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  1. The farmer's land-measurer or pocket companion showing at one view the content of any piece of land from dimensions taken in yards with a set of useful agricultural tables / by James Pedder
    By: Pedder, James, - Making of America Project.
    Publication info: New York :C.M. Saxton,1856, c1853
    Contributed by: University of California Libraries (archive.org)
    Subjects: Agriculture  Electronic texts  Online resources  Surveying  Tables  
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  2. The farmers' land-measurer, or, pocket companion showing, at one view, the content of any piece of land, from dimensions taken in yards, with a set of useful agricultural tables / by James Pedder.
    By: Pedder, James,
    Publication info: New York :C.M. Saxton,1853.
    Contributed by: Penn State University (archive.org)
    Subjects: Agriculture  Surveying  Tables  
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  3. Fast, accurate two-person beach surveys / by William A. Birkemeier.
    By: Birkemeier, William A. - Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.)
    Publication info: Fort Belvoir, Va. :National Technical Information Service, Operations Division [distributor,1981]
    Contributed by: MBLWHOI Library
    Subjects: Beaches  Surveying  United States  
    BHL Collections: MBLWHOI Library, Woods Hole
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  4. National forest order 23. Part 4. April, 1907. Canceling all previous conflicting instructions.
    By: United States.
    Publication info: Washington,Govt. print. off.,1907
    Contributed by: Library of Congress
    Subjects: Public lands  Surveying  United States  
    BHL Collections: Library of Congress
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  5. Remarks on Upper Canada surveys and extracts from the surveyors' reports containing a description of the soil and timber of the townships in the Ottawa River and Georgian Bay Section and between the Spanish River, on the North Shore Lake Huron, and Goulay's Bay, on Lake Superior.
    By: Canada.
    Publication info: [Ottawa? :s.n.],1867
    Contributed by: Canadiana.org (archive.org)
    Subjects: Forests and forestry  Ontario  Surveying  
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  6. Report of the surveyor general of New Brunswick upon the present state of the crown lands, with suggestions for their more efficient and ready settlement, and for rendering that branch of public property more advantageous and profitable as a source of revenue.
    By: Baillie, Thomas, - New Brunswick.
    Publication info: Fredericton, N.B. :J. Simpson,1849.
    Contributed by: Canadiana.org (archive.org)
    Subjects: Crown lands  New Brunswick  Public lands  Surveying  
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