The Mason & Dixon Line Preservation Partnership
Title: The Mason & Dixon Line Preservation Partnership
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Description: The Mason & Dixon Line Preservation Partnership Mason & Dixon Line Preservation Partnership Welcome to the Mason & Dixon Line Preservation Partnership Website! Crownstone 40 stone dedication On Saturd is ranked 11135708 in the world (amongst the 40 million domains). A low-numbered rank means that this website gets lots of visitors. This site is relatively popular among users in the united states. It gets 50% of its traffic from the united states .This site is estimated to be worth $10,164. This site has a low Pagerank(0/10). It has 1 backlinks. has 43% seo score. Information

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The Mason & Dixon Line Preservation Partnership Mason & Dixon Line Preservation Partnership Welcome to the Mason & Dixon Line Preservation Partnership Website! Crownstone 40 stone dedication On Saturday May 21, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. the Mason and Dixon Line Preservation Partnership will unveil a new Crownstone at Mile 40 on the Mason and Dixon Line. The original stone set by Mason and Dixon in November, 1766 was destroyed and thought to be lost forever. After a bit of detective work, surveying, calculations and following in the footsteps of Mason and Dixon, the base of the stone was discovered. Now, 250 years after being set by Mason and Dixon, a new Indiana Limestone replica will be set adjacent to the original base uncovered by the Partnership. Join us on May 21st for the unveiling. The unveiling will take place at the State line at PA State Route 24 / Maryland Route 23 Lat/Long: 39.721001, -76.543333 More event details, directions and parking information PRESS RELEASE John Bird Transit and Equal Altitude Instrument to be restored Restoration of this important artifact has been adopted by the Maryland Society of Land Surveyors and the Maryland Society of Professional Engineers. To donate in support of the restoration fully tax-deductible private donations from individuals and organizations are being accepted. Click here for donation form This instrument facilitates the measurement of the horizon thereby informing calculations of distance and time. Governor Thomas Penn purchased this instrument in 1763 from London's pre-eminent scientific instrument maker, John Bird. Penn provided the transit to Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon for their 1763-7 survey of the boundary between Pennsylvania and Maryland, better known as the Mason-Dixon Line. In 1769, this instrument was used to observe the transit of Venus across the sun as a means of calculating Earth's distance from the sun. In the early 19th century, the transit was used in the tower of Independence Hall in order to establish high noon for the calibration of the tower clock. That use probably continued until the 1840s when standard rail time was established and there was no longer a need to set clocks by independent measurement. Apparently, the transit stayed on the third level of the tower (where the clock works are) until it was “rediscovered” in 1913. This object is one of the few surviving original Independence Hall furnishings. Charles Mason Receives Memorial Stone at Burial site The Surveyors Rendezvous made sure everyone will remember Charles Mason. A British surveyor, astronomer and scientist, Mason received a posthumous honor Saturday when the Surveyors Rendezvous dedicated an original boundary stone from the Mason-Dixon Line in his memory at Christ Church Burial Ground in Philadelphia. READ FULL ARTICLE HERE ----------------------------------------- You can Purchase Prints signed by Brian Tucker on eBay or Email for an address to send check directly. Proceeds from the sale of the print will be used to protect and preserve the stones and repair or replace stones that mark the Mason and Dixon Line. FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK ? Copyright ? 2014 Mason & Dixon Line Preservation Partnership, All Rights Reserved Whois

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