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PUBLIC LAW 91-000—MMMM. DD, 1969

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PUBLIC LAW 91-112-NOV. 6, 1969

of the school tract, north 32 degrees 15 minutes east 6.47 chains to the southwest corner of the addition; thence south 57 degrees 45 minutes east 4.00 chains to the southeast corner; thence north 21 degrees 57 minutes east 7.00 chains; thence north 77 degrees 09 minutes east 6.05 chains; thence north 13 degrees 39 minutes east 3.87 chains; thence north 7 degrees 33 minutes east 9.47 chains to the northeast corner; thence north 82 degrees 27 minutes west 1.97 chains to the northwest corner; thence south 32 degrees 15 minutes west 22.62 chains to the place of beginning, containing 9.90 acres more or less. Government excluded tract that was excepted and excluded from United States !E*atent Numbered 89,316 dated November 15, 1909, to the Pueblo of Laguna covering the Pueblo of Laguna grant in townships 9 and 10 north, ranges 5 and 6 west, New Mexico principal meridian, described as beginning at a point 72 feet westwardly from the center of the main line of the Santa Fe Pacific Railroad and 75 feet northwardly from Robert G. Marmon's north fence; thence north 32 degrees 16 minutes east on a line parallel to the railroad, 21 chains 47 links to the northeast corner, which is a mound of stone; thence north 57 degrees 45 minutes west, 15 chains to the northwest corner which is a pile of stone; then south 32 degrees 15 minutes west, 21 chains 47 links to the southwest corner, which is a point; thence south 57 degrees 45 minutes east, 15 chains to the southeast corner and place of beginning, containing 32.20 acres, more or less. Encinal School site (acquired by condemnation in case numbered 1604, equity, in the United States District Court in the District of New Mexico), situated in section 3, township 10 north, range 6 west. New Mexico principal meridian, and more particularly described as follows: The place of beginning is a point located north 44 degrees 40 minutes east a distance of 1,300.0 feet and thence north 56 degrees 15 minutes east a distajice of 232.0 feet from the southwest section corner of section 3, township 10 north, range 6 west. From said place of beginning line runs north a distance of 335.1 feet; thence east 260.0 feet; thence south 335.1 feet; thence west 260.0 feet to point of beginning, and contains 2 acres, more or less. Laguna Day School site (acquired through condemnation proceedings in United States District Court in the District of New Mexico, case numbered 2895; final decree filed May 19, 1937), consisting of two parcels described as follows: Parcel numbered 1 situated in section 5, township 9 north, range 5 west. New Mexico principal meridian, lying south of and adjacent to the United States Government excluded tract situated in said section, and more particularly described as beginning at the northeast corner of parcel numbered 1, which corner is located on the south boundary of the said United States Government excluded tract, and bears north 57 decrees 45 minutes west 212.7 feet from the southeast corner of the said United States GOAernment excluded tract, and running thence north 57 degrees 45 minutes west 210 feet, more or less, along the south boundary of the said United States Government excluded tract to the northwest corner of said certain tract; thence south 32 degrees 16 minutes west 173.3 feet, more or less, to the southwest comer, thence south 54 degrees 06 minutes east 197.7 feet to the southeast comer; thence north 36 degrees 03 minutes east 188.9 feet, more or less, to the point of beginning, containing 0.83 acres, more or less. Parcel numbered 2 situated in section 5, township 9 north, range 5 west, New Mexico principal meridian, lying south of and adjacent to the United States Government excluded tract situated in said section, and more particularly described as beginning at the

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