Congressional Edition Volume 5983

Congressional Edition Volume 5983

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1911 edition. Excerpt: ...bench marks on the line run north from Kinston were erroneously stamped about 3 feet high. The leveling was done as follows: In Ayden, Chocowinity, Parmele, Trent River, and Winterville quadrangles in 1901 by E. H. Cothran and C B. Kendall; in Newbern quadrangle in 1901 by E. H. Cothran, C B. Kendall, and C A. Clunet; in Vanceboro and Williamston quadrangles in 1901 by C B. Kendall; in Rocky Mount, Springhope, Tarboro, and Wilson quadrangles in 1902 by F. C Black and Carroll Caldwell; in Snow Hill quadrangle by E. H. Cothran in 1907 and by Carroll Caldwell in 1902; in Clayton, Eagle Rock, Falkland, Goldsboro, Kenly, and Raleigh quadrangles in 1902 by Carroll Caldwell. NEWBERN QUADRANGLE. NEWBERN, SOUTHWEST ALONG TRENT RIVER ROAD, TO OLIVERS. Newbern, in northeast corner of county court-house; bronze tablet stamped Feet. "16 RALEIGH" 14.861 Newbern, U. S. Engineer Corps bench mark, end of first step of William Ellis dwelling (reported as 9.392 above mean low water) 9. 286 Newbern, in government yard, 5-foot mark on tide gage 1. 62 Olivers, 5.6 miles east of, at county line, 120 feet from road forks on left of Trent River road, 21 feet from center, 50 feet east of south front of Gus White's store; iron post stamped "34 RALEIGH" 32. 995 NEWBERN, NORTH TO ASKIN. Pettifords Ferry, on east side of Neuse River, east side of large cypress, on point above landing; 3 nails (driven by U. S. Engineer Burbank and reported as 2.154 feet above mean low tide) 2. 05 Askin, 2 miles south of, northwest corner of Cicero Gaskin's front yard, at junction of roads; iron post stamped "28 RALEIGH" 27. 672 VANCEBORO, SOUTHWEST TO CHIP. Chip, in northeast corner of W. A. Ewell's store, 200 feet northeast of junction of Streets Ferry and more

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  • Paperback | 82 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 163g
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236531256
  • 9781236531254