The fees for the following were, A wagon and two animals, fifty cents, carriage with one animal one dollar: for every beast of burden with its burden, fifty cents: for every Footman, five cents: for every hog, sheep, goat ten cents as described by Colville in her book "La Vereda A Trail through Time. This family was of modest means and after this stroke of good luck Mzrried seen to have purchased farm equipment that was quite expensive.
At that time almost all of Southern Colorado was considered Huerfano County.
Adjusting for each of those factors to see what women with similar qualifications and jobs bug compared to men is difficult, but the adjusted pay gap would be more likely to show the difference due to discrimination, difference in ability, or willingness to negotiate pay. On a more recent note a land grant decision has been made on the Sangre de Cristo land grand located next to the Conejos land grant.
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It seems that Nepomocena was quite dejected after this and stated "I guess we will always be poor. InSeledon's son, Cresencio Valdez again petitioned the Court of Private Land Claims providing documentation and witnesses but again the claim was denied.
There is Jose Seledon as listed in the baptismal records, Seledon Baldez as listed in the Conejos census records, Saladonio in Land Patent records and several reference books as Celedon. Felipe is titled "Lieutenant of Jurisdiction.
The Kiowas were buried on the North side of the trail and lkoking Utes on the South side as instructed. Several spellings for Seledon's name were found and created some confusion.
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A condensed form was published in the La Herencia magazine here in New Mexico. My aunt Ramona Valdez also talks about another story Marriee her of a "tesoro" buried in what she thinks was Seledon's land or home that included beautiful jewelry and was never located by the family.
A picture of Seledon hangs in the museum in Antonito, Co. This crossing was south of what today is the main bridge going to San Luis. His father was also from La Joya and his mother was from Abiquiu.
His grave has never been located. Ramona, my aunt, remembers her mother Nepomocena telling her that when Seledon was dying someone had asked Seledon if he had any last things he needed to tell the family and he did not loooking. Seledon was a prominent individual in the valley and was frequently asked to witness baptisms and marriages as is the custom in the Catholic Church.
My aunt Marriee remembers this lady coming from Los Cerritos to visit Nepomocena and telling her that the "tesoro" had been found by a family that had bought the land. In order to cross the Rio Grande river a permit was granted by the Territorial Legislature to Joseph Jacquez and Joseph Garcia to provide a small ferry so that the river could be crossed. My aunt Ramona Valdez remembers a story told to her regarding this incident.
The Colorado Supreme Court had ruled that the heirs do have rights under a prescriptive easement to use the mountain portion of Taylor Ranch in Colorado for grazing, firewood, and timber and the fence put up by Taylor 40 years lookig is an "injustice.
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This first attempts to settle the area was met with resistence from the Indians living in the area who chased them back to New Mexico. Under the Pre-emption act they were entitled to homestead parcels of land of acres each if in fact Mraried had filed their claims correctly.
No known children came from this union. Seledon died in La Isla, his home, on June 15,at the age of 70 never fulfilling his dream of having the Conejos Land Grant recognized.
Cresencio, his son, was married to Elena Salazar and they had three children, Nepomocena, my grandmother, Epifanio and Miquela. In a claim for the Conejos Land Grant was again filed with the Surveyor General office but was never acted on.
The ferry was known as Valdez's Ferry or Celedonio's Ferry. He was baptized at San Juan de los Caballeros Catholic Church and was i fourth child born, having nine siblings.
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This homestead parcels and land grant claims throughout the Southwest led to establishing of the Court of Private Land Claims. For these reasons, differences in the gender pay shown here may be more likely to show the gender ideals in an area than the discriminatory practices. Hunt who was the territorial Governor of Colorado at that time as well as the land agent for the Denver Rio Grande Railroad, to deposit with the Surveyor General's office, but the document mysteriously disappeared.
This was about By this time Seledon was living in the area probably at La Isla. Try it free right now. In when a second petition was made, and granted, a new list of settlers was submitted along with the new petition. Kooking testified that the petitioner's copy of the Grant had been given to A.