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Longitude, latitude, English Kings, Protestants versus Catholics, 200 Years of World History, and finally the contribution that Mason and Dixon made in drawing an accurate boundary... Read morePublished 12 months ago by richard e whitelock
When Isaac Newton wrote that he was "standing on the shoulders of giants" about100 years before Mason and Dixon made their line, he remarked about a technological... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Cabin Dweller
If you are a history buff with any interest in the Mason-Dixon Line, this is a must-read book. Don't even think twice, just buy it and read it. Now. You won't be sorry.Published 14 months ago by Gary Bruner
This is an excellent rendition of the background of the Mason-Dixon Line in 1763-7. It is very informative, combining, history and technology. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Gderf
Mason and Dixon. Two of the most famous men in the United States. To survey as they did and compute the computations using the tools available to them at the time is nearly... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Jason G. Racette
Enjoying the book. Went out today and found the post mark'd West. I hope to walk the line when I retire.Published 24 months ago by Robert Booker