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Public Lands, Parks, Recreation, and Travel
FIG. XIV. LAND OWNED BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT: 1972
Source: Chart prepared by U.S. Bureau of the Census. Data from U.S. General Services Administration.
FIG. XV. NATIONAL AND STATE PARK SYSTEMS-ACREAGE, VISITS, AND EXPENDITURES: 1950, 1960, AND 1970
Source: Chart prepared by U.S. Bureau of the Census. Data from U.S. National Park Service and National Recreation and Park Association.
No. 312. TOTAL LAND AND FEDERALLY OWNED LAND AND BUILDINGS, 1955 to 1972, AND BY STATES, 1972
[Land in thousands of acres; cost in millions of dollars. As of June 30]
Represents zero. 7. Less than 500 acres.
1 Excludes trust properties.
2 Excludes value of public-domain lands for which there are no costs. 3 Excludes Alaska and Hawaii.
Source: U.S. General Services Administration, Inventory Report on Real Property Owned by the United States ughout the World, annual.
Ownership of Land-Federal Property
OWNERSHIP OF LAND, BY CLASS: 1954 TO 1969
[Land in millions of acres. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series J 65 and J 75]
Private land 2
Indian land 3.
Federal land 4.
County and municipal land.
Changes in total land area are due to variable methods and materials used in periodic remeasurements, and to the construction of artificial reservoirs.
2 Land owned by individuals, partnerships, and corporations.
3 Trust land held by tribes and individual owners exclusive of federally owned land used by Indians. Gross acreage of Federal holdings including highway and road rights-of-way in Federal areas.
* Includes the major part of highway and road rights-of-way through predominantly private land areas.
Source: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Major Uses of Iand and Water in the United States, Nov. 1968; and unpublished data.
No. 314. FEDERAL LAND AND BUILDINGS OWNED AND LEASED: 1955 TO 1972 [As of June 30. Covers Federal real property throughout the world, except as noted. Totals include data not shown separately]
Excludes data for Dept. of Defense military functions outside United States.
Source: U.S. General Services Administration, Inventory Report on Real Property Owned by the United States Throughout the World, annual, and Inventory Report on Real Property I cased to the United States Throughout the World, annual.
No. 315. FEDERAL LAND, BY AGENCY AND PREDOMINANT USAGE: 1972
[In thousands of acres, except as indicated. As of June 30. Covers land in United States only]
Source: U.S. General Services Administration, Inventory Report on Real Property Owned by the United States Throughout the World, annual.
No. 316. PUBLIC LANDS-DISPOSAL TRANSACTIONS AND CASH RECEIPTS: 1901 TO
[For years ending June 30. Period figures are totals, not averages. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series J 11-18]
Not available. X Not applicable. 1 Includes homesteads.
? Excludes commuted homesteads.
3 Comprises Bureau of Land Management receipts from such sources as following: Sales of public and ceded Indian lands; fees and commissions; mineral rentals, royalties, and bonuses; sales of timber; grazing fees and rentals; and land rentals. For periods prior to 1901, receipts were $340,821,000. Act of Feb. 25, 1920. Includes Outer Continental Shelf leases beginning 1955. Includes some classes of final entries and patents. 1920 only.
Source: U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Public Land Statistics, annual.
Public and Indian Lands
No. 317. PUBLIC LANDS-HOMESTEAD ENTRIES, 1941 To 1972, AND VACANT LANDS, 1940 TO 1972, BY STATES
[Homestead entries for years ending June 30; vacant lands as of June 30. Excludes States with less than 500 acres in years specified. See text, p. 193. Vacant public lands are those which are unappropriated and unreserved. The former represent lands not covered by an entry; the latter, lands not reserved for some public purpose, i.e., available for entry or selection under appropriate laws. Data cover vacant public lands outside Alaska withdrawn for classification in furtherance of Taylor Grazing Act and for conservation and development of natural resources. See Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series J 10, for vacant lands excluding Alaska and J 17-18 for homestead entries]
Represents zero. X Not applicable. Z Less than 500 acres. 1 Original entries, except as indicated. 2 Includes acreage of public lands within grazing districts, as follows (in thousands): 1940, 131,926; 1950, 134,875; 1960, 141,645; 1970, 132,669; 1972, 132,246. Includes 1,000 acres for Missouri. 4 Excludes Alaska; see footnote 5
Effective Jan. 17, 1969 all unreserved lands in Alaska were withdrawn from all forms of appropriations or disposition under the Public Land Laws; land and resources were reserved until Dec. 31, 1970, for determinathon and protection of rights of native Aleuts, Eskimos, and Indians of Alaska.
For States no longer having local offices, entries, if any, included with Bureau of Land Management.
No. 318. PUBLIC AND INDIAN LAND-ENTRIES UNDER ALL ACTS, BY STATES: 1936 TO 1972
In thousands of acres. For years ending June 30. See text, pp. 193 and 194. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series J 13-15)
Source of tables 317 and 318: U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Public Land Statistics.