Results of Spirit Leveling in New York, 1906 to 1911, Inclusive

Results of Spirit Leveling in New York, 1906 to 1911, Inclusive

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1912 edition. Excerpt: ... face of bastion B, about 3 feet from angle with east curtain of fort; level of base of scarp wall (TJ. S. Corps of Engineers b. m.). 94. 000 1 Information furnished by Board on Deep Waterways. Champlain, about 7,500 feet from the Oak Street Bridge, between Cooper-Feet, ville and Champlain, on south side of highway, on east side of Great Chazy River; nail driven in root on southwest side of an elm tree 3 feet in diameter (D. W., Champlain 1) 131. 839 Champlain, on west side of north abutment of the Oak Street Bridge over Great Chazy River; 2-inch square cut in top of first step above main abutment (D. W., Champlain 2) 108. 505 Champlain, about 1 mile north of, near east side of front door of the Champlain waterworks; lj-inch square cut in stone step (D. W., Champlain 3). 163.978 Champlain, about 2.6 miles northwest of, on north side of Great Chazy River, about 80 feet west of a small creek, about 1,400 feet north of north bank of Great Chazy River, about 730 feet south of international boun-dary line; nail yi root on west side of an elm tree 1J feet in diameter (D. W., Champlain 4) 170.138 MOIRA QUADRANGLE. Bench marks near Hogansburg. Hogansburg, main tower of St. Patrick's Catholic Church; center punch mark in a brass bolt cemented into northeast face of east buttress (U. S. Corps of Engineers P, Hogansburg) 178.260 Hogansburg, 1 foot from east corner of Catholic convent, southeast face, about 2 feet above surface of ground; center punch mark in a brass bolt cemented into limestone water table, marked "U. S. C. S. U. S. Corps of Engineers C, Hogansburg" 179.950 Raquette River, about 350 feet northwest of northwest bank of, 20.5 feet southeast of a large white pine tree 9 feet in circumference; top of roundheaded brass bolt set...show more

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  • Paperback | 70 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 141g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236957717
  • 9781236957719