobile  NeglectedSite of a uniformdepot duringCivil War  Bellefonte
1813 1865Former  countyseat of BaldwinCountyBlanche
BarrenSite atintersection of State Route 35 and State Route273 Bluff City
1818 1881Boston
1925Approx.1989Abandoned /DemolishedFormer companytown for W.P.Brown and SonsLumber Co.,some plots stillvisible near intersection of Tabernacle Roadand BrownvillePike Road in NorthwesternTuscaloosaCountyChandler Springs
1832 1918 Abandoned Nationallyfamous resorttown, from 1832-1918Cahaba
1819 1865 AbandonedFirst capital of Alabama, from1820-1826Cedric
Four milessouthwest of RoanokeCenterdale
1835 1840s
Intellectual Property Copyright © 2013Placer s
1816 1870s AbandonedOne of thelargestsettlements inearly AlabamaClarkesville
1819 1860s BarrenFirst county seatof Clarke CountyDumphries
1819 1839Erie
1819 1855Former countyseat of HaleCountyFailetown
Mobile Defensive fort onMobile Bay. Now serves as amuseum andtourist attractionon DauphinIsland.FortMcClellan Calhoun
1912 1999 Abandoned/HistoricFormer army base outside of AnnistonFortMorgan
Defensive fort onMobile BayGold LogMine
Former goldmining campHouston
Winston HistoricFormer countyseat of WinstonCountyLouina
At one time thelargest town inRandolph CountyManasco
First county seatof CovingtonCountyMorganStream
Jones CampGroundTalladega
1880s 1895 Steel townOdena
ShirteePlantation,OdenaPlantation,Oden's MillTalladega
Prairie Blue,Dale,DaletownWilcox
1819 1870s BarrenFormer  AlabamaRiver  shipping portRockcastle
Davis Creek Tuscaloosa

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