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Surveying-Related History Books for Sale  


wsbsmith
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I have the following surveying-related history books for sale (see end of post):

Once I know what you’re interested in, I’ll calculate the actual USPS Media Mail rate. PayPal and Venmo accepted.

For a complete list of what I have available, visit: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1QVEJA2ywFDPuYsT290wzUWdLbSSbmML0HViF2VI7vx8

Bedini, Silvio A.  With Compass and Chain: Early American Surveyors and Their Instruments. Frederick, MD: Professional Surveyors Publishing Company, 2001. 774 pp. Hardcover. No dust jacket. 2/10. $125.00 

Ellis, William Donohue. The Bounty Lands. New York: The World Publishing Company, 1952. 492 pp. Hardcover. 1/8. $10.00

Heidt, William, Jr. Simeon DeWitt: Founder of Ithaca. Ithaca, NY: Historical Society of Tompkins County, 1968. 75 pp. Softcover. 0/6. $35.00

Hemenway, Priya. Divine Proportion: Phi in Art, Nature, and Science. New York: Sterling Publishing, 2005. 203 pp. Hardcover. 1/14. $5.00

Hughes, Sarah. Surveyors and Statesmen: Land Measuring in Colonial Virginia. Richmond, VA: Virginia surveyors Foundation, 1979. 196 pp. Hardcover. 2/2. $45.00

Knepper, George W. The Official Ohio Lands Book. Columbus, OH: State of Ohio, 2002. 82 pp. Softcover. 0/7. $10.00

Murphy, Mary Catherine. Index to Green Peyton’s A Map of Albemarle County, Virginia 1875. Charlottesville, VA: Albemarle County Historical Society, 1987. 26 pp. 0/2. $5.00

White, C. Albert. A History of the Rectangular Survey System. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1983. 774 pp. Hardcover. 6/15. $95.00

Arnold, Scott David. A Guidebook to Virginia's Historical Markers. Charlottesville, VA: University of Virginia Press, 2007 (Third Edition). 366 pp. Softcover. 1/5. $12.00

W. Scott Smith

Lynchburg, VA

wsbsmith@gmail.com

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Surveyors & Statesmen and the Ohio Lands Book have sold.

Scott

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