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Bulletin No. 201 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 
UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 

CHARLES D. WALOOTT, DIRECTOR 



RESULTS 



OF 



Primary Truncation and Primary Traverse 



FISCAL YEAE 1901-02 



BY 



H. M. WILSON, J. H. RENSHAWE, E. M. DOUGLAS, AND R. U. GOODE 







WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

19 2 / 



Bulletin No. 201 ' 




Series F, Geography, 33 



>EPARTMENT OF THE 
UNITED STATES GEOLO 

CHARLES D. WALCOTT, DIRECTOR 




SURVEY 



RESULTS 




OF 



... - 



Primary Triangulation and Primary Traverse 



FISCAL YEAR 1901-02 



BY 



H. M. WILSON, J. H. RENSHAWE, E. M. DOUGLAS, AND R. U. GOODE 



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WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1902 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 
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CONTENTS. 



Page. 

Letter of transmittal 9 

Summary j I 

Atlantic section of topography . __ .__ 12 

New York \% 

Triangulation stations 12 

Desaw, Franklin County .. 12 

Iron, Franklin County 12 

Kildare, Franklin County l:; 

Pinnacle, Fulton County. . _ 18 

Sacandaga, Fulton County 13 

Stratford, Fulton County 14 

Blue Ridge, Hamilton County . 14 

Buck, Hamilton County 14 

Cathead, Hamilton County 15 

Fish, Hamilton County 15 

Hamilton, Hamilton County 16 

Speculator, Hamilton County 16 

Tomany , Hamilton County 1 (> 

Twin Lake, No. 1, Hamilton County .. 17 

Twin Lake, No. 2, Hamilton County . . 1 7 

West Creek, No. 1 , Hamilton County 18 

West Creek, No. 2, Hamilton County 18 

Oak Hill, Herkimer County 19 

Arab, St. Lawrence County 19 

Beech Plains Church, St. Lawrence County, 19 

Canton Water Tower, St. Lawrence County 19 

Fike, St. Lawrence County 20 

Little Blue, St. Lawrence County . 20 

McCarthy, St. Lawrence County 21 

Moosehead, St. Lawrence County 21 

Nierny, St. Lawrence County ... 21 

Norwood, St. Lawrence County . _ 22 

Panther, St. Lawrence County 2-2 

Potsdam Presbyterian Church, St. Lawrence County 33 

Rogers, St. Lawrence County 23 

Stark, St. Lawrence County — 21 

Wheeler, St. Lawrence County 24 

White Hill, St. Lawrence County 24 

Roads, Sullivan County 25 

Mill Creek, Warren County 25 



CONTENTS. 



Page. 



Atlantic section of topography— Continued. 
New York — Continued. 

Meridian marks 26 

Johnstown, Fulton County 26 

Pennsylvania 26 

Triangulation stations '- 26 

Chicory, Cambria County 26 

Ebensburg, Cambria County 27 

Fye, Cambria County 27 

Sherbine, Cambria County 28 

Swope, Cambria County ... : 28 

Thomas, Cambria County 28 

Wess, Cambria County 29 

Beck , Clearfield County . . . 29 

Davis, Clearfield County 30 

Grirard, Clearfield County . ... 30 

Kephart, Clearfield County 31 

Kephart Tree, Clearfield County _ _ _ 31 

Kyler, Clearfield Count/. . 32 

McDowell, Clearfield County . 32 

Morrisdale, Clearfield County 33 

Neeper, Clearfield County 33 

Pardee, Clearfield County . _ . 33 

Patterson. Clearfield County 34 

Spangle, Clearfield County . . . 34 

Walls, Clearfield County.. 35 

Bowser, Jefferson County 35 

Maryland 36 

Primary traverse _ _ 36 

North Carolina 38 

Primary traverse 38 

Ohio _ 42 

Primary traverse 42 

Central section of topography 46 

Ohio 46 

Primary traverse 46 

Alabama 68 

Primary traverse : 68 

Indiana-Illinois 70 

Primary traverse 70 

Michigan . ... 73 

Primary traverse 73 

Wisconsin 75 

Primary traverse . 75 

Missouri 76 

Primary traverse 

Iowa . 

Primary traverse 

Arkansas 

Primary traverse . ... 

Nebraska . . . 

Primary traverse 



CONTENTS. 5 

Page. 

Rocky Mountain section of topography 83 

Wyoming-Colorado 83 

Triangulation stations 83 

Wyoming 83 

Azimuth Mark, Carbon County 83 

Battle, Carbon County 84 

Bridger, Carbon County 84 

East Base, Carbon County __ 84 

Fort Steele, Astronomic Station, Carbon County __ 85 

Grennville , Carbon County . 85 

Honnold, Carbon County 86 

Medicine Bow, near Albany-Carbon County line. _ 86 

Mount Steele, Carbon County 86 

Needle, Carbon County 87 

Pelham, Carbon County 87 

Platte, Carbon County 88 

Rawlins, Carbon County _ . . 88 

Riverside, Carbon County 88 

Sage, Carbon County 89 

St. Mary, Carbon County . _. 89 

Saratoga, Carbon County . . . 90 

Sharp, Carbon County . _ . 90 

Three Point, Carbon County ... 90 

West Base, Carbon County . . 90 

Colorado 91 

Anita, Routt County 91 

Azimuth Station, Routt County. __ 91 

Halm, Routt County 92 

High Sharp, Routt County . 92 

Whitehead, Routt County . 92 

Zirkel, Routt County 93 

Milepost 145, Colorado- Wyoming State line . 93 

Milepost 163, Colorado- Wyoming State line . 93 

Wyoming 93 

Triangulation stations 93 

Azimuth Station, Johnson County 93 

Buffalo, Johnson County 94 

Cone, Johnson County 94 

Cross H, Johnson County . 95 

De Smet, Johnson County 95 

McKinney, Johnson County 95 

Shell, Johnson County 96 

Banner, Sheridan County 96 

George, Sheridan County 

McCormick, Sheridan County W 

Prairie Dog, Sheridan County 97 

Meridian marks ! '^ 

Buffalo, Johnson County. . . OT 



96 






6 CONTENTS. 

Rocky Mountain section of topography — Continued. Page. 

Montana 98 

Triangulation stations . . 98 

Monture, Deerlodge County 99 

Nevada, Deerlodge County 100 

Silvertip, Deerlodge County 100 

Stonewall, Deerlodge County 101 

iEneas, Flathead County 102 

Baptiste, Flathead County _ _ . 102 

Coalbank, Flathead County 103 

Gildart, Flathead County 103 

G. N.. Flathead County 103 

Heavens, Flathead County ._...__ 104 

Moss, Flathead County 104 

Stimpson, Flathead County .._, 105 

Swan, Flathead County 105 

Vulture , Flathead County . _ . 106 

Quigg, Granite County 106 

Carey. Lewis and Clarke County 107 

Cliff, on line between Lewis and Clarke and Deer Lodge 

counties 107 

Dearborn, Lewis and Clarke County 108 

East Base, Lewis and Clarke County 108 

West Base, Lewis and Clarke County _ . 109 

Fairview, Lewis and Clarke County. 109 

Gamer, Lewis and Clarke County _■ . . . 110 

Hilger, Lewis and Clarke County 110 

Lenox, Lewis and Clarke County 111 

Mitchell, Lewis and Clarke County 111 

Mount Helena. Lewis and Clarke County 112 

Pentagon, on line between Lewis and Clarke and Deer 

Lodge counties . . . 112 

Scapegoat, on line between Lewis and Clarke and Deer 

Lodge counties 113 

Scratchgravel, Lewis and Clarke County 113 

Whiteridge, Lewis and Clarke County 114 

Gordon, on line between Missoula and Powell counties 114 

Holland, Missoula County 114 

Kainas, Missoula County 115 

McDonald, Missoula County 115 

McLeod, Missoula County 116 

Miller (Miller Creek Peak) , Missoula County 116 

Daly, Ravalli County 117 

El Capitan, Ravalli County 117 

North Base, Ravalli County 118 

St. Mary, Ravalli County 118 

South Base, Ravalli County 119 

Ward (1). Ravalli County 119 

Ward (2), Ravalli County 120 

Willow, Ravalli County 120 

Alias, Teton County 121 



CONTENTS. 7 

Rocky Mountain section of topography — Continued. Page. 
Montana — Continued. 

Triangulation stations — Continued. 

Baker, Teton County 121 

Boundary 373, Teton County 122 

Chief Mountain, Teton County 122 

Cleveland, Teton County 123 

Connie, Teton County 123 

Cutbank, Teton County . 123 

Divide, Teton County 124 

Durham, Teton County 125 

Elk, Teton County 125 

Flattop, Teton County 125 

Galbreath, Teton County 126 

Half Dome, Teton County 126 

Landslide, Teton County 127 

Lincoln. Teton County 127 

Milk River, Teton County 127 

Observation, Teton County 128 

Robertson, Teton County 128 

Rocky, Teton County 128 

Siy eh, Teton County 129 

Arizona-New Mexico 130 

Triangulation stations 130 

Arizona 130 

Geographic locations at Globe, Gila County 130 

Mine locations 130 

Center station 130 

Northeast station ... 130 

Natanes, Gila County 130 

Ash Peak, Graham County 131 

Azimuth (2) , Graham County 131 

Bryce, Graham County 131 

Gila, Graham County 132 

Graham. Graham County 132 

Guthrie, Graham County . . 133 

Morenci, Graham County 133 

Pima Church, Graham County 133 

Shannon, Graham County 134 

Sunset, Graham County 134 

Triplets, Graham County 134 

Turnbull, Graham County 135 

New Mexico 135 

Bullard, Grant County 186 

Canyon, Grant County 136 

Cliff, Grant County 136 

Line, Grant County 136 

Secho , Grant County { ' ! 7 

Mogollon , Socorro County ' ; ; ' 

Pleasant, Socorro County ^ 8 



8 CONTENTS. 

Page. 

Pacific section of topography 138 

California 138 

Triangulation stations 138 

Central California 138 

Brown, Alameda County 138 

Brushy, Alameda County 139 

Leal, Alameda County 139 

Livermore, Alameda County 140 

Lone Pine, Alameda County 140 

Sunol, Alameda County 141 

Trenouth, Alameda County 141 

Bridge, Contra Costa County 142 

Byron. Contra Costa County . 142 

Diablo, Contra Costa County 142 

Wiedeman, Contra Costa County 143 

Mocho, Santa Clara County 143 

Randsburg mining district 144 

Government, Kern County 144 

Laurel, Kern County 145 

Dome, San Bernardino County 145 

El Paso. San Bernardino County _ _ 145 

Johannesburg, San Bernardino County 145 

Red. San Bernardino County 146 

Sierra Forest Reserve 146 

Breckenridge, Kern County 146 

Cache, Kern County 147 

Double, Kern County 147 

Old Town, Kern County 147 

Owens, Kern County 148 

Pah Ute. Kern County. . . 148 

Pajuela, Kern County . . 149 

Soledad, Kern County . . 149 

Sunday, Kern County 149 

Odell, Los Angeles County 150 

Olancha, Inyo and Tulare counties 150 

Whitney, Inyo and Tulare counties 150 

Big Meadows, Tulare County 151 

Florence, Tulare County 151 

Moses, Tulare County 152 

Primary traverse 152 

Index 157 



ILLUSTRATION 



Plate I. Map showing condition of astronomic location and primary con- 
trol 11 



LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL. 



Department of the Interior, 
United States Geological Survey, 

Washington, D. C, June 18, 1902. 
Sir: We have the honor to transmit herewith, in form for publica- 
tion, the results of the primary triangulation and primary traverse 
executed by the United States Geological Survey during the fiscal 
year 1001-2. 

The results were computed by Messrs. A. H. Thompson, George T. 
Hawkins, C. F. Urquhart, R. H. Chapman, Frank Tweedy, Charles 
E. Cooke, W. H. Griffin, Sledge Tatum, and E. L. McNair, under the 
direction of Mr. S. S. Gannett, who likewise compiled them for 
publication. 

Very respectfully, 

H. M. Wilson, 
Geographer in charge of Atlantic section. 

J. II. Renshawe, 
Geographer in charge of Central section. 
E. M. Douglas, 
Geographer in charge of Rocky Mountain section. 

R. U. Goode, 
Geographer in charge of Pacific section. 
Hon. Charles D. Walcott, 

Director United States Geological Survey. 

9 



LLETIN No. 201 PL. 




MAP SHOWING CONDITION OP ASTRONOMIC LOCATION AND PRIMARY CONTROl 



i" April :;o \<M2. 



RESULTS OF PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY 
TRAVERSE, FISCAL YEAR 1901-2. 



By H. M. Wilson, J. H. Renshawe, E. M. Douglas, and R. IT. 

GOODE. 



SUMMARY. 

Summary of published results, 1901-2: Triangulation, primary traverse, meridian 

marks, and base lines. 



Locality. 


Triangulation 
stations. 


Traverse sta- 
tions. 


Meridian 
marks. 


Base lines. 


ATLANTIC SECTION. 

New York_ 


35 

21 




1 




Pennsylvania . . 






Maryland _ . . 


47 
136 

80 

703 
61 
55 
05 
14 
45 
23 
14 
52 






North Carolina 








Ohio 








CENTRAL SECTION. 

Ohio 








Alabama 








Indiana-Illinois 








Michigan 








Wisconsin 








Missouri 








Iowa 








Arkansas 








Nebraska 








ROCKY MOUNTAIN SECTION. 

Arizona-New Mexico 


29 
04 
12 

28 

33 






Montana 






2 


Wyoming 

Wyoming-Colorado 




1 


1 




1 


PACIFIC SECTION. 

California 


02 












Total _.„ 


222 


1,303 


2 


4 



11 



12 



PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 301. 



ATLANTIC SECTION OF TOPOGRAPHY. 

!NEW YORK. 

TRIANGULATION STATIONS. 

Mr. E. L. McNair, topographer, was engaged during the first half 
of the field season in extending triangulation over the southern por- 
tion of the Adirondacks and during the remainder of the season over 
the northwestern part of the same region . He established and marked 
the positions of 35 stations, which control 9 15-minute quadrangles, 
covering portions of Fulton, Hamilton, St. Lawrence, Franklin, Sar- 
atoga, and Warren counties. He also established a meridian line at 
Johnstown. 

DESAW, FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

Situated about 2 miles east of Dickinson Center, on a large rock in 
field owned by Fred Desaw. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rock. 

[Latitude 44° 43' 12.69". Longitude 74° 30' 53.14".] 



To station 



Azimuth. 



Back azimuth. 



Log. distance. 



Nierny,... 55 51 07.54 i 235 40 10.06 



White Hill. 
Norwood. _ 
Azure 



56 57 42.16 236 46 41.90 



97 43 33.65 
356 54 38. 76 



277 24 10.29 
176 55 12.93 



Meters. 
4. 3963093 
4. 3929324 
4. 5644263 
4. 2993577 



IRON, FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

A secondary station situated on the eastern side and 150 feet below 
summit of a high timbered mountain in Altamont Township, about 3 
miles, air line, south of Derrick station on New York and Ottawa 
Railroad. 

Station mark : A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rock. 

Reference mark: The spruce signal tree; true azimuth to same, 
283° 50'; distance, 7.15 feet. 

[Latitude 44° 19' 14.2". Longitude 74° 28' 56.3". 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


St. Regis 


O III 

231 03 17 
358 17 47 


51 09 40 

178 18 04 


Meters. 

4. 19284 


Morris 


4. 25234 







WILSON, KKNSHAWE 
DOUGLAS, GOODE 



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NEW YORK. 



13 



KILDARE, FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

A secondary station, situated at the western end of a high timbered 
mountain in Altamont Township, about 3 miles south of Derrick sta- 
tion, on the New York and Ottawa Railroad. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rock. 

Reference mark: Spruce signal tree; true azimuth, 160° 35'; dis- 
tance, 22 feet. 

[Latitude 44° 19' 09.9". Longitude 74° 29' 26.1".] 



To station- 



Azimuth. 



Little Blue 

Panther . . 

Azure 



98 36 44 
119 15 47 

178 01 48 



Back azimuth. 



278 22 57 
299 04 36 
358 01 22 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 
4. 42298 
4. 38590 
4.39190 



PINNACLE, FULTON COUNTY. 

Situated on a round timbered knob, partly cleared, in northen part 
of town of Bleecker. 

Station mark : A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rock. 

[Latitude 43° 13' 04.16". Longitude 74° 23' 20.69". ] 



To station- 



Blue Ridge 
Cathead . _ _ 
Sacandaga 



Azimuth. 



169 12 05.03 
228 00 57.24 
266 31 33.43 



Back azimuth. 



349 11 27.46 
48 05 03.62 
86 38 18.76 



Log. distance. 



.1/' /< rs. 
3.8195(11)2 
4.0376901 

4.126510!) 



SACANDAGA, FULTON COUNTY. 

Situated on a partially cleared mountain about 2 miles west of 
Northville. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid 
rock. 

[Latitude 43° 13' 30.01". Longitude 74° 13' 28.84".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Pinnacle - - 


86 38 18.76 
111 21 13.89 
141 07 12.81 
208 18 19.47 


266 31 33.43 
291 13 50.76 
321 04 33.64 

28 21 41.08 


.1/- tevs. 
4. 1265 10!) 


Blue Ridge 

Cathead . . . . 


1. L947207 
3.9213483 


Buck - 


1. U 52430 







14 PKIMARY TRI ANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 
STRATFORD, FULTON COUNTY. 

A secondary station, situated on a low, bare knoll about one-fourth 
mile northeast of town of Stratford. 

Station mark : A lone poplar tree 9 inches in diameter and 12 feet 
high. 

Reference mark : A bowlder 3 by 3 by 3 feet, distant 55-J feet from 
station mark; true azimuth from mark 127° 50'. 

[Latitude 43° 11' 06.2". Longitude 74° 41' 29.9".] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Barto 


69 30 56 
127 50 22 
180 40 23 
221 15 05 


o / // 

249 22 48 

307 48 57 

40 28 

41 19 56 


Meters. 
4. 23658 


Oak Hill 


3. 54610 


West Creek No. 2 


4. 09602 


Tomany . 


4. 16090 







BLUE RIDGE, HAMILTON COUNTY. 



Situated on a partly cleared, timbered ridge in town of Benson, 
about 5 miles west of Benson Center. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rock. 

[Latitude 43° 16' 34.25". Longitude 74° 24' 15.54".] 



To station 



Tomany . . . 
West Creek No. 1 
Twin Lake No. 2 
Twin Lake No. 1 

Hamilton 

Buck 

Cathead . 

Sacandaga 

Pinnacle 



Azimuth 




o 


/ 


// 


93 


12 


48.07 


96 


13 


18. 


13 


142 30 


55 


00 


144 02 


51. 


76 


191 


26 40. 


71 


252 35 


27 


24 


265 


01 


18.09 


291 


13 


50. 76 


349 


11 


27 


46 



Bac 


c az 


imuth. 


o 


/ 


// 


2; 3 05 


49.33 


276 01 


29. 29 


322 


23 31.00 


323 


55 


50.84 


11 


28 


13.64 


72 


46 


12.52 


85 


06 02.20 


111 


21 


13.89 


169 


12 


05.03 



Log. distance. 

Meters. 
4. 1396657 
4. 3699741 
4. 37794 
4. 3706853 
I. 1861832 
4. 3465601 
3. 9721603 
4. 1947207 
3. 8195692 



BUCK, HAMILTON COUNTY. 

Situated on a cleared mountain about 4 miles northeast of Hope 

Falls, Hamilton County, and near the Saratoga- Hamilton County line. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rock. 



WILSON, RENSH AWE, "I 
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DOUGLAS, GOODE. 



NEW YOEK. 



15 



[Latitude 43° 20' 08.51". Longitude 74° 08' 34.75".] 



To station— 


Azinmth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Sacandaga _ . 


28 21 41.08 
63 58 35.96 
72 46 12.52 
115 01 25.72 
200 27 17.27 
221 34 28. 11 
251 41 36.93 


o / /' 

208 18 19.47 

243 52 34.91 

252 35 27.24 

294 52 12.62 

20 31 15.56 

41 41 42.84 

71 48 41.35 


Meters. 
4. 1452430 


Cathead ________ 


4. 1207917 


Blue Ridge 


4. 3465601 


Hamilton 

Mill Creek 

Bald Head 

Wells 


4. 3009785 
4. 3478133 
4. 3309793 
4. 1661306 







CATHEAD, HAMILTON COUNTY. 

Situated in town of Benson, about 1 mile north of Benson post- 
office, on a burnt rocky hill. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rock. 

Reference mark: A dead tree used as signal; distant 33.3 feet, true 
azimuth, 89° 09' from mark. 

[Latitude 43° 17' 04.42". Longitude 74° 17' 21.12".] 



To station 



Pinnacle ._ 
Blue Ridge 
Hamilton _ 
Speculator 

Buck 

Sacandaga 



Aziinuth. 



48 05 03.62 
85 06 02.20 
156 12 45.49 
168 06 57 
243 52 34.91 
321 04 33.64 



Back azimuth. 



228 00 57.24 
265 01 18.09 
336 09 33. 96 
348 04 51 
63 58 35.96 
141 07 12.81 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 
4.0376901 
3.9721603 
4.1921313 
4.30218 
4.1207917 
3. 9213483 



FISH, HAMILTON COUNTY. 

(Not occupied.) 

A secondary point situated on a bare hill, about 2 miles west of Lake 
Pleasant. Probably a station of the Colvin Survey. 

[Latitude 43° 28' 18.1". Longitude 74° 27' 36.3".] 



To station - 



Tomany 

West Creek No. 1 
Twin Lake No. 1 . 
Hamilton 



Azimuth. 



23 48 26 

44 22 14 

73 38 08 

311 24 58 



Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


, // 


Meters. 


203 43 45 


4. 35993 


224 12 42 


4.42900 


253 33 23 


3. 98512 


131 28 50 


4. 00363 



16 PRIMARY TRI ANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 

HAMILTON, HAMILTON COUNTY. 

A United States Coast and Geodetic Survey triangulation station, 
situated on a high cleared mountain about 3 miles south of Lake 
Pleasant. 

Station mark: A copper bolt set in solid rock and marked " U. S. 
G. S. 465 N. Y.," near which is a United States Coast and Geodetic 
Survey copper bolt, not marked. 

[Latitude 43° 24 41.82". Longitude 74° 22' 00.14".] 









To station- 



Azimutli. 



BlueRidge__ 11 28 

Tomany 49 42 

West Canada_ 113 22 

Little Moose ... . 15010 

Snowy ... 177 03 

Big- Range | 206 09 

Gore _| 221 33 

Mill Creek .. ! 244 14 

Crane I 245 28 

Prospect J 268 28 

Wells 276 42 



Buck... 
Cathead 



294 52 
336 09 



13. 64 
09.98 
30. 27 
42.30 
15.52 
35. 82 
38.32 
46.95 
19.04 
38.73 
21.77 
12.62 
33. 96 



Back azimuth. Log. distance. 



191 26 

229 33 

293 07 

330 02 

357 02 

26 14 

41 46 

64 27 

05 44 

88 53 

96 58 

115 01 

156 12 



40.71 
37. 78 
42.24 
15. 89 

24. 70 
31.60 
44.82 
59. 47 
59. 34 
20.26 
39.81 

25. 72 
45.49 



Meters. 
4. 1861832 
4.3435825 
4. 4994236 
4. 5200577 
4.5065186 
4. 3397301 
4. 5860772 
4. 4582536 
4.5547813 
4. 6858085 
4. 5087915 
4. 3009785 
4. 1921313 



SPECULATOR, HAMILTON COUNTY. 

(Not occupied.) 

A secondary point situated on a partly timbered mountain about 3 
miles south of Speculator. Probably a station of the Colvin Survey. 

[Latitude 43° 27' 36.2 ". Longitude 74° 20' 24.8.] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log 


distance. 




o , „ 


/ „ 


Meters. 


Hamilton 


21 43 39 


201 42 34 




3. 76294 


Twin Lake No. 1 


85 45 06 


265 35 26 




4. 27932 


Cathead 


348 04 51 


168 06 57 




4. 30218 



TOMANY, HAMILTON COUNTY. 

Situated in town of Arietta about 4 miles northwest of Arietta, on 
a timbered mountain about H miles west of highway leading to Piseco 



WILSON, RENSHAWE,] 
DOUGLAS, GOODE. J 



NEW YORK. 



17 



Lake. Summit of mountain has been cleared. Theodolite was sup- 
ported on a beech tree sawed off 25 feet above ground, around which 
was built a tower and platform. 

Station mark : A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rock. 

Reference mark : The beech signal tree 20 feet distant ; true azimuth 
156° 26' from mark. 

[Latitude 43° 16' 58.85". Longitude 74° 34' 26.34".] 



To station- 



Stratford . 

Oak Hill 

Barto 

West Creek No. 2 
West Creek No. 1 
Twin Lake No. 2 
Twin Lake No. 1 

Fish 

Hamilton 

Blue Ridge 



Azimuth. 



41 19 55 
54 46 05 
56 43 04 
99 38 32.33 

100 23 16. 70 

177 29 49 

179 50 28.83 

203 43 45 

229 33 37.78 

273 05 49.33 



Back azimuth. 



221 15 05 
234 39 50 
236 30 05 

279 33 46.31 

280 18 26.65 
357 29 25 
359 50 27.30 

23 48 26 
49 42 09.98 
93 12 48.07 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 
4. 16090 
4.17918 
4.48817 
3. 9793818 
3. 9864913 
4. 25977 
4. 2608692 
4. 35993 
4, 3435825 
4. 1396657 



TWIN LAKE NO. 1, HAMILTON COUNTY. 

Situated in Arietta Township about 4 miles west of Piseco Lake on 
the east edge of a timbered mountain. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rock. 

[Latitude 43° 26' 49.68 ". Longitude 74° 34' 28.58".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance, 




O 1 II 


o / // 


Meters. 


West Creek No. 2 


29 20 23.69 


209 15 38.81 


4. 2806716 


West Creek No. 1 


29 54 43. 63 
253 33 23 


209 49 54.68 
73 38 08 


4. 2791890 


Fish 


3. 98512 


Speculator 


265 35 26 


85 45 06 


4. 27932 


Hamilton 


283 07 12.71 


103 15 47.23 


4.2378111 


Blue Ridge 


323 55 50.84 


144 02 51.76 


4.3706853 


Tomany 


359 50 27.30 


179 50 28.83 


4. 2608692 



TWIN LAKE NO. 2, HAMILTON COUNTY. 

A secondary point situated in Arietta Township, about 4 milos west 
of Piseco Lake, on west end of a timbered mountain. 

Station mark : A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rock. 



Bull. 201—02- 



18 PEIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 301. 

[Latitude 43° 26' 47.6". Longitude 74° 35' 01.7".] 



To station- 



Azimuth. 



Back azimuth. 



Log. distance. 



Blue Ridge. 
Tomany 



322 23 31 
357 29 25 



142 30 55 
177 29 49 



Meters. 
4. 37794 
4. 25977 



WEST CREEK NO. 1, HAMILTON COUNTY. 

Situated on the northwest end of a narrow ridge about one-fourth 
mile long in the southern part of Hamilton County, about 3 miles 
west of the Powley place, on road from Stratford to Piseco Lake. 

Station mark: A copper bolt set in solid rock and marked "U. S. 
G. S. N. Y. 486." 

Reference mark: The spruce signal tree 27 feet distant from station 
mark; true azimuth, 328° 40'. 

[Latitude 43° 17' 55.27". Longitude 74° 41' 29.34".] 



To station- 



Azimuth. 



Back azimuth. 



Log. distance. 



Schuyler .. 
Cold Brook- 
Pen . _ 
Twin Lake No. 1 

Fish . 

Hamilton .._.._.. 



66 25 45.00 
80 00 51.00 
101 13 36.00 
209 49 54. 68 
224 12 42.00 
244 24 39. 65 

Blue Ridge. __ 276 01 29.29 

Tomany .. 280 18 26.65 



246 08 31.00 

259 48 45.00 

280 50 11.00 

29 54 43. 63 

44 22 14.00 

64 38 02.33 

96 13 18.13 

100 23 16.70 



Meters. 
4. 57643 
4. 41872 
4.67191 
4. 2791890 
4. 42900 
4. 4648879 
4. 3699741 
3.9864913 



WEST CREEK NO. 2, HAMILTON COUNTY. 

Situated on the southeast end of a narrow ridge about one-fourth 
mile long in the southern part of the county, about 3 miles west of 
the Powley place, on road from Stratford to Piseco Lake. 

Station mark : A bronze triangulation tablet set in solid rock. 

Reference mark: The spruce signal tree 13.65 feet distant from 
station mark; true azimuth, 350° 46'. 

[Latitude 43° 17' 50.40". Longitude 74° 41' 23.42".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Stratford 


40 28.00 
209 15 38.81 
244 01 54. 16 
279 33 46.34 


180 40 23.00 
29 20 23.69 
64 15 12.76 
99 38 32.33 


Meters. 
4. 09602 


Twin Lake No 1 

Hamilton 


4.2806716 
4. 4640717 


Tomany 


3.9793818 







WILSON, RENSHAWE, "1 
DOUGLAS, GOODE. J 



NEW YORK. 
OAK HILL, HERKIMER COUNTY. 



19 



A secondary station situated on the eastern side of a timbered 
mountain, about 2 miles northwest of Stratford. 
Station mark : An ash tree 1 4 inches in diameter. 

[Latitude 43° 12' 16.1". Longitude 74° 43' 32.9".] 





To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Tomany 

Stratford 


234 39 50 

307 48 57 


54 46 05 
127 50 22 


Meters. 
4. 17918 
3. 54610 



ARAB, ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY. 

A secondary station situated on a partly cleared mountain about 
1^ miles east of Chi Id wold station, on New York Central Railroad. 
Station mark : A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rock. 

[Latitude 44° 12' 16.8". Longitude 74° 35' 20.5".] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Wheeler 


73 01 01 
144 02 04 
298 46 37 


252 58 32 
323 58 00 
118 51 21 


Meters. 
3. 69594 


Moosehead 

Mor-ris 


4. 11987 
4. 01481 



BEECH PLAINS CHURCH, ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY 

(Not occupied. ) 

Secondary point situated in town of Pierrepont. 
Station mark: Tower of church. 

[Latitude 44° 30' 45.4". Longitude 75° 04' 23.0".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


McCarthy 


254 56 52 
307 22 34 


O 1 II 

75 05 19 

127 27 07 


Meters. 

4.21820 


Stark 


4. 03564 



CANTON WATER TOWER, ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY. 

(Secondary point. Not occupied.) 
Station mark: Center of water tower. 



20 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 

[Latitude 44° 35' 41.4". Longitude 75° 09' 47.3".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back aziinuth. 


Log. distance. 


White Hill 


o 

269 04 32 

281 47 02 
295 20 25 
314 51 05 


89 20 51 
101 59 17 
115 34 54 
134 59 26 


Meters. 

4.48811 


McCarthy - - 


4. 37320 


Fike 


4.48160 


Stark 


4. 34790 







FIKE, ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY. 

Situated on a high, bare knob in southwest corner of town of Parish- 
ville, on land owned by Benjamin Fike, who lives about 50 rods north 
of station. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rock. 

[Latitude 44° 28' 39.21". Longitude 74° 49' 07.84".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 




o / 


o 


Meters. 


Little Blue 


ii 03 09.92 

76 56 55.90 

153 33 33.08 

194 i; 03. 12 


180 03 09.52 

256 50 48.11 

332 31 18.37 

14 18 52.38 


4. 1354408 


Stark 


4.0761604 


McCarthy 


3. 9639417 


White Hill 


4. 1425627 


Nierny 


195 15 38.27 


15 17 30.62 


4. 1278494 


Azure 


254 15 12.54 


74 28 34.05 


4.4187160 


Panther 


319 15 13.24 


139 17 49.21 


3. 8778808 


Moosehead 


331 39 :!'.». 01 


151 45 13.51 


4. 3488909 



LITTLE BLUE, ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY. 

Situated on a rocky knob (nearly cleared) in southeast corner of 
town of Granshur, at the headw r aters of the middle fork of the Grasse 
River. Best reached from the camp of the "Hollywood Club," on 
Clear Pond, 2 miles distant. 

Station mark : A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rock. 

[Latitude 44° 21' 16.67". Longitude 74° 49' 08.41".] 



To station- 



Stark 

McCarthy 

Fike 

Panther . . 

Azure 

Moosehead 
Morris 



Azimuth. 



133 24 22.24 

169 02 09. 28 
180 03 09. 52 
211 53 07.12 
230 33 17.90 
299 27 32.55 
308 10 34. 15 



Back azimuth. 



313 18 15.25 
348 59 55. 15 
360 03 09.92 
31 55 43. 33 
50 46 38. 93 
119 33 07.08 
128 24 56.78 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 
4. 2030889 
4. 3470034 
4. 1354408 
3. 9708924 
4.5145711 
4. 0859436 
4. 5432946 



WILSON, RENSHAWE,! 
DOUGLAS, GOODE. J 



NEW YORK. 
M'CARTHY, ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY. 



21 



Situated on a partly cleared hill about 3 miles east of Colton, in 
town of Colton, on land owned by Mr. McCarthy, who lives about 
one-half mile west of station. 

Station mark : A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid xock. 

[Latitude 44° 33' 03.78". Longitude 74° 52' 19.98".] 



To station- 



Azimuth. 



Back azimuth. 



Log. distance. 



Stark 

Norwood . . 

Nierny 

Azure 

Fike 

Little Blue 



34 07 11.76 
161 11 43.05 
238 22 01.19 
272 00 13.36 
332 31 18.37 
348 59 55.15 



214 03 18.41 
341 07 25.93 
58 26 08.45 
92 15 50. 18 
152 33 33.08 
169 02 09.28 



Meters. 
4.1180159 
4. 3972766 
3. 9603360 
4. 4698326 
3.9639417 
4. 2030889 



MOOSEHEAD, ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY. 

Situated on a cleared mountain in Jamestown township, on south 
side of Raquette River, about 1-J miles northeast of Sevey post-office. 

A signal of New York State land survey is on same mountain, about 
500 feet distant. 

Station mark : A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rock. 

[Latitude 44° 18' 02.19". Longitude 74° 41' 09.67".] 



To station — 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Little Blue 


119 33 07.08 
151 45 13.51 
157 56 32.83 
208 46 02.30 
246 56 14.88 
312 52 57.88 


299 27 32.55 
331 39 39.01 
337 53 34.22 
28 53 47.86 
67 11 10.66 
133 01 46. 12 


Meters. 

4. 0859436 


Fike 


4. 3488909 


Panther 

Azure . 


4.1773993 

4. 4844836 


St. Regis 

Morris 


4.4887547 
1.3610592 



NIERNY, ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY. 

Situated on a bare knoll about 3 miles southeast of Parishville, on 

land owned by Mr. Nierny, who lives about 200 yards south of station. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rock. 



22 PRIMARY TRI ANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 

[Latitude 44° 35' 38.71". Longitude 74° 46' 27.66".] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Fike 


15 17 30.62 

44 06 11.35 

58 26 08.45 

140 03 24. 73 

2:55 40 10.66 

285 04 14.54 


1 11 
195 15 38.27 
223 58 10.86 
238 22 01.19 
319 54 59. 79 

55 51 07.54 
105 15 44. 47 


Meters. 

4. 1278494 


Stark - 


4. 3378501 


McCarthy 

Norwood 

Desaw - - - 


3. 9603360 
4. 3909593 
4. 3963093 


Azure 


4.3517520 



NORWOOD, ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY. 

Situated on a low, sandy knoll about 1 mile north of Norwood. 
Station mark: A flat stone about 30 inches square and 8 inches 
thick, in the top of which is cemented a bronze triangnlation tablet. 

[Latitude 44° 45' 49.12 ". Longitude 74° 58' 25.85".] 



To station — 



Desaw 

Azure 

White Hill 

Nierny 

McCarthy 
Stark 



Azimuth 




277 


34 


10.29 


303 


14 


16. 


51 


319 20 20. 


50 


319 


54 


59. 


79 


3 1 1 


07 


25. 


93 


358 


47 


24. 


30 



Back azimuth. 


/ 


// 




97 43 


33. 65 


123 34 


12 


20 


139 28 42. 


10 


140 03 


24. 


73 


161 11 


43. 


05 


178 47 


47. 


41 



Meters. 
4. 5644263 
4. 6523077 

4. 3828385 
4. 3909593 
4. 3972766 
4. 5378178 



PANTHER, ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY. 

Situated on a cleared mountain, locally known as Catamount Moun- 
tain, on the west side of the Raquette River, about 3 miles southeast 
of Stark post-office, and about twenty minutes walk from the main 
highway. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid 
rock. 

Reference mark: New York State land survey signal and station 
mark distant 3.05 feet; true azimuth, 308° 04' from station. 



WILSON, RENSHAWE, 1 
DOUGLAS, GOODE. J 



NEW YORK. 

[Latitude 44° 25' 33.86". Longitude 74° 45' 25.09".] 



23 



To station- 



Little Blue 

Stark 

Fike 

Azure 

St. Regis. _ 

Morris 

Moosehead 



Azimuth 




31 


55 43 


33 


100 


25 11. 


81 


139 


17 49. 


21 


237 


45 17. 


54 


273 06 10.88 


322 42 42.45 


337 


53 34. 


22 



Back azimuth. 


211 53 07. 12 


280 16 28.25 


319 15 13.24 


57 46 02.60 


93 24 06.43 


142 54 29.66 


157 56 32.83 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 
3. 9708924 
4. 2255977 
3. 8778808 
4. 3807413 
4. 5321590 
4. 5698926 
4,1773993 



POTSDAM PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY. 

(Not occupied.) 

Secondary point situated in town of Potsdam. 
Station mark: (-enter of church tower. 

[Latitude 44° 40' 12.5". Longitude 74° 58' 52.9".] 



To station- 



White Hill 
McCarthy . 

Stark 

Nierny 



Azimuth. 



295 53 22 
326 45 07 
356 51 02 
297 09 19 



Back azimuth. 



116 02 02 
146 49 43 
176 51 44 

117 18 03 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 
4. 25889 
4. 19915 
4. 38271 
4. 26655 



ROGERS, ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY. 

(Not occupied.) 

Secondary point situated on a low, bare hill in town of Norfolk, 
about one-half mile southwest of Plum Brook station, on Rome, Water- 
town and Ogdensburg division of New York Central and Hudson 
River Railroad. The land is owned by W. H. Rogers, who lives about 
50 rods northeast of station. 

Station mark: The elm signal tree, about 15 inches in diameter. 

[Latitude 44° 49' 41.6". Longitude 74° 55' 54.8".] 



To station- 



Norwood _ 
Nierny _ _ . 
McCarthy 



Azimuth. 



24 51 09 
334 18 43 
351 14 53 



Back azimuth. 



204 49 23 
154 25 22 
171 17 24 



Log. distance. 



Met* rs. 
3. 89793 
4. 46025 
4. 49360 



24 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 



STARK, ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY. 

Situated on a timbered ridge in northeast corner of the town of 
Clare, on the west side of the North Branch of the Grasse River, on 
land owned by Irving Stark. 

Theodolite elevated 52 feet on a tower built around trunk of a beech 
tree. 

Station mark : A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rock. 

Reference marks. Center of signal tower and tree 40.3 feet distant. 
True azimuth 2.38° 12'. Nail in top of stump of beech tree distant 
75.4 feet. True azimuth 355° 16' from station. 

[Latitude 44° 27' 11.69". Longitude 74° 57' 52.90".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Norwood 

McCarthy 

White Hill . 
Nierny 


o / // 

ITS 47 47.41 
31 I 03 18.41 

222 51 17.55 

223 58 10.86 
256 50 48. 11 
280 16 28.25 
313 18 15.25 


358 47 24. 30 
34 07 11.76 
42 59 14.67 
44 06 11.35 
76 r)(\ 55.90 
100 25 11.81 
138 24 22.24 


Meters. 

4.5378178 
4. 1180159 
4. 3436695 
4. 3378501 


Fike _ 


4. 0761604 


Panther 

Little Blue 


4. 2255977 

4. 2030889 











W HEELER, ST. LAWRENCE COUNTV. 

(Not occupied.) 

Secondary point situated on a low mountain partly burned over, 
3 miles, air line, southwest of Arab Mountain. Timber on north side 
of mountain. 

Station mark : A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rock. 

[Latitude 44° 11' 29.7". Longitude 74° 38' 54.3".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Arab 


o / // 

252 58 32 

284 17 31 


o / // 

73 01 01 
104 24 44 


Meters. 

3. 69594 


Morris 


4. 15417 



WHITE HILL, ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY. 

Situated on a bare knoll about 3 miles southeast of Parishville, on 
land owned by Welch Brothers, who live about 40 rods southeast of 
station. 

Station mark : A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rock. 



WILSON, RENSHAWB, "1 

3. J 



DOUGLAS, GOODE 



NEW YORK. 

[Latitude 44° 35' 55.12". Longitude 74° 46' 32.50".] 



25 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth . 


Log. distance. 




o / 


/ 


Meters. 


Pike 


14 18 52.38 


194 17 03.42 


4. 1425627 


Stark 


42 59 14.67 


222 51 17.55 


4. 3436695 


Norwood 


139 28 42. 10 


319 20 20. 50 


4. 3828385 


Desaw 


236 46 41.90 


56 57 42. 16 


4. 3929324 


Azure 


286 14 01.09 


106 25 34.44 


4. 3563551 



ROADS, SULLIVAN COUNTY. 

In Manakating Township, on a high brushy ridge 3 miles west of 
Westbrookville, a station on the Port Jervis, Monticello and New 
York Railroad. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tablet set in bowlder 30 by 18 
by 18 inches, above which was built a mound of stone 3 feet high with 
4 feet base. 

Reference marks: Arrow cut in flat rock 4 by 3 feet and 1 foot 
above ground; azimuth, 91°; distance, 32. SG feet. Arrow cut in 
bowlder 4 by 3 feet and 2 feet above ground ; azimuth, 347° ; distance, 
25.57 feet. 

[Latitude 41° 32' 09.44". Longitude 74° 37' 27.97".] 



To station- 



Azimuth. 



High Point 7 29 02.6 

Wolf 205 53 43.1 

Sams Point 235 59 37.5 



Vernon 
Writer _ 



285 38 24.0 
338 27 00.6 



Back azimuth, j Log. distance. 



187 27 33.4 

25 55 18.2 

56 10 16.9 

105 42 44.9 

158 28 59.5 



Meters. 
4. 3817799 
3. 8809053 
4. 4292886 
3. 9765996 
4. 0548316 



MILL CREEK, WARREN COUNTY. 

On the west side of Mill Creek Pond, in lot 16, in town of Thurman, 
on a high burned-over mountain having numerous dead trees still 
standing. The land belongs to the State. 

Station mark: A 1-inch hole drilled 2^ inches deep in highest part 
of solid rock. 

Reference mark: A dead spruce tree used as signal; distance, 18 



feet 4 inches: 



true azimuth, 32 c 



28' from mark. 



26 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 

[Latitude 43° 31' 24.63". Longitude 74° 02' 48.13".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Buck 


20 31 15.55 

64 27 59. 47 

250 35 57.01 

307 00 56.45 

339 24 18.46 


200 27 17.27 
244 14 46. 95 
70 39 24.86 
127 04 13.38 
159 27 25.25 


Meters. 
4. 3478133 


Hamilton 


4. 4582536 


Crane - 


3. 8562727 


Bald Head 


3. 9059145 


Wells 


4. 2401419 



MERIDIAN MARKS. 



JOHNSTOWN, FULTON COUNTY. 



Location of station: On line of outer race track-fence, east of main 
entrance to track. On the grounds of the Fulton Count} 7 Agricul- 
tural Society. 

Station mark: A marble post 36 by 6 b\ 6 inches, set 35 inches in 
the ground, in the center of top of which is cemented a bronze 
meridian tablet. 

Distant mark: North of station 448 feet and 3 feet outside of outer 
race-track fence. A marble post 38 bj T G by G inches, set 3G inches in 
the ground, in the center of top of which is cemented a bronze 
meridian tablet. 

Local referee: John F. Campbell, city engineer's office. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 
TRIANGULATION STATIONS. 

Triangulation in the central portion of the State was extended from 
stations Wopsononock and Tunnel Hill, established in 1900, so as to con- 
trol seven quadrangles in Cambria and Clearfield counties. Twenty- 
two stations were occupied and four secondary points were located by 
Mr. S. S. Gannett, geographer, during July, August, September, and 
October, 1901. Connection was made with the work of 1899, in Indiana 
County, at stations Palmer, McCoy, and Nolo, a circuit 370 miles in 
length thus being completed. 

CHICORY, CAMBRIA COUNTY. 

On a cleared knob in the central part of Jackson Township, 10 miles 
by road westward from Ebensburg, 300 yards south of the Chicory 
Hill schoolhouse. 

Station mark : A marble post 34 by G by 6 inches, set 32 inches in 
the ground, in the center of top of which is countersunk and cemented 
a bronze triangulation tablet. 



WILSON, RENSHAWE, "| PTTN^QVT \T A ^TT \ 

DOUGLAS, GOODE. J I'EJN JN b YL V ANT A. 

[Latitude 40° 26' 38.97". Longitude 78° 52' 48.29".] 



27 



To station 



Ebensburg 

Wess 

Fye 



Azimuth. 



251 24 48.82 
292 00 35.81 
318 31 18.78 



Back azimuth. 



71 30 51.47 
112 04 41.22 
138 37 47.50 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 
4. 1425539 
3. 9833693 
4. 3303852 



EBENSBURG, CAMBRIA COUNTY. 

Station is center of cupola of court-house in Ebensburg. 
Station mark : Center of cupola. 

[Latitude 40° 29' 02.07". Longitude 78° 43' 29.50".] 



To station- 



Azimuth. 



Back azimuth. 



Log. distance. 



Thomas 

Carrolltown . . 
Wopsononock 
Tunnel Hill . . 

Sherbine 

Wess 

Chicory _ 



156 58 25.25 

185 49 38.40 

248 52 46.94 

270 56 22.25 

52 21.75 

27 55 04.38 

71 30 51.47 



336 57 06.21 

5 50 15.62 

69 03 52.34 

91 03 22.64 

180 52 15.82 

207 53 07.38 

251 24 48. 82 



Meters. 

3. 8644894 
4. 1222362 
4.4120176 
4. 1833793 
4. 1515885 
3. 9581867 
4. 1425539 



FYE, CAMBRIA COUNTY. 

[Not occupied.] 

A cleared ridge known as the " Fye Place," owned by the Mountain 
Coal Company, in Adams Township, 6 miles south of Summerhill and 
7 miles southeast of South Fork. 

Station mark : A marble post 36 by 6 by 6 inches, set 32 inches in 
the ground, in the center of top of which is countersunk and cemented 
a bronze triangulation tablet. 

Reference mark : The lone locust signal tree 4 feet north of station 
mark. 

[Latitude 40° 17' 58.79". Longitude 78° 42' 48.19".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Chicory - 


o 1 II 

138 37 47.50 
157 12 06.81 
169 16 09.98 


318 31 18.78 
337 09 43.27 
349 15 37.33 


Meters. 

4. 3303852 


Wess 

pherbine _ 


4. 1299536 
3. 8058254 







28 



PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 



SHERBINE, CAMBRIA COUNTY. 

On a small hill, having scattering locust trees on its summit, in 
Croyle Township, about % mile west of the Summerhill township line, 
2 miles southwest of Wilmore, 2 miles southeast of Summerhill post- 
office, on land of Aaron Sherbine. Theodolite elevated 28 feet. 

Station mark : A marble post 36 by 6 by G inches, set 32 inches in 
the ground, in the center of top of which is countersunk and cemented 
a bronze triangulation tablet. 

[Latitude 40° 21' 22.50". Longitude 78° 43' 38.65".] 



To station- 



Azimuth. 



Back azimuth. 



Log. distance. 



Wess 

Ebensburg . 
Tunnel Hill 
Fye 



146 43 20.03 
180 52 15.82 
228 00 07.85 
349 15 37.33 



326 41 29.11 

52 21.75 

48 07 13.50 

169 16 09.98 



Meters. 
3.8666773* 
4. 1515885 : 
4. 3183273 : 
3.8058254 



SWOPK, CAMBRIA COUNTY. 

On a flat ridge in the central portion of Thest Township, 3 miles 
by road northnortheast of Patton, in corner of lane 200 yards north- 
west of residence of Miss Lizzie Swope. Theodolite elevated 25 feet. 

Station mark: A sandstone post 36 by 6 by G inches, set 30 inches 
in the ground, in the center of top of which is cemented a bronze 
triangulation tablet. 



(Latitude 40° 40' 47.1 



Longitude 78° 39' 04.20".] 



To station - 



Thomas 

McCoy 

Palmer, . 

Beck 

Patterson 

Spangle 

Wopsononock 



Azimuth. 



31 12 16.66 
94 48 52. 15 
115 01 19.41 
154 43 22.37 
189 00 38.52 
235 14 55. 19 
304 58 39.08 



Back azimuth. 


211 08 04.77 


274 36 26.89 


294 48 37. 39 


334 39 53. 74 


9 02 00.04 


55 20 18.75 


125 06 53.08 



Log. distance. 
Meters. 

4. 2449177 
« 4. 4302943 
« 4. 4801794 
4. 2440372 
4.2712711 
4. 1511289 
4.3381111 



a Mean. 
THOMAS, CAMBRIA COUNTY. 



Situated about 5 miles northwest oj Ebensburg on a bare ridge 
known as Thomas Ridge. 

Station mark : A marble post 36 by 6 by 6 inches set 32 inches in 
the ground on fence line between property of John Thomas and 



WILSON, KENSH AWE, ~j 
DOUGLAS, GOODE. J 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



29 



Augustus Bash. In center of top of post is cemented a bronze t rian- 
gulation tablet. 

Reference mark: A lone cherry tree on fence line where it crosses 
summit of ridge; azimuth from station mark, 111°; distance, 4.5 feet. 



[Latitude 40° 32' 40.45 


' . Longitude 


78 45 31.17".] 




To station — 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Tunnel Hill 


291 04 07. 15 

336 57 06.21 

5 21 15.32 


Ill 12 26.84 
156 58 25.25 
185 20 37.23 


Meters. 

4. 2881485 
3. 8644894 
4. 1710473 
4 2420542 


Ebensburg 


Wess . . 


Nolo . 


Beck 


182 55 29.61 
211 08 04.77 
264 32 02.92 


2 56 13.52 
31 12 16.66 

84 44 27.84 


4. 4904668 
4.2449177 
4. 432555 1 


Swope 


Wopsononock 



WESS, CAMBRIA COUNTY. 

In the northern portion of Croyle Township, 8 miles southwest of 
Ebensburg, 1 mile west of New Germany, in a pasture owned by Leo 
Wess. Theodolite elevated 35 feet. 

Station mark: A marble post 36 by 6 by 6 inches, set 32 inches in 
the ground, in the center of the top of which is countersunk and 
cemented a bronze triangulation tablet. 

Reference mark: Line fence due north 44 feet distant. Center of 
big dead tree, X. 65° W. (magnetic), 31 feet distant. 

[Latitude 40° 24' 41.86". Longitude 78° 46' 29.85".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth, 


Log. distance. 




o / 


o 


Meti rs. 


Chicory ... 


112 04 41.22 
185 20 37.23 


292 00 35.81 
5 21 15.32 


3. 9833693 


Thomas 


4.1710473 


Ebensburg 


207 53 07.38 


27 55 04.38 


3. 9581867 


Sherbine 


326 41 29. 11 


146 43 20.03 


3.8666773 


Fve. 


337 09 43.27 


157 12 06.81 


4. 1299536 







BECK, CLEARFIELD COUNTY. 

On a cultivated knob in Burnside Township, 2 miles west of Now 
Washington, 5^ miles south of Mahaffey, on land owned by Mr. Beck, 
who lives on southwest side of knob. View cut off by a fringe of 
timber on north side of hill; fine view in other directions. 

Station mark: A sandstone post 32 by 6 by 6 inches, set 30 inches 



30 



PRIMARY TRI ANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 



in the ground, in the center of top of which is cemented a bronze 
triangulation tablet. 

[Latitude 40° 49' 22.06". Longitude 78° 44' 23.81".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Thomas - - - 


2 56 13.52 

81 07 47.50 
145 43 17.82 
165 35 47. 75 
256 00 42.07 
334 39 53. 74 


182 55 29.61 
260 58 33.24 
325 40 06.05 
345 34 28.28 
76 05 32.70 
154 43 22. 37 


Meters. 

4. 4904668 

« 4. 3037143 

4. 0855574 

4. 0578282 


Palmer 


Bowser 


Walls 


Patterson _ . . - 


4. 0306219 


Swope - . - 


4. 2440372 







«Mean. 
DAVIS, CLEARFIELD COUNTY. 

A round knob with a clump of timber on its summit in Penn Town- 
ship, 2 miles southwest of Grampian station, on the southern side of 
and 15 feet lower than summit, giving a view in all directions except- 
ing northward. E. M. Davis, owner, lives one-fourth mile south. 

Station mark: .V marble post 36 by 6 by 6 inches, set 30 inches in 
the ground, in the center of top of which is cemented a bronze tri- 
angulation tablet. 

Reference mark: Oak signal tree; azimuth 17 09', distant from 
station mark 7 feet. 

[Latitude 40° 57' 38.51". Longitude 78° 38' 05.40'.] 



To station- 



Walls.. 

Neeper. _ . 

Kyler 

Kephart . 
Spangle _ . 
Patterson 



Azimuth. Back azimuth. Log. distance 



70 04 30.56 
241 28 13.00 
269 56 10.89 
289 29 06.67 
336 03 31.50 
353 04 01.09 



249 59 03.01 
61 31 41.88 
90 08 07.96 
109 40 29.30 
156 08 17.51 
173 04 44.35 



Meters. 
4. 0948567 
3. 9280619 
4. 4078921 
4. 4129932 
4. 4027012 
4. 1079136 



GIRARD, CLEARFIELD COUNTY. 

A high knob, locally known as "Big Knob," in Girard Township, 
7 miles by road north of Shawsville, 12 miles northwest of French- 
ville; on south side of knob, about 100 feet lower than summit, at 
upper edge of field, and has an unobstructed view east, south, and j 
west. On land owned by Peter Brown, but near the property line of i 
the widow Krise. 



WILSON, RENSH A WK, 1 nmo-TiTOTTT -r-r i >TT . ^ -. 

douglas, goodk. J PENNSYLVANIA. 31 

Station mark : A marble post 36 by 6 by G inches, set 34 inches in 
the ground, having a bronze triangulation tablet cemented in its top. 

[Latitude 41° 08' 49.76". Longitude 78° 20' 05.57". J 


To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Neeper 


46 54 57.36 
323 56 18.24 
349 17 10.17 
359 05 41.70 


226 46 37.18 
144 02 33.44 
169 18 13.96 
179 05 50.89 


Meters. 
4. 3867337 
4 3556921 


Pardee . _ 


McDowell 


4 0861395 


, Kyler 


4 3165002 






KEPHART, CLEARFIELD COUNTY. 

On a cultivated ridge in Decatur Township, 5 miles north of Houtz- 
dale, 6 miles northeast of Osceola, on property of G. W. Kephart, 100 
yards east of the main road. 

Station mark: A marble post 36 by G by 6 inches, set 26 inches in 
the ground, in the center of top of which is cemented a bronze trian- 
gulation tablet. 

[Latitude 40° 52' 57.335 ". Longitude 78° 20' 43.265".] 




Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Spangle 

Patterson 

Davis _ . . 


44 32 17.97 
80 01 58.69 
109 40 29.30 
126 58 54.43 
187 56 52.64 
232 11 13.41 
234 39 37. 03 


224 25 42. 57 

259 51 20.07 

289 29 06.67 

306 51 00.30 

7 57 26.54 

52 17 52.35 

54 44 23. 17 


Meters. 
4. 3060350 
4. 3657805 
4. 4129932 


Neeper 

Kyler 


4. 3257634 
3. 9415908 


Pardee 

Morrisdale 


4. 2556682 
4.0976134 



KEPHART TREE, CLEARFIELD COUNTY. 

(Not occupied.) 

A lone chestnut tree on a cultivated ridge, one-fourth mile south- 
east of and about 12 feet higher than Kephart triangulation station. 
A good view can be obtained in all directions excepting toward Kyler 
station. 

Station mark: The chestnut signal tree. 

[Latitude 40° 52' 48.65". Longitude 78° 20' 24.78".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Patterson 


80 51 32.4 
121 46 14. 1 


260 40 41.7 
301 46 02.0 


Miters. 

4. 372874 


Kephart A - -- 


2. 706700 







32 



PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 



KYLER, CLEARFIELD COUNTY. 

On a cleared ridge in Boggs Township, 3 miles west of Wallaceton, 9 
miles southeast of Clearfield, owned by Mr. Kyler, who lives on south- 
east side of ridge. View toward the southeast is partly obstructed 
by a timbered ridge 1 mile distant, and toward the west is obstructed 
to a small extent by scattering trees on a ridge one-half mile distant; 
an extended view can be had in other directions. 

Station mark: A marble post 24 by 6 by 6 inches, set in a bed of 
concrete resting on solid rock; in center of top of post is cemented a 
a bronze triangulation tablet. 

[Latitude 40° 57' 37.99". Longitude 78° 19' 51.575".] 



To station- 



Azimuth. 



Back azimuth. 



Log. distance. 



Kephart . . 
Patterson 

Davis 

Neeper . _ . 
Girard . . . 
Pardee . . . 



7 57 26.54 

62 14 27.84 

90 08 07.96 

102 41 37.88 

179 05 50.89 

259 37 11.67 



187 56 52.64 
242 03 14.88 
269 56 10.89 
282 33 09.45 
359 05 41.70 
79 43 16.98 



Meters. 
3. 9415908 
4. 4346841 
4. 4078921 
4. 2689259 
4. 3165002 
4.1219412 



M'DOWELL, CLEARFIELD COUNTY. 

(Not occupied.) 

On a comparatively low cleared hill in Bradford Township, 10 miles 
east-northeast of Clearfield, on land owned by R. L. McDowell. A 
good view can be had in all directions excepting southward. 

Station mark : A marble post 38 by 6 by inches, set 30 inches in 
the ground, 1 foot south of fence. In the center of top of post is 
cemented a bronze triangulation tablet. 

Reference mark : A big lone chestnut tree; azimuth from station 
mark, 256° 47'; distance, 7.4 feet. 



[Latitude 41° 02' 21.35". Longitude 78° 18' 28.52".] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Neeper 


o / // 

76 56 18.75 
169 18 13.96 


256 46 55.41 
349 17 10.17 


Meters. 

4 3137579 


Girard 


4 0861395 







^ocGLl^ooDr] PENNSYLVANIA. 33 

MORRISDALE, CLEARFIELD COUNTY. 

(Not occupied.) 

The lower of the large brick school building at Morrisdale, 4 miles 
north of Philipsburg. 

Station mark: Center of tower. 

[Latitude 40° 56' 51.88". Longitude 78° 13' 26.61".] 



To station- 



Kephart 
Kyler . . 
Pardee . 



Azimuth. 



Back azimuth. Log. distance. 



54 44 23.17 

99 00 50.19 

226 39 50.74 



234 39 37.03 

278 56 37.86 

46 41 43.62 



Meters. 
4.0976134 
3. 9597614 
3. 7430580 



KEEPER, CLEARFIELD COUNTY. 

On a cultivated flat ridge in Pike Township, 2 miles northwest of 
Curwensville, owned by R. R. Neeper, who lives on southeast side of 
ridge. A fine view can be had in all directions excepting northwest. 

Station mark : A marble post 36 by 6 by 6 inches, set 30 inches in 
the ground, in the center of top of which is cemented a bronze 
triangulation tablet. 

Reference mark : The chestnut signal tree; azimuth 74° 54' ; distant 
from station mark 8.5 feet. 

[Latitude 40° 59' 49.58". Longitude 78 32' 46.88".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Patterson 1 _ _ 


19 25 37.98 
61 31 41.88 
226 46 37.18 
256 46 55.41 
282 33 09.45 
306 51 00.30 


199 22 52.62 
241 28 13.00 
46 54 57.36 
76 56 is.;:, 
102 41 37. SS 
L26 58 54.43 


Meters. 
4. 2499421 


Davis 


3.9280619 


Gii'ard ... 


4.3867337 


McDowell 


4.3137579 


Kyler 


1 . '2(589259 


Kephart. . 


4.3257634 







PARDEE, CLEARFIELD COUNTY. 

In Morris Township, 1 mile south of Kylertown, 2 miles north of 
Munson, on property of the Pardee Coal Company, 20 feel east of 
road at a point 150 yards south of forks of road. 

Station mark. An oak tree trimmed up, 10 feet east of north and 
south fence and 2 feet south of east -and west fence. 



Bull. 201—02- 



34 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 

[Latitude 40° 58' 54.96". Longitude 78° 10' 34.43".] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 




46 41 43.62 

52 17 52.35 

79 43 16.98 

144 02 33.44 


226 39 50.74 
232 11 13.41 
259 37 11.67 
323 56 18.24 


Meters. 
3. 7430580 




4. 2556682 




4.1219412 




4.3556921 








PATTERSON, 


CLEARFIELD COUNTY. 





On a cultivated round hill owned by Lyman Patterson, 3 miles east 
of Lajose, one-half mile south of Marron, and on line between Fergu- 
son and Jordan townships. Station is on fence line where it crosses 
summit of hill. 

Station mark: A sandstone post 38 by 6 by 6 inches, set 34 inches 
in the ground, in the center of top of which is cemented a bronze tri- 
angulation tablet. 

[Latitude 40° 50' 45.92". Longitude 78° 36' 59.335".] 



To station— 



Swope . 
Beck_ .. 
Walls _ 
Davis - - 
Neeper. 
Kyler.. 
Kephart 
Spangle 



Azimuth. 



Back azimuth. 



9 02 
76 05 
122 39 
173 04 
199 22 
242 03 
259 51 
319 59 



00.04 
32.70 
55.61 
44. 35 
52.62 
14. 88 
20.07 
51.10 



189 00 38.52 

256 00 42.07 

302 33 45.19 

353 04 01.09 

19 25 37.98 

62 14 27.84 

80 01 58. 69 

140 03 53.63 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 
4.2712711 
4. 0306219 
4. 1967302 
4. 1079136 
4. 2499421 
4. 4346841 
4. 3657805 
4. 1317818 



SPANGLE, CLEARFIELD COUNTY. 

On the northern end of a cultivated ridge in Beccaria Township, 1| 
miles northeast of Coalport, on land owned by Levi Spangle, and 
about 300 yards east of his residence. View is unobstructed from 
southwest round by west to the northeast; timber cuts off eastward 
view. 

Station mark: A sandstone post 36 by 6 by 6 inches, set 20 inches 
in the ground, and on the fence line. In the center of top of post is 
cemented a bronze triangulation tablet. 



WILSON, RENSHAWE,"] 
DOUGLAS, GOODE. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



35 



[Latitude 40 45' 09.40". Longitude 78° 30' 48.17".] 



To station- 



Swope . 
Patterson 
Davis _ _ . 

Kephart . 



Azimuth 




55 20 18. 


75 


140 03 53. 


63 


156 08 17. 


51 


224 25 42. 


57 



Back azimuth. 



235 14 55.19 

319 59 51.10 

336 03 31.50 

44 32 17. 97 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 
4. 1511289 
4. 1317818 
4. 4027012 
4. 3060350 



WALLS, CLEARFIELD COUNTY. 

In a cleared field owned by Andrew Walls, in Bell Township, one- 
half mile northwest of Newtonburg and 5 miles northwest of Mahaf- 
fey, 300 yards northwest of Mr. Walls's house. The view is 
unobstructed east and south, but is cut off toward the west by a flat 
timbered ridge. 

Station mark: A marble post 36 by 6 by 6 inches, set 30 inches in 
the ground, in the center of top of which is cemented a bronze trian- 
gulation tablet. 

[Latitude 40° 55' 20.76". Longitude 78° 46' 25.26".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Davis 

Patterson .... . . _ 


249 59 03.01 
302 33 45.19 
345 34 28.28 


70 04 30.56 
122 39 55.61 
165 35 47.75 


Meters. 

4. 0948567 
4. 1967302 


Beck 


4. 0578282 







BOWSER, JEFFERSON COUNTY. 

On a cultivated ridge in the extreme southeastern corner of Gas- 
kill Township, 6 miles northwest of Mahaffey, on land owned by 
Peter Bowser. Station is near the northeastern end of ridge, 4 or 5 
feet lower than the summit, and on the fence line. 

Station mark: A sandstone post 34 by 6 by 6 inches, set 30 inches 
in the ground, in the center of top of which is cemented a bronze 
triangulation tablet. 

[Latitude 40° 54' 48.17". Longitude 78° 49' 16.89".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 






/ // 


// 


Meters. 


Beck 




325 40 06.05 


145 43 17.82 


4. 0855574 


Swope _ _ _ 




330 56 55.20 


151 03 35.51 


4. 4717489 



36 PRIMARY TRI ANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 

MARYLAND. 
PRIMARY TRAVERSE. 

The Ellicott and Westminster quadrangles were controlled Try 80 
miles of primary traverse which, beginning near the southwest corner 
of Baltimore City, follows the electric railway to Ellicott City, thence 
along highways to Glenelg post-office, thence northward approxi- 
mately on the seventy-seventh meridian to the Maryland-Pennsyl- 
vania boundary Line, thence eastward along this line to the Western 
Maryland Railroad crossing, where it was connected with line run 
by Mr. Hall in 1899. A line was also run along the Western Mary- 
land Railroad from Westminster to Glyndon. This work was 
executed by Mr. E. L. McNair, topographer, in April, 1902. 

Geographic positions along the electric road, Baltimore to Ellicott City, thence 
u-est /ran! along highways to Glenelg post-office, thence northward to 
Westminster. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Baltimore, intersection of Yale avenue and Fred- 
erick pike 

Catonsville, opposite First National Bank . _ _ 


39 16 54.5:} 
39 16 19.8 
39 16 25.9 
39 16 25.6 

39 16 03.2 

39 15 21. 1 
39 14 23.5 
39 14 08.4 
39 14 01.5 
39 14 39.7 
39 14 59.2 
39 15 52. 7 

39 15 37.2 
39 17 14.0 
39 19 14.5 
39 21 10.6 
39 23 09.5 
39 24 26.4 
39 25 46.2 
39 27 25.7 
39 28 49.8 
39 29 37.7 
39 32 13.9 


76 41 09.45 
76 43 53.9 


Rolling road and electric railway crossing 

Road and electric railway crossing . 


76 45 24. 1 
76 46 42.9 


Ellicott City, opposite Howard House, at junction 
Clarksville and Frederick pikes 


76 47 53.4 


Road east, telephone line 


76 49 12.7 


Columbia post-office, road, four corners 


76 50 15.9 


Road north 


76 52 07.2 


Forks of road, west and northwest.. 


76 53 48.5 


Patuxent River, middle branch . 


76 54 36.4 


Road crossing, telephone line ... 


76 55 56.4 


Triad elphia pike on north 


76 58 52.9 


Glenelg, Providence M. E. Church, bronze tablet 
in southeast corner . 


77 00 37. 1 


Glenwood post-office and store . 


77 01 43.0 


Frederick pike, crossing 

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad crossing 


77 01 11.5 
77 00 57.4 


Road west . . . 


77 01 10.2 


Berrett post-office, four corners 


77 00 59.8 


Liberty pike crossing . 

Road east . 


77 00 30.8 
77 00 14.9 


Morgan Run crossing 


77 00 14.5 


Road intersection 


76 59 55.2 


Fenby post-office and tollgate_ 


76 59 41.0 



WILSON, HKNSHAWE,] 
DOUGLAS, GOODE. J 



MARYLAND. 



37 



Geographic positions along the Western Maryland Railroad between Westmin- 
ster arid Glyndon. 



Station. 



Westminster, road crossing, 1 mile northeast of. 

Tannery, road crossing 

Carrollton, road crossing at station 

Patapsco, road crossing at station 

Road crossing _ _ _■ 

Finksburg, road crossing at station . . 

Glen Falls, road crossing at station 

Glen Morris, road crossing at station 

Glyndon, road crossing 150 feet north of station 



Latitude. 



39 35 02.9 
39 34 18.8 
39 33 23.6 
39 32 19.6 
39 31 46.6 
39 29 59.7 
39 29 38.2 
39 28 59.6 
39 28 30.4 



Longitude. 

76 58 25.8 
76 57 00.4 
76 55 10.2 
76 53 42.3 
76 52 58. 1 
7(5 52 50.4 
76 52 07.5 
76 49 42.5 
76 49 12.8 



Geographic positions along highways between Westminster and Maryland- 
Pennsylvania boundary line. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Westminster, Western Maryland Railroad crossing. 
Westminster, tollgate, 1 mile north of 


39 34 30.42 
39 35 31.0 
39 38 15.8 
39 39 45.6 
39 41 15.6 


76 59 45.68 
76 59 57.4 


Mount Pleasant Hotel, road west 


77 00 22.4 


Road east 


77 00 49.6 


Road east . 


77 00 41.1 









Geographic positions along Maryland-Pennsylvania boundary line. 



Station. 



Road west, on State line ' 

Boundary post 

Boundary post 

Boundary post in wheat field 

Boundary post in wheat field 

Boundary post at roadside 

Boundary post 

Boundary post I 

Boundary post in wheat field 

Western Maryland Railroad crossing (junction 

with Hall's line of 1899) _ _ _ 

Boundary post 240 feet east of Western Maryland 

Railroad crossing 



Latitude. 



Longitude. 



39 43 13.0 
39 43 13.0 
39 43 13.2 
39 43 13. 5 
39 43 13.6 
39 43 13.8 
39 43 14.0 
39 43 14.2 
39 43 14. 3 

39 43 14.55 

39 43 14.45 



77 00 20.4 
76 59 42.3 
76 58 34.7 
76 57 26.9 
76 56 19.6 
76 55 11.4 
76 54 03.3 
76 52 55.7 
76 51 47.9 

76 50 43.(54 

76 50 40.48 



38 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 

XORTII CAROLINA. 
PRIMARY TRAVERSE. 

The following positions for the control of ten 15-minnte quadrangles 
in the east-central portion of the State were obtained from primary 
traverse in March and April, 1902, by Mr. Sledge Tatum, topographer. 

The line begins at the main line crossing, South Rockymount, 
located by Mr. Oscar Jones in 1900, and runs westward along the 
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad to Nashville; thence along highways to 
Forestville; thence along the Seaboard Air Line Railway to Raleigh; 
thence along the Southern Railway to Goldsboro and connected with 
the south meridian stone. A spin* line follows the Atlantic Coast 
Line Railroad from Goldsboro southward to Dudley. A line approx- 
imately on the parallel of 35° 30' follows the highways between 
Princeton and Ayden, and another line follows the highways from 
Conetoe via Wilson to Raleigh. 

Geographic position* along tin' Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from Rockymount 

to Xaslicil/c 



Station. 



South Rockymount. main line junction 

Road crossing- . 

Road crossing . _ 

Road crossing 

Road crossing 

Road crossing 

Nashville station 



Latitude. 



35 55 51.7 
35 57 03.5 

:;» 57 30.0 
35 57 47.7 
35 57 52. 1 
35 58 03. 7 
35 58 06.3 



Longitude. 



;; 48 02.5 

77 50 00.3 
77 52 21.3 
77 53 55. 8 
77 r^ 09.1 
77 57 12. 
77 58 18.4 



Geographic i><>sitions along highways between Nashville and Wake Forest. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Road left 


/ // 

35 58 25. 1 
35 59 37.6 
35 59 28. 2 
35 59 02.6 
35 59 30.0 
35 58 49. 3 
35 57 43.7 
35 56 53.6 
35 56 27.3 
35 56 58.6 
35 57 23.6 
35 58 55. 9 
35 58 09.3 


o / // 

78 00 42.3 


Road right 


78 02 17.5 


Road left 


78 03 12.8 


Road left 


78 03 43.4 


Hunts Cross Roads . . _ 


78 07 32.3 


Creek left 


78 08 10.5 


Road left 


78 09 06.8 


Road left 


78 10 20.7 


Tar River, center of 


78 12 10.5 


Road left . 


78 14 08.0 


Road right 


78 14 56.3 


Halls Cross Roads 


78 15 52.4 


Road left 


78 17 14.0 



'ESSSE^] NORTH CAROLINA. 39 

Geographic, positions along highways between Nashville and Wake Forest — Cont'd. 



Station. 



Road left . _ _ 

Bakers, road crossing at 

Road crossing _ . 

Road crossing 

Road crossing 

Mays Cross Roads 

Road crossing _ _ 

Road crossing . . 



Latitude. 



35 57 42.0 
35 56 52.5 
35 58 34.6 
35 58 54.8 

35 59 48.0 

36 00 54.2 
36 00 20.7 
35 59 03.8 



Longitudt 



78 17 27.4 
78 18 46.4 
78 21 00.6 
78 22 55.9 
78 25 00.0 
78 26 27.0 
78 28 42.6 
78 30 20.6 



Geographic positions along the Seaboard Air Line Railway from Wake Forest 

to Raleigh. 



Station. 



Forestville station 

Road crossing 

Wyatt station 

Flat River 

Neuse station 

Road crossing 

Road crossing 

Millbrook station 

Road crossing 

Road crossing 

Raleigh, Union station 
Raleigh, capitol dome_ 



Latitude. 



35 57 
35 56 
35 55 
35 54 
35 53 
35 53 
35 51 
35 51 
35 50 
35 48 
35 46 
35 46 



42.4 
35.3 
48.6 
34.7 
49.2 
01.8 
45.1 
00.7 
02.3 
15.0 
37.7 
48.4 



Longitude. 



78 30 
78 31 
78 32 
78 33 
78 34 
78 34 
78 35 
78 36 
78 36 
78 37 
78 38 
78 38 



57.7 
33. 5 
18.6 
26.0 
07.0 
35.8 
44.5 
10.3 
19.5 
25.3 
39.7 
18.0 



Geographic positions along the Southern Raihvay from Raleigh to Goldsboro. 



Station. 



Latitude. 



Longitude. 



Creek left 

Road crossing 

Garner station 

Aubnrn station 

Road crossing 

Road crossing 

Road crossing 

Road crossing 

Wilson Mills station 
Neuse River 



35 45 23.2 
35 42 59.6 
35 42 22.6 
35 41 38.0 
35 40 49. 1 
35 39 55.8 
35 38 22. 1 
35 36 59.7 
35 35 00.2 
35 33 31.3 



78 38 00.9 
78 37 26.9 
78 36 11.0 
78 33 19.8 
78 31 19.7 
78 28 23.5 
78 26 45.4 
78 24 32.4 
78 21 18.4 
78 19 13.3 



40 



PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [hull. 201. 



Geographic positions along the Southern Railway from Raleigh to Goldsboro — 

Continued. 



Station. 



Road crossing 

Selma, crossing Atlantic Coast Line R. R 

Pinelevel station 

Road crossing 

Road crossing 

Road crossing 

Whitneys crossing 

Rose station 

Road crossing 

Weils station 



Latitude. 


Longitude, 


35 32 45.5 


78 18 14.8 


35 31 56.2 


78 16 45.6 


35 30 45.3 


78 14 37.1 


35 29 28.6 


78 12 18.5 


35 28 51.7 


78 11 11.8 


35 27 53.7 


78 09 27.2 


35 26 26.7 


78 06 50.3 


35 25 00. 1 


78 04 14.5 


35 24 07.0 


78 02 55.0 


35 22 47. 


78 01 07.4 



Geographic positions along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad between Goldsboro 

and Dudley. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Genoa station . . 


35 19 37.7 
35 15 58.2 


78 01 49.6 


Dudley station . 


78 02 13.0 







Geographic positions along highways between Princeton, Pikeville, and Ay den. 



Station. 



Latitude. 


Longitude. 


o / // 

35 27 57.7 


78 


09 34.4 


35 28 55.0 


78 


08 36.9 


35 29 02.9 


78 06 07.4 


35 29 12.2 


78 04 17.8 


35 29 47.4 


78 01 58.8 


35 29 28.1 


78 00 22.2 


35 29 49.5 


77 58 57.7 


35 30 00.4 


77 


57 44.3 


35 30 04.5 


lyiv 

1 1 


56 38.8 


35 29 47.2 


77 


55 40. 1 


35 30 06.6 


77 


53 52.8 


35 31 50.0 


77 


54 02. 3 


35 32 32.9 


77 


52 32.0 


35 30 47. 3 


77 


50 45.2 


35 29 58.4 


77 


49 28.0 


35 29 18.3 


77 


47 48. 1 


35 28 39. 2 


77 


43 59.2 



Princeton crossing 

Little River, bridge over 

Road right 

Road right 

Crossroads 

Road left 

Pikeville station, Atlantic Coast Line R. R. cross 
ing, 310 feet south of 

Road right 

Crossroads 

Crossroads 

Aycocks Mill, road right 

Road left . . . 

Eureka crossroads 

Faro post-office 

Road right 

Bullhead post-office 

Crossroads 



WIT;SON,UENSHAWE,T 
DOUGLAS, GOODE. | 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



41 



Geographic positions along highways between Princeton, Pikeville, and Ayden- 

Continued. 






Station. 



Road right 

Crossroads 

Road left 

Road left 

Snowhill, Greene County court-house 

Road left 

Dixonville post-office 

Road right 

Road left 

Ormondsville crossroads 

Road right 

Ridge Spring post-office 

Road left . 

Road left 

Tramway crossing . . 



Latitude. 


Longitude. 


35 27 25.9 


77 42 04.2 


35 27 00.3 


77 40 52. 1 


35 28 44. 7 


77 38 50.5 


35 28 47.9 


77 37 46.1 


35 27 17.7 


77 40 12.7 


35 28 53.0 


77 38 14.9 


35 28 14.8 


77 36 35.4 


35 28 22.3 


77 35 17.8 


35 29 04.5 


77 35 05.8 


35 28 14.3 


77 32 45.6 


35 27 53.2 


77 31 01.2 


35 27 22.9 


77 29 19.4 


35 28 04.5 


77 28 53.9 


35 28 27.8 


77 27 58.3 


35 28 33.4 


77 26 31.5 



Geographic positions along highways between Conetoe and Wilson 



Station. 



Conetoe station 

Road right 

Road left 

Old Sx^arta post-office 

Pitt-Edgecombe county line 

Road left 

Creek left 

Crossroads 

Crisj) post-office, crossroads at 

Road right 

East Carolina Railway crossing 

Road left 

Road left 

Road left 

Crossroads 

Crossroads 

Road right 

Road left 

Wilson, railroad crossing 

Wilson station, Atlantic Coast Line R. R 



Latitude. 


Longitude. 


35 48 56.5 


o / // 

77 27 19.7 


35 48 16. 1 


77 30 04.4 


35 47 44.4 


77 32 06.4 


35 47 21.6 


77 33 18.3 


35 44 52.7 


77 32 33.7 


35 44 16.0 


77 32 29.1 


35 44 08. 9 


77 33 38.2 


35 43 55.2 


77 35 29.9 


35 45 03.9 


77 37 33.2 


35 44 31.6 


77 39 08.6 


35 44 14. 8 


77 40 07.8 


35 43 54.5 


77 42 08.2 


35 43 36. 2 


77 43 16.5 


35 42 -14.2 


77 44 55. 9 


35 42 22.6 


77 46 57.0 


35 41 46.3 


77 49 02. 5 


35 41 47.3 


77 50 49.3 


35 42 09.5 


77 52 23.3 


35 43 20. 6 


77 54 25. 5 


35 43 21.9 


77 54 24. 5 



42 PRIMARY TBI ANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 
Geographic positions along highways between Wilson and Raleigh. 



Station. 



Road left 

Crossroads 

Crossroads 

Road left - . 

Talbot post-office 

Road left 

Connor post-office 

Road left 

Road left 

Road right . . . 

Road left 

Crossroads 

Road right . _ . 

Road right 

Road left 

Road right 

Eagle Rock post-office 

Road left 

Crossroads _ _ . 
Road right . . 
Road left - _ _ 
Road left 



Latitude. 


Longitude. 


O 1 II 

35 43 10.0 


77 57 04.7 


35 43 29.8 


77 59 44.9 


35 43 50. 1 


78 01 47. 5 


35 44 25.3 


78 03 41.5 


35 44 12.2 


78 05 37.5 


35 44 31.4 


78 07 29.9 


35 44 28. 1 


78 09 03.4 


35 14 16.2 


78 10 39.8 


35 4 15.4 


78 11 51.7 


35 46 26. 7 


78 13 34.5 


35 46 39.4 


78 16 04.4 


35 46 49. 6 


78 17 18.5 


35 47 12.0 


78 18 15.3 


35 46 56.8 


78 19 32.6 


35 46 55.3 


78 21 41.8 


35 48 06.2 


78 24 02. 5 


35 48 14.7 


78 25 21.5 


35 47 59. 7 


78 28 16.1 


35 47 52. s 


78 29 12. 


35 48 00.3 


78 32 11.1 


35 47 52.7 


78 33 35.2 


35 47 12.2 


78 35 25.7 



OHIO. 

PRIMARY TRAVERSE. 

During the month of October, 1901, Mr. Sledge Tatum, topogra- 
pher, controlled, by means of 140 miles of primary traverse, four 
quadrangles in the north-central portion of the State, in Lorain, 
Huron, Medina, Richland, Ashland, and Wayne counties. 

The traverse is based upon Camden and Townsend triangulation 
stations of the United States lake survey and on points near Mill- 
brook and Burbank, established in 1900 from primary traverse by 
Mr. E. L. McNair. 

Geographic positions along Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (Lodi and Wooster 
branch) from Erie Railroad crossing to Lodi. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Erie and Baltimore and Ohio R. R. crossing 

Burbank, 2 miles west of, road crossing 


40 59 19.4 

41 00 04.6 


82 01 33.7 
82 01 09.0 



WILSON. RENSHAWE 
DOUGLAS, GOODE 



M 



OHIO. 



43 



Geographic positions along Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (main line) from Lodi 

to Greenwich. 



Station. 



Lodi, junction main line and branch, point 70 feet 
west of tool house 

Road crossing 

Road crossing 

Road crossing 

Road crossing 

Homer station, road crossing 770 feet east of _ 

Road crossing 

Road crossing 

Road crossing 

Sullivan station, road crossing west of 

Road crossing 

Road crossing 

Road crossing 

Road crossing 

Road crossing 

Hereford station 

Rumley station 

Road crossing 

Road crossing 

Greenwich station, street crossing 100 feet east of 



Latitude. 


Longitude. 


41 01 39.3 


82 01 04.6 


41 00 51.8 


82 02 48.0 


41 00 51.6 


82 03 17.7 


41 00 49.5 


82 04 41.5 


41 01 05.0 


82 05 50.6 


41 01 03.6 


82 07 16.4 


41 01 32.4 


82 08 44. 1 


41 01 50.2 


82 09 49.6 


41 01 54.2 


82 12 06.0 


41 01 55.0 


82 13 20.4 


41 01 56.3 


82 15 36.6 


41 01 57.0 


82 16 50.3 


41 01 57.9 


82 18 18.3 


41 02 33.7 


82 20 46. 1 


41 03 19.4 


82 22 32.7 


41 03 34.3 


82 23 37.9 


41 03 03.7 


82 26 08.7 


41 02 17.3 


82 29 09.3 


41 02 05.9 


82 30 01.0 


41 02 04.7 


82 30 40. 1 



Geographic positions along highways from Greenwich to Mansfield. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Road west 


41 00 40.6 
40 59 35.0 
40 59 34. 1 
40 58 31.7 
40 57 11.9 
40 56 19.0 
40 55 25.3 
40 54 42.6 
40 53 41.0 
40 53 07.5 
40 52 21.4 
40 50 53.7 
40 49 19.8 
40 47 55.5 
40 46 57.6 


82 30 36.0 


United Brethren Church 


82 30 28.0 


Crossroads 

Crossroads 

Road east . 


82 29 13.2 
82 29 32.8 
82 29 42.3 


Crossroads 


82 29 41.6 


Road east - . . .... 


82 29 51.4 


Shenandoah, crossroads at 


82 29 58.0 


Road west . 


82 30 16.6 


Road west . . ....... . . 


82 30 47.3 


Road east 


82 30 50.4 


Crossroads 

Road west . . . . . 


82 30 49.0 
82 30 47.9 


Road east 


82 30 48.5 


Mansfield, flagstaff of State reformatory 


82 30 11.1 



44 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 

Geographic positions along highways from Mansfield to Millhrook via Hayesvillel 



Road crossing 

Road crossing 

Road south 

Road south 

Brick schoolhouse 

Road crossing 

Petersburg, road crossing at 

Road crossing 

Road south 

Road south 

Hayesville, street crossing at 

Road north . . 

Road south 

Road crossing 

Road north 

Lakef ork, forks of road at . 

Road crossing . . . 

Blachleyville, street crossing at 

Road crossing 

Road north- 

Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago Rwy. bridge 
No. 121, near Millbrook; copper bolt in bridge 
abutment at northwest corner of 



Latitude. 


Longitude. 


40 45 28.1 


82 29 39.9 


40 45 37.7 


82 28 28.8 


40 45 56. 7 


82 27 19.6 


40 45 56. 6 


82 26 16.4 


40 45 57.5 


82 25 40.3 


40 46 02.2 


82 23 51.9 


40 46 25. 1 


82 21 50.0 


40 46 22. 5 


82 20 22.7 


40 46 19.3 


82 18 58.2 


40 46 19. 6 


82 17 15.9 


40 46 21.6 


82 16 02.7 


40 46 18.8 


82 13 52.3 


40 46 18. 1 


82 12 46.6 


40 46 14.0 


82 11 04.4 


40 45 41.6 


82 09 23.3 


40 44 54. 8 


82 08 26.5 


40 45 13. 7 


82 06 50.8 


40 45 51.0 


82 04 54.7 


40 44 43. 3 


82 02 52.8 


40 43 51.4 


82 00 26.9 


40 43 51.9 


81 51 24.6 



Geographic positions along highways from a point about 4i miles east of Hayes- 
ville northward, via Polk, Sullivan, and Wellington, to Camden triangulation 
station of United States Lake Survey. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Ashland and Wooster Rwy. , crossing of 

Crossroads '. 

Crossroads 


40 47 57.9 
40 49 39.8 
40 52 15.7 
40 54 03.7 
40 57 00.7 
40 58 25.9 

40 59 31.7 
41.01 47.3 

41 01 55.0 
41 03 27.8 
41 05 04.8 


o / // 

82 11 37.8 
82 12 37.3 
82 12 42.6 


Crossroads 

Polk. Erie R. R. crossing 

Crossroads 

Crossroads . 


82 12 48.3 
82 12 53.9 
82 12 55.2 
82 13 23.6 


Sullivan, bronze tablet in public school building. _ . 

Sullivan, Baltimore and Ohio R. R. crossing 

Crossroads 

Crossroads 


82 13 07.6 
82 13 20.4 
82 13 16.3 
82 13 16.2 



wilson, kenshawe, 
dou<;eas,goode. 



OHIO. 



45 



geographic positions along highways from a point about 4i miles east of Hayes- 
ville northward, via Polk, Sullivan, and Wellington, to Camden triangulation 

station of United States Lake Survey — Continued. 



Station. 



Latitude . 



Longitude. 



Road east _ . . 

Crossroads 

Wellington station, Wheeling and Lake Erie R. R 

Wheeling and Lake Erie R> R. , crossing of 

Brighton, crossroads at _' 

Road west 



Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Rwy., cross- 
ing of - 

Camden triangulation station, United States Lake 
Survey 



41 06 58.5 
41 08 52.3 
41 09 48.2 
41 10 10. 1 
41 10 15.8 
41 12 55. 1 

41 16 04. 3 

41 16 26.0 



82 13 12.2 
82 13 06.0 
82 13 29.9 
82 16 31.0 
82 18 34. 1 
82 18 22.6 

82 18 08.7 

82 17 46.7 



Geographic positions along highways from Townsend triangulation station of 
the United States Lake Survey south to Greenwich. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Townsend triangulation station. 
Lake Survey _ . . - 


United States 


41 15 43.5 


82 29 00.6 









Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Rwy., cross- 
ing of 



Road east 

Crossroads 

Road west 

Road west 

Crossroads 

Road east 

Greenwich, bronze tablet in base of standpipe at 
city waterworks 



41 
41 
41 

41 
41 
41 

41 



15 29.0 

13 19.0 
10 31.0 
08 40. 1 
07 49. 
06 08.6 
03 53.4 



41 01 37.3 



82 29 31.0 
82 29 29.9 
82 29 25.6 
82 30 51.2 
82 31 13.2 
82 30 49.6 
82 30 44.8 

82 31 13.5 






46 PEIMAKY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 301. | 

CENTRAL SECTION OF TOPOGRAPHY. 

OHIO. 



PRIMARY TRAVERSE. 

Thirty 15-minute quadrangles, covering portions of 18 counties in 
the northwestern portion of the State, were controlled by 160 miles 
of primary traverse along railways by Mr. George T. Hawkins, topog- 
rapher, supplemented by 700 miles of traverse run by Mr. J. R. 
Ellis along highways, following meridians and parallels as closely as 
practicable. 

The following geographic positions were determined from primary 
traverse in 1901 by Mr. George T. Hawkins, topographer. 

The line starts from a point in the western part of the city of Toledo 
and follows the Lake Shore Railway to Edgerton, thence southwest 
via highways to the Indiana- Ohio State line, thence south along the 
State line to the Findlay, Fori Wayne and Western Railway, thence 
along that railway to Findlay, where it was connected with a line run 
in 1900. 

Geographic positions along Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway, between 

Toledo and Edgerton. 



Station. 



Toledo, crossing of Michigan Central and Toledo, 
St. Louis and Western railroads 



Latitude. 



Mileposts 4 and 5, north and south road crossing 
between 



Mileposts 5 and 6, north and south road crossing j 
between 



Mileposts 6 and 7, north and south road crossing 
between 



Mileposts 7 and 8, north and south road crossing 
between 



Milepost 8, 1 mile east of. east and west road cross- 
ing 



Mileposts 8 and 9, north and south road crossing 
between 



Holland, north and south road crossing east of . 

Holland station 

Holland, road crossing west of 

Mileposts 11 and 12, north and south road crossing 
between 

Milepost 12, east and west road crossing west of _ _ . 

Mileposts 12 and 13, north and south road crossing 
between 



Mileposts 13 and 14, east and west road crossing 
between 



Mileposts 14 and 15, east and west road crossing 
between 



41 37 33.5 
41 38 01.4 
41 37 50.4 
II :;; 39.3 

41 37 28.2 

11 37 24.7 

41 37 17.0 

41 37 05.9 

41 37 00.8 

41 37 00.2 

41 36 46.3 I 
41 36 35.3 

41 36 32.4 

41 36 24.2 

41 36 11.7 



Longitude. 



83 34 23.2 

S3 36 23.6 

83 37 32.6 

S3 38 42.4 

83 39 52.0 

83 40 13.4 

83 41 01.8 
83 42 11.8 
83 42 43.2 

83 42 47. 1 

83 44 14.0 
83 45 22.6 

S3 45 40.3 

83 46 31.4 

83 47 49.6 



W I LSON, RENSHAWB, 1 
DOUGLAS, GOODE. J 



OHIO. 



Geographic positions along Lake Shore and Michigan Southern 
Toledo and Edgerton — Continued. 



47 

Railway, between 



Station. 



Latitude. 



Longitude. 



Mileposts 16 and 17, north and south road crossing 
between 



Mileposts 17 and 18, north and south road crossing 
between 



Mileposts 18 and 19, north and south road crossing 
between 



Mileposts 18 and 19, north and south road crossing 
between , 

Swanton station 

Swanton, main street crossing .' 



Mileposts 20 and 21 , north and south road crossing 
between 

Mileposts 20 and 21 , north and south road crossing 
between 

Mileposts 21 and 22, north and south road crossing 
between 

Mileposts 22 and 23, north and south road crossing 
between 

Mileposts 23 and 24, north and south road crossing 
between , 

Mileposts 24 and 25, east and west road crossing 
between 

Delta station 

Delta, road crossing west of . _ . 

Delta, road crossing west of 

Delta, road crossing west of . 

Road crossing, northeast and southwest 

Mileposts 27 and 28, north and south road crossing 
between 



Mileposts 28 and 29, north and south road crossing 
between 



Mileposts 29 and 30, north and south road crossing 
between 



Mileposts 31 and 32, north and south road crossing 
between l 



Mileposts 32 and 33, north and south road crossing 
between 



Wauseon, main street crossing 
Wauseon station 



Wauseon, crossing Lake Shore and Detroit South- 
ern railroads 



Wauseon Cemetery, north and south road crossing 
at 



Milepost 34, east and west road crossing at . . 

Mileposts 34 and 35, north and south road crossing 
between 



Mileposts 35 and 36, north and south road crossing 
between 



41 35 55. 

41 35 44. 

41 35 33. 

41 35 22. 

41 35 18. 

41 35 17. 

41 35 11. 

41 35 03. 

41 34 59. 

41 34 48. 

41 34 31, 

41 34 25. 

41 34 14. 

41 34 14. 

41 34 13. 

41 34 11. 

41 34 01, 

41 33 51. 

41 33 40. 

41 33 29. 

41 33 06. 

41 32 55. 

41 32 51. 

41 32 49. 



41 32 47.2 

41 32 44.0 
41 32 37.5 

41 32 32.7 

41 32 21.4 



83 

83 

83 

83 
83 
83 

83 

83 

83 

83 

83 

83 
83 

S3 
84 
84 
84 

84 

84 

84 

84 

84 
84 
84 



49 27.6 

50 39. 1 

51 47.7 

52 55.9 

53 22.0 

53 25.9 

54 05. 6 

54 53.5 

55 15.6 

56 26.9 
58 11.0 

58 48.3 

59 52.9 
59 54.8 
00 01.7 

00 11.9 

01 13.0 

02 14.4 

03 23.5 

04 33.6 

06 52.6 

08 02.9 
08 27.3 
08 35.9 



84 08 51. 



84 
84 

84 

84 



09 11.2 

09 50.9 

10 20. 5 

11 29.9 



48 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 301. 

Geographic positions; along Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway, 
between Toledo and Edgerton— Continued. 



Station. 



Mileposts 36 and 37, north and south road crossing 

between 

Mileposts 37 and 38, north and south road crossing 

between 



Mileposts 38 and 39, north and south road crossing 
between 



Mileposts 38 and 39, east and west road crossing 
between _ 



Mileposts 39 and 40, north and south road crossing 
between 



Mileposts 40 and 41, north and south road crossing 
between 



41 32 10.0 

41 31 59.3 

-II 31 48.0 

41 31 42.7 

41 31 36.7 

41 31 25.3 
41 31 15.3 
41 31 13.8 

41 31 02.4 

41 30 52.7 
41 30 35.5 

41 30 27.2 

Mileposts 46 and 47, north and south road crossing 
between 41 30 18. 3 

Stryker, main street crossing . . 41 30 09.8 



Archbold station 

Archbold, main street crossing 

Mileposts 42 and 43, north and south road crossing 
between 



Mileposts 43 and 44, north and south road crossing 
between 



Milepost 45, north and south road crossing near 

Mileposts 45 and 46. north and south road crossing 
between 



Latitude. 



Longitude. 



Stryker station 

Milepost 4s. north and south road crossing near _ _ 

Mileposts 48 and 49, north and south road crossing 
between 

Milepost 49, north and south road crossing near . _ 

Mileposts 49 and 50. north and south road crossing 
between 



.Milepost 50 and 51, north and south road crossing 
between 



Mileposts 51 and 52, north and south road crossing 
between 



Milepost 52. road crossing near 

Milepost 53, road crossing near _ _. 
Road crossing, northeast and southwest. 



Mileposts 53 and 54, north and south road crossing 
between 



Lake Shore and Cincinnati Northern Railroad cross- 
ing 

Bryan, road crossing at 

Bryan, road crossing at 

Bryan station 

Road crossing over railroad 



41 30 08.4 
■11 30 02.7 

11 29 :>:.:> 
•11 29 49.8 

11 29 fc3.2 

1 1 29 32. I 

II 29 20.6 

41 29 14.1 

41 29 06.3 

11 29 01.2 

41 28 57. 1 

41 28 53.5 
41 28 49.2 
41 28 48.4 
41 28 48.0 
41 28 35.3 



84 12 39. 4 

84 13 44. 7 

84 14 53.7 

84 15 26.3 

84 16 02.7 

84 17 12.0 
84 18 12.7 
84 18 21.7 

84 19 31.1 

84 20 30.2 
84 22 14.4 

84 23 04.7 

si 23 5S.S 
84 24 50.5 
84 24 58.8 
si 25 33.1 

si 26 04.8 
84 26 51.5 

si 27 31.2 

s| 28 38.3 

si 29 47.9 
si 30 26.6 
si 31 14.2 
84 31 44.6 

84 32 09.7 

84 32 31.5 
84 32 57.4 
84 33 01.9 
84.33 04.3 
84 34 21.0 



WILSON, RENSHAWE 
DOUGLAS, GOODE 



'] 



OHIO. 



49 



Geographic positions along Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway, 
between Toledo and Edgerton — Continued. 



Station. 



Mileposts 56 and 57, north and south road crossing 
between 

Road crossing over railroad 

Milepost 59, north and south road crossing near . 

Mulberry station 

Milepost 60, north and south road crossing near _ . 

Road crossing over railroad 

Milepost 62, north and south road crossing near _ . 

Mileposts 62 and 63, north and south road crossing 
between 

Milepost 63. north and south road crossing near . . 

Milepost 64, north and south road crossing near . . 

Edgerton. road crossing at 

Edgerton station _■ 

Edgerton, main street crossing 



Latitude. 



41 28 23.0 
41 28 11.3 
41 27 59.9 
41 27 48.9 
41 27 48.6 
41 27 36.6 
41 27 24.7 

41 27 20.6 
41 27 13.0 
41 27 01.8 
41 26 53. 9 
41 26 52.4 
41 26 50.8 



Longitude. 



84 35 35.2 

84 36 45. 4 
84 37 54. 5 
84 39 00.7 
84 39 02. 6 
84 40 14.4 
84 41 26.5 

84 41 51.5 
84 42 37.2 
84 43 45.3 
84 44 32.7 
84 44 42. 1 
84 44 51.5 



Geographic positions along highways between Edgerton and Ohio-Indiana State 

line. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


T. 5 N., R. 1 E., corner sees. 3 and 4, on township 
line 


O / /' 

41 25 23.8 
41 24 40. 7 
11 23 48.7 
41 22 56.4 
41 22 04.2 
41 21 12.1 
41 21 11.8 


o / II 

84 44 54.7 


T. 5 N..E.1E.. corner sees. 3, 4, 9, and 10.. 
T. 5 N., R. 1 E.., corner sees. 9. 10, 15. and 16 .. 
T. 5 N., R. 1 E.. corner sees. 15, 16, 21, and 22. _ 
T. 5 N.,R.1E.. corner sees. 21, 22, 27, and 28 

T. 5 N., R. IE., corner sees. 28, 29. 32, and 33 

T. 5 K, R. 1 E., corner sees. 29. 30, 31, and 32 


84 44 54.2 
84 44 53. 3 
84 44 52.5 
84 44 51.-6 
84 45 59.2 
84 47 08. 8 



Geographic positions along Ohio-Indiana State line. 



Station. 






T. 5 N..R. IE., corner on State line between sees 
30 and 31 

T. 4 N., R. 1 E.. corner sees. 6 and 7 

Road west 

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad crossing 

Roads west and southeast 

Road west 

Road northeast and southwest 

Road west 

Bull. 201—02 4 



Latitude. 


41 


21 12.0 


11 


19 28.7 


41 


18 51.2 


11 


18 13.6 


41 


17 59.0 


41 


17 06.4 


41 


16 14.6 


41 


15 22.0 



Longitude. 

84 48 12.5 

84 48 12.3 

84 48 12. 1 

84 48 11.7 

84 48 11.7 

84 48 11.3 

84 48 10.9 

84 48 10. 8 



50 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 

Geographic positions along Ohio-Indiana State line — Continued. 



Station. 



Latitude. 



Longitude. 



Ts. 3 and 4 INT., R. 1 E.. township corner _ 

Road west 

Road west 

T. 3N.,R. IE., corner sees. 7 and 18 _ _ . 

Road west 

T. 3 N., R. IE., corner sees. 18 and 19 _. 

Road east and west 

Road west 

Road east 

Road east 

Wabash Railroad crossing 

Road east 

Road west _ _ . 

Road east . . 

Road east 

Road east 

Road west 

Ts. 1 and 2 N.. R. IE., township corner 
Road east and west . . 

Road west 

T. 1 N., R. 1 E.. corner sees. 6 and 7 . 
Road west . _ _ 

T. 1 N., R. 1 E.. corner sees. 7 and 18 
Road northeast 

Road east 

Road west 

T.1N..R.1E., corner sees. 19 and 30 



11 
41 
41 
41 
41 
41 
41 
41 
41 
41 
41 
41 
41 
41 
41 
41 
41 
41 
II 
41 
11 
11 
11 
11 
41 
41 
41 



15 08.2 
14 29. 5 
13 37.0 
13 20.2 
13 11.1 
12 27.8 
11 52.5 
11 05.2 
11 02.1 
09 26.4 
08 53. 8 
08 11.7 
07 35.6 
07 19.2 
06 26.8 
06 00.5 
05 50.8 
04 41.7 
04 41.1 
04 06. 1 

03 k;.; 

03 13.3 
02 54. 1 
02 22.7 
02 01.6 
01 41.8 
01 09.2 



84 48 
84 48' 
84 48 
84 48 
84 48 
84 48 
84 48 
84 48 
84 48 
84 48 
84 48 
si is 
84 48 
84 is 
84 is 
84 48 
M _8 
84 48 
si is 
84 48 
S4 48 
si 48 
84 48 
84 48 
84 48 
84 48 
84 48 



10.8 
10.7 
10.8 
10. 9 
11.0 
10.9 
10.9 
10.6 
10. 6 
11.1 
11.0 
11.3 
11.3 
11.3 
11.1 
11.1 
11.1 
II. 1 
11.1 
11.0 
10.9 
10.8 
10. 6 
10.8 
10.7 
10.8 
11.0 



Geographic positions a long Findlay, Fort Wayne and Western Railway , between 

Baldwin and Findlay. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Baldwin station 

Road crossing, north and south _ . 


41 01 05.9 
41 01 06.0 
41 01 06.0 
41 01 06.0 
41 01 06.1 
41 01 06.3 
41 01 06.4 
41 01 06.6 


84 48 09. 5 
84 47 01.4 


Road crossing, north and south 


85 46 27. 1 


McGill station 


84 46 26.2 


Road crossing, north and south _ . 


84 45 35. 8 


Batson station 


84 44 44. 7 


Road crossing, north and south 


84 43 35.3 


Road crossing, north and south 


84 42 26.0 



WILSON, RENSHAWE,"] 
DOUGLAS, GOODE. J 



OHIO. 



51 



(Geographic positions along Findlay, Fort Wayne and Western Railway, etc.- 

Continued. 



Station. 



T. 1 N., Rs. 1 and 2 E., corner sees. 19, 30, 24, and 25 

Tipton, road crossing at 

Road crossing, north and south 

Road crossing, north and south 

Road crossing, north and south _ . 
Road crossing, north and south _ . 

Road crossing, north and south . 

Haviland, railroad crossing at 

T. 1 N. , Rs. 2 and 3 E. , corner sees. 19, 30, 24, and 25 

Road crossing, north and south 

Road crossing, north and south 

Road crossing, north and south _ . 

Road crossing, north and south 

Groverhill station 

Groverhill, main street crossing, _ 

T.1N.. Rs. 3 and 4 E. , corner sees. 19, 30, 24, and 25 

Road crossing, north and south 

Roselmo station 

Road crossing, north and south 

Road crossing, north and south 

Road south, 

Erie Canal crossing 

T.1N., Rs. 4 and 5 E. . corner sees. 19, 30, 24, and 25 _ 

Road crossing, north and south 

Road crossing, north and south 

Cloverleaf Railroad crossing 

Road crossing, north and south 

Road crossing, northwest and southeast 

Road crossing, under railway 

Road crossing, north and south 

Road crossing, north and south 

Road crossing, north and south 

Rs. 5 and 6 E. , road crossing between 

Detroit and Lima Northern Railway crossing 

Criswell station • 

Road crossing, north and south 

Road crossing, north and south . 

Avis, road crossing at 

Road crossing, north and south _ . ... 

Road crossing, north and south 

Road crossing, north and south 



Latitude. 


Longitude. 


41 01 09.2 


o / // 

84 41 16.2 


41 01 07.1 


84 40 08.7 


41 01 07.3 


84 38 58.4 


41 01 07.5 


84 37 49.5 


41 01 07.7 


84 36 40.6 


41 01 07.8 


84 36 05.9 


41 01 07.9 


84 35 31.1 


41 01 08.0 


84 34 56.0 


41 01 10.0 


84 34 21.6 


41 01 08.2 


84 33 12. 1 


41 01 08.4 


84 32 02.9 


41 01 08.6 


84 30 53.4 


41 01 08.9 


84 29 44.4 


41 01 09.2 


84 28 39.0 


41 01 09.2 


84 28 35. 1 


41 01 10.7 


84 27 26.0 


41 01 10.1 


84 25 42. 5 


41 01 10.3 


84 25 07.4 


41 01 10.7 


84 24 58.9 


41 01 10.9 


84 23 24. 6 


41 01 11.1 


84 22 50. 1 


41 01 11.6 


84 21 31.5 


41 01 12.7 


84 20 31.7 


41 01 12.4 


84 19 22.0 


41 01 12.6 


84 18 47.0 


41 01 12.9 


84 18 12.7 


41 01 13 J 


84 17 38.3 


41 01 13.2 


84 17 24.6 


41 01 13.2 


84 17 15. 1 


41 01 13.7 


84 15 54.6 


41 01 13.9 


84 15 20.0 


41 01 14.1 


84 14 45.4 


41 01 14.5 


84 13 36. 3 


41 01 14.7 


84 12 59.0 


41 01 15.0 


84 11 58. 1 


41 01 15.0 


84 11 52.7 


41 01 15.4 


84 10 18.0 


41 01 15.4 


84 10 09. 7 


41 01 15.7 


84 08 59. 7 


41 01 15.8 


84 08 25. 8 


41 01 15.8 


84 08 07. 9 



52 PEIMARY TRIANGULATTON AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 



Geographic positions along Findlay, Fort Wayne and Western Railway, etc- 

Continued. 



Station. 



Latitude. 



Rs. 6 and 7 E. , road crossing between - _ . 
Road crossing, north and south _ 
Road crossing, north and south 
Road crossing, north and south 

Glandorf . road crossing at 

Glandorf , road crossing | mile east of 

Ottawa, Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton Railway 

crossing 

Ottawa station (Findlay, Fort Wayne and Western 

Railway) 

Road crossing, north and south 

Detroit Southern Railroad crossing 

Rs. 7 and 8 E. , road cr< >ssing 1 >etween . . . 

Pike road crossing _ . . 

Road crossing, north and south 

Road crossing 

Gilboa station 

Road crossing, north and south 

Road crossing, north and south . 

Road crossing, north and south 

Road crossing, north and south . 

Pike road crossing, northeast and southwest 

Road, north and south 

Road crossing, north and south 

Moffits. road crossing at 

Road crossing, north and south 

Benton Ridge, road crossing at 

Benton Ridge, road crossing f mile east of 

Rs. 9 and 10 E. , road crossing between 

Road, north and south 

Pike road crossing, northeast and southwest 

Road crossing, north and south 

Road crossing, north and south 

Road crossing, north and south 

Road crossing, north and south 

Lake Erie and Western Railroad crossing 

Road crossing, north and south 

Road crossing, northeast and southwest 

Findlay, Main street crossing 

Findlay station 



41 01 16.4 
41 01 16.8 
41 01 17.0 
41 01 17.1 
41 01 17.2 
41 01 17.4 
41 01 17.7 



41 01 
41 01 
41 01 
11 01 
41 01 
41 01 
41 01 
41 01 
41 01 
41 01 
41 01 
41 01 
41 01 
41 01 
41 01 
41 01 
41 01 
41 01 
41 01 
41 01 
41 01 
41 01 
41 01 
41 01 
41 01 
41 01 
41 01 
41 01 
41 01 
41 01 
41 01 



17.7 
17.8 
17.0 
18.2 
18.2 

18. S 
10. 1 
10. 1 
19.1 
19.1 
19.2 
19.:; 
19.4 

19. 5 
19.7 
19.8 
20.2 
20.4 

20. 5 
20.7 
20.8 
20.8 
20.7 
20.7 
20.5 
20.4 
20.4 
20.4 
20.5 
20. 5 
20.5 



Longitude. 



84 06 41.2 
84 05 32.3 
84 04 57.5 
84 04 42. 1 
84 04 23.4 
84 03 48.0 
84 02 51.0 

84 02 49.0 
84 02 39.4 
84 02 04.4 
S3 59 45.3 
83 58 47.0 
83 57 27. 1 
83 55 26.1 
83 55 19.6 
83 55 19.2 
83 r^ 08.9 
S3 54 16.6 
83 53 59.4 
S3 53 11.0 
83 52 50.5 
83 51 41.4 
83 50 49.2 
S3 48 49.2 
83 47 57.0 
83 47 08.0 
83 45 55.7 
S3 45 04.8 
83 44 19.6 
83 44 13. 1 
83 43 39. 1 
83 42 46. 5 
83 41 54.3 
83 41 00.2 
83 40 45. 2 
83 40 05.4 
83 39 01.6 
83 38 59.5 



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DOUGLAS, OOODE. J 



OHIO. 



53 



The following- geographic positions were determined from primary 
traverse run in 1901 by Mr. J. R. Ellis, field assistant: 

Geographic positions along highways from Mount Sterling to McCutchenville. 



Station. 



Mount Sterling, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad and 
main street crossing ... 

Roads, north, east, and south 

Loubgert Creek, bridge over 

Wrights ville and Kiousville Pike, 300 feet east of 
W. McNeff's house 

Wrightsville, cross roads at 

Lilly Chapel and Georgesville, and road north 

Lilly Chapel, Georgesville and West Jefferson cross 
roads 



Rational Pike, cross roads on 

Road east 

School house, road southwest at 

Worthington store, road east at 

Road east 

Road east, north, and south 

Pittsburg, Cincinnati. Chicago and St. Louis Rail- 
way, crossing of 

Madison and Union counties, stone monument be- 
tween 

Fork of road northwest 

Schoolhouse No. 9, road west near 

Watkins, cross road in east part of 

Road east, west, and north 

Road north, south, east, and west 

Road north, south, east, and west . . 

Road north, west, and south 

Delaware and Union counties, stone monument be- 
tween 

Roads east, west, and north 

Roads east, west, and north, near schoolhouse- . . 

Road north, east, and south 

State road, northeast and southwest. 

Hoskins and State road crossing 

Rich wood and Prospect pike 

East and west pike 

Woodland, 570 feet southwest of, crossing Big 
Four Railway 

Pike crossing, east and west 

Road crossing, east and west 

Road east, north and south 

Do.... 



Latitude. 



39 43 17.0 
39 45 11.9 

39 47 09. 3 

39 48 58. 2 
39 51 39. 3 
39 53 13.0 

39 55 51.3 
39 56 45.4 
39 58 24.9 

39 59 53.5 

40 02 30. 5 
40 04 08. 1 
40 05 27.3 

40 05 43. 2 

40 06 29.8 
40 09 50.2 
40 11 26.2 
40 12 45.5 
40 13 53.0 
40 15 02.0 
40 16 56.0 
40 18 00.7 

40 20 01.0 
40 21 02.9 
40 21 53.5 



Longitude. 



40 



54. 5 



40 23 46.7 
40 25 08. 6 
40 26 10.7 
40 27 47.0 

40 28 45.3 
40 29 37.0 
40 30 46.4 

40 31 47.2 
40 33 04.0 



83 16 03.7 
83 15 11.1 
83 14 53.1 

83 16 26.2 
83 14 52.2 
83 15 06. 1 

83 16 54.4 
83 15 14.0 
83 15 36.0 
83 15 50.9 
83 15 49.9 
83 15 05.6 
83 15 23.4 

83 14 54.0 

83 14 01.3 
83 13 44.1 
83 14 32. 3 
83 14 41.0 
83 14 46. 1 
83 14 54.5 
83 15 02.0 
83 15 07.2 

83 14 59. 6 
83 14 19.2 
83 13 51.0 
83 14 58.9 
83 16 07. 9 
83 14 57.0 
83 15 32.1 
83 15 04.0 

83 15 27.4 
83 15 35. 6 
83 15 22.2 
83 15 56.0 
83 16 07.6 



54 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 

Geographic positions along highways from Mount Sterling to McCutchenville— 

Continued. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Road northwest and southeast . _ _ _ 


40 33 20.3 


o / // 

83 15 20.0 


Gurley, 1 mile east of, Big Four Railway crossing . 


40 35 09.5 


83 15 21.2 


Espyville, road crossing southeast and west at 


40 35 52.5 


83 15 20.4 


T. 5 S., R. 1 4 E.,i corner bet ween sees. 15 and 16 


40 36 28.8 


83 14 47.0 


T. 5 S., R. 14 E.. corner sees. 3, 4, 9, and 10 


40 37 47. 1 


83 14 46. 1 


Ts. 4 and 5 S., R. 14 E., 1 corner between sees. 3 
and 34 


40 38 39.3 
40 38 54.7 


83 14 11.1 


Pike road crossing, northeast and southwest 


83 13 13.4 


School house, road crossing east and west, near 


40 40 23.9 


83 13 55.7 


Crossing, east and west road with Harpster and 
Marion road . 


40 42 08.4 


83 14 53.1 


Roads, northeast and southwest- 


40 46' 28. 5 


83 14 28.6 


Quarter corner sections (no number) 


40 47 21.6 


83 13 03.3 


T. 3 S., R. 14 E., corner sees. 2. 3. 10, and 11 


40 48 13. 8 


83 13 38.9 


Ts. 2 and 3 S., R. 14 E., corner sees. 3. 4, 32, 33 


40 49 06.2 


83 14 47. 2 


T. 2 S., R. 14 E., } corner between sees. 28 and 33. . 


40 49 58.4 


83 15 22.5 


T. 2 S.. R. 14 E.. i corner between sees. 16 and 21_. 


40 51 42,9 


83 15 23.2 


Roads east. west, north, and south 


40 52 35.4 


83 15 04. 2 


Roads east, west, and northeasl 


40 54 02.0 


83 14 47. 4 


Roads north, west, and south 


40 54 32. 3 
40 55 41.8 


83 15 24.6 


Sandusky River, bridge over 


83 14 44. 7 


T. 1 S., R. 14 E.. corner sees. 15. 16, 21, and 22 


40 56 57.9 


83 14 49. 5 


T. 1 S.. R. 14 E., corner sees. 9, 10. 15. and 16 ... 


40 57 49. 9 


83 14 49. 8 


McCutchenville. crossing main street and Perrys- 
burg road 


If) 50 26.6 


83 15 36. 6 


McCutchenville, north part of, Ohio Central Rail- 
way crossing 


11 00 os.o 


83 15 43.1 



Geographic positions along highways from near Rettsville to latitude 41° 00', 
thence icest to longitude 83 ','> . thence north to Maumee River, thence east to 
Doivling, Ohio. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Station 50 on Oak Harbor line 


41 16 02.6 
41 14 41.3 
41 13 58.9 
41 12 36.7 
41 10 51.7 

41 09 59.6 
41 08 17.0 
41 07 24.4 


all' 

83 14 06.8 


Bettsville crossing, Pennsylvania Railroad at 

Crossroads at section corner 


83 14 13.2 
83 14 42.4 


T. 3 N., R. 14 E., corner sees. 15, 16, 21, and 22.... 

T. 3 K, R. 14 E., corner sees. 27, 28, 33, and 34 

Ts. 2 and 3 N., R. 14 E., corner sees. 3, 4, 33, and 
34 


83 14 41.0 
83 14 46. 2 

83 14 49 4 


T. 2 N. , R. 14 E. , corner sees. 9, 10, 15, and 16 

T. 2N., R. 14 E., corner sees. 15, 16, 21, and 22.... 


83 14 50.6 
83 14 50.4 



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OUGLAS, GOODE. J 



Wl 
DOIN 



OHIO. 



55 



Geographic positions along highways from near Bettsville, etc. — Continued. 



Station. 



T.2N., R. 14 E.. corner sees. 27, 28, 33, and 34_... 

Ts. 1 and 2 N.. R. 14 E.. corner sees. 3, 4. 33, and 
34 



Roads north, south, east, and west 

T. 1 N.. R. 14 E., $ corner between sees. 16 and 21 _ 

T. 1 N.. R. 14 E., i corner between sees. 28 and 33. 

T. IN.. Rs. 13 and 14 E.. i corner between sees. 31 
and 36 . 



T. IN. andl S.. R. 13 E. 
34 



corner sees. 3, 4, 33, and 



T. 1 N. and 1 S.. Rs. 12 and 13 E., corner sees. 1, 6, 
31, and 36 



Road northeast and southwest 

Vanlue. crossing Big Four Railway, in northwest 
part of 

Schoolhouse, crossroads at 

Roads east, west, and north . . 

Roads northeast and southwest _.__'_ 

Ts. 1 N. and 1 S.. Rs. 10 and 11 E., corner bet ween . 

Ts. 1 N. and 1 S., R. 10 E., corner sees. 1, 2, 35, 
and 36 



Ts. 1 N. and 1 S., R. 10 E., i corner between sees. 
3 and 34 



Lake Erie and Western Railroad crossing 

T. IN., R. 10 E., i corner between sees. 15 and 16 

T. IN., R. 10 E., i corner between sees. 9 and 10. 

Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railway crossing . 

T. 2 N., R. 10 E., corner sees. 28, 29, 32, and 33 __ 

T. 2 N.. R. 10 E., corner sees. 16, 17, 20, and 21. . _ _ 

Road northeast and southwest 

T. 3 N.. R. 10 E., corner sees. 28, 29, 32, and 33.... 

R. 10 E., corner sees. 20, 21, 28, and 29.. .. 

R. 10 E., corner sees. 16, 17, 20, and 21.... 

R. 10 E., corner sees. 4, 5, 8, and 9 

R. 10 E., corner sees. 28, 29, 32, and 33 

R. 10 E., corner sees. 20, 21, 28, and 29.... 

T. 4 N., R. 10 E., corner sees. 4, 5, 8, and 9 

Ts. 4 and 5 N., R. 10 E., corner sees 4, 5, 32, and 33. 

T. 5 N., R. 10 E.. corner sees. 20, 21, 28, and 29.... 

T. 5 N., R. 10 E.. i corner between sees. 8 and 17 _. 

Ts. 5 and 6 N..R. 10E„i corner between sees. 5 
and 32 



3N. 
3N. 
3N. 

4N. 

4N. 



T. 6 N., R. 10 E., i corner between sees. 29 and 32. 



Latitude. 



41 05 39.5 

41 04 47.5 
41 02 36.8 
41 01 44.6 
41 00 26.3 

40 59 59.8 

40 59 32.3 

40 59 30.9 
40 59 28.1 

40 58 32.6 
40 58 31.8 
40 58 53.9 
40 58 57.4 
40 59 35.5 

40 59 35.7 



40 59 

41 00 
41 02 
41 03 
41 04 
41 05 
41 07 
41 09 
41 10 
41 11 
41 12 
41 14 
41 16 
41 17 
41 19 
41 20 
41 22 
41 24 



36.0 
45. 2 
38. 5 
30.9 
59.2 
42.6 
26.8 
34.5 
58.1 
50.1 
42.2 
26.6 
09.8 
02.0 
38.8 
34.4 
18.9 
03.8 



4L 25 48.2 
41 26 40. 1 



Longitude. 



83 14 51.6 

83 14 51.6 
83 14 51.0 
83 15 43.3 
83 15 43.5 

83 18 18.6 

83 21 47.1 

83 25 13.9 

83 27 29. 1 

83 29 03.4 
83 30 46. 2 
83 33 53. 2 
83 36 47. 1 
83 39 02. 2 

83 40 11.1 



83 41 
83 41 
83 42 
83 42 
83 43 
83 43 
83 43 
83 43 
83 43 
83 43 
83 43 
83 43 
83 43 
83 43 
83 43 
83 43 
83 43 
83 44 



54.6 
54. 5 
29.2 
29.4 
36.9 
37.1 
37.9 
38.3 
36.9 
37.8 
38.1 
38.5 
40.0 
40.3 
41.4 
42.3 
41.8 
16.7 



83 44 16.9 
S3 44 17.S 



56 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [btjll.201. 

Geographic position* along highways from near Bettsville, etc.— Continued. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


T. 


6N. 


R. 


10 E. 


i corner between sees. 17 and 20. 


o / // 

41 28 25.2 


o / // 

83 44 17.9 


T. 


ON. 


R. 


10 E. 


corner sees. 14, 15, 26, and 27 


41 28 24.0 


83 41 23. 3 


T. 


6N. 


R. 


10 E. 


corner sees. 13, 14, 23, and 24 


41 28 23.9 


83 40 13.8 



Geographic positions along highways from Vanlue to Pfeiffer, thence /rest to 
83° 45', thence north to southwest corner of Findlay quadrangle. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Vanlue, Big Four Railway crossing in northwest 
part of . _ - - 


o / // 

40 58 32.6 


83 29 03.5 


T. IS., R. 12 E., i corner between sees. 16 and 21- - 


40 56 53.5 


83 29 10.5 


T. IS., R. 12 E., i corner between sees. 28 and 33. _ 


40 55 09.2 


83 29 10.3 


T. 2 S., R. 12 E., i corner between sees. 4 and 9 


40 53 24. 7 


83 29 10.7 


Roads northeast and southwest _ . 


10 51 51.5 


83 29 30.6 


\ corner sees - - - - - 


40 50 10.0 
40 49 06.4 


83 30 23.2 


Big Four Railway crossing near milepost 70 


83 30 08. 1 


Road crossing northeast and southwest 


40 47 09.0 


83 29 49.4 


T. 3 S., R. 12 E.. corner sees, 28, 29, 32, and 33 


40 44 41.7 


83 29 48. 7 


T. 4 S., R. 12 E.. corner sees. 8, 9, 16, and 1 ; 


40 42 04.8 


83 29 45. 7 


T. 4S., R. 12 E., corner sees. 20, 21, 28, and 29 


40 40 19.4 


83 29 45. 1 


Ts. 4 and 5 S., R. 12 E., corner sees. 4, 5, 32, and 33. 


40 38 34.0 


83 29 46.3 


Roads north, east, and west 


40 37 24. 1 
40 38 04.5 


83 30 57.4 


Henpeck schoolhouse, road crossing at 


83 33 09.0 


Corner sees 


40 38 39. 2 


83 34 34. 


Kenton, 1.5 miles west of, crossing of Big Four 
Railway 


40 38 48.3 


83 38 20.6 


Kenton, 4.5 miles west of, crossing of Big Four 
Railway 


40 39 30.7 


83 40 30. 2 


Big Four Railway and north and south road cross- 
ing 


40 40 09. 6 


83 42 28.9 


T. :; S.. R. 10 E.. corner sees. :». (i. 31. and 32 


40 43 57. 2 


83 44 52.6 


T. 3 S., R. 10 E.. corner sees. 19. 20. 29. and 30 


40 45 42.4 


83 44 52.2 


T. 3 S.. R. 10 E.. corner sees. 7, 8, 17, and 18 


40 47 26. 6 


83 44 51.7 


Ts. 2 and 3 S.. R. 10 E., \ corner between sees. 5 
and 32 


40 49 08. 9 
40 50 53.5 


83 44 16.5 


T. 2 S., R. 10 E.. corner sees. 19. 20, 29, and 30 _ .... 


83 44 48. 9 


T. 2 S. . R. 10 E. , corner sees. 7, 8, 17; and 18 


40 52 38.5 


83 44 48.2 


Ts. 1 and 2 S., R. 10 E., corner sees. 5, 6, 31, and 32. 


40 54 25. 5 


83 44 47.7 


T. 1 S., R. 10 E.. corner sees. 19, 20, 29, and 30 


40 56 10.3 


83 44 47. 6 


T. 1 S., R. 10 E., corner sees. 7, 8, 17, and 18 


40 57 55.2 


83 44 48. 4 


T. IS., R. 10 E.. corner sees. 5, 6, 7, and 8 


40 58 47.7 


83 44 48.0 










WILSON, RENSH AWE, ~| 
DOUGLAS, GOOD?:. | 



OHIO. 



57 



Geographic positions along highways from a position near southwest corner of 
the Findlay quadrangle west to meridian S4 00', thence north to Ohio-Michigan 
boundary line, thence vest to longitude 84° 15' , thence south to Erie Railroad, 
thence southeast along railroad to Foraker. 



Station. 



Latitude. 



Longitude. 



Findlay, about 5 miles southwest of, Lake Erie and 
Western Railroad crossing 

Ts. 1 N. and 1 S., Rs. 9 and 10 E., corner sees. 1,6. 
31, and 86 

Ts. 1 N. and 1 S., R. 9 E., corner sees. 3, 4, 33, 
and 34 



Ts. 1 N. and 1 S. 
and 32 



Ts. 1 N. and 1 S. 
and 36 



Ts. 1 N. and 1 S., R 
and 34 



R. 9 E.. corner sees. 5, 6, 31, 
R. 8 E., corner sees. 1, 2, 35, 
E., corner sees. 3, 4, 33, 



Ts. 1 N. and 1 S., R. 8 E., corner sees. 5, 6, 31 
and 32 



T. 1 N.,Rs. 7 and 8 E. , corner sees. 7, 18, 13, and 12. 

T. 2 N. , Rs. 7 and 8 E. , corner sees. 25, 30, 31, and 36. 

T. 2 N. , Rs. 7 and 8 E. . corner sees. 18, 19, 24, and 13. 

T. 2N., Rs. 7 and 8 E., corner sees. 1, 6, 7, and 12_. 

T. 3 N. . Rs. 7 and 8 E. , comer sees. 25, 30, 31, and 36. 

T. 3 N. , Rs. 7 and 8 E. , corner sees. 18, 19, 24, and 13. 

T. 3K, Rs. 7 and 8 E., corner sees. 1, 6, 7, and 12 . 

Ts. 3 and 4 N., Rs. 7 and 8 E., corner sees. 1, 6, 31, 
and 36 



T. 4 N. , Rs. 7 and 8 E. . corner sees. 19, 30, 24, and 25. 

T. 4N., R. 7E., corner sees. 7, 18, 13, and 12 

Ts. 4 and 5 N.. R. 7 E., corner sees. 1. 6, 31, and 36. 

T. 5 N., Rs. 7 and 8 E., corner sees. 19, 30, 24, and 25. 

T. 5 N., R. 7 E.. corner sees. 7, 18, 13, and 12 

Iron bridge over creek southeast, center of 

T. 6 N., Rs. 7 and 8 E., corner sees. 19, 30. 24. and 25 

T. 6 N., R. 7 E., corner sees. 7, 18, 13, and 12 ___ 

Ts. 6and7N.,R. 7 E.,^ corner between sees, land 36. 

Ts. 7 and 8 N. , Rs. 7 and 8 E. , corner sees. 1,6,31, and 
36 _ 






Ts. 9 and 10 S., Rs. 3 and 4 E., corner sees. 1, 6, 31, 
and 36 



T. 9 S., Rs. 3 and 4 E., corner sees. 24, 19, 30, and 25. 
T. 9 S., R. 3 E., corner sees. 7, 18, 13, and 12 ... 

T.9S., R. 3E., corner sees. 1,6, 7, and 12 

T. 9 S. . R. 3 E. , corner sees. 2, 3, 10, and 11 

T. 9 S. , R. 3 E. , corner sees. 5, 6, 7, and 8 

Ohio-Michigan State line 



40 58 54.1 
40 59 36.5 
40 59 35.9 
40 59 35.4 
40 59 35. 1 
40 59 34. 7 

40 59 34.0 

41 03 02.2 
41 05 40. 1 
41 07 24.8 
41 09 09.5 
41 10 53.0 
41 12 37.6 
41 14 22.2 



41 15 
41 16 
41 18 
41 20 
41 22 
41 23 
41 25 
41 27 
41 29 
41 30 



15.1 
59. 4 
44.4 
30.1 
14.9 
59.3 
59.1 
26.9 
11.3 
55.6 



41 36 10.1 

41 38 30.9 
41 40 13.8 
41 41 57.2 
41 42 49.8 
41 42 50.3 
41 42 47.3 
41 42 46.4 



83 44 47. 9 

83 45 56.3 

83 49 23. 1 

83 51 41.3 

83 53 59. 1 

83 56 17.5 

83 58 36.2 
83- 59 45. 5 
83 59 46.5 
83 59 47. 5 
83 59 48.0 
83 59 49.0 
83 59 50.2 
83 59 51.2 



83 59 
83 59 
83 59 
83 59 
83 59 
83 59 
83 59 
83 59 

83 59 

84 00 



52.1 
54.0 
56.0 
58.2 
57.7 
57.0 
56.0 
55.6 
55.2 
30.1 



83 59 54. 1 

83 59 45.2 
83 59 48.6 
83 59 52.5 

83 59 54.0 

84 02 13. 2 
84 05 43. 1 
84 07 10.1 



58 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [btjix.201. 

Geographic positions along highways from a position near southwest corner of 
the Findlay quadrangle, etc. — Continued. 



Station. 



Schoolhouse, road crossing at 

T. 9 S.. R. 2 E.. corner sees. 3, 4, 9, and 10. on State 
line 

T. 9 S., R. 2 E.. corner sees 8, 9, 16, and 17 

T. 9 S., Rs. 1 and '-2 E.. corner sees. 7, 18, 13, and 12 

T. 9 S.. R. 1 E., corner sees. 13. 14, 23, and 2 i 

T. 9 S., R. 1 E., corner sees. 25, 26, 35, and 36 

T. 10 S.. R. 1 E.. corner sees. 1, 2, 11, and 12. . 

T. 7 N.. R. 5 E.. corner secs.l, 2, 11, and 12 . 

T. 7 N., R. 5 E., corner sees. 13, 14, 23, and 24. . 

T. 6 N., R. 5 E., corner sees. 1, 2,11, and 12.... 

T. 6 N., R. 5 E.. corner sees. 13, 14, 23, and 21 

Ridge ville corners, crossroads at . . 

T. 5 N..R. 5 E.. corner sees. 1. 2, 11, and 12... 

T. 5 N., R. 5 E.. corner sees. 13, 14. 23. and 24 

T. 5 N., R. 5 E., corner sees. 25, 26, 35, and 36 

T. 4 N., R. 5 E.. corner sees. 1. 2. 11. and 12 

T. 4 N.. R. 5 E.. corner sees. 13, 14. 23. and 24. . 

T.4N.. R. 5 E.. corner sees. 25, 26, 35, and 36 

Ts. 3 and 4N..R. 5 E.. corner sees. 1 . 2, 35, and 36 

T. 3 N., R. 5 E.. comer sees, 11 . 12, L3, and 14. . 

T. 3 N., R. 5 E., corner sees. 23, 24, 25, and 26 

Ts. 2 and 3 N., R. 5 E.. corner sees. I, 2, 35, and 36 

T.2N.. R. 5 E.. corner sees. 11, 12, 13, and 14 . . 

T. 2 N., R. 5 E., corner sees. 23, 24, 25, and 26 

Ts. 1 and 2 N., R. 5 E., corner sees. 1 . 2, 35, and 36 

T. 1 N., Rs. 5 and 6 E.. corner sees. 1 . 6, J . and 12 

T. 1 N. , Rs. 5 and 6 E. , comer sees. 25, 30, 31, and 36 

T. IS., Rs. 5 and 6 E., corner sees. 1 . 6, 7 . and 12 . 

T. 1 S., R. 5E.. corner sees. 11, 12, 13, and 14.. 

T. 1 S., R. 5 E., corner sees. 23, 24, 25, and 26... 

Ts. 1 and 2 S., R. 5 E., corner sees. 1,2. 35, and 36 

T. 2 S., R. 5 E.. corner sees. 13, 14, 23, and 24 

T. 2 S., R. 5 E., corner sees. 25, 26, 35, and 36.... 

T. 3 S., R. 5 E., corner sees. 1, 2, 11, and 12 

T. 3 S., R. 5 E.. corner sees. 13, 14, 23, and 24 

T. 3 S. , R. 5 E. , corner sees. 25, 26, 35, 36 

Ts. 3 and 4 S., R. 5 E., corner sees. 1, 2, 35, and 36 



Latitude. 


Longitude. 


41 42 14.7 


84 OS 37.0 


41 42 30.3 


84 10 21.9 


41 41 48.4 


84 11 30.4 


41 41 47.2 


84 13 48.7 


41 40 54.3 


84 14 55. 6 


41 39 08.9 


84 14 54.3 


41 37 24.0 


84 14 52.0 


41 35 12.2 


84 


14 56.0 


il :;:: 27.7 


84 14 :^.:> 


41 30 00. 5 


84 14 53.6 


1! 28 16.1 


84 


14 52. 8 


41 26 15.8 


84 


15 26. 


41 24 46. 9 


84 


14 50.7 


11 23 02.3 


84 


14 49.3 


11 21 17.6 


84 


14 48.0 


11 19 32.5 


84 


14 48.0 


41 17 48.2 


84 


14 48. 


11 10 03.8 


84 14 47.9 


41 15 U.5 


84 


14 47.8 


41 13 26.1 


84 


14 48.6 


41 11 41.7 


84 


14 49.8 


41 09 57.3 


84 


14 50.2 


tl 08 13.0 


84 


14 49.7 


41 06 28. 1 


84 14 48. 4 


41 04 43.4 


S4 


14 47.2 


11 03 52.0 


84 


13 37.7 


41 00 22.3 


84 


13 35.9 


40 58 37.0 


84 


13 34.3 


40 57 42.6 


84 


14 39.7 


40 55 58.8 


84 


14 39.5 


40 54 14.5 


84 


14 38. 1 


40 51 35.6 


84 


14 37.5 


40 49 51.9 


84 


14 37.2 


40 48 07.8 


84 


14 36.3 


40 46 23.6 


84 


14 35.0 


40 44 38.5 


84 


14 33.3 


40 43 46. 1 


84 14 32.8 



WTT.SON, RENSHAWE,"] 
DOUGLAS, GOODE. _| 



OHIO. 



59 



Geographic positions along Erie Railroad from Kemp to Foraker. 



Station. 



Kemp station (Kempton post-office) 

Road crossing, northeast and southwest 

Lima station ... 

Ohi< > Southern Railroad crossing 

T. 4 S., R. 7 E.. corner sees. 3, 4, 9. and 10. . . 
T. 4 S., Rs. 7 and 8 E., corner sees. 1, 6, 7, and 12 

Westminster station 

Harrod station 

Algers station _ _ _ 

T. 4 S., R. 9 E.. corner sees. 8, 7, 16. and 17 _ . 

McGuffey station 

Foraker station 



Latitude. 


Longitude. 


o / 


O 1 II 


40 43 25.6 


84 13 27.6 


40 43 33.9 


84 09 19.0 


40 43 26.4 


84 06 21.9 


40 43 26.5 


84 05 10. 5 


40 43 00. 7 


84 03 06. 3 


40 42 59.7 


83 59 38.7 


40 42 57.2 


83 59 35.3 


40 42 33.9 


83 55 15.9 


40 42 19. 1 


83 50 37.6 


40 42 14. 1 


83 50 31.5 


40 41 40.1 


83 47 05.3 


40 40 46.6 


83 44 21.8 



Geographic positions for control of Westerville quadrangle. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Columbus, Mock road crossing . 


40 00 54.0 


82 59 47.9 


Road northeast and southwest (electric railway) .. 


40 00 49.5 


82 58 03.2 


Cleveland. Akron and Columbus Railway 
(azimuth of railway 194 09) 


crossing 


40 00 49. 1 


82 57 54.3 


Road north and south 




40 00 47. 7 


82 57 24.1 


Alum Creek, south end of bridge ... . . 




40 00 34.7 


82 56 06.5 


Road north and south. 


40 01 13.3 
40 01 08.7 
40 01 08.3 


82 54 41.5 


Road north and south _ 


82 53 03. 1 


Gehanna, center of bridge over Big Walnut River. _ 


82 52 48. 7 


T. 1, Rs. 16 and 17, sees. 1, 2, 3, 4, corner 
north and south ... .... 


of road 


40 01 06.2 
40 01 02.9 


82 52 00. 1 


District No. 11, schoolhouse 




82 50 39.4 


T. 1 . R. 16, corner sees. 2, 1 , 4, 3 




40 00 57.6 
40 01 10.4 


82 49 08.0 


Havens Corners, crossroads 




82 48 54.3 


Road north and south, at schoolhouse 




40 01 09.6 


82 47 23. 4 


Franklin-Licking county line, road north. 




40 01 06.0 


82 46 13.4 


Squire Swishers, road north and south . 




40 00 56.6 


82 45 00.6 


Road east and west 


40 02 33.8 
40 03 07.4 

40 03 02.0 
40 03' 40. 2 


82 44 51.9 


Road east and west . . 


82 44 51.1 


Intersection, road north and road east and west, 
south of schoolhouse . 


82 45 20.8 


Bridge . - - 


82 45 18.0 


Beech, crossroads .. - 


40 04 46.2 
40 05 50.6 


82 45 13.3 


Road east and west 


82 45 14.6 



60 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 
Geographic positions for control of Westerville quadrangle— Continued. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Bridge over branch running west 


40 06 34.0 


o / // 

82 45 11.6 


Intersection of road north and Johnstown road 
northeast and southwest . . . 


40 07 27.0 


82 45 07.5 


Licking. Franklin, and Delaware counties, corner 
of: also corner Ts. 2 and 3, Rs. 15 and 16, sees. 
2 3 4,1 


40 07 33. 8 

40 08 19. 9 


82 45 43.0 


Road west at schoolhouse . - - - 


82 45 39.6 


Road east and west and southeast 


40 09 22.6 


82 45 34.8 


Road east 


40 
40 


10 17.9 
10 14.4 


82 45 30.8 


Road north near Clem Blamer's house ._. . 


82 44 18.6 


Road northwest and southeast 


40 


10 45.2 


82 44 16.2 


Road east and west . _ — 


40 


12 27. 1 


82 44 24.4 


Wm, Feasels, crossroads 


40 13 56.8 


82 44 17.7 


Delaware-Licking county line, road north and south _ 


40 


13 59.0 


82 45 15.3 


Road north 


40 


13 57.7 


82 47 24. 1 


South Condit, crossroads 


40 


14 52. 9 


82 47 20.4 


Road north 


40 

in 


14 44.8 
14 47.4 


82 49 48. 5 


Cleveland, Akron and Columbus crossing (azimuth 
of railway 253 00') 


82 50 42.3 


Big Walnut Creek, center of bridge 


40 


I I 18.6 


82 50 59.3 


Sunbury, Harrison street and Mount Vernon road, 
at Dr. Vankirk's 


40 


14 42.3 


82 51 14.5 


Road northwest and southeast _ 


40 


14 44.4 


82 51 53.6 


Road west to Rome . - - 


40 15 01.5 
40 14 46. 2 


82 52 18.6 




82 53 40.0 


Rome, intersection of roads at guidepost 


40 14 48. 1 


82 54 38. 7 


Johnny Cake schoolhouse. road north and south. _. 


40 


14 17.0 


82 56 22.7 


Cheshire. road north __ .. 


40 
40 

40 
40 
40 


14 19.9 
14 20. 1 

11 22.4 
11 24.9 
14 20.0 


82 57 41.0 


Cheshire, Whitman's store. . . .. 


82 57 45.3 


Cheshire. 1 mile west of, station on Green Spring 
and Columbus line 


82 58 45.8 


District No. ?. schoolhouse. road south 


83 00 22.7 


Big Four Railway < -Tossing (azimuth 176 56 ) 


83 00 46.2 


Columbus-Delaware road 


40 


14 31.9 


83 03 05.7 


Intersection of roads north and south and west 
(about 800 feet below bridge over Olentangy 
River) 


40 
40 
40 


15 10.4 
15 12.1 
15 12,6 


83 03 46.7 


T. 4, R. 19, sees. 1, 2, 3, 4, corner of, road north 
and south . . 


83 04 56.4 


Hocking Valley Railway road crossing, 340 feet 
south of milepost 103 


83 05 08.5 







WILSON, RENSHAW 
DOUGLAS, GOODE 



[ E '] OHIO. 

Geographic positions for control of Mount Sterling quadrangle. 



61 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Mount Sterling, Main street crossing Baltimore and 
Ohio Railroad (Hawkins traverse, 1900) 


39 43 17.6 


83 


16 03.7 


Mount Sterling, road southwest to Washington 
Court-House - 


39 42 59. 3 


83 


16 06.2 


Fayette-Madison county line 


39 41 47.3 


83 


16 16.4 


Jones schoolhouse No. 5 . center of road 


39 40 51.0 


83 


16 16.6 


Old Yankeetown, east and west road 


39 39 41.1 


83 


16 05.8 


Schoolhouse No. 2, road 


39 38 50.6 


83 


16 16.3 


Waterloo, in front of Methodist Church 


39 37 24.7 


83 


15 55.5 


Fayette-Pickaway county line, stone monument.-. 


39 37 01.4 


83 


15 31.0 


Road north and south , ■___ 


39 36 09.4 


83 


16 04.9 


Bridge near Chauncey Dicks _ _ . ^ 


39 35 29.9 


83 


15 56.0 


Pike, northwest and southeast . 


39 34 08.0 
39 33 32.8 


83 
83 


16 13.5 


Pickawav and Fayette counties, road on line of _ 


15 46.9 


New Holland, Main street crossing Cincinnati and 
Muskingum Valley Railroad 


39 33 15.8 


83 


15 26.2 


Road southwest _ _ . __ 


39 31 31.2 
39 30 55.6 


83 

83 


14 43.9 


Ross-Pickaway county line 


14 56.7 


Schoolhouse No. 9, intersection of roads - 


39 30 15.2 
39 28 53.5 


83 
83 


15 03.4 


Brick schoolhouse, District No. 10, crossroads 


14 45.9 


Piano post-office _ . . 


39 29 27.2 


83 


17 07.2 


Fairview. road crossing Cincinati, Hamilton and 
Dayton Railway (azimuth 282° 58') 


39 28 48.5 


83 


18 15.6 


Fairview church, road north 


39 28 42. 1 


83 


19 19.8 


Road north and south . 


39 28 49.6 

39 30 02.2 
39 30 32.8 


83 

83 
83 


20 14.1 


pleasant Grove, southwest corner schoolhouse yard, 
road north . 


21 36.6 


Blacksmith shop, road north and south 


22 39.8 


Bridge over drain south _ _ _ . . 


39 30 50.6 


83 


23 57. 1 


Washington Court-House, north end of bridge over 
Middle Fork Paint Creek, 1 mile south of 


39 31 04.4 


83 


25 01.5 


Ohio Southern Railway crossing near trestle, 480 
feet southeast of milepost 102 


39 30 55. 1 


83 


25 06.5 


Washington Court-House, crossroads on Greenfield 
pike, 2 miles south of 


39 30 34.2 


■ 83 


26 28.8 


Leesburg pike, north and south 


39 30 16.3 


83 


28 22.3 


Snow Hill pike. Ingles schoolhouse, 20 feeth north _ 


39 30 19.6 


83 


29 43. 1 


Jasper Mills, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad cross- 
ing, f mile east of (azimuth 253° 36') 


39 31 19.1 


83 


30 27.0 


Sugar Creek church, intersection of Palmer pike, 
east and west and. road north, about 300 feet 
west of . . 


39 32 54.1 
39 33 59.5 
39 34 26.5 


83 
83 
83 


30 27.5 


Johnstown schoolhouse 


30 19.6 


Township line, stone post 


30 46.4 



62 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 

Geographic posit ions for control of Mount Sterling quadrangle— Continued. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Luray siding Cincinnati. Hamilton and Dayton 
Railway, east switch block 


39 34 36.3 


83 


30 51.6 


Hagler Ohio Southern Railroad crossing 


39 35 16.8 


83 31 


Washington- Jefferson pike, northwest and south- 


39 35 41.1 
39 36 08.6 


83 
83 


30 46. 2 


Blackoak schoolhouse, platform in front of _. . 


30 29.8 


Paint Creek west end of bridge over 


39 37 10.1 


83 


29 17.2 


McDill's blacksmith shop, road east and west 


39 38 58.3 


83 30 01.1 


Paint Creek center of bridge over 


39 39 35.3 


83 


30 16.7 


Paint Creek, south end of iron bridge over . . 


39 39 49. 9 


83 


30 17.2 


Pike west at small bridge 


39 40 31.3 


83 31 


Maple Grove schoolhouse 


39 41 47.6 


83 


30 15.2 


Fayette- Madison County, stone monument . . 


39 42 29.9 


83 


30 10.1 


Hayes schoolhouse, road east and west 


39 42 51.4 


83 


29 52.4 


Sedalia, Ohio Southern Railroad crossing, f mile 
southwest of 


39 43 28.7 


83 29 17.4 


Sedalia. South Solon pike, east and west . 


39 44 01.4 


83 


29 06.5 


Sedalia, intersection Main street and road east and 
west 


39 44 00. 5 
:;«i 43 .V>. 9 


83 
83 


28 36.7 


Bridge over creek northeast _ . 


25 45.2 


Range, London pike northwest 


:•>!> 43 55.5 


83 


25 31.7 


Bethel, M. E. Church, crossroads at 


39 43 48.8 
39 43 52. 


83 
83 


23 37.4 


Bridge over branch south 


22 16.6 


Chenowith, road north . . 


39 t:*» 51.6 


83 


21 25. 1 


Sugar Run bridge 


::«) 43 49.7 


83 


19 53.9 


Road south at schoolhouse 


39 43 48. 8 
::i) 13 48.7 


83 
83 


19 11.5 


Mount Sterling, London pike. \ mile north of 


16 17.2 


Stokes-Range township monument 


39 44 02. 8 


83 


30 07.8 


Sedalia, 2 miles west of, center of South Solon 
pike, in front of Jim Chapman's gate 


39 13 59.8 


83 


31 02.3 







Geographic positions between Green Spring and Columbus, along or near the 

(-third meridian. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


T. 3 N., R. 16 E., corner sees. 3, 2, 11, and 10 

T. 3 N., R. 16 E., coner sees. 10, 11, 14, and 15, road 
east and west .... 


41 14 29.4 
41 13 37.0 
41 12 44.7 
41 11 51.4 


O 1 II 

82 59 40.2 
82 59 40.6 


T. 3 N., R. 16 E., corner sees. 15, 14, 23, and 22, 
road east and west 


82 59 41.4 


T. 3 N., R. 16 E., corner sees. 22, 23, 26, and 27. 
road east and west, schoolhouse 


82 59 42.2 



WILSON, HKNSHAWE 
DOUGLAS, GOODE 



E ] ohio. 63 

Geographic positions between Green Spring and Columbus, etc.— Continued. 



Station. 



Latitude. 



Longitude. 



T. 3 N., R. 16 E., corner sees. 27, 26, 35, and 34, road 
east and west 



Ts. 2 and 3 N. , R. 16 E. , comer sees. 34, 35, 2, and 3, 
road east and west (jogs east 50 feet, then turns 
south) 

T. 2 N., R. 16 E., corner sees. 3, 2, 11, and 10 . . 

T.2N.. R. 16 E.. corner sees. 10, 11, 14, and 15 _ . 

T.2N.. R. 16 E., corner sees. 15, 14, 23, and 22, road 
east and west 

T. 2 N.,R. 16 E., corner sees. 27, 26. 35, and 34. 
road east and west 



Ts. 1 and 2N..R. 16 E., corner sees. 34, 35, 2, and 3, 
road east and west 



T. 1 N.. R. 16 E., corner sees. 3, 2, 11, and 10, road 
east 

T. 1 N.. R. 16 E., corner sees. 10. 11, 14, and 15, 
pike east . 

Bloom ville, Pennsylvania Railroad crossing, 290 
feet east of switch block (azimuth of railway 
308° 55') ..... 



T. 1 N., R. 16 E., corner sees. 15, 14, 23, and 22, 
roads east and west and northwest 



T. 1 N., R. 16 E.. corner sees. 22, 23, 26, and 27 
road east and west 



T. 1 N., R. 16 E., corner sees. 27, 26, 35, and 34, 
road east and west 



Ts. 1 N". and 1 S.. R. 16 E., corner sees. 34, 35, 2, 
and 3, road east and west 



T. IS.. R. 16 E.. corner sees. 3, 2. 11, and 10, road 
east and west 



T. 1 S., R. 16 E., corner sees. 10, 11. 14, and 15, 
road east and west 



Northern Ohio Railway and road crossing (azi- 
muth west 89° 50' ) 



T. 1 S., R. 16 E.. corner sees. 14, 15, 23, and 22, road 
east and west . 



T. 1 S., R. 16 E., corner sees. 22. 23, 26, and 27, road 
east and west 



T. 1 S., R. 16 E., corner sees. 27, 26, 35, and 34, road 
east and west 



Ts. 1 and 2 S.. R. 16 E., corner sees. 34, 35, 2, and 
3, road east and west 



Broken Sword, cross roads at Ts. 1 and 2 S., R. 16 
E. , corner sees. 33, 34, 3, 4 

T. 2 S., R. 16 E., corner sees. 3, 4, 10, and 9, road 
east and west 



T. 2 S., R. 16 E., corner sees. 9, 10. 15, and 16, road 
east and west 



-11 


10 59.4 


41 


10 08.1 


41 


09 


12.8 


41 


OS 


20.4 


41 


07 


28.2 


41 


05 


43.5 


41 


01 


51.3 


41 


03 


57.9 


41 


03 


05. 5 


41 


02 


40.8 


41 


02 


13.3 


41 


01 


21.1 


41 


00 


28.9 


40 


59 


36. 2 


40 


58 45.3 


40 


57 


52.9 


40 


57 


26.5 


40 


57 


00.2 


40 56 07.9 


40 


55 


15.5 


40 


54 23.4 


4(i 


54 23.3 


40 


53 30.4 


40 


52 


38.2 



82 59 43.4 

82 59 46.4 
82 59 44.9 
82 59 45.5 

82 59 45.6 

82 59 45.6 

82 59 45.6 

82 59 45.9 

82 59 46.5 

82 59 56.6 
82 59 46.8 
82 59 48.2 
82 59 47.8 
82 59 49.6 
82 59 49.7 
82 59 49.7 
82 59 49.9 
82 59 49.9 
82 59 50.0 
82 59 50.4 

82 59 50.8 

83 00 59.4 
83 00 59.9 
83 00 59.9 



64 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 
Geographic position* behveen Green Spring and Columbus, etc.— Continued. 



Station. 



T. 2 S.,R. 16 E., corner sees. 16, 15, 22, and 21, road 
east and west, schoolhouse 

Ohio Central Railway, at road crossing (azimuth 
L26 82') 

Ts. 2 and 3 S.. R. 16 E.. corner sees. 33, 84. 3, and 4. 

Bucyrus: Pennsylvania Railroad crossing. 2 miles 
west of (azimuth 278 52') 

T. 3 S., R. 16 E., comer sees. 4. 3. 10. and 9. road 
east and west . 

Northeast and southwest pike road and road south. 

Marion City, road northeast and southwest .. 

Columbus. Sandusky & Hocking Railroad crossing 
(azimuth 34 22') 

Road east and west 

Ts. 3 and 4 S., R. 16 E., corner sees. 34, 35, 2. and 8. 
road west - 



Latitude. 



Road east and west 

Crawford and Marion comity line, road east and 
west 

Kirkpatrick, road east and west- - 

T. 4 S., R. 16 E. ? corner sees. 21, 22, 28, and 27, road 
east and west 

Road east and west . . 

Erie Railroad crossing (azimuth 248° 04') 

T. 5 S., R. 16 E., i corner between sees. 15 and 10 

T. 5 S., R. 16 E., corner sees. 15, 11. 23, and 22 

T. 5 S.. R. 16 E., corner sees. 22,23, 26, and 27, road 
northeast, due east of 

Road east and west 

T. 6S., R. 16 E.. corner sees. 3, 2, 11, and 10 



T. 6 S., R. 16 E.. corner sees. 10, 11, 14, and 15, road 
east and west 

T. 6 S. , R. 16 E. , corner sees. 15, 14, 23. and 22, road 
east and west . 

T. 6 S. , R. 16 E. , corner sees. 22, 23, 26, and 27, road 
east and west (church) 

Road east and west 

Marion Morrow, county line 

Corner lots 15. 14, 20, and 21, road east and west. - . 

T. 7 N., R. 18 W., corner lots 21, 22, 20, and 19, 
crossroads 



T 7 N., R. 18 W., corner lots 12, 9, 8, and 13, road 
north and south 



Westfield, \ mile west of, center of bridge over 
Whetstone River 



40 51 46. 1 

40 50 49.8 
40 49 08.5 

40 48 41.4 

40 48 16.3 
40 47 38.8 
40 46 38. 5 

40 46 31. 7 
40 14 47.4 

40 43 55.0 
40 43 03.9 

40 12 11.1 
40 41 18.9 

in lo 26.3 
40 39 07.4 

lo 37 05.3 
40 36 56.8 
40 36 04.6 

10 35 12.2 
40 33 43. 1 
40 32 34.0 

40 31 42.0 

49 30 48.9 

40 29 56.0 

40 29 29. 7 
40 29 08. 1 
40 28 20. 1 

40 27 21.6 

40 27 18.2 

40 25 56.8 



Longitude. 



83 00 59.8 

83 00 59. 5 
83 00 59.4 

83 01 03.2 

83 01 02.5 
82 59 5:5.4 
82 59 52.7 

82 59 14.9 
82 59 29.9 

82 59 42.5 

82 59 59.4 

83 00 15.6 
83 00 80.7 

83 00 58.0 
83 01 08.7 
83 01 44.8 
83 00 18.4 
82 59 44. 1 

82 59 48.5 
82 59 44.9 
82 59 44. 1 

82 59 44.2 

82 59 43.8 

82 59 44.2 

82 59 44.6 

83 00 25. 9 
83 00 27.9 

83 00 82.0 

82 59 21.7 

82 59 13.2 



WILSON, RENSHAWB,"] ntJTn , r 

DOUGLAS, GOODE. J UM1U. (y& 

Geographic positions between Green Spring and Columbus, etc.— Continued. 



Station. 



T.6N., R. 18 W., corner lots 13, 8, 7, and 14, pike 
east and west, schoolhouse 

Crossroads corner lots 15 (turn east) 

Schoolhouse (turn south) 

Leonardsburg, 840 feet northeast of Big Four sta- 
tion .... 

Leonardsburg, 1 mile southwest of, road crossing. 

Road northeast and southwest 

Corner lots 19, 12, 11, and 20 

Big Four Railway crossing _ 

T.5N.,R. 18 W., sec. 3, lots 22 and 23, (Edin-Dela- 
ware Pike northeast and southwest) _ 

Pike east and west, where old railroad crosses 

On pike running southeast and northwest, road 
south 

Road east and west . . . . 

Road west to Berlin station 

T.4N., R. 18 W., sees. 2, 1, 4, 3 

Cheshire, 1 mile west of, State road north and south. 

Road east and west 

Road east and west 

T.3N., R. 18 W., corner sees 2, 1, 4, 3 ._ 

Road east and west 

Road east 

Delaware-Franklin county line, road east 

Crossing under Big Four Railway, turn south on 
railway . 

Flint, road crossing 210 feet north of station 

Road crossing 

Worthington, £ mile south of, junction Columbus, 
Sandusky and Hocking Valley and Big Four 
railways _ # 

Road crossing 

Road crossing . 

Mock road crossing, east and west 

Columbus, intersection North Fourth street and 
Wyandotte avenue 

Columbus, intersection North High street and 
West Lane avenue 



Latitude. 



40 24 43.0 
40 23 49. 9 

40 23 48.8 

40 21 34.5 
40 20 39.4 
40 19 58.3 
40 19 53.7 
40 19 53.6 

40 18 32. 7 
40 17 46. 6 



40 17 
40 16 
40 15 
40 14 
40 14 
40 12 
40 11 
40 10 
40 09 
40 08 
40 08 



17.7 
08.1 
16.6 
58.2 
22. 4 
59.2 
54.2 
26.2 
26.0 
44.7 
10.2 



40 08 07.6 
40 07 38.3 
40 06 33.3 

40 05 10.9 
40 03 42.0 
40 01 58. 6 
40 00 54. 1 

40 00 36.3 

40 00 21.9 



Longitude. 



83 00 04.2 
83 00 10.6 
82 59 40. 7 

82 59 14.5 
82 59 50.3 
82 59 53.5 

82 59 53.5 

83 00 33.0 

83 00 37. 8 
83 00 59.2 



83 00 
83 00 
82 59 
82 59 
82 58 
82 59 
82 59 
82 59 
82 59 

82 59 

83 00 



57.2 
02.2 
35.1 
11.9 
45.9 
04.8 
24.0 
31.8 
42.3 
58.4 
16.4 



83 00 19.0 
83 00 16.9 
83 00 12. 3 

83 00 06.4 
83 00 00.0 
82 59 52.6 
82 59 47.9 

82 59 53.4 

83 00 33. S 



Bull. 201—02- 



66 PRIMARY TKIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 



Geographic position* along highways from Oak Harbor west to about meridian 
88° 15' , thence south following near said meridian to about parallel 41° 15" 
thence east following near said parallel to a point nearly south of the United 
States Lake Survey triangulation station Townsend. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Oak Harbor station. 700 feet east of. crossing 


41 

( 21 

1 41 


31 11.8 

00 00.0 
28 21.1 


O 1 II 

83 08 44.4 


T. 6 N., R. 14 E., corner sees. 15, 16, 21, and 22, road 
east and west -- - 


| 83 14 28.4 
83 14 28.0 




41 


27 54.9 


Road east - - 


41 


26 37.0 


83 14 26.5 


Lake Shore Railway (azimuth 314° 41' 20") 


41 


25 58.1 


83 14 25.8 


T. 5 N., R. 14 E., corner sees. 3. 4. 9. and 10, road 
east .- 


41 

41 
41 


24 49.5 

24 03.5 
22 13.4 


83 14 26.4 


Hessville. crossing electric railway in southeast 
part - - - - - 


83 14 32.6 


Road east and west 


83 13 23.8 


T. 5 N..R. 14 E.. corner sees. 26. 27. 34. and 35. 
road east and west 


41 


21 21.2 


83 13 25.7 


Ts. 4 and 5 N.. R. 14 E., corner sees. 2, 3, 3 1 . and 35. 


40 20 29. 1 


83 13 27.9 


Corner sees. 2. 3, L0, and 11, road east and west 


41 


19 33.0 


83 13 32.7 


Road east and west . 


41 


16 :>:>.'A 


83 14 07.6 


Lake Erie and Western Railroad (azimuth 48° 50')- 


41 


16 37.3 


83 14 07.3 


Roads north, east, south, and west 


41 


16 02.6 


83 14 06.8 


Road southwest 


41 


16 05.6 


83 12 21.8 


Road northeast 


41 

41 


16 17. 2 
15 43.4 


83 12 08.6 


Road north, south, east, and west . . 


83 11 16.4 


Road north and south . 


41 
41 


15 45. 1 
15 47.7 


83 10 04.8 


T. 4 N., R. 15 E., center section 33 


83 08 26.4 


T. 4 N., R. 15 E.. i corner between sees. 33 and 3 1 


41 


15 48. 7 


83 07 52.5 


Ts. 3 and 4N..R. 15 E., corner sees. 3, 4,33, and 34. 


41 


15 22. 1 


83 07 53.9 


Ts. 3 and 4 N.. R. 15 E.. corner sees. 2, 3, 34, and 

35, road north 


41 

41 

41 
41 


15 22.9 

15 23.5 

15 23.7 
15 23.3 


83 06 44.3 


Ts. :; and 4 N. . R. 15 E.. corner sees. 1 . 2, 35, and 36. 
road north and south 


83 05 31.4 


Ts. 3 and 4 N.. Rs. 15 and 16 E., corner sees. 1. 6, 
31 . and 36. road north 


83 04 21.9 


Ts. 3 and 4N..R. 16 E., corner sees. 5. 6. 31 . and 32. 


83 03 15.6 


Green Spring, crossing main street.. 


41 
41 


15 23.2 

15 22.8 


83 03 07.4 


Big Four Railway crossing (azimuth 227° 28) 


83 02 52.5 


Ts. 3 and 4 N.. R. 16 E.. corner sees. 3. 4. 33, and 34. 


41 


15 20.2 


83 00 49. 1 


New York, Chicago and St. Louis Railroad cross- 
ing... 


41 
41 


15 20.1 
15 20.2 


83 00 46. 8 


Ts. 3 and 4 N., R. 16 E., corner sees. 2, 3, 34. and 
35 . road south 


82 59 39.5 



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douglas, goode. 



OHIO. 



67 



Geographic positions along highways from Oak Harbor, etc.— Continued. 



Station. 



Ts. 3 and 4N..R. 16E., corner sees. 1, 2, 35, and 
36, road north and south 

Ts. 3 and 4 N.. Rs. 16 and 17 E., corner sees. 1, 6, 
31 , and 36, road north and south 



Ts. 3 and 4 N., R. 17 E., corner sees. 5, 6, 
32, road north and south 



31, and 



Ts. 3 and 4 N.. R. 17 E.. corner sees. 4, 5, 32, and 
34, road north and south 

Ts. 3 and 4 N.. R. 17 E.. corner sees. 3, 4, 33, and 
34, road north and south 

Road northeast and southwest 

Road north and south 

Hocking Valley Railway (azimuth 207° 25') _. 

Road north and south 

Lake Shore Railway (azimuth 307 31 ' ) 

Road north and south 

Road northwest 

Monroe ville. north part of, Baltimore and Ohio 
Railroad crossing 



Road northeast and southwest 

Road north and south 

Norwalk. corner Whittsey and Washington streets. 

Norwalk, junction Lake Erie and Lake Shore rail- 
ways 

T. 3 N., R. 22 E.. corner sees. 1, 2. 3, and 4 

Road north and south 

Road north and south 

Road north and south 

Townsend, United States Lake Survey triangula- 
tion station 



Latitude. 



41 15 20.4 

41 15 20.2 

41 15 2o.() 

41 15 19.6 

41 15 19.2 

41 15 18.7 

41 15 18.5 

41 15 18.3 

41 14 49.8 

41 15 34.5 

41 15 34.6 

41 15 21.8 

41 15 02.5 
41 15 00. 8 
41 14 59.5 
41 14 58. 7 

41 14 52.4 

41 14 58. 9 

41 14 58.0 

41 14 56.7 

41 14 53.5 

41 15 43.5 



Longitude. 



82 58 30.6 

82 57 21.1 

82 56 11.4 

S2 r^ 02. 1 

82 52 52.2 
82 52 19.1 
82 51 32.5 
82 50 48.6 
82 48 09.2 
82 46 58.4 
82 45 50.9 
82 44 43. 4 

82 41 52.2 
82 41 04.0 
82 39 55.2 
82 37 12.6 

82 36 09.6 
82 35 25.8 
82 33 57.6 

82 31 58.0 
82 29 30.8 

82 29 00.6 



68 



PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull .201. 



Geographic positions from Townsend triangulation station eastward along or 
near parallel 41° 15' to meridan 82° 15', thence northward to Brownhelm trian- 
gulation station of the United States Lake Survey. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longi tilde. 




41 


14 51.6 


82 


28 01.8 


T. 4 N., Rs. 20 and 21 W., corner sees. 1,2, 3, and 4. 


41 


14 50.7 


82 


26 32 6 


Wakeman, road north through center of 


41 


14 51.0 


82 


24 08.4 


T.4N., R. 20 W., corner sees. 1, 2, 8, and 4 . 


41 


14 51.5 


82 


23 31.1 


Road north and south 


41 


14 16.8 


82 


21 40.8 


Road north - 


41 


14 16.5 


82 


20 50.5 


Road north . . 


41 


n 15.7 


82 


19 56.3 


T. 4, R. 19, lots 29, 28, 4, and 5, corner between sub- 
districts 3 and 4 


41 


14 15.3 


82 


18 16.2 


Road north and south . . .... 


41 


14 15.3 


82 


17 22.8 


T. 4 N., Rs. 18 and 19, corner between subdis- 
tricts 3 and 4 


41 


14 14.7 


82 


16 06.9 


Road north and south 


41 


14 14.1 


82 


15 23. 1 


T. 4, R. 18. T. lots 75, 76, 85, and 86, Center Pitts- 
field 


41 
41 


14 13.4 
14 13.4 


82 
82 


13 07. 1 


Crossing electric railway, run north on railway 


13 06.8 


Road east and west 


41 


15 55.0 


82 


13 03.0 


Crossing Lake Shore Railway 


41 


16 53.1 


82 


14 12.6 


Road east and west 


41 
41 


17 40.6 

18 32.3 


82 
82 


14 19.0 


T. 5, R. 18, corner lots 53. 54,63, and 64, road east 


14 17.1 


South Amherst, cross roads at 


41 


21 27.2 


82 


14 26.0 


Crossing Lake Shore at stone quarry No. 6 


41 


22 09.7 


82 15 11.0 


Crossing Lake Shore at stone quarry No. 6 


41 


22 14.1 


82 


15 10.9 




41 


22 42.8 


82 


15 10.6 


Shore Rice, in front of machine shop _ _ 


41 


22 46.3 


82 


15 26.9 


T. 6, R. 19, corner lots 38, 39, 42, and 43, Brown- 
helm post-office 


41 


23 20.9 


82 


16 58.1 


Brownhelm, United States Lake Survey triangu- 
lation station. 


41 


23 18.5 


82 


18 28.8 







ALABAMA. 

PRIMARY TRAVERSE. 

The following geographic positions were determined from primary 
traverse in 1901 by Mr. George T. Hawkins, topographer. The line 
starts from United States Coast and Geodetic Survey triangulation sta- 
tion Kahatehee and follows the Central of Georgia Railway to Opelika, 
thence by the Western Railway of Alabama to Montgomery and con- 
nected with the capitol dome. 



WTLSON, BBNSHAWK 
DOUGLAS, GOODE. 



?] 



ALABAMA. 



69 






Geographic positions along Central of Georgia Railway. 



Station. 



Zuber, road crossing at 

Sylacauga, crossing of Louisville and Nashville 
Railroad 

Trammels, road crossing at 

Hollins station 

Parkdale, road crossing at . _'. 

Goodwater station . 

Milepost 85, road crossing 900 feet north of 

Milepost 84, road crossing 1,400 feet north of 

Milepost 84, road crossing 550 feet south of 

Siding, road crossing 500 feet south of 

Mileposts 82 and 83, road crossing between _ . . 

Kellyton station 

Kelly ton, road crossing i mile southeast of 

Kellyton, road crossing at county line southeast of 

Milepost 78. road crossing 400 feet north of 

Alexander, main street crossing at 

Milepost 71 , road crossing £ mile south of 

Tallapoosa bridge, northeast end of ironwork 

Tallapoosa bridge, southeast end of ironwork 

Sturdevant station 

Jacksons Gap, road crossing at 

Milepost 63, road crossing south of 

Section line, east and west, road crossing on. _ 

Mileposts 61 and 62, road crossing between 

Dadeville, main street crossing 

Siding, road crossing at 

Campbell, road crossing at 

Campbell station 

Ross, road crossing i mile southeast of 

Milepost 46, road crossing at 

County line, north and south road crossing at 

Waverly , road crossing at 

Waverly station 

Milepost 41 , road crossing near 

Goldhill station 

Milepost 37, road crossing £ mile southeast of 

Aubrey, road crossing at 



Latitude. 



33 13 55.8 

33 10 25.0 
33 07 23. 7 
33 07 03. 2 
33 05 52.5 
33 03 51.8 
33 02 17. 7 
33 01 32. 6 
33 01 14.2 
33 00 32.9 
33 00 00. 2 
32 58 48.6 
32 58 29.0 
32 58 04.3 
32 57 81.1 
32 56 42. 1 
32 55 12. 
32 54 51.6 
32 54 46. 
32 54 32. 2 
32 53 13. 7 
32 53 07.4 
32 52 41.7 
32 52 28. 9 
32 50 06.3 
32 49 21.2 
32 48 01.6 
32 47 59.1 
32 46 35.4 
32 45 32.3 
32 45 32.2 
32 44 08.0 
32 44 07. 8 
32 44 00.6 
32 43 25.8 
32 42 22.4 
32 40 02.4 



Longitude. 



86 18 02.0 

86 15 01.9 
86 12 05.4 
86 09 05.3 
86 06 42.0 
86 03 06. 
86 02 06.4 
86 01 56.8 
86 02 03. 7 
86 02 00.3 
86 01 58.6 
86 01 55.9 
86 01 33.8 
86 00 13.2 
85 59 32.6 
85 57 12.0 
85 54 16.2 
85 52 48. 9 
85 52 42.9 
85 52 33. 3 
85 48 40. 9 
85 47 10.4 
85 46 39.5 
85 46 26. 1 
85 45 24. 3 
85 41 39.7 
85 39 10.4 
85 39 10.6 
85 38 00. 6 
85 36 25.3 
85 35 35.8 
85 34 34. 1 
85 34 33. 3 
85 32 33.3 
85 30 29. 2 
85 28 39.8 
85 27 14.5 



70 PRIMAKY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 

Geographic position* along Western Railway of Alabama. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Opelika, point on Western Railway of Alabama 15 
feet east of water tank 


32 38 25.5 


/ // 
85 23 23.7 


Auburn, road crossing east of - 


32 36 37. 1 


85 28 48.0 


Auburn station - - _ - 


32 36 36.3 

32 35 58.5 


85 28 51.6 


Milepost 55. road crossing' £ mile west of - 


85 32 54.7 


Loachapoka station 


32 36 14.4 


85 35 54.6 


Mileposts 51 and 52. road crossing between 


32 36 15. 1 


85 36 06.0 


Milepost 49, road crossing ^ mile west of 


32 35 26.5 


85 38 30.6 


Notasulga station 


32 33 41.9 


85 40 11.1 


Milepost 41, road crossing 550 feet southwest of 


32 29 34.6 


85 41 47.0 


Chehaw station 


32 28 52. s 
32 28 53. 1 


85 42 50.9 


Clough, road crossing at 


85 45 48.9 


Franklin, road crossing at . . 


32 28 42. !) 


85 47 58.6 


Franklin station . 


32 28 41.3 
32 27 52.4 


85 48 10.9 


Cowles station 


85 51 56.6 


Cowles, crossing at 


32 27 50.1 


85 51 59.2 


Milstead station 


32 26 34. 1 
32 26 26.0 


85 53 50.5 


Milepost 27. crossing near. . . 


85 54 33.2 


Shorter station . 


32 24 55.0 
32 24 07.0 


85 58 00.6 


Clietts station 


85 59 52.0 


Mount Meigs station . . 


32 23 55. 1 


86 06 28.6 


Milepost 9, road crossing i mile east of 


32 25 01.3 


86 11 17.9 


Sevenmile siding, north and south road crossing 
near west end of- 


33 25 32.9 
32 35 23. 1 


86 13 29.4 


Mileposts 3 and 4, gravel road crossing between . _ 


86 17 03.2 


Montgomery, capitol dome at 


32 22 39.9 


86 18 01.8 







INDIAXA-1 LLINOIS. 



PRIMARY TRAVERSE. 



The following geographic positions were determined by primary 
traverse by Mr. George T. Hawkins, topographer, in August, 1901. 

The line starts from an adjusted position established by primary 
traverse in 1899 near Evansville, and follows the Evansville and Terre 
Haute Railroad to Vincennes, where it was tied to the Coast and Geo- 
detic Survey astronomic pier. From a point on this line at Princeton, 
Ind., a line was run along the Air Line Railroad to Mount Carmel, 
111., thence by Louisville and Nashville Railroad to Evansville, Ind., 
and tied to original point. 



WILSON, HENSHAW 
DOUGLAS, GOODE. 



E '] 



INDIANA-ILLINOIS. 



71 



Geographic positions along the Evansville and Terre Haute Railroad, from 
Evansville to Vincennes. 



Station. 



Junction point ( 1899) 

T. 6. E. 10, i corner sees. 16 and 21 

Church, | mile northwest of. section corner at road. 

Inglefield, road crossing at . . . 

Inglefield station 

T. 5, R. 10 W. , corner sees. 5 and 6 

Stagers, road crossing at 

St. James, road crossing at 

Haubstadt station 

Fort Branch, corner sees. 13 and 18 _ _ 

Fort Branch station 

King , road crossing at 

Princeton station 

Patoka station 

North and south road crossing, telephone line . . 

Hazelton station 

Decker station 

Siding, road crossing at 

Road crossing, telephone line 

Vincennes court-house, center of cupola (United 
States standard) 

Vincennes. astronomic latitude and longitude sta- 
tion ( United States standard) 



Latitude. 



37 58 

37 59 

38 03 
38 06 
38 06 
38 07 
38 08 
38 10 
38 12 
38 14 
38 14 
38 18 
38 21 
38 24 
38 26 
38 29 
38 31 
38 35 
38 37 



56.0 

35. 7 
06. 

33. ; 

36.6 
27.1 
58.4 
57.4 
18. 5 
47.2 
56.1 
17.5 
22.3 
15.4 
12.2 
20.4 
10.7 
39.2 
58.2 



Longitude. 



38 40 35.2 
38 40 35.7 



87 32 
87 32 
87 32 
87 33 
87 33 
87 33 
87 33 
87 34 
87 34 
87 34 
87 34 
87 34 
87 34 
87 35 
87 34 
87 32 
87 31 
87 31 
87 30 



14.5 
14.1 
41.2 
30.7 
31.0 
49.5 
43.3 
13.8 
24.1 
32.7 
43.7 
31.3 
24.8 
11.9 
18.7 
33.4 
36.3 
14.4 
46.0 



87 31 37.3 



87 31 35.0 



Geographic positions along the Air Line Railroad from Princeton, Ind. , to Mount 

CarmeL III. 



Station 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


INDIANA. 

Princeton, 4 miles west of, north and south road 
crossing 

North and south road crossing, telephone line . 

T. 1 S.. R. 12 W., corner sees. 27, 28, 33. and 34... 

ILLINOIS. 

Mount Carmel station. Air Line Railroad 


/ /' 

38 22 17.3 
38 22 50.0 
38 23 36. 1 

38 24 16. 2 


/ // 

87 39 13.2 
87 41 10. 1 

87 44 12.8 

87 45 25.7 







72 PRIMARY TRIANGT7LATI0N AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 
Geographic positions along Big Four Railway from Mount Carmel to Car mi, HI. 



Station. 



Latitude. 



Longitude. 



Air Line and Big Four Railway Junction, point 
300 feet southwest of, on Big Four Railway .... 

T. IS., R. 12 W. , center sec. 30 

Schrodt's, road crossing at 

Keen station - 

T. 2 S., R. 13 W., i corner between sees. 18 and 19 

Cowling station 

Grayville station, Big Four Railway . - - 

Grayville. crossing at ferry 

Calvin, | mile northeast of, corner on township 
line 

Calvin station 

T. 4. S., Rs. 10 and 11 W.. corner sees. 7. 12, 13, 
and 18 

Crossville station 

Road crossing, north and south 

Carmi, junction of Big Four and Louisville and 
Nashville Railroads 



38 24 34.2 
38 24 06. 2 
38 22 59. 6 

38 21 08.8 
38 20 04.8 
38 18 41.2 
38 15 36.9 
38 15 27. 7 

38 12 59.0 
38 12 36.0 

38 11 02.3 
38 09 50.2 
38 08 05. 2 

38 05 47.4 



87 46 27.8 
87 47 13.9 
87 49 21.3 
87 52 02.6 
87 54 00.0 
87 56 13.1 
87 59 29.4 

87 59 27.7 

88 00 38.8 

88 01 01.7 

88 02 23.5 
88 03 49.4 
88 05 43.7 

88 09 20.4 



Geographic positions along Louisville and Nashville Railroad from Carmi, III., to 

Evansville, Ltd. 



Station. 



Latitude. 



Longitude. 



ILLINOIS. 



Epworth, road crossing at 

T. 5 S., R. 10 W., corner sees. 21, 22, 27, and 
Maumee, road crossing at 



38 04 17.7 
38 04 05.9 
38 02 10. 5 



88 06 20.2 
88 05 46.9 
88 02 45.9 



INDIANA. 

T. 6 S., R. 14 W., corner sees. 8, 9, 16, and 17 

Section line north and south, road crossing on 

Upton, road crossing at 

Mt. Vernon station 

T,7S.,R. 13 W., center sec. 3 

Ts. 6 and 7 S., R. 13 W., corner sees. 1 , 2, 35, and 36. 

Caborus, road crossing at 

T. 6 S., R. 12 W., corner sees. 21, 22, 27, and 28.... 

St. Phillips, road crossing at 

North Howell, crossing Louisville and Nashville 
Railroad and street-car line 



38 00 
37 59 
37 57 
37 56 
37 56 
37 57 
37 58 
37 58 
37 58 



42.7 
50.4 
49.9 
24.2 
40.9 
05.8 
19.2 
46.5 
56.2 



87 59 
87 59 
87 57 
87 53 
87 51 
87 49 
87 47 
87 45 
87 42 



13.8 
13.1 
37.3 
48.3 
32.0 
51.2 
26.1 
11.7 
56.9 



37 58 21.3 



87 36 32.0 



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DOUGLAS, GOODE. 



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MICHIGAN. 



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Geographic positions along Belt Railway, Evansville. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Evansville, crossing Belt Railway and Howell 
street-car line 


/ // 

37 58 54. 9 
37 59 36.3 
37 59 36.5 


/ // 

87 35 24 7 


Evansville, crossing Belt and I. C. Railroads 

T. 6, R. 10, corner sees. 16, 17, 20, and 21 .. 


87 35 01.8 
87 32 47.0 







MICHIGAN. 

PRIMARY TRAVERSE. 

The following geographic positions were determined by primary 
traverse in 1901 by Mr. George T. Hawkins, topographer. 

The line starts from the Presbyterian Church spire at Tecumseh, 
located by the United States Lake Survey, and follows the Lake Shore 
and Michigan Southern Railway to Ann Arbor, thence along Ann 
Arbor Railroad to New Hudson, thence along wagon road to Novi, 
thence along Pere Marquette Railroad to Detroit, and connected with 
the United States Lake Survey triangulation station, St. Paul's Church 

spire. 

Geographic positions between Tecumseh and Chelsea. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Tecumseh, Presbyterian Church spire 


/ // 

42 00 15.0 


/ // 

83 56 54.6 


T. 5 S. , R. 4 E. , i corner between sees. 8 and 9 


42 03 36.3 


83 58 01.0 


Clinton station, Lake Shore and Michigan Southern 
Railway 


42 04 06.4 


83 58 24. 1 


Ts. 4 and 5. S. , township line between _ 


42 04 42. 6 


83 58 33.0 


T. 4 S. , R. 4 E. , i corner between sees. 20 and 29. . . . 


42 06 27.7 


83 58 44. 5 


River Raisin, crossing at r-_ _ _ . 


42 07 19.4 


83 58 57.8 


T. 3 S. , R. 3 E. , corner sees. 25, 26, 35, and 36 


42 10 35.8 


84 01 55. 7 


T. 3 S., R. 3 E., corner sees. 13, 14, 25, and 26 


42 11 29.4 


84 01 57.5 


Forks of three roads near house 


42 14 22. 8 


84 02 14. 7 


T. 2 S. , R. 3 E. , corner sees. 25, 26, 35, and 36 


42 15 29.2 


84 02 03. 2 


Forks of road at cemetery . . . _ _ _ 


42 16 48.2 


84 01 54. 3 







Geographic positions along Michigan Central Railroad, Chelsea to Ann Arbor. 


Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Chelsea station ... 


/ // 

42 19 09.7 
42 19 31.1 
42 20 22.5 
42 20 25. 7 
42 19 27.9 
42 19 49.5 
42 17 24.9 


84 01 10.8 


T. 2 S.. R. 4 E., corner sees. 3, 4, 9. and 10 


83 57 32.9 


Dexter, crossing under railroad west of . . . . 


83 53 32.8 


Dexter station 


83 53 03. 1 


Scio, road crossing at 

Delhi station . . . _ . 


83 50 20. 2 

83 48 37. 1 


Ann Arbor and Michigan Central Railroad crossing 


83 44 45.3 



74 PRIMARY TRIANGULATTON AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 

Geographic positions along or near Ann Arbor Railroad from Ann Arbor to 

Hamburg. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Ami Arbor main street crossing . _ . - - - 


42 


17 31.5 


83 44 13.7 




42 


16 54.6 


83 43 52.9 


T. 2 S. . R. 6 E. , corner sees. 9.10. 15. and 16 . 


42 


18 59.1 


83 43 18.9 


T. 2 S. . R. 6 E. , i corner north side sec. 4 (?) 


42 


20 36.6 


83 43 58.5 


T. 2 S. , R. 6 E. . i corner north side sec. 4 (?) 


42 


21 28.4 


83 44 00.8 


T IS R. 6 E. corner sees. 8. 9. 16. and 17 


42 


24 04. 4 


83 44 35.9 


Whitmore station - - - . - - 


42 


25 21.7 


S3 45 56.9 


Ts. 1 S. and 1 N., R. 6 E., corner on base line. 120 
feet east of railroad - 


.42 


25 4:;. 3 


83 46 27.9 







Geographic positions along Grand Trunk Railway, Hamburg to Anderson and 
Anderson to Xeir Hudson. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Hamburg station . . - - 


42 26 50.2 
42 27 46.7 


83 48 02.7 


T. 1N„K. 5 E.. { corner between sees. 21 and 22 


83 50 16.9 


Grand Trunk and Ann Arbor Railroad crossing, _ . 


42 27 44. 6 


83 50 30.1 


Ann Arbor Railroad, crossing over 


42 27 54. 1 


83 52 03.4 


T. 1 N., R. 4 E., \ corner between sees. 23 and 24 _ „ 


42 27 39.9 


83 55 38.0 


Pinckney station 


42 27 3S.2 


83 56 31.4 


Road crossing, northwest and southeast 


42 27 38.3 


83 57 45.2 


Section road, north and south 


42 27 38.3 
42 28 02.7 


83 57 57.9 


T. 1 N., R. 4 E., corner sees. 17, 18, 19, and 20 


84 00 21.2 


Anderson station 


42 28 02,7 
42 26 29. 7 


84 00 39.4 


T. 1 N., R. 6 E., i corner between sees. 30 and 31_. 


83 46 37.9 


"Whitmore, road crossing at 


42 26 20.5 


83 44 43.0 


Rushton, road crossing at 


42 27 06. 7 


83 41 45.5 


T. 1 N., Rs. 6 and 7 E., % corner between sees. 25 
and 30 


42 27 10.5 

42 27 39.0 
42 27 39.8 
42 30 18.5 
42 30 31.4 


83 39 58.2 


Grand Trunk and Pere Marquette Railroad cross- 
ing . 


83 38 46.9 


South Lynn station _ 


83 38 46.9 


T. 1 N.,R.7E., corner sees 3, 4, 9. and 10 


83 36 54.8 


New Hudson station . 


83 36 43.4 







WILSON, RENSH AWE 
DOUGLAS, GOODE 



[ E '] WISCONSIN. 

Geographic positions along highways, New Hudson to Novi. 



75 



Station. 



Latitude. 



Longitude. 



T. 1 N., R. 7 E.. corner sees. 2, 3, 10, and 11 

Road south 

Road north 

Ro:id south 

Road north and south 

Road north and south 

Road north and south 



42 30 21.6 
42 30 13.7 
42 30 09.8 
42 29 54. 1 
42 29 38.4 
42 29 22. 2 
42 29 06. 2 



83 35 44.6 
83 34 49.6 
83 34 31.4 
83 33 19.8 
83 32 09.5 
83 30 55.9 
83 29 44. 3 



Geographic positions along the Pere Marquette Railroad, Novi to Detroit. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Novi, road crossing west of 


42 28 55.5 
42 28 32,9 
42 27 59. 1 
42 27 06.9 
42 23 45.9 
42 22 50.0 
42 22 30.7 
42 22 31.3 
42 22 34.9 

42 22 37.4 
42 22 40. 2 
42 22 44.5 

42 22 47. 1 
42 19 52.3 


83 28 55.9 


Novi. road crossing south of 


83 28 31.3 


T. 1 N.. R. 8 E., corner sees. 22, 23, 26, and 27- ^ 
T. IN., R. 8 E., corner sees. 26, 27, 34, and 35 _ . 
Road crossing, northwest and southeast .". _ 


83 28 29.3 

83 28 26. 7 
83 28 08.0 


Plymouth station 


83 27 42.3 


Stark station - - - 


83 22 51.4 


T. 1 S., R. 9 E., i corner between sees. 27 and 28 __ 
Elm station . 


83 22 21.6 

83 19 58. 1 


T. 1 S., Rs. 9 and 10 E., i corner between sees. 25 
and 30 


83 18 50.4 


Beech station . .- . 


83 17 47.9 


Oak junction .. . _. 


83 14 16.9 


T. IS.. Rs. 10 and 11 E.,£ corner between sees. 25 
and 30 


83 11 52.7 


West Detroit, Michigan avenue crossing 


83 07 02.2 



WISCONSIN. 

PRIMARY TRAVERSE. 

The following geographic positions were determined by primary 
traverse b^ George T. Hawkins, topographer, in 1901. The line starts 
from the court-house in Milwaukee and follows the Chicago and North- 
western Railway to the north line of Ozaukee County. 



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Geographic positions along the Chicago and Northwestern Railway, from 
Milwaukee northward. 



Station. 



Latitude. 



Longitude. 



Milwaukee court-house dome 

Lakeshore Junction station 

Whitefish Bay station 

Fox Point station 

T. 8, R. 22, corner sees. 4, 5, 8, and 9 . 

Douges Grove station 

Mequon 

Stone schoolhouse, section corner at. . 

Ulao station, east and west crossing 

Cedarsburg and Port Washington road, intersec- 
tion on township line with east and west road 

Port Washington station 

Ts. 11 and 12, R. 22, corner of township line between. 
Belgium station 

Ts. 12 and 13, R, 22. corner of sees. 2. 3. 34, and 35 



43 02 31.8 
43 05 16.9 
43 07 04.4 
43 09 29.4 
43 10 36.1 
43 12 21.8 
43 13 14.9 
43 17 41.1 
43 19 13.5 

43 22 06. 7 
43 23 14.2 
»:'. 27 20.8 
43 29 55.2 
43 32 34.6 



87 54 18.4 
87 53 40.5 
87 54 09.9 
87 54 03.3 
87 54 18.4 
87 55 06.1 
87 55 09.7 
87 55 28.9 
s; 54 5S.4 

87 54 02.3 
87 52 56.7 
87 52 14. 1 

87 51 is. 7 

87 50 27.7 



MISSOURI. 

PRIMARY TRAVERSE. 

The following geographic positions were determined by primary 
traverse in 1901 by Mr. George. T. Hawkins, topographer. The line 
starts from an adjusted position at Kirksville, determined by primary 
traverse in 1900, and follows the Wabash Railroad to Jacksonville; 
thence from Macon, along Hannibal and St. Joe Railroad, to Monroe; 
thence along Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway to Hartman ; thence 
along Hannibal and St. Joe Railroad to Hannibal, and connected with 
the United States Mississippi River Commission triangnlation station 
Hannibal. 

Geographic positions along Wabash Railroad. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Kirksville, Omaha, 
road crossing 


Kansas City and Eastern Rail- 


40 12 05.0 


92 35 10.5 


T. 62N..R. 15 W. 


corner sees. 28, 29, 32, and 33 ._ 


40 08 22. 


92 35 26.9 


Millard station . _ 




40 06 26. 1 
40 05 44.6 


92 32 47.2 


T. 61 N., R. 15 W. 


corner sees. 11, 12, 13, and 14 __ 


92 32 00.9 


T. 61 N., R. 15 W., corner on township line, south 
side sees. 31 and 32 . 


40 02 14.3 

40 01 27.2 


92 29 46.9 


Laplata station.. . . 




92 29 23.5 


T. 60 N., R. 14 W. 


corner sees. 17, 18, 19, and 20 . 


39 59 57.9 


92 29 37.6 



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DOUGLAS, GOODE. 



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MISSOURI. 



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Geographic positions along Wabash Railroad— Continued. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


T. 59 N.. R. 14 W., i corner between sees. 5 and 8_ 
Atlanta station _ _ _ . 


o / // 

39 56 26.8 
39 53 58.7 


92 29 11.4 
92 28 50.6 

92 28 37.9 
92.28 41.1 
92 38 37 8 


T. 59 N., R. 14 W., corner on township line, south 
side sees. 32 and 33 _ 


39 52 06 5 


T. 58 N., R. 14 W., corner sees. 8, 9, 16, and 17 .... 
Ts. 57 and 58 N. , township line between 


39 50 21.8 
39 46 49.9 
39 44 18. 1 
39 44 16.4 
39 42 58.8 
39 40 48. 1 
39 38 11.8 
39 36 28.6 
39 35 17.4 


Macon station, Wabash Railroad 


92 28 36 5 


Hannibal and St. Joe Railroad crossing 

T. 57 N. , R. 14 W. , i corner between sees. 27 and 38 _ 
Road crossing, east and west 


92 28 36. 8 
92 27 51.9 
92 28 33 7 


Excello station _ 


92 28 30 


Ts. 55 and 56 N. , corner sees. 3, 4, 33, and 34 

Jacksonville station . 


92 28 09.9 
92 28 15.0 



Geographic fwsitions along Hannibal and St. Joe Railroad. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Anabel station 


39 44 45. 1 
30 45 01.1 
39 44 38.8 
39 44 33.5 
39 43 53.2 
39 43 07.3 
39 43 14.8 

39 42 16.0 
39 41 37.6 
39 40 27.0 
39 40 00. 1 
39 39 52.1 
39 39 30.8 
39 39 08. 8 


o / // 

92 20 04.4 


T. 57 N., R. 13 W., corner sees. 10, 11, 14, and 15. . 
Rs. 12 and 13 W., line between. . ._ 


92 19 53. 7 
92 17 40.5 


Clarence station 

Milepost 56, north and south road crossing near 

Lentner station 


92 15 40. 4 
92 13 08. 4 
92 08 51.3 


T. 57 K, R. 11 W., corner sees. 20, 21, 28, and 29 .. 

T. 57 N., Rs. 10 and 11 W., corner sees. 30, 31, 36, 
and 25 


93 08 50.7 
92 04 20. 1 


Shelbina station . 


92 02 26.9 


T. 56 N., R. 9 W., i corner between sees. 6 and 7__ 
Hunnewell station 


91 57 00.9 
91 51 39.0 


Rs. 8 and 9 "W. , line between 


91 50 48. 9 


T. 56 N.. R. 8 W., corner sees. 8,9, 16, and 17 

Monroe station . 


91 48 34. 9 
91 44 15. o 







78 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 

Geographic positions along Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Monroe. 2 miles east of, section corner 

Monroe. 3 miles east of, section corner 

T. 56 N., Rs. 6 and 7 W., i corner between sees. 7 
and 8 ._______-__.__.____---_. 


O 1 II 1 II 

39 39 26.8 91 41 49.3 
39 39 26.2 91 40 41.8 

39 39 49.6 ! 91 37 19.7 


Huntington, road crossing at 

T. 56 N., R. 6 W.,i corner between sees. 3 and 10.. 
Rensselaer station - .- .... 


39 39 40.6 J 91 35 56.1 
39 40 14. 7 91 33 25. 1 
39 40 22.9 ! 91 33 15.7 


Rs 5 and 6 W.. line between 


39 40 47.9 91 31 44.6 









Geographic positions along Hannibal ami St. Joe Railroad. 



Station. 



Latitude. 



Paris and Hannibal gravel road crossing 

New London and Hannibal gravel road crossing. . . 
Ts. 56 and 57 N.. Rs. 4 and 5 W., corner between. . 

New London and Hannibal dirt road crossing 

Hannibal. Main street crossing 



39 41 07. 1 
39 40 58.5 
39 41 06.7 
39 41 54. 1 
39 42 26.6 



Longitude. 



91 26 07.9 

91 24 10.9 

91 23 53.1 

91 22 28.1 

91 21 15.2 



IOWA. 



PRIMARY TRAVERSE. 



The following geographic positions were determined by primary 
traverse in 1901 by Mr. George T. Hawkins, topographer. The line 
starts from Postville station (established by primary traverse in 1899- 
1900 from triangulation by Mississippi River Commission) and follows 
the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway to county line 2 miles 
east of Cresco, thence north on highways to the Iowa-Minnesota State 
line, thence east to a church. A spur line starts from Calmar and 
follows the Dakota Division of same railway to Jackson Junction. 



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OUGLAS 



CNSHAWE,"] TOWA 79 

,,GOOI)i: I IOWA. IO 

Geographic positions along Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway. 



Station. 


Latitude. Longitude. 


Postville station 


O 1 II O 1 II 

43 05 14.8 91 34 17.0 


Castalia station - _____.. . . . 


43 06 35.6 
43 06 39.7 
43 08 43.1 
43 08 49.7 


91 40 30.0 


T 96 N R 7 W.. 1 corner sees. 21 and 28 


91 40 32.5 


Ossian station _ - . . . - .. 


91 45 42.2 


T 96 N R 8 W. i corner sees. 10 and 11 


91 45 53.5 


T. 97 N.,E.8W.,i corner sees. 31 and 32 
Calmar station - - 


43 10 34. 9 91 49 28. 9 
43 11 01.6 91 51 54.9 




43 13 01.1 ! 91 53 52,2 


T. 97 N. , R. 9 W. . northwest corner sec. 5 

T. 98 N.. R. 10 W., i corner sees. 23 and 24 

Ridgeway station 

T. 98 N.. R. 10 W., i corner sees. 4 and 9.. 


43 15 19.1 91 56 19.0 
43 17 29.9 91 58 58.7 
43 17 50.9 91 59 23.7 
43 19 41.8 92 01 55.5 









Geographic positions along highway. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


T. 99 N., Rs. 10 and 11 W., corner sees. 19, 30, 24, 
and 25 . . - .... ..____- 


43 22 16.6 

43 24 01.6 
43 25 44.6 

43 29 13.9 


92 04 50.0 


T. 99 N., Rs. 10 and 11 W., corner sees. 7, 18, 13, 
and 12 


92 04 49.8 


Ts. 99 and 100 N. . Rs. 10 and 11 W. , corner between _ 

T. 100 N., Rs. 10 and 11 W., corner sees. 7. 18, 13, 
and 12 


92 04 48. 9 
92 04 48.3 



Geographic positions along Iowa-Minnesota Stale line. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Iowa-Minnesota State line 


43 30 03.6 
43 30 03.0 
43 30 03. 1 


92 04 31.1 


Road south at church . 

Road north at church 


92 00 38.6 
92 00 34. 7 



Geographic positions along Dakota Division of Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul 

Railway. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


T. 97 N.,R. 9 W., i corner between sees. 26 and 27_ 
Fort Atkinson station 


o / ./ 

43 11 26.2 

43 08 44.5 
43 08 00.7 
43 06 53.3 


o / 

91 52 55.5 
91 56 03.0 


T. 96 N.. R. 10 W.,i corner between sees. 13 and 14_ 
Jackson Junction station 


91 59 00. 1 

92 02 01.8 







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ARKANSAS. 
PRIMARY TRAVERSE. 

The following geographic positions were determined from primary 
traverse in 1901 by Mr. George T. Hawkins, topographer. The line 
starts from Gurdon station and follows the Iron Mountain Railway 
to Delight, thenee via highways to the western edge of the Murfrees-" 
boro quadrangle. 

Geographic positions along Iron Mountain Railway. 



Station. 



Latitude. 



Ghirdon station 33 55 08. 

Okolona station 33 59 43. 6 

Antoine station 34 01 59.8 

Delight station 34 01 46. 4 



Longitude. 



93 09 12.1 
93 20 21.7 
93 25 13.2 
93 30 12.4 



Geographic positions along highways from Delight westward. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Snellton. road south at 


34 02 51.6 
34 04 09. 
34 03 41.4 
34 02 39. 3 
34 02 35. 7 
34 02 18. 9 
34 02 21.8 
34 01 49. 5 
34 01 16.4 
33 59 06.8 


93 33 02.8 


Brocktown post-office 


93 36 26.0 


Murfreesboro court-house - 


93 41 24.0 


Sign hoard, Harris Ferry and Dallas 


93 47 31.6 


Church, road crossing 200 feet south of 


93 49 16.8 


Church, road crossing 200 feet west of 


93 52 15.6 


T.8S., R. 27 W., corner sees. 20, 21, 28, 
Centerpoint. crossroads 1 mile east of . . 


29 . . . . 


93 53 36.3 
93 55 41.2 


Centerpoint, crossroads 1 mile west of 


93 57 48.0 


T. 8 S., R. 28 W., \ corner between sees. 


8 and 17. _ 


94 00 27.7 



NEBRASKA. 



PRIMARY TRAVERSE. 

The following positions in Nebraska were determined by Mr. 
George T. Hawkins, topographer, in 1901. Starting from the United 
States Missouri River Commission triangulation station Otoe, the line 
follows the Burlington and Missouri River Railroad west to the Mis- 
souri Pacific Railway, thence along the latter railwa}^ to Hickman, 
thence along the Burlington and Missouri River Railroad to Union 
Pacific Railroad, via Lincoln and Ashland, to Plattsmouth, where line 



WILSON, RENSHAWE,"] 
DOUGLAS, GOODE. J 



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was tied to United States Missouri River Commission triangulation 
station Piatt smouth : 

Geographic positions along Burlington and Missouri River Railroad. 



Station. 



United States Missouri River Commission triangu- 
lation station Otoe 



Latitude. 



Nebraska City, road crossing under railroad 

Nebraska City, crossing Missouri Pacific Railway ! 
under Burlington and Missouri River Railroad* 

T. 8 N., R. 13 E., corner sees. 14, 15, 22, and 23.. 

T. 8 N., R. 13 E., corner sees. 17, 18, 19, and 20 __ 

T.8K, Rs. 12 and 13 E., corner sees. 13. 18, 19 
and 24 



o / 


40 39 26.96 


40 40 29. 1 


40 40 25.4 


40 39 19.4 


40 39 17.6 


40 39 20.7 



Longitude. 



95 49 02. 8( 
95 5() 35.6 

95 50 46.9 
95 55 58.5 

95 59 23.4 

96 00 33.1 



Geographic positions along Missouri Pacific Railway. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Lor ton station . . 


40 35 56. 1 
40 34 07.6 


96 01 11.4 


T. 7 N.. R. 12 E., corner sees. 13, 14, 23, and 24.. . . 


96 01 38.4 


T. 7 N., Rs. 11 and 12 E., corner on township line 
between sees. 31 and 36 


40 32 24.3 


96 06 29.5 


T. 6N..R. 11 E.. corner sees. 1, 2, 11, and 12 


40 31 32. 1 


96 07 14.8 


T.6K. R. 11 E., corner sees. 2, 3, 10. and 11 


40 30 39. 1 


96 09 31.8 


Cook station 


40 30 36.0 


96 09 38.6 


Rs. 10 and HE., crossing of line between 


40 31 16. 6 


96 14 04.3 


T. 7 N., R. 10 E.. i corner between sees. 33 and 34 . 


40 31 57.0 


96 17 29.5 


Burr station 


40 32 15.2 
40 35 00.2 


96 17 58.9 


T. 7 N., R. 9E., corner sees. 11, 12, 13, and 14 


96 22 00.2 


Douglas station 


40 35 30. 4 


96 22 59. 1 


T. 7 N., R. 9 E., corner sees. 5 6, 7 and 8 


40 35 47. 3 
40 36 17. 1 


96 26 34.7 


Rs. 8 and 9 E. , crossing of line between 


96 27 42.3 


Panama, f mile southeast of, crossroads 


40 35 52.7 


96 29 58.2 


Panama station . ... 


40 36 03.3 
40 36 47.9 


96 30 28. 2 


Ts. 7 and 8N., R. 8 E.. corner sees. 5, 6. 31, and 32... 


96 33 26.3 


T. 7 N., Rs. 7 and 8 E., corner sees. 2 3, 34, and 35. 


40 36 47.7 


96 36 29. <j 


Hickman station, Missouri Pacific Railway. 


40 37 11.5 


96 37 40.6 



Bull. 201—02- 






82 PRIMARY TKIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 

Geographic positions on Burlington and Missouri River Railroad. 



Station. 



Hickman station 

Missouri Pacific and Burlington and Missouri River 
Railroad crossing 

T. 8 K, R. 7 E., i corner between sees. 20 and 29.. 



Latitude. 



40 37 20.9 

40 38 01.2 
40 38 30.7 



Longitude. 



96 37 57. 1 

96 38 42.4 
96 39 20. 7 



Geographic positions along Union Pacific Raih'oad. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


T. 8 N., Rs. 6 and 7 E., corner on township line be- 
tween sees. 1 and 6 

Jamaica station 


o / // 

40 41 59.6 
40 42 00. 2 

40 44 46.9 
40 46 21.6 

40 48 42.2 


O 1 II 

96 41 00.6 
96 41 10.8 


Union Pacific and Chicago. Rock Island and Pacific 
Railroad crossing .. 


96 42 37.2 


T. 9N.,R. 6E., corner sees. 2,3, 10, and 11 

Lincoln. Union Pacific and Burlington and Mis- 
souri River Railroad crossing . . 


96 42 50.8 
96 42 49.5 







Geographic positions along Burlington and Missouri River Railroad. 



Station. 



Lincoln station 

Fremont, Elkhorn and Missouri Valley and Bur- 
lington and Missouri River Railroad crossing... 

Havelock station 

Havelock station, section corner 1 mile northeast of 

T. 11 N., R. 7 E., corner sees. 25, 26, 35, and 36... 

Waverly station 

T. 11 N..R.8E., corner sees. 10, 11, 14, and 15... 

Greenwood station 

T. 12 N., R. 9 E., i corner between sees. 21 and 28 

T. 12 N., R. 9 E., corner sees. 10, 11, 14, and 15 ... 

Ashland station 

Southbend station 

T. 12 N., R. 10 B.,i corner between sees. 13 and 24. 

Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific and Burlington 
and Missouri River Railroad crossing 

Louisville station 

Missouri Pacific and Burlington and Missouri River 
Railroad crossing 

T. 12 N., R. 11 E. , corner sees. 14, 15, 22, and 23 

Cedar Creek station 

Cullom, road crossing north and south 

Omaha Junction, blockhouse at 



Latitude. 


Longitude. 


O I II 


o / // 


40 49 04.0 


96 42 34.2 


40 50 18.3 


96 40 48.8 


40 51 37.1 


96 38 18. 6 


40 52 05.2 


96 37 21.2 


40 53 15.2 


96 35 03.6 


40 55 11.2 


96 31 29.8 


40 55 52.9 


96 29 58.6 


40 57 52.6 


96 26 24.4 


40 59 20.5 


96 24 52.9 


41 01 03.8 


96 23 09.0 


41 02 22.8 


96 21 32.0 


41 00 24.4 


96 14 36.9 


41 00 14.5 


96 14 36. 9 


40 59 59.8 


96 14 06. 1 


41 00 18.8 


96 09 42.8 


41 00 22. 7 


96 09 31.1 


41 00 12.3 


96 09 28.6 


41 02 21.0 


96 06 03.3 


41 03 26. 7 


96 01 18.6 


41 02 59. 8 


95 55 11.5 



WILSON, RENSHAWE, 1 
DOUGLAS, UOODK. J 



WYOMING. 



83 



ROCKY MOUNTAIN SECTION OF TOPOGRAPHY. 

WYOMING-COLORADO. 

TRIANGULATION STATIONS. 
Wyoming. 

This work depends on a base line 4.6 miles in length, measured 
westward along the railroad tangent, beginning 2£ miles west of Fort 
Steele. The line was prepared in the usual manner by nailing boards 
and zinc strips to the cross-ties. Three complete measurements were 
made with standard 300-foot tape No. 1, temperatures being taken 
by two Standard thermometers at each tape length. 

The length of base reduced to sea level is 24,181.420 feet. 

Logarithm of length in meters =3. 8674977. 

Positions depend upon the latitude and longitude pier of the 
Wheeler survey, established in 1872, corrected for the revised longi- 
tude of Salt Lake, from which it was originally determined. The 
astronomic point was occupied as an azimuth station on two nights, 
and a check azimuth was observed near milepost 145 on the Colorado- 
Wyoming State line. During the progress of this work 12 primary 
and 4 secondary stations were occupied, and numerous high peaks 
were located by intersections, controlling three 30-minute quadrangles 
in Wyoming and one in Colorado. 

Angles were measured and azimuths were observed with an 8 -inch 
micrometer theodolite by Mr. Frank Tweedy, topographer, who also 
prepared and measured the base line. 

AZIMUTH MARK, CARBON COUNTY. 

Situated one-half mile west of Fort Steele, on end of spur just south 
of Fort Steele-Rawlins wagon road. 

Station mark : A stone post, 24 by 10 by 6 inches, in center of top 
of which is cemented a bronze tablet. 

[Latitude 41° 46' 39.02". Longitude 106° 57' 30.53".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Greenville ... 


63 27 32.85 

97 03 40.20 

154 41 30.14 

257 18 45.01 

267 28 15.63 


243 22 34. 11 

277 02 01.27 

334 39 55. 60 

77 23 25.44 

87 28 40. 30 


Meters. 
4. 0640571 


East base . 


3. 5384929 


Mount Steele 


3. 8839366 


St. Marys . . . 


3.9982118 


Astronomic station 


2. 9324543 







84 



PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 



BATTLE, CARBON COUNTY. 

(Not occupied.) 

The highest point of a high, isolated, volcanic, flat-topped butte on 
north side of Snake River, about 6 miles west of Honnold post-office. 

[Latitude 41° 02' 01.7". Longitude 107° 16' 56.1".] 



To station- 



Bridger 
Halm . . 



Azimuth. 



230 37 45 
305 09 57 



Back azimuth. 



50 4? 37 
125 23 48 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 

4. 43369 
4. 56034 



BRIDGER, CARBON COUNTY. 

Situated about 3ij- miles northwest of Battle post-office, on the Con- 
tinental Divide, on highest peak in the Grand Encampment country] 
locally known as Bridger Peak, and called the Grand Encampment 
Peak by the King survey. 

Station mark: A bronze tablet cemented in solid rock, over which 
is built a cairn. 

[Latitude 41 11 L8.86". Longitude 107° 01' 55.61".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 




/ // 


/ // 


Meters. 


Sage 


177 24 12.03 


357 23 06.03 


4. 7072903 


Platte 


202 02 02.02 


22 10 10.03 


4. 6589063 


Needle . 


245 23 13.02 
260 04 54.00 
300 08 45.04 


65 35 34.45 

80 14 59.00 

120 22 27.61 


4.4591310 


Riverside 


4. 3371700 


Pelham 


4. 5288192 


Zirkel 


324 04 46. 00 


144 18 09.00 


4. 6791300* 


Hahn 


347 17 16.00 


167 21 17.00 


4, 5925200 



EAST BASE, CARBON COUNTY. 

Situated about 3 miles west of Fort Steele, 575 feet south of Union 
Pacific Railway track at east end of a 4^-mile tangent and near end 
of a low ridge running parallel with track. 

Station mark: A stone post, 36 by 10 by 6 inches, set 32 inches in 
the ground, in the center of top of which is cemented a bronze tablet. 

Reference marks: An iron bench-mark post set 20.01 feet north and 
at right angles to base line. An iron bench-mark post set 20.14 feet 
south and at right angles to base line. An iron bench-mark post set 
20.24 feet east and on prolongation to base line. 



iriLSON, RENSHAWE 

DOUGLAS, GOODE. 



WYOMING. 

[Latitude 41° 46' 52.76". Longitude 106 59' 59.02".] 



85 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth . 


Log. distance. 


Greenville 

West base 


51 03 02.68 

88 33 43.25 

181 21 18.96 

277 02 01.27 


o / // 

230 59 42.81 

268 30 10.67 

1 21 23.40 

97 03 40.20 


Meters. 
3. 9503037 
3 8674977 


Mount Steele 

Azimuth mark . _ 


3. 8127309 
3 5384929 







FORT STEELE, ASTRONOMIC STATION, CARBON COUNTY. 

Situated about 700 feet southeast of railroad station at Fort Steele, 
across a small gulch 6 feet deep and about 500 feet southwest of the 
Fort Steele Hotel. 

Station mark: An iron bench-mark post projecting 6 inches above 
ground. 

The station is described in Wheeler's report of 1872, and was 
originally marked by a pine post 3 feet in diameter and 2| feet high 
above ground, but was sawed off and sides chopped away until in 
1901 it stood but 1 foot above the ground. It was entirely decayed 
beneath the surface of ground and was dug up and replaced by the 
iron post noted above. 

[Latitude 41° 46' 40.24". Longitude 106° 56' 53.50".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Azimuth station . . 


o / // 

87 28 40.30 
149 03 17.53 


267 28 15. 63 
329 01 18.30 


Meters. 
2. 9324543 


Mount Steele 


3. 9044541 







GRENNVILLE, CARBON COUNTY. 

Situated about 3 miles south of Grennville station on the Union 
Pacific Railway, on a small rise on east and west ridge, about one- 
half mile west of old road graded across ridge. 

Station mark: An iron bench-mark post. 

[Latitude 41° 43' 50.92". Longitude 107° 04' 59.14".] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Rawlins 


o / // 


o / // 


Meters. 
4. 24470 


West base - 


175 23 17.22 
210 18 27. 78 
230 59 42. 81 
243 22 34.11 
249 46 34.31 
348 14 11.45 


355 23 04.61 
31 21 52.20 
51 03 02. 68 
63 27 32.85 
69 56 13.40 

168 15 07. 15 


3. 7355056 


Mount Steele 


4. 1469299 


East base 


3.9503037 


Azimuth mark 


4. 0640571 


St. Mary 

Sage .__ 


4. 3302481 
3. 9780430 







86 PRIMARY TRI ANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 
HONNOLD, CARBON COUNTY. 

(Walsh Hill of King survey.) 

A sharp mountain about 2 miles northwest of Honnold post-office, 
Colorado, and 1 mile north of Snake River. The Colorado- Wyoming 
line crosses south slope of mountain. 

Station mark : A bronze tablet set in bed rock on highest knob, over 
which a cairn is built. 

[Latitude 41° 00' 43.3". Longitude 107° 11" 11.5".] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Bridger . - - 


O III 

213 23 55 
310 32 47 


O III 

33 30 00 
130 42 52 


Meters. 

4. 37173 


Halm - - - - - 


4. 45439 







MEDICINE BOW, NEAR ALBANY-CARBON COUNTY LINE. 

(Not occupied.) 

The highest point of Medicine Bow or Snowy Mountains, between 
the valleys of the Platte and Laramie rivers. It is a massive, round- 
topped mountain, locally known as Medicine Bow Peak, and is the 
highest peak of southern Wyoming, reaching an elevation of about 
12,000 feet. 

[Latitude 41° 21' 44.6". Longitude 106° 19' 03.7".] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Pelham 


o / // 


O I'll 


Meters. 
4.67777 


Needle 






4. 53721 


Sage . 






4. 84246 


St. Mary 






4. 81382 











MOUNT STEELE, CARBON COUNTY. 

Situated about 6 miles northwest of Fort Steele, on a high, sharp, 
rocky point on long ridge northeast of Platte River. 

Station mark: A cairn 5^ feet high with a 2 by 4 inch scantling in 
center. 

Reference mark: A bronze tablet set in rock, 8 by 8 by 1^ feet, b\ 
feet southeast of center of monument. 



WTI.SON, RENSHAWE,! ^rvrA^T^n 
DOUGLAS, GOODE. J WYOMING. 

[Latitude 41° 50' 23.30". Longitude 106° 59' 52.36".] 


87 


To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


East Base 


1 21 23.40 

13 33 08. 62 

30 21 52.20 

48 23 30.91 

289 59 43. 19 

329 01 18.30 

334 38 42. 02 

334 39 55.60 


181 21 18.96 
193 30 40. 12 
210 18 27.78 
228 19 53.77 
110 05 58.35 
149 03 17.53 
154 45 31.16 
154 41 30. 14 


Meters. 
3 8127309 


Sage 

Grennville 

West base. _ - . - _ _ 


4. 3429037 
4. 1469299 
4 0026039 


St. Mary 

Astronomic station 


4. 1406194 
3 9044541 


Platte 

Azimuth mark . 


4. 5221187 
3. 8839366 







NEEDLE, CARBON COUNTY. 

Situated on the highest point of a square-topped granite butte at 
junction of Grand Encampment Creek and North Platte River. Sta- 
tion on south side of creek. 

Station mark: A bronze tablet cemented in solid rock, over which 
is built a cairn. 



[Latitude 41° 17' 45.92 


'. Longitude 106° 43' 10.92".] 




To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Bridger _ . 


65 35 34.45 
144 01 11.25 
163 32 31.31 
169 41 00.82 
354 11 03.96 


245 23 13.02 
323 47 40. 35 
343 28 15.59 
349 36 09.80 
174 12 27. 10 


Meters. 
4.4591310 


Sage - 


4. 6833258 


Platte . 


4. 4997329 


St. Mary 


4. 7525844 


Pelham 


4. 4641739 



PELHAM, CARBON COUNTY. 

Situated on a high peak 2% miles north of divide between Grand 
Encampment Creek and waters of Big Creek where crossed b}^ Colum- 
bine road. It is 2-J miles north of Colorado- Wyoming State line, 
is locally known as "Rocky," and is the point called Pelham of the 
King survey. 

Station mark: A bronze tablet cemented in solid rock under a cairn 
5 feet high. 



88 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 

[Latitude 41° 02' 06.84". Longitude 106° 41' 04.61".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 




O 1 II 

44 25 12. 00 
74 56 19.00 
120 22 27.61 
155 18 55.41 
168 40 04.50 
174 12 27.10 


O 1 II 

224 15 33.00 
254 51 31.00 
300 08 45.04 
335 04 03. 17 
348 34 26.07 
354 11 03.96 


Meters. 

4. 4708300 


Three Point - - - - 7 


4. 0256800 


Bridger 

Sage - - - - 


4. 5288192 
4. 8741960 


Platte 


4. 7814746 


Needle - - - 


4.4641739 







PLATTE, CARBON COUNTY. 

Situated about 7 miles north of Saratoga, on ridge, 14 miles east of 
Platte River and one-third mile east of main road from Fort Steele to 
Saratoga. 

Station mark: An iron bench-mark post. 

[Latitude 41° 34' 08.19". Longitude 106° 49' 37.36".] 



To station 



Bridger 

Sage 

St. Mary 
Needle - 
Pelhain . 



Azimuth. 



Back azimuth. 



Log. distance. 



22 10 10.03 202 02 02.02 
114 09 15.77 293 59 59.30 
177 L6 11.17 357 15 36.36 



343 8 15.59 

348 34 26. 07 



163 32 31.31 

168 40 04. 50 



Meters. 
4.6589063 
4.3274380 
4.4043905 
4. 4997329 
4. 7814746 



RAWLINS, CARBON COUNTY. 

(Not occupied.) 
A round -topped point about 1 mile northwest of Rawlins monument. 
[Latitude 41° 48' 23.4". Longitude 107° 16' 07.0".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Mount Steele . 


o / // 


. , „ 


Meters. 
4. 35783 


West base 






4. 18404 


Grennville 






4. 24470 











RIVERSIDE, CARBON COUNTY. 

(Secondary point.) 

In eastern edge of town of Riverside, at junction of Encampment- 
Santiago road and Encampment-Collins road. Station is at the north- 
west corner of township 14 north, range 83 west. 



WILSON, UKNSNAWK 
DOUGLAS,GOODE. 



Bridger 



'] WYOMING. 

[Latitude 41 13' 19.2". Longitude 106 46' 36.4".] 



89 



To station— 



Azimuth. 



14 59.00 



Needle j 210 09 14.00 



Back azimuth. 



260 04 54.00 
30 11 29.00 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 
4. 33717 
3. 97853 



SAGE, CARBON COUNTY. 



Situated about 9 miles southwest of Fort Steele, on south edge of 



mesa overlooking Sage Creek drainage. 



Station mark: A rock monument 9 feet high. 

Reference mark: A bronze table cemented in solid rock, 5.15 feet 
northeast of monument. 



[Latitude 41° 38' 49.24". Longitude 107° 03' 35.38".] 



: 



To station 



Azimuth. | Back azimuth. Log. distance. 



Grennville _ _ 
Mount Steele . 
St. Mary _ 

Platte 

Needles 

Pelham 

Bridger 



168 15 07. 15 
193 30 40. 12 
227 22 13.37 
293 59 59.30 
323 47 40.35 
335 04 03. 17 
357 23 06.03 



348 14 11.45 
13 33 08.62 
47 30 56.25 
114 09 15. 77 
144 01 11.25 
155 18 55.41 
177 24 12.03 



Meters. 
3. 9780430 
4. 3429037 
4. 3918929 
4. 3274390 
4. 6833258 
4. 8741960 
4. 7072903 



ST. MARY, CARBON COUNTY. 

Situated 2-J miles north of Wolcott station on Union Pacific Railway, 
on a high bare point. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tablet set in a rock, 10 by 5 
by 2 feet, over which is built a cairn G feet high. 

[Latitude 41° 47' 49.70". Longitude 106° 50' 29.71".] 



To station — 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Sage 


47 30 56.25 

69 56 13.40 

77 23 25.44 

110 05 58.35 

357 15 36.36 


o / // 

227 22 13.37 
249 46 34.31 
257 18 45.01 
289 59 43. 19 
177 16 11.17 


Meters. 
4.3918929 


Grennville 


4. 3302481 


Azimuth mark 


3.9982118 


Mount Steele 


4. 1406194 


Platte . 


4. 4043905 










90 PRIMARY TRI ANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 

SARATOGA, CARBON COUNTY. 

(Not occupied.) 

Station mark : The cupola on the high school at Saratoga. 

[Latitude 41° 27' 32.1". Longitude 106° 48' 54.0".] 



To station- 



Azimuth. 



Back azimuth. 



Log. distance. 



Meter. 



Sage . 
Platte 



4. 46565 



4.08854 



85 



SHARP, CARBON COUNTY. 

(Not occupied.) 

An isolated, rocky, and partially timbered hill, about 7 miles north 
of Bridger Peak. 

[Latitude 41° 17' 01.1". Longitude 107° 00' 49.6".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Needle _ 


O 1 II 


o / // 


Meters. 

4. 39224 


Bridger - - . 






4. 02S08 











THREE POINT, CARBON COUNTY. 

(Secondary point.) 

On rocky hill covered with burnt timber, about 1 mile north of 
Columbine road crossing of Grand Encampment River. 

Station mark : A bedrock granite bowlder, 4 by 3 by 2 feet, in top 
of which is drilled a 1-inch hole. 

[Latitude 41° 00' 37.2". Longitude 106° 48' 23.0".] 



To station— . 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Pelham 


o III 

254 51 31 


74 56 19 


Meters. 
4. 02563 







WEST BASE, CARBON COUNTY. 



Situated one- third mile east of Grennville station, 275 feet south 
of Union Pacific Railway track, 7-J miles west of Fort Steele. 

Station mark: A stone post, 30 by 12 by 8 inches, in center of top 
of which is cemented a bronze tablet. 



WILSON, RENSHAWE, "1 
DOUGLAS, GOODE. J 



COLORADO. 



91 



Reference marks: An iron bench-mark post set 19.99 feet north 
and at right angles to base line. An iron bench-mark post set 20 
feet south and at right angles to base line. An iron bench-mark post 
set 20 feet east and on base line. 

[Latitude 41° 46' 46.64". Longitude 107° 05' 18.07".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Mount Steele 

East base 


o / // 

228 19 53.77 
268 30 10.67 
355 23 04.61 


/ // 

48 23 30. 91 

88 33 43.25 

175 23 17.22 


Meters. 
4. 0026039 
3 8674977 


Grennville 


3 7355056 







Colorado. 
ANITA, ROUTT'COUNTY. 

(Not occupied.) 

The western of two high knobs on mountain ridge at head of Slater 
Creek, about 16 miles southwest of Honnold post-office, locally known 
as ' ' Bears Ears. " 

Station mark : Highest point of knob. 

[Latitude 40° 46' 46.5". Longitude 107° 14' 58.9".] 



To station— 


Azinmth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Bridger . _ . 


O III 

201 53 04 
254 51 50 


O 1 It 

22 01 38 
75 04 22 


Meters. 
4. 68995 


Hahn 


4. 44605 







AZIMUTH STATION, ROUTT COUNTY. 

(Secondary point.) 

Situated in meadow at crossing of Grand Encampment River by 
Columbine road. 
Station mark: A post 6 inches in diameter set 2 feet in the ground. 

[Latitude 41° 00' 10.9". Longitude 106° 48' 51.1".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Three Point . . . 


218 59 51 


O 1 II 

39 00 10 


Meters. 

3.01856 







92 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 301. 

HAHN, ROUTT COUNTY. 

(A secondary point.) 

Situated about 2 miles east of Columbine post-office, on high peak ; 
can be reached by road and mine trails from Columbine. 

Station mark: A bronze tablet cemented iu rock, over which is built 
a cairn 5 feet high. 

[Latitude 40° 50' 41.3". Longitude 106° 55' 48.0".] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Whitehead _ _ 

Anita - 


45 20 08 
75 04 22 
125 23 48 
130 42 52 
167 21 17 
224 15 33 
274 05 45 


o / // 

225 15 33 
254 51 50 
305 09 57 
310 32 47 
347 17 16 
44 25 12 
94 15 05 


Meters. 
4. 14266 
4. 44605 


Battle 


4. 56034 


Honnold - - - 


4. 45439 


Bridger . - .- - 


4. 59252 


Pelham 

Zirkel 


4. 47083 
4. 30352 







HIGH SHARP, ROUTT COUNTY. 

(Not occupied.) 

A sharp, lone peak, 7 miles south of Dixon post-office, on Snake 
River. Probably Navesink Peak of the King survey. 

[Latitude 40° 55' 13.3". Longitude 107° 27' 23.8".] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 






o / // 


O 1 II 


Meters. 


Bridger .. 




230 00 38 


50 17 22 


4.66731 


Pelham ._ 




258 38 20 


7!) 08 43 


4. 82097 



WHITEHEAD, ROUTT COUNTY. 

(Not occupied.) 

A high mountain peak about 8 miles southwest of Columbine post- 
office, locally known as Sand Mountain or Whitehead Mountain. 
Station mark : A dead tree on highest point. 

[Latitude 40° 45' 24.6". Longitude 107° 02' 49.1".l 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Bridger 


o / // 

181 29 26 
225 15 33 


1 30 01 
45 20 08 


Meters. 

4. 68090 


Hahn 


4. 14266 







WILSON, KKNSHAWE. 
DOUGLAS, GOODE 



•] 



WYOMING. 



93 






ZIRKEL, ROUTT COUNTYo 

(Not occupied.) 

A sharp, ragged, rocky peak on Continental Divide, about 14 miles 
cast of Columbine post-office. The highest pinnacle of a rock comb 
was sighted. Mount Zirkel is probably about 4 miles southeast of 
this point. 

[Latitude 40° 49' 53. 8". Longitude 106° 41' 31. 7".] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Hahn 

Bridger 


o III 

94 15 05 
144 18 09 


O III 

274 05 45 
324 04 46 


Meters. 
4. 30352 
4.68913 







MILEPOST 145, COLORADO-WYOMING STATE LINE. 

(Not occupied.) 

In swamp between Columbine road and Grand Encampment River, 
about 500 feet west of river crossing. 

Station mark : A pine post 6 by 6 inches by 5 feet high. 

[Latitude 41° 00' 17.8". Longitude 106° 48' 57.8".] 






To station - 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Three Point 


333 31 39 


O 1 II 

53 32 02 


Meters. 
3.00454 







MILEPOST 163, COLORADO-WYOMING STATE LINE. 

On a flat one-half mile west of Honnold post-office. 

Station mark: A cut stone monument 60 by 18 by 18 inches. 

[Latitude 41° 00' 18.9". Longitude 107° 09' 24.1"]. 

WYOMING. 

TRIANGULATION STATIONS. 

Two 30-minute quadrangles in Sheridan and Johnson counties, 
Wyo., were controlled by triangulation based upon Beckton and Sol- 
dier creeks, established by W. S. Post in 1896. Eleven stations were 
occupied and a check azimuth was observed near Buffalo by Mr. Frank 
Tweedy, topographer, during the field season of 1000. 

AZIMUTH STATION, JOHNSON COUNTY. 

Situated one-fourth mile west of Main street, Buffalo, on top of a 
rise of 50 feet above Clear Creek south of ice house and dry ice pond. 



94 



PRIMARY TRI ANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 



Station mark: A stone post 36 inches long, 12 inches square at 
base and 8 inches square at top, set 32 inches in the ground, in top 
of which is cemented a bronze meridian tablet. Station is the same 
as the south meridian mark. 

[Latitude 44° 20' 37.06". Longitude 106° 42' 02.34".] 



To station- 



McKinney 
Buffalo ... 



Azimuth. 



68 50 56.48 
185 04 05.30 



Back azimuth. 



248 47 25.29 

5 04 27. 74 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 
3. 8561753 
3. 9049104 



BUFFALO, JOHNSON COUNTY. 

Situated on a grassy point on east and west ridge, about 4 miles 
north of Buffalo and 3 miles south of Lake De Sinet. It is 2-J- miles 
east of Sheridan-Buffalo stage road. 

Station mark : A standard iron bench-mark post. 

[Latitude 44° 24' 56.31". Longitude 106° 41' 30.26".] 



To station- 



Azimuth station 

McKinney 

Ten Sleep 

Cloud Peak . . 

Shell. 

Banner 

Prairie Dog 

Cross H 



Azimuth. 



5 04 27.74 

34 58 02.87 

61 46 22.30 

84 45 13.80 

123 47 10.45 

137 58 13.68 

166 21 40. 71 

354 21 26.45 



Back azimuth. 



185 04 05. 30 
214 54 09. 10 
241 29 00.70 
264 25 02. 95 
303 41 39.91 
317 48 15.32 
346 18 59. 87 
174 22 17. 18 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 
3. 9049104 
4. 1114584 
4. 5743590 
4. 5851407 
4. 0987021 
4. 4489394 
4. 3315864 
4. 2141446 



CONE, JOHNSON COUNTY. 

(Not occupied.) 

Situated on sharp cone on broken mesa ridge between French and 
Sand creeks, about 2 miles west of road between Buffalo and Upper 
Rock Creek. 

[Latitude 44° 22' 39.4". Longitude 106° 47' 03.7".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Shell 


164 42 45 
240 09 34 


O III 

344 41 08 
60 13 27 


Meters. 

4. 06487 


Buffalo 


3. 92973 







WILSON, RENSHAWE 
DOUGLAS, GOODE 



M 



WYOMING. 



95 



CROSS H, JOHNSON COUNTY. 

Situated 1 mile south of Cross H ranch and three-fourths mile east 
of Buffalo-Casper stage road, on the northwest corner of mesa. 
Station mark : A standard iron bench-mark post. 

[Latitude 44° 16' 08.40". Longitude 106° 40' 17.67". J 



To station- 



Azimuth. 



Back azininth. Log. distance 



Ten Sleep . 
Cloud Peak 
McKinney. 
Buffalo..-.. 



87 36 37.40 
107 45 40.40 
122 19 06.93 
174 22 17.18 



267 18 26. 50 

287 24 40. 40 
302 14 22.78 
354 21 26.45 



Meters. 

4. 5404024 
4. 6223708 
4. 0281333 
4. 2141446 



DE SMET, JOHNSON COUNTY. 

(Not occupied). 

Situated on a high, sharp, reddish point, 1-J miles east of north end 
of Lake De Smet and 3 miles south of Piney Creek. 
Station mark: A cairn. 

[Latitude 44° 29' 59.8". Longitude 106° 43' 36.1".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Shell 

Buffalo 


72 38 32 
343 26 43 


o / // 

252 34 29 

163 28 11 


Meters. 
3. 90394 
3. 98996 







M'KINNEY, JOHNSON COUNTY. 

Situated on east slope of mountain ridge, three-fourths mile south 
of mouth of Clear Creek Canyon and 3 miles east of Fort McKinney. 

Signal : A large pine tree at point where ridge breaks down abruptly 
to the plain at head of steep gluch. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in large 
granite bowlder at west foot of tree. Distance to center of tree, 3 feet. 

[Latitude 44° 19' 13.00". Longitude 106° 47' 04.55"] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 




o . // 


/, 


Meters. 


Banner . . 


160 00 02.73 
170 10 14.59 


339 53 59.02 
350 08 38. 23 


4. 5248164 


Shell 


4.2511675 


Prairie Dog 


184 12 20.47 


4 13 33.92 


4. 4987622 


Buffalo 


214 54 09. 10 


34 58 02.87 


4.1114584 


Azimuth station 


248 47 25.29 
302 14 22. 78 


68 50 56.48 
122 19 06.93 


3.8561753 


Cross H 


4. 0281333 







96 



PKIMARY TRI ANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 



SHELL, JOHNSON COUNTY. 

Situated on grassy butte between North and South forks of Shell 
Creek, about 2-J miles west of Sheridan-Buffalo stage road and 1 mile 
south of Buell's ranch on North Fork of Shell Creek. 

Station mark: A standard iron bench-mark post. 

[Latitude 44° 28' 42.17". Longitude 106° 49' 22.29".] 



To station- 



Buffalo ... 
McKinney 



Azimuth. 



303 41 39. 91 
350 08 38.23 



Back azimuth. 



123 47 10.45 
170 10 14.59 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 
4. 0987021 
4.2511675 



BANNER, SHERIDAN COUNTY. 

Situated on east end of mountain ridge sloping north to Big Horn 
and east to Banner post-office, about 4 miles east of Banner. Reached 
by old road from Banner. 

Signal: A tall pine tree, the last high tree on east end of ridge, 
slightly down on south side of ridge. It is conspicuous from the north 
and south. 

Station mark : A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rock; 
azimuth to signal tree, 7° 13'; distance, 40.7 feet. 

[Latitude 44° 36' 12". 00. Longitude 106° 55' 43.81".] 



To station- 



Beckton 

McCormick 
Prairie Dog 
Buffalo .. 
McKinney . 



Azimuth. 



149 30 03.39 
190 49 10.61 
269 57 47.37 
317 48 15.32 
339 53 59.02 



Back azimuth. Log. distance. 



329 25 06.37 

10 50 13.75 

90 05 05. 62 

137 58 13.68 

160 00 02.73 



Meters. 
4. 2627415 
4. 0227657 
4. 1387356 
4. 4489394 
4. 5248164 



GEORGE, SHERIDAN COUNTY. 

Situated on a peaked butte on ridge on east side of main Prairie 
Dog Creek and about 3 miles east of Sheridan. 
Station mark : A standard iron bench-mark post. 

[Latitude 44° 46' 23.52". Longitude 106° 52' 47.28".] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


McCormick 


o / // 

12 37 07.26 

76 47 56.20 
118 39 22.38 
332 23 31.18 


192 36 06.25 
256 40 54.44 
298 31 44.91 
152 28 45.96 


Meters. 

3. 9413366 


Beckton 


4. 1314607 


Soldier 


4. 2107574 


Prairie Dog 


4. 3283742 







WILSON, RKNSHAWE. 
DOUGLAS, GOODE 



WYOMING. 
M'CORMICK, SHERIDAN COUNTY. 



97 



Situated about 6 miles east of Big Horn, on a grassy hill between 
Prairie Dog and McCormiek creeks. 
Station mark : A standard iron bench-mark post. 

[Latitude 44° 41' 47.32". Longitude 106° 54' 13.96".] 



To station 



Azimuth. 



Back azimuth. 



Log. distance. 



Banner 

Beckton 

Soldier 

George 

Prairie Dog 



10 50 13.75 
115 43 44.50 
142 51 56.14 
192 36 06.26 
311 17 06.05 



190 49 10.61 
295 37 44. 01 
322 45 20. 00 
12 37 07. 26 
131 23 21.52 



Meters. 
4. 0227657 
4. 0972845 
4. 3109496 
3. 9413366 
4. 1953394 



PRAIRIE DOG, SHERIDAN COUNTY. 

Situated on south end of high point on divide between Prairie Dog 
and Piney creeks, at head of Murphy Gulch. A road from Prairie 
Dog to Bigred post-office crosses ridge one-half mile north of station. 

Station mark : A bronze triangulation tablet, cemented in solid rock. 

[Latitude 44° 36' 11. 82". Longitude 106° 45' 19.69".] 



To station- 



McKinney 

Banner 

Beckton . _ _ 
McCormiek 

George 

Buffalo 



Azimuth. 



4 13 33. 92 
90 05 05. 62 
124 29 27.56 
131 23 21.52 
152 28 45. 96 
346 18 59.87 



Back azimuth. 



184 12 20.47 
269 57 47. 37 
304 17 11.73 
311 17 06.05 
332 23 31.18 
166 21 40.71 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 
4. 4987622 
4. 1387356 
4. 4461406 
4. 1953394 
4. 3283742 
4.3315864 



MERIDIAN MARKS. 



BUFFALO, JOHNSON COUNTY. 



Location of station : On rise of ground 50 feet above Clear Creek 
and 1,400 feet south of fence surrounding Buffalo high school. It is 
one-fourth mile east of the main street of Buffalo. It is above (south 
of) ice house and ice pond. 

Station mark: A limestone post, 36 inches long, cut 8 inches square 
at top, set 32 inches in the ground, and in center of top is cemented 
a bronze meridian tablet. 



Bull. 201—02- 



98 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 

Distant mark: North of station 1,400 feet, at base of fence sur- 
rounding Buffalo high school; a limestone post 36 inches long and 
cut 8 inches square at top, set 32 inches in the ground, in the center 
of top of which is cemented a bronze meridian tablet ; true azimuth, 
179° 58' 01.15"; north mark is set 9.69 inches too far west. 

MONTANA. 

TRIANGULATION STATIONS. 

Positions in northwestern Montana, published herewith, result from 
the field work of Messrs. S. S. Gannett, A. H. Thompson, H. L. Bald- 
win, jr., and R. II. Chapman, in the years 1897 to 1901, inclusive. 
They are based upon a geodetic latitude and longitude found by 
taking the mean of the astronomic positions, as determined at Hamil- 
ton and Helena stations, which were connected through a series of 
quadrilaterals. 

Seven positions of stations in the expansion of the Hamilton base, 
published in the nineteenth annual report, are now republished with 
corrected values. 

The Helena astronomic station is a primary astronomic station of 
the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey, situated near the 
United States assay office at Helena, and connected by measurements 
with the court-house spire. 

The observed latitude of the pier is 46° 35' 18.3". 

The observed longitude of the pier is 112° 02' 11.84". 

The corresponding position of the court-house spire is, latitude 
46° 35' 17.5"; longitude 112° 02' 00.94". 

To obtain the geodetic positions adopted, subtract from above 1.57" 
for latitude, and 2.13" for longitude. 

The Helena base (Lewis and Clarke County) was measured twice 
at night with the 300-foot standard steel tape, along the roadbed of 
the Northern Pacific Railroad near Helena, by Mr. R. H. Chapman, 
topographer, in 1897. The resulting length, when reduced to sea level 
and corrected for temperature and inclination, is 6,511.77 meters. 

The Hamilton astronomic station is situated on the eastern side of 
the railroad right of way, 50 feet east of the eastern rail of track, 80 
feet northeast of the station at Hamilton, Ravalli County. The 
quarter corner between sees. 25 and 30, Rs. 20 and 21 W., T. 6 N., is 
distant 339 feet, true bearing N. 39° 13' W. 

Observations for time were made on three nights in July, 1897. 
Telegraphic comparisons of time were made with the Washington 
Observatory, St. Louis, on the same nights. Prof. II. S. Pritchett 
was the observer at the Washington Observatory and Mr. S. S. 
Gannett at the Hamilton station. 

The resulting observed longitude for the Hamilton station is 114° 
09' 09.40" i 0.11". 



WILSON, RENSHAWE 
DOUGLAS, GOODE 



I 



MONTANA. 



99 



The observed latitude from 56 sets of observations is 46° 14' 53.91" 
± 0.11". 

To obtain the geodetic positions adopted, add to the above 1.57" 
for latitude and 2.13" for longitude. 

A meridian mark was set 2,377 feet south of pier on the section 
line, 213.4 feet east of corner between sees. 31, 36, 25, and 30, T. ON., 
R. 20 W. 

The Bitterroot Base was measured with 300-foot steel tape along 
the Hamilton branch of the Northern Pacific Railway. 

The resulting length, when reduced to sea level and corrected for 
temperature and inclination, is 8,582.835 meters. 

Connection was made with post No. 373 on the international bound- 
ary and with a station of the Missouri River Commission (see Hilger 
station below). 

Azimuths were obtained by observations on Polaris near elongation 
at following stations: Hamilton (astronomic station), Helena West 
Base, Monture, Carey, and Durham. 



MONTURE, DEER LODGE COUNTY. 

A high, sharp peak on southern end of an approximately north-and- 
south ridge between two streams flowing into South Fork of Flathead 
River. The westernmost branch of Monture Creek heads immedi- 
ately south of station. Peak is about 12 miles north from Wood worth 
post-office and 20 miles northwest of Ovando post-office. The best 
approach is from Woodworth via trail up East Fork of Shanley (or 
Cottonwood) Creek, across east-and-west ridge to headwaters of Mon- 
ture Creek, through pass southeast of station. Animals were taken 
to summit. Good camps at lakes on high shelf east of station. 

Station mark: An aluminum bolt set in a bowlder weighing several 
tons. 

[Latitude 47° 14' 23.41 ". Longitude 113° 17' 37.23".] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth.' 


Log. distance. 




o / 


o , 


Meters. 


Kanias 


26 40 08.07 


206 25 57.27 


4. 7399916 


McLeod 


71 46 10.73 


251 18 33. 13 


4. 7006137 


McDonald 


109 01 24.01 


288 33 51.54 


4. 6979308 


Holland 


146 46 33.27 


326 33 51.64 


4. 5966669 


Gordon 


191 21 35.48 


11 23 59.42 


4. 3187096 


Scapegoat 


257 05 13.29 


77 25 45.73 


4. 5581578 


Stonewall 


287 33 59.67 


107 58 28.19 


4. 6461419 



100 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 
NEVADA, DEER LODGE COUNTY. 

On summit of a round-topped, heavily timbered mountain on con- 
tinental divide, about 12 miles north of west from Marys ville and 5 
miles northwest of point where Marysville-Blackfoot City wagon road 
crosses the continental divide. Mountain is very steep on north 
slope. Waters to north, to west, and to south flow to Nevada Creek; 
those to east flow to the Little Prickly Pear. Two and one-half 
miles a little east of south from station is a similar mountain, heavily 
timbered, and about same elevation. 

Station mark: A bronze tablet cemented in a stone post, 30 by 9 
by 12 inches, set level with surface of ground. 

Reference marks: Copper nail in top of blazed stump; true azimuth, 
243° 54'; distance, 10.3 feet east. Copper nail in root of blazed stump; 
true azimuth, 329° 39'; distance, 25.2 feet southeast. Copper nail in 
blaze on stump marked "1892 J. Fell — J. D.;" true azimuth, 72° 45'; 
distance, 47.4 feet southwest. 

[Latitude 46° 46' 22.48". Longitude 112° 32' 36.74".] 



To station- 



Stonewall 

Dearborn 

Mitchell 
Hilger _ . _ 

Lenox 

Red Mountain 



Azirmith. 



159 02 04.84 
179 01 55.27 
220 48 24.96 
269 54 59.04 
301 07 07. 16 
324 21 42.82 



Back azimuth. 



338 53 34.65 
359 01 21.40 
40 59 57. 79 
90 21 45.41 
121 29 50.10 
144 35 44. 25 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 

4. 6142244 
4. 7603365 
4. 4870990 
4. 6700058 
4. 6(586244 
4. 6273402 



SILVERTIP, DEER LODGE COUNTY. 

A high rocky peak on divide between the waters of the South Fork 
and Middle Fork of Flathead River, about 25 miles (air line) from 
Warm Springs on North Fork of Sun River. The longest axis of the 
mountain is northwesterly-southeasterly. The peak is very steep on 
every side, but may be easily ascended up spur almost due east of 
station. The nearest camp (water and grass) is about 3 miles south 
of peak immediately at foot of sharp ridge extending south from peak. 

Station mark: A copper bolt set in rock in place and stamped 

"U.S.G.S.A." 

Reference mark: A cairn 6 feet high, 8.7 feet southeast of station 
mark. 



WILSON, RENSHAWE, 
DOUGLAS, GOODE. 



MONTANA. 

[Latitude 47° 47' 10.12". Longitude 113° 14' 59.44".] 



101 



To station- 



Holland . _ . 

Swan 

Gildart .. 
Baptiste _ . 
Pentagon _ 

Rocky 

Whiteridge 
Cliff 



Azimuth. 



42 01 
76 14 
101 31 
143 18 
210 45 
264 35 
303 07 
327 06 



38. 15 
46.05 
51.59 
08.99 
44.39 
41.52 
39.14 
24.40 



Back azimuth. 



221 46 56.48 
255 57 25.72 
281 13 25.03 
323 01 05.26 
30 51 22.22 
84 55 43. 91 
123 18 41.25 
147 11 49.77 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 

4. 5712744 
4. 4793510 
4. 5009454 
4. 6785024 
4. 2669682 
4. 5304282 
4. 3480500 
4. 2277913 



STONEWALL, DEERLODGE COUNTY. 

On the highest point of Stonewall Mountain, about 10 miles north 
of Lincoln and from 12 to 15 miles southwest of the Continental 
Divide. It lies between the headwaters of Copper Creek, which is a 
westerly branch of the Center Fork of the Big Blackfoot River, and 
those of "Eight Mile" Creek, which flows to the Big Blackfoot River 
near Ovando (to west of mountain), about 2 miles north of "copper 
mines" near head of Copper Creek. The only good camping place is 
at toe of heavily timbered ridge about 6 miles southeast of station, at 
forks of Copper Creek. Feed for stock is scarce and thin. 

Station mark : A small cairn covering a flat stone set level with sur- 
face, upon which is roughly chiseled "U.S.G.S. + ," the cross being 
at center of station. 

Reference mark : A cairn 10 feet high, 8. 3 feet northeast of station 
mark. 

[Latitude 47° 07' 05.81". Longitude 112° 44' 14.95".] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Kamas _ ... 


62 16 54.23 
107 58 28.19 
131 58 08.34 
162 24 11.37 
215 30 12.74 
293 26 03.02 
338 53 34.65 


241 38 22.85 
287 33 59.67 
311 36 01.52 
342 20 13.22 
35 38 11.10 
113 46 08.85 
159 02 04.84 


Meters. 
4. 8797950 


Monture 


4. 6461419 


Gordon . 


4. 7069408 


Scapegoat 


4. 3530624 


Dearborn . 


4. 3726424 


Mitchell 


4.5791777 


Nevada . . 


4. 6142244 







102 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bum,. 201. 
JENEAS, FLATHEAD COUNTY. 

A high, bare, rocky peak on Swan Range, about 1 mile south of 
./Eneas Pass trail, 10 miles north of foot of Swan Lake, 5 miles east 
of south end of Echo Lake. Easiest reached from the west by ^Eneas 
Pass, thence south along ridge. Good camp at small lake one-half 
mile south and 500 feet below station, at foot of iEneas trail. 

Station mark : An aluminum tablet cemented in rock in place, above 
which a cairn 7 feet high was erected. 

[Latitude 48° 09' 00.18". Longitude 113° 55' 05.28".j 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Moss - .- -- - 


4 17 54.69 
206 51 28.55 
276 02 37. 98 
330 57 57.43 


o / // 

184 15 36.68 
26 57 50.35 
96 15 23.15 

151 09 15.48 


Meters. 
4. 7138082 


G.N 


4. 3679315 


Baptiste - .. - -- 


4. 3296589 


Gildart 


4. 5920903 







BAPTISTE, FLATHEAD COUNTY. 

A high, bare, sandstone peak, light in color, and highest in vicinity, 
on range east of South Fork of Flathead River, about 10 miles south- 
west from Java Station on Great Northern Railway. It was ascended 
by traveling about 4 miles on foot along ridge from the south. There 
is a good camp in basin at head of gulch flowing to South Fork, about 
1 mile southwest of station, from which the climb to station is not 
difficult. 

Station mark : An aluminum tablet cemented in rock in place, over 
which a cairn 6 feet high was erected. 

[Latitude 48° 07' 46.08". Longitude 113° 37' 57.90".] 



To station- 



Azimuth. 



Back azimuth. 



Log. distance. 



Swan 

Gildart 

Moss 

^Eneas 

G.N 

Stimpson- . . 
Observation 

Elk 

Half Dome . 
Pentagon . . 
Silvertip _ . . 



42 

4 16 

27 11 

96 15 

155 19 

182 20 

211 26 

235 00 

248 41 

300 12 

323 01 



26. 09 
52.85 
38.65 
23.15 
00.86 
13.96 
50.30 
57.26 
47.27 
30.27 
05.26 



180 42 06. 12 

184 15 27.46 

206 56 38.27 

276 02 37. 98 

335 12 36.32 

2 21 17.88 

31 40 33.62 

55 15 59.88 

69 06 34. 17 

120 35 13.88 

143 18 08. 99 



Meters. 
4. 6572513 
4. 5052975 
4. 7432742 
4. 3296589 
4.4052811 
4. 6335816 
4. 6377352 
4.4837563 
4. 6448796 
4. 6439957 
4. 6785024 



WILSON, BENSHAWK, - ! 
DOUGLAS, UOODE. J 



MONTANA. 



103 



COALBANK, FLATHEAD COUNTY. 

About 20 miles almost due north of Columbia Falls, on highest 
point of ridge, 1 mile east of North Fork of Flathead River, 3 miles 
south of mouth of Camas Creek, and 5 miles southeast and across 
river from mouth of Coal Creek. Easily ascended from north, where 
good camp may be found about 4 miles northeast of station. From 
Camas Creek keep southwesterly through timber and windfall to a 
long, timbered ridge, a north spur from which peak is visible. 

Station mark : An aluminum tablet cemented in block of limestone 
36 by 18 by 16 inches resting on surface, with small cairn 2 feet high 
over it. 

Reference mark: A cairn 6 feet high, around which is tripod 15 feet 
high, 4.7 feet west of center. 

[Latitude 48° 36' 08.06". Longitude 114° 07' 58.98".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Vulture 

Heavens - 


197 06 43.77 
239 33 31.95 


17 11 42.70 
59 46 03.41 


Meters. 

4. 4403850 
4. 3753830 



GILDART, FLATHEAD COUNTY. 

A high, rocky, shale point on summit of Swan Range, about 10 miles 
northwest of Swan Peak, about 12 miles southwest of south end of 
Swan Lake, 10 miles northeast of Squaw Flat. Good camping place 
at a small lake one-fourth mile south and 500 feet below station. 

Station mark : An aluminum bolt set in shale rock, over which a 
cairn 6 feet high was erected. 

[Latitude 47° 50' 32.54". Longitude 113° 39' 52.83".] 



To station 



Azimuth. 



Back azimuth. 



Log. distance. 



Moss 

^Eneas _ . 
Baptiste 
Pentagon 
Silvertip 



52 52 45.61 
151 09 15.48 
184 15 27.46 
256 25 17.57 
281 13 25.03 



232 39 12.36 

330 57 57.43 

4 16 52.85 

76 49 23.37 

101 31 51.59 



Meters. 
4. 4583161 
4. 5720903 
4. 5052975 
4.6193167 
4. 5009454 






G. N., FLATHEAD COUNTY. 



On the highest and most northwesterly of group of high, bare, rocky 
peaks of a brilliant yellow color in sunlight, between Great Northern 
Railway and South Fork of Flathead River, about 15 miles south 



104 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 

of west from Paola, about 15 miles due south from Nyack. The south 
slope is a cliff and the north and northeast slopes are covered by a 
glacier. Ascent was made from camps at two small lakes southeast 
of station. 

Station mark : A copper nail in mound of cement and rock chips, 
over which a cairn 6 feet high was erected. 

[Latitude 48° 20' 13.74". Longitude 113° 46' 33.47".] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


^Eneas 


o / // 

26 57 50.35 
211 47 53.12 
'277 40 01.70 
335 12 36.32 


206 51 28.55 

31 55 22.82 

98 11 16.00 

155 19 00.86 


Meters. 
4. 3679315 


Stimpson 

Half Dome . . 


4. 3693805 

1.7178889 


Baptiste J 


4. 4052811 



HEAVENS, FLATHEAD COUNTY. 

The highest sharp peak on ridge between McDonald Creek and 
Camas Creek, having a glacier on north and heavy snow field on east, 
about 5 miles north of northern end of McDonald Lake. It may be 
ascended from McDonald Creek by a long, hard climb, but the easiest 
route is from Camas Creek west of station by trail up Camas Creek 
to point about halfway between marshy meadow and first lake above 
Trout Lake, thence east up small stream heading in basin directly 
west of station, thence up spur north of basin to summit. Rock wall 
climbing for 2,000 feet. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rock 
on edge of cliff. 

Reference mark: A cairn 6 feet high 3 feet southwest, of station 
mark. 

[Latitude 48° 42' 36.15". Longitude 113° 51' 18.05".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Coal bank 


o / // 

59 46 03.41 
139 25 55. 88 
181 27 22.63 
215 53 50.41 

261 27 08.56 


o / // 

239 33 31.95 

319 18 22.24 

1 27 45.27 

36 04 59.30 

81 36 27.41 


Meters. 
4. 3753830 


Vulture 


4. 2767308 


Cleveland 


4. 3820563 


Chief 


4. 4892290 


Siyeh 


4. 1866002 



MOSS, FLATHEAD COUNTY. 

On a high, rocky peak on Mission Range, 4,500 feet above Flathead 
Lake, about 4 miles east of Phil. Moss's house. Small timber on top of 



WILSON, RENSHAW 
DOUGLAS, GOODE 



El] 



MONTANA. 



105 



mountain was practically cleared off. Easily ascended by trail turn- 
ing east up ridge, about a mile north of Moss's house. Good camp 
near foot of cliff to east and 1,000 feet below station; if no water 
there, find small meadow and pond 1| miles northeast, or lake 1-J 
miles southeast. 
Station mark: An aluminum tablet cemented in limestone ledge. 

[Latitude 47° 41' 09.71". Longitude 113° 58' 11.22".] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 




/ // 


o / 


Meters. 


^Eneas . . 


184 15 36.68 


4 17 54 69 


4. 7138082 
4. 7432742 
4. 4583161 


Baptiste 


206 56 38.27 


27 11 38.65 


Gildart 


232 39 12.36 


52 52 45.61 


Swan 


260 56 43.68 


81 11 21.24 


4. 3986100 


Holland 


299 27 42.68 


119 44 55.97 


4. 5264132 


McDonald 


353 22 19.41 


173 24 36.47 


4. 5284824 



STIMPSON, FLATHEAD COUNTY. 

The highest prominent mountain about 10 miles, air line, north- 
east of Nyack station, Great Northern Railway, 6 miles southwest of 
Cut Bank Pass. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid 
rock, above which a cairn feet high was erected. 

[Latitude 48° 30' 57.41". Longitude 113° 36' 32.43".] 



To station- 



Azimuth. 



Baptiste I 2 2117.88 

Siyeh 173 02 48.84 

Divide .....'. 222 29 55. 14 

Observation 285 51 16.29 

Elk 317 43 41.50 



Back azimuth. 



Log. distance. 



o / // 


Meters. 


182 20 13.96 


4. 6335816 


353 01 46. 16 


4. 3805672 


42 40 04. 16 


4. 3582004 


106 03 58.03 


4. 3369737 


137 57 42.89 


4. 5376220 



SWAN, FLATHEAD COUNTY. 

The highest sharp peak of the Swan Range lying between the Swan 
Valley and the valley of the South Fork of Flathead River. The 
peak is easily ascended by following the northeast ridge from camp 
at foot of cliff due east from station. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rock, 
above which a cairn 7 feet high was erected. 



106 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 

[Latitude 47° 43' 15.595". Longitude 113° 38' 24.80".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


McDonald 


/ // 

29 18 20.25 

81 11 21.24 

180 42 06. 12 

255 57 25.72 

347 45 20.68 


o / // 

209 06 01.90 

260 56 43.68 

42 26. 09 

76 14 46.05 

167 47 57.74 


Meters. 
4. 6322527 


Moss - 


4. 3986100 


Baptiste - - - - - - 


4. 6572513 


Silvertip - 


4. 4793510 


Holland - - 


4. 3214981 







VULTURE, FLATHEAD COUNTY. 

A high, ragged peak with glacier remnants on east, on ridge dividing 
waters of Little Kootenai Creek and the North Fork of Flathead River. 
It is between the head of Quartz Creek on north and Logging Creek 
on south. Most easily ascended from near the head of Little Koote- 
nai Creek via trail to summit of ridge one-half mile north of large 
cairn on prominent peak, thence southwesterly around head of Quartz 
Creek across bench due east of peak, thence over snow field and 
through gap just south of station, thence north across snow field to 
top of ridge, thence along crest to station. 

Station mark : A bronze triangulation tablet under center of cairn 
8 feet high. 

[Latitude 48° 50' 20.78". Longitude 114° 01' 21.20".] 



To station- 



Coal bank 
Cleveland 

Siyeh 

Heavens _ 



Azimuth. 



17 11 42.70 
232 52 39.49 
293 35 42.22 
319 18 22.24 



Back azimuth. 



197 06 43.77 

53 00 36.56 

113 52 35.32 

139 25 55.88 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 

4.4403850 
4. 2086134 
4. 4776027 

4. 2767308 



QUIGG, GRANITE COUNTY. 

A high, rocky peak, about 20 miles south of Quigley and about 3 
miles east of Rock Creek at point where trail to Stevensville, via 
Burnt Fork, leaves main Quigley-Phillipsburg trail. Peak is about 
4,100 feet above river, and the slopes are covered with small scatter- 
ing trees. About 2 miles east of station is a similar peak, bare, and 
perhaps higher. 

Station mark : An aluminum tablet cemented in ledge, close to edge 
of precipice north of station. 

Reference marks: Copper nail in notch on west side of pine tree, 
blazed on northeast and west sides (S); true azimuth, 352° 48'; dis- 
tance, 53.4 feet south. Copper nail in top of pine stub blazed on 



WTIiSON, RKN8HAWE, 
DOUGLAS, GOODE. 



MONTANA. 



107 



north, south, east, and west sides; true azimuth, 128° 21'; distance, 
27.2 feet west. Copper nail in turn of pine stub blazed on side 
toward station; true azimuth, 267° 55'; distance 24 feet east. 

[Latitude 46° 29' 01.36". Longitude 113° 43' 04.32".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Willow 

St. Mary 


o / // 

41 12 36.54 

94 50 59.47 

157 16 02.01 

167 13 20.58 

192 28 26.79 


o , „ 

221 03 41.08 
274 28 07. 87 
337 08 42.48 
347 04 26.19 
12 32 51.52 


Meters. 
4.3803840 
4 6069916 


Miller 


4 5212790 


McLeod . 

Kamas . 


4. 8445761 
4 5532809 







CAREY, LEWIS AND CLARKE COUNTY. 

Station is in NW. i of sec 11, T. 20 N., R. 7 W., on north end of 
flat, grassy ridge running northeasterly and southwesterly, about 5 
miles northwest of town of Augusta. It is about one-half mile south 
of road from Augusta to Sun River Canyon (North Fork), and about 
4 miles southeast of "China" Clark's ranch on Willow Creek. Azi- 
muth station. 

Station mark: Copper bolt set in rock in place, marked "IT. S. 
G. s. A-" 

[Latitude 47° 30' 24.76". Longitude 112° 27' 14.31".] 



To station- 



Dearborn. 

Scapegoat 
Fairview . 

Rocky. .... 



Azimuth. 





/ // 


17 


53 06.65 


52 


32 36.20 


83 37 46.40 


142 


55 47. 19 



Back azimuth. 



197 48 35.17 
232 16 05. 76 
263 24 42. 84 
322 40 29.10 



Log. distance. 



Meters, 

4. 4019801 
4. 5513954 
4. 3500521 
4. 6321238 



CLIFF, ON LINE BETWEEN LEWIS AND CLARKE AND DEER LODGE 

COUNTIES. 

On Continental Divide, on edge of cliff, about 15 miles north of 
west of Warm Springs on North Fork of Sun River, at head of West 
Fork of South Fork of North Fork of Sun River, and about 6£ miles 
nearly west of " Whiteridge." There is a break in cliff wall about 2 
miles north of station and a goat trail over break. Best route to foot 
of cliff is via North Fork of Sun River and up the first canyon north 
of Whiteridge station. 

Station mark: A copper bolt set in solid rock. 

Reference mark: A cairn 6 feet high, 7.5 feet north of station mark. 



108 PEIMARY TRIAtfGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 
[Latitude 47° 39' 30.51". Longitude 113° 07' 39.69".] 



To station- 



Azimuth. 



Back azimuth. 



Log. distance. 



Silvertip _ _ 
Pentagon . 

Rocky 

Whiteridge 
Scapegoat . 



147 11 49.77 
180 37 39.31 
234 50 07. 95 
258 08 36.32 
329 30 27.07 



327 06 24.40 

37 51.06 

55 04 43.69 

78 14 12.69 

149 43 43. 23 



Meters. 
4. 2277913 
4. 4782543 

4.4787721 
3. 9867018 
4. 6504064 



DEARBORN, LEWIS AND CLARKE COUNTY. 

The highest point of eastern end of a long ridge dividing the waters 
of the North Fork of Dearborn River (to south) from the South Fork 
of Sun River (to north). The mountain has high cliffs of Avhite lime- 
stone on east, south, and north, but the southwest slope is compara- 
tively gradual. About 4 miles south of west of Sheep Mountain. 

Best ascended from camp on Dearborn River, southwest of peak. 
Pack animals can be taken to station. 

Station mark: A copper bolt marked "IT. S. G. S. A" set in rock 
in place, about 10 feet from edge of cliff. 

[Latitude 47° 17' 27.01". Longitude 112° 33' 23.12".] 



To station 



Stonewall 



Azimuth. 



35 38 11.10 



Scapegoat 96 30 25.26 



Fairview 
Carey . . . 
Mitchell. 

Nevada . 



145 57 39.49 

197 48 35.17 
328 30 21.50 
359 01 21.40 



Back azimuth. 


o / // 

215 30 12.74 


276 18 27.59 


325 49 08. 70 


17 53 06.65 


148 42 31.19 


179 01 55.27 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 
4. 3726424 
4. 3147674 
4.4142805 
4. 4019801 
4. 6050259 
4. 7603365 



EAST BASE, LEWIS AND CLARKE COUNTY. 

On top of bank north of Northern Pacific Railway track, at first 
cut, about 1 mile west of East Helena station. 

Station mark : A bronze bench-mark tablet set in a dressed granite 
block, 27.5 feet north of the north rail of track and about 12 feet 
above it. 



WILSON, RENSHAWE 
DOUGLAS, GOODE 



'] MONTANA. 

[Latitude 46° 35' 32.01". Longitude 111° 50' 24.35".] 



109 



To station- 



Lenox 

Court-House . 
Mount Helena 

West base 

Scratchgravel 

Gainer 

Hilger 



Azimuth. 



56 56 18. 10 
86 06 51.67 
88 17 23.38 
101 05 27.93 
131 08 54.47 
164 51 38.90 
181 57 34.93 



Back azimuth. 



236 52 41.29 
266 02 44.33 
268 11 59.17 
281 01 49.78 
311 02 39.88 
344 49 56.69 
1 57 58.36 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 

3. 8801431 
3.8612164 
3. 9779385 
3. 8136990 
4. 1626492 
4. 0583098 
4. 3006694 



WEST BASE, LEWIS AND CLARKE COUNTY. 

About 570 feet west of switch stand near western end of tangent of 
Northern Pacific Railway track and 1,000 feet west of the depot at 
Helena. It is 27.5 feet north of the line of the north rail of main 
track projected from end of tangent, and is south of track. Center 
is 07. 5 feet from switch stand, on north side of track, to northeast 
and 70.35 feet from switch stand, on south side of track to northwest. 

Station mark : A bronze bench-mark tablet set in a dressed granite 
block. 

[Latitude 46° 36' 12.47". Longitude 112° 01' 24.60".] 



To station 



Court-house spire 
Mount Helena . 
Scratchgravel _. 

Gamer 

East hase 

Lenox 



Azimuth. 



26 07 08.51 
63 39 09.67 
151 11 59.58 
199 06 45.92 
281 01 49.78 
359 36 53.99 



Back azimuth. 



206 06 39.30 

243 37 23.58 

331 09 23.26 

19 08 42.03 



101 05 27. 
179 36 55. 



93 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 

3. 2887750 
3. 5402121 
3. 9770434 
4. 0154497 
3. 8136990 
3.7317875 



FAIRVIEW, LEWIS AND CLARKE COUNTY. 

About lb' miles a little south of west of town of Augusta, on the 
highest point of high ridge just west of a head of a North Fork of Wil- 
low Creek (which flows to the North Fork of Sun River), and about 1 
mile north of the main branch of Willow Creek. It is about 2 miles 
west of " Red " McCarty's ranch house. The Augusta- Warm Springs 
road, via Willow Creek, passes east of station, and wood roads load to 
foot of cliff beneath it. 

Station mark: A copper bolt set in rock in place, 7.0 feet west of 
cairn. 



110 PRIMARY TRI ANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 



Reference mark : A cairn 8 feet high, erected 5 feet from edge of 
cliff. 

[Latitude 47° 29' 02.95". Longitude 112° 44' 57. 17".] 



To station- 



Scapegoat - 
Whiteridge 

Rocky 

Carey 

Dearborn . 



Azimuth. 



17 10 48.39 
138 30 03.82 
174 11 44.97 
263 24 42. 84 
325 49 08.70 



Back azimuth. 



197 07 20.51 
318 18 53.87 
354 09 32.49 
83 37 46.40 
145 57 39.49 



Log. distance. 



Meters, 

4. 3028101 
4. 4558891 
4. 5665888 
4. 3500521 
4. 4142805 



GAMER, LEWIS AND CLARKE COUNTY. 

The station is just south of the middle of an east- west road run- 
ning on second section line north of south line of T. 11 N., R. 3 W., 
about one-fourth mile east of Fred Gamer's ranch house, about 8 
miles morth and east of Helena, and 443 feet west of stone in swamp, 
marking corner common to sees. 21, 22, 27, and 28, T. 11 N., R. 3 W. 

Station mark: A copper bolt stamped "U.S.G.S. A"? set in a gran- 
ite post about 12 by 10 by 6 inches and level with surface of ground, 
having a mound of earth about 12 inches high heaped over the 
center. 

[Latitude 46° 41' 29. 52". Longitude 111° 58' 44. 93".] 



To station- 



West base 

Scratchgravel 

Hilger 

SE. cor. sees. 21,22,27, and 28, T. 
N.,R.3W 

East base 



Azimuth. 



19 08 42.03 

79 30 32. 88 

202 18 38.59 



344 49 56.69 



Back azimuth. 



199 06 45.92 

259 26 00. 29 

22 20 44.40 



164 51 38.90 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 
4. 0154497 
3.9084088 
3. 9848157 

2. 1308116 
4. 0583098 



HILGER, LEWIS AND CLARKE COUNTY. 

A station of the Missouri River Commission Survey, on the eastern 
end of a fiat- topped mountain about 2^ miles west of Missouri River, 
15 miles northwest of Helena, and 22 miles northwest of Canyon 
Ferry on Missouri River. 

Station mark: A -j-inch copper bolt, leaded into rock in place, set 
by Missouri River Commission. 



WILSON, RENSHAWE 
DOUGLAS, GOODE 



B '] MONTANA. 

[Latitude 46° 46' 18.78". Longitude 111° 55' 52.15".] 



Ill 



To station- 



East base 

Lenox 

Gamer 

Red 

Scratchgravel 

Nevada 

Mitchell 



Azimuth. 



1 57 58.36 
16 17 22.88 
22 20 44.40 
33 02 05.53 
48 12 22.20 
90 21 45.41 
131 22 47.89 



Back azimuth. 



181 57 43.93 
196 13 22.30 
202 18 38.59 
212 49 24. 67 
228 05 43.65 
269 54 59.04 
311 07 31.60 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 
4. 3006695 

4. 4000026 
3. 9848157 
4. 6125363 
4. 1933062 
4. 6700058 
4. 5485050 



Position for this station, as published by the Missouri River Commission in 
Appendix AAA, Report for 1891 of Chief of Engineers, War Department: 
Latitude, 46° 46' 10.07". Longitude, 111° 55' 48.43". 

LENOX, LEWIS AND CLARKE COUNTY. 

The station is on a high, grassy ridge, 2.4 miles south of the court- 
house at Helena, and 2.25 miles west of south of the Lenox addition 
to the city of Helena. 

Station mark: A bronze bench-mark tablet cemented in rock in 
place. 

[Latitude 46° 33' 17.83". Longitude 112° 01' 22.90".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance 




o / // 


o / 


Meters. 


Red 


56 07 20. 15 


235 58 40.62 


4. 2649438 


Nevada _ _ 


121 29 50. 10 


301 07 07.16 


4. 6686244 


Helena 


140 46 34.00 


320 44 46. 71 


3. 6966486 


West base- - 


179 36 55.22 


359 36 53.99 


3. 7317875 


Hilger 


196 13 22.30 


16 17 22.88 


4. 4000026 


East base 


236 52 41.29 


56 56 18. 10 


3. 8801431 







MITCHELL, LEWIS AND CLARKE COUNTY. 

On north peak of a high, grassy ridge, bare on north and west 
slopes, with scattering timber on the south and dense forest on east 
slope; about 10 miles northwest of Mitchell station on Montana Cen- 
tral Railway and immediately west of Lyon Gulch. It is between 
the waters of Lyon Gulch and Canyon Creek, and about 2| miles 
east of the Continental Divide. 

Station mark: A copper bolt marked U. S. G. S. A set in rock in 
place. 



112 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull, 301. 

[Latitude 46° 58' 53.82". Longitude 112° 16' 47.53".] 



To station— 



Azimuth. Back azimuth. Log. distance. 



Nevada 

Stonewall 

Scapegoat 

Dearborn 

Hilger 

Scratchgravel 



40 59 57. 79 
113 46 08.85 
131 38 20.00 
148 42 31.19 
311 07 31.60 
335 56 46. 55 



220 48 24.96 
293 26 03.02 
311 14 35.51 
328 30 21.50 
131 22 47. 89 
156 05 22.86 



Meters. 

4. 4870990 
4. 5791777 
4. 7436966 
4. 6050259 
4. 5485050 
4.5671950 



MOUNT HELENA, LEWIS AND CLARKE COUNTY. 

Station is on summit of high peak a mile west of the city of Helena. 
Station mark: A bronze bench-mark tablet cemented in rock in 
place, stamped 5458 feet. 

[Latitude 46° 35' 22.58". Longitude 112 03' 50.63".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


West Base . - 


o / // 

243 37 23.58 
268 11 59.17 
320 44 46. 71 


63 39 09.(57 

88 17 23.38 

140 46 34.00 


Meters. 

3. 5402121 


East Base 


3. 9779385 


Lenox . 


3. 6960486 







PENTAGON, ON LINE BETWEEN LEWIS AND CLARKE AND DEER 

LODGE COUNTIES. 

A high peak on Continental Divide, approximately 25 miles (air 
line) southwest of Raymond post-office. The drainage on the north, 

west, and sonlh is to the Middle Fork of Flathead River; that to the 
southeast is to North Fork of Sun River. The base of the peak has 
somewhat the shape of a pentagon, whence the name. Southeast of 
peak is a small lake and food where good camp is afforded. From 
here the ascent is comparatively easy, a climb of about 2,000 feet. 

Station mark : A copper bolt set in solid rock. 

Reference mark : A cairn 7 foot high, 12.3 feet north of slat ion mark. 
[Latitude 47° 55' 44.33". Longitude 113° 07' 23.82".] 



To station- 



Cliff _... 
Silvertip _ 
Gildart ... 
Baptiste . . . 

Elk 

Half Dome 
Rocky 



Azimuth. 



37 51.06 
30 51 22.22 
76 49 23.37 
120 35 13.88 
162 04 08. 01 
184 57 09.25 
297 40 04.06 



Back azimuth. Log. distance. 



180 37 39.31 
210 45 44.39 
256 25 17.58 
300 12 30.27 
341 56 23.93 
4 59 08.68 
117 54 29.90 



Meters. 
4. 4782543 
4. 2669682 
4.6193167 
4. 6439957 
4. 6206030 
4. 5834950 
4.4381328 



WIIiSON, KENSHAWE. 

DOUGLAS, GOODK. 



MONTANA. 



113 



SCAPEGOAT, ON J.INE BETWEEN LEWIS AND CLARKE AND DEER 
LODGE COUNTIES. 

Highest point of ragged limestone peak on Continental Divide, at 
head of a West Branch of the North Fork of Dearborn River. The 
drainage to soathwest is to Blackfoot River; to northwest is to Flat- 
head River. The point has low cliff on southwest. It rises from a 
plateau which is surrounded by a cliff with vertical wall of 500 feet 
and total height of about 1,000 feet. Ascended from east, from a 
West Branch of the North Fork of Dearborn River. Cliff may be 
scaled by ascent of snow in reentrant angle, about 1| miles southwest 
of point, or over tongue of ridge 2 miles southwest of point. 

Station mark: A copper bolt 10.5 feet east of cairn and about 3 feet 
below it, marked "IT. S. G. S. A-" 

Reference mark: A cairn 6 feet high on highest point. 

[Latitude 47° 18' 41.60". Longitude 112° 49' 39.58".] 



To station- 



Gordon .. 
Fairview _ 

Carey 

Dearborn 
Mitchell . 
Stonewall 



Azimuth. 



Ill 58 02.36 
197 07 20.51 
232 16 05.76 
276 18 27.59 
311 14 35.51 
342 19 51.98 



Back azimuth. 



291 39 52. 11 

17 10 48.39 

52 32 36.20 

96 30 25.26 

131 38 20.00 

162 23 50.24 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 
4. 5249427 
4. 3028101 
4. 5513954 
4. 3147674 
4. 7436966 
4. 3530878 



SCRATCHGRAVEL, LEWIS AND CLARKE COUNTY. 

Station is on highest point of a rocky knoll about 8 miles a little 
west of north from the city of Helena. Summit is thickly timbered, 
but some cutting was done near station. 

Station mark: A copper rivet set in lead in rock in place. 

Reference mark : A nail at bottom of blaze on south side of pine 
tree northeast of station; true azimuth to nail, 236° 21'; distance, 
12.25 feet. 

[Latitude 46° 40' 41.59". Longitude 112° 04' 59.60".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Mitchell 

Hilger .. - . _ . - 


o 1 II 

156 05 22.86 
228 05 43. 65 
259 26 00. 27 
311 02 39.88 
331 09 23.26 


335 56 46.55 

48 12 22.20 

79 30 32.88 

131 08 54.47 

151 11 59.58 


Meters. 
4. 5671950 
4. 1933062 


Gamer . . 


3. 9084088 


East Base . 


4. 1626492 


West Base - 


3. 9770434 







Bull. 201—02- 



114 PRIMARY TRI ANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 



WHITERIDGE, LEWIS AND CLARKE COUNTY. 

The highest peak on White Ridge, lying approximately northeast 
and southwest, about 10 miles northwest of the Warm Springs on the 
North Fork of Sun River. It is easily ascended via the northeast 
spur. 

Station mark: A copper bolt marked "U.S.G-.S.A" set in hard 
stone, extending 6 inches above surface and 18 inches below it. 

Reference mark: A cairn 9 feet high 7.5 feet east of center. 

[Latitude 47° 40' 34.78". Longitude 113° 00' 04.67".] 



To station- 



Cliff 

Siivertip - 
Rocky _ _ . 
Fairview _ 
Scax^egoat 



Azimuth. 



78 14 12.69 
123 18 41.25 
224 40 21.14 
318 18 53. 87 
342 03 17.29 



Back azimuth. 



258 08 36.32 
303 07 39. 14 
44 49 20. 21 
138 30 03.82 
162 10 58.11 



Log. distance. 
Meters. 

3.9867018 
4. 3480500 
4. 3334810 
4. 4558891 
4. 6295499 



1 GORDON, ON LINE BETWEEN MISSOULA AND POWELL COUNTIES. 

On the bare rocky summit of a comparatively low mountain 5 miles 
southwest of junction of South Fork of Flathead River and Willow 
Creek. The top is light-colored limestone dipping northeast, at north- 
ern end of a long limbered ridge. 

Staion mark : An aluminum tablet cemented in a flat rock. 

Reference marks: + cut in rock north of station, 21.8 feet distant. 
+ cut in rock west of station, 28.7 feet distant. 

[Latitude 47° 25' 24.63". Longitude 113° 14' 21.48".] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Monture 


11 23 59.42 
116 09 36.42 
291 39 52.11 
311 36 01.52 


191 21 35.48 
295 54 29. 38 
111 58 02.36 
131 58 08.34 


Meters. 

4. 3187096 


Holland 


4. 4575503 


Scapegoat 


4. 5249680 


Stonewall . _ . 


4. 7069408 



HOLLAND, MISSOULA COUNTY. 

A ver}^ high, sharp, bare peak on Swan Range, about 8 miles north- 
east of Holland ranch, in Swan Valley, and 6 miles west of north from 
Gordon Pass. May be approached with animals from Gordon Pass 
by keeping on high shelf, swinging around amphitheaters east of crest, 
crossing crest in pass, thence following game trail about 2 miles south 



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DOUGLAS, UOODE. 



MONTANA. 



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of station, and then traveling along ridge to station. Water, wood, 
and grass in flat west of crest and about 2 miles from station. 

Station mark : A bronze triangulation tablet cemented under center 
of cairn 8 feet high. 

[Latitude 47° 32' 12.17' . Longitude 113° 34' 52.13".] 






To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 




/ // 


o / // 


Meters. 


McLeod 


27 53 02.63 


207 38 01.81 


4. 7424174 


McDonald 


56 26 16.18 


236 11 22.28 


4. 4848600 


Moss 


119 44 55.97 


299 27 42.68 


4. 5264132 


Swan 


167 47 57. 74 
221 46 56.48 


347 45 20.68 
42 01 38. 15 


4. 3214980 


Silvertip 


4. 5712744 


Gordon 


295 54 29. 38 


116 09 36.42 


4. 4575503 


Monture 


326 33 51.64 


146 46 33.27 


4. 5966669 






KAMAS, MISSOULA COUNTY. 

On highest point and at east end of a high, timbered ridge on divide 
between waters of Big Blackfoot and Hellgate rivers. About 7 miles 
due south of Potomac post-office, Kamas Prairie, and about G miles 
east of Clinton, station of Northern Pacific Railway. It is about 
2 miles southeast from point where road from Clinton to Potomac 
crosses divide. 

Station mark : An aluminum tablet cemented in a stone buried even 
with surface of ground. 

Reference marks: Copper nail in notch on pine tree 24 inches 
diameter, 50.75 feet west; copper nail in top of fir stump 10 inches 
diameter, 21 feet north; copper nail in top of pine stump, blazed, 
13.2 feet northeast. 

[Latitude 46° 47' 51.64". Longitude 113° 37' 00.20".] 



To station- 






Quigg 
St. Mary . 
McLeod - . 
Monture - 
Stonewall 



Azimuth. 



Back azimuth. 



12 32 51.52 192 28 26.79 

56 49 45.87 236 22 25.90 

145 12 31.92 324 59 10.07 

206 25 57. 27 26 40 08. 07 

241 38 22.85 62 16 54.23 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 
4. 5532809 
4. 7591661 
4.6081045 
4. 7399916 
4.8798203 



M'DONALD, MISSOULA COUNTY. 

The highest peak of the Mission Range, about 15 miles north of 
east from St. Ignatius Mission and 20 miles north of Flathead Agency. 



116 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 



Top of mountain has two summits of equal elevation about half a 
mile apart with drop of perhaps 100 feet between. Station is on west- 
ern peak. The mountain is more easily approached from the Flathead 
Valle}^ than from Swan Valle}^ and is most easily ascended from 
southwest. There is little feed for stock, but wood and water are 
plentiful on McDonald Creek at east foot of peak. 

Station mark : An aluminum bolt cemented in spit rock under 
center of a cairn 9 feet high. 

[Latitude 47° 23' 03.64". Longitude 113° 55' 05.42".] 



To station — 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


McLeod - 


o / // 

00 27 46.86 
173 24 36.48 
209 06 01.90 
236 11 22.28 
288 33 51.54 


o / // 

180 27 37.90 

353 22 19.41 

29 18 20.25 

56 26 16. 18 

109 01 24.01 


Meters. 
4. 5046578 


Moss . . - - - 


4. 5284824 


Swan 

Holland - .... 


4. 6322527 

4. 4848600 


Monture 


4. 6979308 



M'LEOD, MISSOULA COUNTY. 

The highest peak of group of mountains lying south of Jocko River 
and north of Missoula, on a southern extension of the Mission Range. 
It is plainly visible from Jocko post-office and Jocko Valley. Summit 
is round and barren, broken rock, having a deep amphitheater on 
northeast. Peak is easily ascended on foot, from pass on north, 
800 feet below summit, but animals may be taken to the station by 
approaching the peak from the southern slope. 

Station mark : An aluminum tablet, cemented in rock in place, over 
which is a cairn 9 feet high. 

[Latitude 47° 05' 48.80". Longitude 113° 55' 17.53".] 



To station- 



St. Mary - 
McDonald 
Holland _ _ 
Monture . 
Kamas . . . 
Quigg.... 
Miller __.. 



Azimuth. 



20 50 35.53 
180 27 37.90 
207 38 01.81 
251 18 33. 13 
324 59 10.07 
347 04 26. 19 
355 50 47.28 



Back azimuth. 



200 36 31.51 

27 37.60 

27 53 02.63 

71 46 10.73 

145 12 31.92 

167 13 20.58 

175 52 21.13 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 

4.8411536 
4. 5046578 
4. 7424174 
4. 7006137 
4. 6081045 
4. 8445761 
4. 5757137 



MILLER (MILLER CREEK PEAK), MISSOULA COUNTY. 

On a high, round-topped knob, about 10 miles (air line) southeast 
of Missoula. Knob is timbered on top, on north, east, and west 



WILSON, RENSHAWK, 1 
DOUGLAS, GOODE. J 



MONTANA. 



117 



slopes ; is grassy and open on south. It is between Little Park Creek, 
a branch of Miller Creek, and main Miller Creek; about 2 miles north- 
east of Hayes's sawmill and 2 miles southeast of mouth of Little Park 
Creek. Good camp on Miller Creek. 

Station mark : An aluminum tablet cemented in solid rock. 

[Latitude 46° 45' 32.90". Longitude 113° 53' 09.05".] 



To station- 



Azimuth. 



Back azimuth. 



Log. distance. 



Willow . 
St. Mary 
McLeod 
Quigg__. 



3 23 06.95 

45 09 31.93 

175 52 21.13 

337 08 42. 48 



183 21 29.21 
224 53 56. 85 
255 50 47.28 
157 16 02.01 



Meters. 
4. 6882822 
4. 5873858 
4. 5757137 
4. 5212790 



DALY, RAVALLI COUNTY. 

A station used only in the expansion of the base, situated 6 miles 
east of Hamilton, on land owned by Marcus Daly estate. It is on a 
rounded bald knob about 1,000 feet above the valley, and would be 
of no use in extending triangulation eastward, as much higher points 
are back of it. 

Station mark : A bronze tablet set in shale rock. 

[Latitude 46° 14' 02.78". Longitude 114° 01' 14.16".] 



To static )ii 



South base 
Ward (2) . 
Ward (1) _ 
North base 
St. Mary _ 
Willow ... 



Azimuth. 



68 44 55. 92 

71 02 12.83 

71 23 34.32 

114 19 16.11 

151 11 32.72 

217 47 48.75 



Back azimuth. 



248 39 27.36 

250 50 47. 11 

251 12 13.86 
294 13 21.18 
331 01 52.82 

37 52 02.00 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 
4.0199315 
4. 3334344 
4. 3291730 
4. 0623393 
4. 5495169 
4.0875631 



EL CAPITAN, RAVALLI COUNTY. 

The station is on the central chimney of the main peak. It can be 
reached by going up the main fork of Rock Creek about 12 miles 
from Lake Como, to a point where a creek comes in from the south 
over a series of falls about 200 feet high. Proceed upstream about 
200 yards above this point to a point where a blazed trail comes^in 
from the south, crossing Rock Creek about 200 yards above the falls. 
A trail was cut and blazed up the South Fork of Rock Creek to an 
elevation of over 6,000 feet. 

Station mark: A copper bolt in solid rock. 



118 PRIMARY TRIANGULAT10N AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 301. 
[Latitude 46° 00' 32.91". Longitude 114° 23' 44.55".] 



To station- 



St. Mary 
Ward (2) 
Willow .. 



Azimuth. 



191 48 04.3 
205 32 19.6 
226 17 46.1 



Back azimuth. 



11 54 41.1 
25 37 08.0 
46 38 13.0 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 

4. 757832 
4. 299310 
4. 701860 



NORTH BASE, RAVALLI COUNTY. 

Two miles north of Hamilton, on prolongation of the railroad tan- 
gent, opposite the sawmill at Riverside and 19.5 feet south of a fence 
running east and west. 

Station mark: A bronze tablet cemented in a rock set flush with 
surface of ground. 

Reference marks: Crosses cut on rocks set respectively 10 feet 
north, east, and west of the station. 

[Latitude 46° 16' 36.46 ". Longitude 114° 09' 25.-46".] 



To station- 



Ward (1)_... 
St. Mary 

Willow 

Daly 

South base 

Astronomic pier 



Azimuth. 



39 54 25.84 
165 53 52.84 
254 38 55. 30 
294 13 21.18 
354 48 43. 70 
354 32 02.44 



Back azimuth. 



219 48 59.87 
345 50 08.51 
74 49 03.84 
114 19 16.11 
174 49 09. 85 
174 32 12. 50 



Log. distance. 

Meters. 
4. 1788528 
4. 4330820 
4. 2712508 
4. 0623393 
3. 9336308 
3. 4958579 



ST. MARY, RAVALLI COUNTY. 

Eight miles west of Stevensville. To reach the station, go to 
Curlew extension, north end of Curlew mine, and follow the ridge 
nearly to the top, then turn off on right-hand ridge and follow it to 
main dividing ridge, along which a trail is plainly blazed to the lake, 
which is about 1| miles north of station and 8 miles northwest of 
Curlew. 

Station mark: A copper bolt in solid rock, above which a cairn 8 
feet in diameter and 10 feet high was erected. 



WILSON, RENSHAWE 
DOUGLAS, GOODE. 



MONTANA. 

[Latitude 46° 30' 47.79". Longitude 114° 14' 35.27".] 



119 



To station- 



Ward (1) 

Ward (2) . 



Azimuth. 



4 35 14. 87 

4 47 49. 15 



ElCapitan 11 54 41.10 



Willow. . _ _ 

Daly 

North base 
South base 



310 52 19.34 
331 01 52.82 
345 50 08. 51 
347 58 33.55 



Back azimuth. 



184 33 32.40 
184 46 01.41 
191 48 04. 30 
131 06 13.50 
151 11 32.72 
165 53 52.84 
168 02 43.96 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 
4. 5797243 
4. 5820774 
4. 7578320 
4. 5129510 
4. 5495169 
4. 4330820 
4. 5515850 



SOUTH BASE, RAVALLI COUNTY. 

One-third of a mile south of the railroad station at Grantsdale, on 
prolongation of railroad tangent and about 500 feet south . of its 
extremity. The station is on slightly elevated ground just west of 
an irrigation ditch. 

Station mark : A copper bolt 1 inch in diameter sunk 34- inches in 
a rock 8 inches square on top, set 3 feet in the ground. 

Reference mark : A cross cut in the top of a rock 10 feet westward 
and at right angles to the base line. 

[Latitude 46° 11' 59.62". Longitude 114° 08' 49.25".] 



To station— 



Azimuth. 



Ward (1) _ 
St. Mary . . 
North base 
Willow . _ . 
Daly 



73 50 35.38 
168 02 43.96 
174 49 09.85 
231 56 56.56 
248 39 27.36 



Back azimuth. 



253 44 43. 50 

347 58 33.55 

354 48 43. 70 

52 06 38.56 

68 44 55. 92 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 

4. 0370748 
4. 5515850 
3. 9336308 
4. 3401538 
4.0199315 



WARD (1), RAVALLI COUNTY. 

Six miles, air line, southwest of Grantsdale. The station is on the 
northern end, but about 100 feet lower than the highest point, of the 
high mountain just north of Roaring Lion Creek. The summit 
extends northeast and southwest about one-fourth mile. 

Station mark: A copper bolt in the solid rock, above which a cairn 
5 feet in diameter at base and 10 feet in height was erected. 



120 PRIMAKY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 

[Latitude 46° 10' 21.18". Longitude 114° 16' 56.91".] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth . 


Log. distance. 


St Mary 


/ // 

184 33 32.40 
219 48 59.87 
239 05 10.47 
251 12 13.86 
253 44 43.50 


o / // 

4 35 14.87 
39 54 25. 84 
59 20 44.57 
71 23 34.32 
73 50 35.38 


Meters. 

4. 5797243 


North base - 


4. 1788524 


Willow - 


4. 5084996 


Daly 


4.3291720 


South base 


4. 0370748 







WARD (2), RAVALLI COUNTY. 

A second station to be used in the main scheme of triangulation was 
established on the extreme summit, about 800 feet southwest of 
Ward (1). A long ridge of easy slope leads to the station from the 
southeastern side. 

Station mark: A copper bolt in the solid rock, above which is a 



cairn 5 feet 


in diameter at base and 8 feet in 
[Latitude 46° 10' 14.89". Longitude : 


l height. 

L14° 17' 04.18".] 




To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


El Capitan 

St. Mary 

Willow 

Daly 


o / // 

25 37 08.00 
184 46 01.41 
238 55 53.90 
250 50 47.11 


205 32 19.60 

4 47 49.15 

59 11 33.24 

71 02 12.83 


Meters. 
4. 2993100 
4. 5820774 
4. 5116335 
4. 3334344 




WILLOW, R 


AVALLI COU 


NTV. 





A station in the base expansion, situated 15 miles northeast of 
Hamilton, on a bald summit of the range on the eastern side of the 
Bitterroot Valley and about 4,000 feet above it. It can be reached by 
following up Willow Creek from Corvallis to a half-finished log cabin ; 
thence up a leading spur to the station, the latter part of the way 
being through lodge-pole pines and difficult to travel. This station 
can be used in the extension of triangulation in any direction excepting 
eastward. 

Station mark: A lone tree, trimmed. 



WlLSON, ItKNSIfAWK, 
L?OUUL.AS.G<)OI>U. 



MONTANA. 



121 



[Latitude 46° 19' 15.72". Longitude 113° 55' 23.70".] 



To station 



Daly 

El Capitan _ . 

South base 

Ward (2) 
Ward (1) .... 
Astronomic pier 

North base 

St. Mary 



Azimuth. 


o / // 

37 52 02.00 


46 38 13.00 


52 06 38.56 


59 11 33.24 


59 20 44. 57 


65 41 35.41 


74 49 03.84 


131 06 13.50 



Back azimuth. 



217 47 
226 17 
231 56 

238 55 

239 05 
245 31 
254 38 
310 52 



48.75 
46.10 
56.56 
53.90 
10.47 
37.08 
55.30 
19.34 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 

4.0875630 

4. 7018600 
4. 3401538 
4.5116330 
4. 5084996 
4. 2891104 
4. 2712508 
4. 5129510 






ALIAS, TETON COUNTY. 

On highest butte, about 10 miles north of Cook's ranch, on Cutbank 
Creek. 

Station mark: An iron bench-mark post set 3 feet in ground. 

[Latitude 48° 47' 08.07". Longitude 112° 44' 04. 96".] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 




o / // 


o , 


Meters. 


Cutbank 


72 16 38.65 


252 00 11.85 


4. 4498243 


Lincoln . . 


123 43 09.50 


303 29 32.88 


4. 4239834 


Milk River . _ _ _ _ . . 


196 26 39. 15 


16 30 22.76 


4. 3289271 


Landslide _ . _ 


205 59 54.50 
233 01 47.08 


26 04 08.53 
53 09 24. 16 


4. 1951016 


Baker 


4. 1900240 


Connie 


350 37 29.81 


170 40 27.45 


4. 4743217 



BAKER, TETON COUNTY. 

On a low, rounded hill, 5 miles southeast of Landslide butte. 
Station mark: An aluminum tablet set in a sandstone rock placed 
flush with ground. 

[Latitude 48° 52' 09.18". Longitude I \2 33' 57.73".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distarce. 


Connie ______ . . _ 


11 06 56.51 

53 09 24.16 

99 04 05.56 

131 02 03.24 


191 02 18. K) 
233 01 47.08 
278 42 50.89 
310 58 39. 93 


Meters. 
4.5960195 


Alias .y. . . .. 


4 1900240 


Lincoln 

Landslide '. 


4.5425517 
8. 8624070 



122 PRIMARY TRIANGrULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bum. 201. 
BOUNDARY 373, TETON COUNTY. 

Situated on the international boundary line between the Dominion 
of Canada and the United States, about 4 miles east of St. Marys 
River and on the ridge north of the valley known as Galbreath Basin. 
The station is 9.7 feet west of the post and stone monument on the 
international boundary (forty-ninth parallel). 

The post is about 5 inches square in a monument of loose rock 
about 6 feet in diameter and 3 feet high, and is marked " IXXV, 
IXXIV, Long. 113° 12' 23", 1881." An iron pipe lj- inches in diameter 
is set in the ground at north corner of monument. On Cartee's map 
the post is given as No. 373. 

Station mark: An aluminum bolt stamped "U. S. G. S.," set in a 
flat rock sunk in ground. 

[Latitude 48° 59' 59.90". Longitude 113° 12' 21.32".] 



. To station — 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Galbreath 


o / // 

26 50 33.70 
64 00 07.24 


206 48 11.50 
243 44 02.56 


Meters. 
3. 9293058 


Robertson . 


4. 4623648 



CHIEF MOUNTAIN, TETON COUNTY. 

A prominent and well-known mountain 4 miles south of the inter- 
national boundary and on the line between the Blackfeet Indian 
Reservation and the Flathead Forest Reserve. It can be ascended 
from camp on Kennedy Creek, 2 miles (air line) southeast of peak, 
by going around south side and up the ridge near the western end of 
mountain. 

Station mark: An aluminum tablet stamped "9056," cemented in 
solid rock. 

Reference mark: A boundary monument 6 feet high, 3 feet south- 
east of station mark. 



[Latitude 48° 56' 04.16'°. Longitude 113° 36' 29.36".] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 

o 1 II 

7 26 28.22 

36 04 59.30 

87 15 17.32 

270 32 28.26 

332 40 44.32 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Siyeh 


o / // 

187 24 39.03 
215 53 50.41 
267 04 30. 01 
90 48 17.87 
152 50 08. 95 


Meters. 

4. 3596134 


Heavens 


4. 4892290 


Cleveland 


4. 2429799 


Galbreath 


4. 4088709 


Divide 


4. 5244456 







WILSON, RENSHAWE 
DOUGLAS, OOODE 



."•] 



MONTANA. 



123 



CLEVELAND, TETON COUNTY. 

Highest peak on ridge dividing waters of Little Kootenai Creek (to 
north) and Belly River (to east). Has cliff about 4,000 feet high on 
north and east. About the only way to ascend peak is from a point 
where trail down Little Kootenai Creek crosses a branch from east, 
about 2} miles south of Waterton Lake, follow a blazed trail through 
timber and cross ledges and brush in southeasterly direction, keeping 
about one-half mile north of creek. Good camp in amphitheater 
southeast of peak. Ascend wall by spur which reaches top of ridge 
about one-half mile south of station, about 4,000 or 4,500 feet climb 
on foot. 

Station mark : An aluminum tablet cemented in a flat rock buried 
in ground under center of a cairn 8 feet high. 

[Latitude 48° 55' 36.14". Longitude 113° 50' 47.96".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 




o / // 


o / 


Meters. 


Heavens 


1 27 45.27 


181 27 22.63 


4. 3820563 


Vulture 


53 00 36. 56 


232 52 39.49 


4. 2086134 


Intersection 


136 14 22. 68 


316 10 38.07 


3. 9422535 


Chief Mountain 


267 04 30.01 


87 15 17.32 


4. 2429799 


Siyeh 


326 14 10.44 


146 23 07.56 


4. 4189162 



CONNIE, TETON COUNTY. 

On a high bluff north of Two Medicine Creek, about 1| miles east 
of Schoot's ranch and about 4 miles east of Old Mission. 

Station mark: An iron bench-mark post set 3 feet in ground. 

[Latitude 48° 31' 15.94". Longitude 112° 40' 08.34".] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 




o , 


o , ,/ 


Meters. 


Cutbank 


123 22 09.97 


303 02 47.64 


4. 5789289 


Alias 


170 40 27.45 


350 37 29.81 


4. 4743217 


Baker 


191 02 18.10 


11 06 56.51 


4. 5960195 



CUTBANK, TETON COUNTY. 

On a salient in the southern escarpment of the high ridge between 
Cutbank Creek and the South Fork of Milk River, about one-half 
mile east of the Blackfoot-St. Marys road and about 16 miles from 
Blackfoot. 

Station mark: An aluminum bolt set in a large rock and buried 
about 3 inches under surface of ground. 

Underground mark: A small bottle about 2 feet under surface. 



124 PRIMARY TRlANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 301, 

[Latitude 48° 42' 28.37". Longitude 113° 05' 57.54".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Divide - 


/ // 

78 30 23.05 


258 16 50.78 


Meters. 
4. 3537211 




4. 5938421 


Galbreath 

Lincoln . - .. 


154 56 19.85 
191 15 25.39 
252 00 11.85 
303 02 47.64 
349 01 49. 31 


334 49 09. 11 

11 18 17.07 

72 16 38.65 

123 22 09.97 

169 04 21.35 


4. 4393359 
4. 3764294 


Alias 


4. 4498243 

4. 5789289 


Durham : 


4. 3395795 



DIVIDE, TETON COUNTY. 

On a high, almost isolated peak, about 20 miles northwest from 
Browning, on western boundary line of the Blackfeet Indian Reser- 
vation. It is best reached by going up the South Fork of Milk River 
to Fox Creek, then up the divide between Fox Creek and the South 
Fork. This divide is an open prairie; follow up prairie for about 6 
miles from mouth of Fox Creek to its end in forest. From this point 
a blazed trail leads through forest to the foot of the bare peak of the 
mountain. Go around the north side of the mountain to the west 
side, then climb slide rock to top. 

Station mark: An iron bolt set in solid ledge, above which a rock 
monument about 5 feet square and 12 feet high was erected. The 
monument was erected by survey party locating boundary of Black- 
feet Reservation, and marks an angle in the boundary line. 

Reference mark : A bronze tablet 6 inches below surface and 3 feet 
3 inches directly west of center of monument. 

[Latitude 48° 40' 01.30". Longitude 113 23' 58.95".] 



To station- 



Azimuth. 



Stimpson 42 40 04.16 

Siyeh 

Chief Mountain 152 50 08. yo 

Robertson 153 58 13.26 

Galbreath 199 23 02. 88 

Cutbank 258 16 50. 78 

Durham . 302 36 06.04 

Observation 346 36 47.00 



Back azimuth. 



222 29 
290 57 

332 40 

333 50 
19 29 
78 30 

122 52 
166 40 



55. 14 
18.40 
44.32 
55. 74 
25.94 
23.05 
09.10 
04.77 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 

4. 3582004 
4. 2926991 
4. 5244456 
4. 4314489 
4. 4944507 
4.3537211 
4. 4952861 
4.3693647 



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DOUGLAS, GOOUE. 



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DURHAM, TETON COUNTY. 

A high point on the ridge three-fourths of a mile south of Durham 
Station on Great Northern Railway. 

Station mark : An aluminum holt set on a rock 2 feet long buried 
even with surface of ground. 

[Latitude 48° 30' 53.68". Longitude 113° 02' 34.88".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Half Dome 


o / // 

5 36 24.55 

36 29 36.39 

74 28 54.88 

122 52 09. 10 

169 04 21.35 

216 55 45.97 


/ // 

185 34 48. 53 
216 18 14.18 
254 16 10. 92 
302 36 06.04 
249 01 49.31 
37 09 39.24 


Meters. 

4 4330247 


Elk 


4 5000046 


Observation 


4. 3375263 


Divide 


4 4952861 


Cutbank 


4. 3395795 


Alias . ._ 


4. 5764569 







ELK, TETON COUNTY. 

About 6 miles south of Summit Station on Great Northern Railway, 
on the Continental Divide, between the headwaters of the South Forlt 
of Two Medicine Creek and the south branch of Summit Creek. It 
is the highest point in the immediate vicinity. It is best reached by 
going up as far as the prairie extends on the South Fork of Two 
Medicine and then taking an old trail on the south side of creek, fol- 
lowing the creek for about 2 miles, crossing it, and thence on a blazed 
and cut-out trail for 4 miles to crest of the mountain. It is a difficult 
trail to travel on account of thick and fallen timber and soft ground. 

Station mark: An aluminum bolt set in loose rock under center of 
cairn 6 feet high. 

[Latitude 48° 17' 09.76". Longitude 113° 17' 47.25".] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Baptiste . . 


o / // 

55 15 59.88 
137 57 42.89 
173 32 39. 96 
216 18 14. 18 
275 17 37.84 
341 56 23. 93 


o / // 

235 00 57. 26 
317 43 41.50 
353 31 19.30 
36 29 36.39 
95 27 22.93 
162 04 08.01 


Meters. 
4. 4837563 


Stimpson 


4. 5376220 


Observation .. 


4.2948174 


Durham _ 


4. 5000046 


Half Dome 


4.2104101 


Pentagon 


4. 6206030 







FLATTOP, TETON COUNTY. 

A secondary station on the southern and highest end of Flattop 
Mountain, just west of Lower St. Marys Lake. 



126 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [buli,. 201. 

Station mark: An aluminum bolt set in solid rock, over which is a 
monument of loose stone 7 feet high and 3 feet in diameter. 

[Latitude 48° 44' 26.30". Longitude 113° 31' 09.33".] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Galbreath. ._ -- - 


o ' n 

221 55 50.52 
312 53 03.63 


- o / // 

42 07 37.80 
132 58 26.98 


Meters. 
4. 4566111 


Divide - . - 


4. 0798410 







GALBREATH, TETON COUNTY. 

On eastern end of ridge dividing Galbreath Basin from North Fork 
of Milk River, about half a mile west of the low divide between Milk 
River and Galbreath Basin. 

Station mark: An aluminum bolt in a stone set 2 feet in ground. 

[Latitude 48° 55' 54.41". Longitude 113° 15' 29.84".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Divide 

Robertson ___._._. . - 


o / // 

19 29 25.94 

76 58 00.69 

90 48 17.87 

206 48 11.50 

275 24 31.66 

334 49 09.11 


/ // 

199 23 02.88 
256 44 18.59 
270 32 28.26 
26 50 33.70 
95 34 35.06 
154 56 19. 85 


Meters. 
4. 4944507 
4.3581326 


Chief Mountain 

Boundary post 373 


4. 4088709 
3. 9293058 


Lincoln . ..... 


4. 2140284 


Cutbank _ . . 


4. 4393359 







HALF DOME, TETON COUNTY. 

On the highest mountain of the "False " Range north of the canyon 
of Badger Creek. It is a rounded summit with almost vertical face 
to north, called "Half Dome," from the resemblance to that feature 
when seen from the northwest, but appearing as a rounded summit 
from other directions. 

Station mark : A copper bolt set in solid rock under a cairn 7 feet 
high. 

[Latitude 48° 16' 20.53". Longitude 113° 04' 43.37".] 



To station- 



Azimuth. 



Back azimuth. 



Log. distance. 



Pentagon .. 

Baptiste 

Elk 

Observation 
Durham 



4 59 08.68 

69 06 34. 17 

95 27 22.93 

139 05 14.01 

185 34 48.53 



184 57 09.25 
248 41 47.27 
275 17 37.84 
318 54 07. 47 
5 36 24.55 



Meters. 

4. 5834950 
4. 6448796 
4.2104101 
4. 4467669 
4. 4330247 



WILSON, RENSHAWE, 
DOUGLAS, GOODE. 



MONTANA. 
LANDSLIDE, TETON COUNTY. 



127 



On a prominent butte of that name 5 miles south of international 
boundary. 

Station mark: An iron bench-mark post set 3 feet in ground. 

[Latitude 48° 54' 43.91". Longitude 112° 38' 27.59".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Alias 


26 04 08.53 

91 21 28.54 

172 37 36.20 

310 58 39.93 


o / // 

205 59 54.50 
271 03 36.86 
352 37 05.64 
131 02 03.24 


Meters. 
4. 1951016 


Lincoln _ . . . 


4.4617384 


Milk River 


3.8077582 


Baker 


3. 8624070 







LINCOLN, TETON COUNTY. 



On a prominent butte, one-half mile west of "Emigrant Pass" 
wagon road and 5 miles south of the international boundary. 
Station mark: An iron bench-mark post set 3 feet in ground. 

[Latitude 48° 55' 03.69". Longitude 113° 02' 09.42".] 



To station — 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Cutbank 

G-albreath 


11 18 17.07 

95 34 35.06 

258 16 34.54 

271 03 36.86 

278 42 50.89 
303 29 32.88 


191 15 25.39 

275 24 31.66 

78 33 56.13 

91 21 28.54 

99 04 05.56 

123 43 09.50 


Meters. 
4. 3764294 
4. 2140284 


Milk River . 


4. 4577635 


Landslide - - - - 


4. 4617384 


Baker _ . 


4. 5425517 


Alias 


4. 4239834 



MILK RIVER, TETON COUNTY. 

On a high butte on east or west bank of Milk River, 1 mile south of 
the international boundary. 

Station mark: An iron bench-mark post sunk 3 feet in ground. 

[Latitude 48° 58' 10.12". Longitude 112° 39' 08.12".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Alias 


o 1 II 

16 30 22.76 

78 33 56. 13 

352 37 05.64 


196 26 39. 15 
258 16 34. 54 
172 37 36.20 


Meters. 

1.: 1289271 


Lincoln . . . 


4.4577635 


Landslide - ,. - 


3. 8077582 







128 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 
OBSERVATION, TETON COUNTY. 



About 6 miles northwest of Midvale station on Great Northern 
Railway, 4 miles a little south of west of Lower Two Medicine Lake, 
and G miles east of the Continental Divide. It is best reached by 
taking the trail from the wagon-road bridge over Two Medicine Creek 
near the upper bull corral of the Indian agency. This trail leads to 
the station on a shoulder about 1 mile east of highest point, which is 
an inaccessible crag. 

Station mark: Center of drill hole in a rock set in ground under 
center of cairn 7 feet in height. 

[Latitude 48° 27' 44.00". Longitude 113° 19' 35.15".] 



To station- 



Baptiste - . . 
Stimpson . 
Divide . . 
Durham . . . 
Half Dome 
Elk 



Azimuth. 



31 40 33.62 
106 03 58.03 
166 40 04. 77 
254 16 10.92 
318 54 07.47 
353 31 19.30 



Back azimuth. Log. distance 



211 26 50.30 
285 51 16.29 
346 36 47.00 
74 28 54.88 
139 05 14. 01 
173 32 39.96 



Meters. 
4. 6377352 
4. 3369737 
4. 3693647 
1.3375263 
4. 4467669 
4. 2948174 



ROBERTSON, TETON COUNTY. 

On the eastern end of Robertson Mountain, being the second peak 
on the "comb" counting from the east. Only apparent way of 
reaching it is to climb the rock slide on north side of east end of 
mountain, passing over the "comb" until station is readied. It is a 
difficult and somewhat dangerous climb on account of loose rock. 

Station mark: An aluminum bolt, stamped "U. S. G. S.," set in solid 
ledge, over which is a monument of loose rock 9 feet high. 

[Latitude 48° 53' 06.45". Longitude 113° 33' 40.65".] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Galbreath 


256 44 18.59 
333 50 55. 74 


76 58 00.69 
153 58 13.26 


Meters. 
4. 3581326 


Divide •__ 


4. 4314489 







ROCKY, TETON COUNTY. 

Highest peak of range to east of the North Fork of Sun River, about 
6 miles west of "Ear" (or "Elephants Ear") Butte, and 4 miles south- 
west of Friar's sawmill, on South Fork of Teton River, about 6 miles 
east of North Fork of Sun River. It is on divide between waters of 



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129 



the South Fork of Teton River and waters of the North Fork of Sun 
River. I Jest route of ascent is from the south. 

Station mark: A copper bolt marked "U. S. G. S. A" set in a 
stone buried flush with surface. 

Reference mark: A cairn 8 feet high, 11.5 feet east of station mark. 

[Latitude 47° 48' 50.38". Longitude 112° 47' 56.36".] 



To station- 



Azimuth. 



Back azimuth. 



Log. distanco. 



Scapegoat 2 13 21.57 

Whiteridge 44 49 20. 21 

Cliff 55 04 43. 60 

Silvertip . 84 55 43.91 

Pentagon 117 54 29. 90 

Carey 322 40 29.10 

Fairview ' 354 09 32. 49 



182 12 05.39 
224 40 21.14 
234 50 07.95 
264-35 41.52 
297 40 04.06 
142 55 47. 19 
174 11 44.97 



Meters. 

4. 7474380 
4. 3334810 
4. 4787721 
4. 5304282 
4. 4381328 
4.6321238 
4. 5665888 



SIYEH, TETON COUNTY. 



About 5 miles south of Altyn post-office and just south of the Crack- 
erjack copper mine. Go up creek from Altyn 2 miles south, thence 
over a winding trail up east side of mountain to the canyon from east, 
which ascend south then east up the creek entering at head of amphi- 
theater. At top of ridge go on foot over the crest of peaks for about 
3 miles; this is a long and difficult climb. Peak slopes 45° south and 
falls off nearly perpendicular 4,500 feet on the north. 

Station mark: A bronze tablet wedged into a drill hole in a large 
rock 2 feet lower than base of reference mark. 

Reference mark: A stone monument 4 feet high, erected 5 feet 
northwest of station mark, on the highest part and close to the 
precipice. 

[Latitude 48° 43' 49.43". Longitude 113° 38' 54.41".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 




/ 


o 


Meters. 


Heavens 


81 36 27.41 


261 27 08.56 


4. 1866002 


Vulture _-.... ^. 


113 52 35.32 


293 35 42.22 


4. 4776027 


Cleveland 


146 23 07.56 


326 14 10.44 


4.4189162 


Chief Mountain 


187 24 39. 03 


7 26 28.22 


4. 3596134 


Divide . _ . 


290 57 18.40 


lit 08 31.11 


4. 2926991 


Stimpson _ _ _ . 


353 01 46. 16 


173 02 48.84 


4. 3805672 







Bull. 201—02- 



130 PRIMAEY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 

ARIZONA-NEW MEXICO. 

TRIANGULATION STATIONS. 

Arizona. 

Triangulation in south-central Arizona was extended eastward from 
stations Black Hawk, Blair, and Coal "by Thomas Winsor and Jeremiah 
Ahem during the season of 1900, and extended still farther eastward 
into New Mexico by R. H. Chapman, topographer, during November 
and December, 1901. Three 30-minute quadrangles in Arizona and 
two in New Mexico were controlled by fifteen stations. A check azi- 
muth was observed near Morenci. 

Geographic locution of points in vicinity of Globe, Ariz. 



Name of mine. 


Point located. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Hoosier . . 

Old Dominion shaft 

Gray Hoist 

Gray Incline 

Copper Hill 

Cuprite mine 

Globe Public School 


MINE LOCATIONS. 

Hoisting rope 

Hoisting rope - 

Hoisting rope 

Hoisting rope 

Hoisting rope 

Hoisting rope 

Flag pole in yard of pub- 
lic school. 


33 24 54.22 
33 24 37.54 
33 25 04.62 
33 25 07.86 
33 25 21.81 
33 25 11.86 
33 23 47.30 


O 1 II 

110 40 5:5. 59 
110 47 23.44 
110 46 41.99 
110 46 38.88 
110 46 29.61 
110 46 34.99 
110 47 27.92 



CENTEB STATION, <ULA COUNTY. 

About 2.00 feci soul li west of summit of ridge extending in a north- 
cast direction from the Buffalo mine, about 1,800 feet from Buffalo 
mine and about 1,900 feet from the Gra} 7 mine. 

Station mark: A bronze tablet cemented in rock in place. 

Latitude 33° 25' 14.60". Longitude 110° 47' 00.04". 

NORTH EAST STATION. GILA COUNTY. 



Summit of highest hill, about nine-tenths mile southeast, of Black 
Hawk triangulation station. 

Station mark: A bronze tablet cemented in rock in place. 
Latitude 33° 25' 30.09". Longitude 110° 45' 29.39". 

NATANES, GILA COUNTY. 

Situated on summit of cone-shaped butte of same name about 40 
miles northeast of San Carlos, one-third mile west of trail to Fort 
Apache, 4 miles south of Black River, and 4 miles northeast of horse 
camp and corral of Chiricahua Cattle Company. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in point of 



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131 



solid rock in about center of top of butte, over which is built a mon- 
ument of rocks and brush. 

[Latitude 33° 33' 36.00". Longitude 110° 07' 46.67".] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Turnbull 


12 50 31.76 

40 26 35.12 

337 57 16.68 


O 1 II 

192 46 10.88 
220 19 17.19 
158 03 07.34 


Meters. 

4. 7437771 


Triplets _ _ 

Gila 


4. 5006441 
4. 6433701 



ASH PEAK, GRAHAM COUNTY. 

(Not occupied.) 

A sharp conical peak on range east of Gila River, about 12 miles 
northwest of Duncan and 7 miles west of river. Is close to public 
road from Duncan to Solomonsville. 





[Latitude 32° 


45' 00.7' 


. Longitude 109° 15' 45.4".] 






To station— 




Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Guthrie 






O III 

161 57 34 
245 50 31 


341 55 52 

65 59 08 


Meters. 
4. 19903 


Line 






4. 43456 



AZIMUTH (2), (i RAH AM COUNTY. 

Situated on summit of small knoll on divide, three-tenths mile south 
of Morenci, 260 yards southeast of two water tanks. 

Station mark: A large stone post, in center of top of which is 
cemented a bronze tablet. 

[Latitude 33° 04' 17.00". Longitude 109 22 00.69".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Sunset 

Guthrie - 


246 57 47 
346 43 02 


67 02 20 
166 44 44 


Meters. 
4. 149184 
4.325316 



BRYCE, GRAHAM COUNTY. 

Situated on summit of highest peak in Gila Range, about 15 miles 
northeast of town of Pima and about 3 miles east of wagon road from 
Bryce to Ash Flat. 

Station mark; A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rock. 

Reference mark: A large cairn, 14 feet distant from station mark; 
azimuth of mark from station, 148° 37'. 



132 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. -01 

[Latitude 33° 01' 06.62". Longitude 109° 40' 22.94". 1 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Graham . . _ - - - - - - 


o / // 

27 52 is.:;: 

96 23 20.23 

126 31 02.72 

254 34 42. 17 

293 38 02.07 


207 45 49.73 
276 04 04.88 
306 21 53. 10 
74 49 16.71 
113 49 43.31 


Meters. 
4. 6010908 


Turnbull - - - - 


4. 7427259 


Gila - 

Sunset . 


4.5110005 
4. 6344900 


Guthrie 


4.5632224 



GILA, GRAHAM COUNTY. 

Situated on summit of Gila Peak, about L2 miles northeast of 
Geronimo and one-half mile west of the Hooker trail from Geronimo 
to Ash Flat. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rock, 
over which is built a cairn. 

[Latitude 33° 11 32.00 . Longitude 109 57 09.23".] 



To station 



Turnbull 

Triplets _ 
Natanes . 
Bryce _ _ 
Graham 



Azimuth 




65 22 46. 


27 


114 19 19. 


76 


158 03 07. 


34 


306 21 53. 


10 


352 or 05.84 



Back azimuth, j 


245 12 38.21 


294 06 14. 30 


337 57 16.68 


126 31 02.72 


1 72 09 43. 55 



Log. distance. 
Meters. 

L 5016173 

4. 6088877 
4.6433704 
4.5110005 

4.7410079 



GRAHAM, GRAHAM COUNTY. 

On easternmost peak of a high, timbered mountain, about 20 miles 
south of the town of Pima. Wagon road via duff's ranch from 
Pima to summit of main ridge near Cluff's sawmill, which is about 4 
miles west of station. Good trail along ridge to station. Theodolite 
elevated 35 feet. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rock. 

[Latitude 32° 42' 00.75 . Longitude 109° 52' 19.25".] 





To station— 


— i— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Turnbull 






138 40 17.18 


318 21 35.69 

352 07 05.84 

27 52 18.37 

68 37 48.46 

104 43 43.49 


Meters. 
4. 7410352 


Gila . . . 

Bryce 

Guthrie . _ . 
Secho 






172 09 43.55 
207 45 49.73 
248 19 42. 27 
284 14 41.16 


4. 7410079 
4. 6010908 
4. 7489196 
4. 9399787 











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DOUGLAS, GOODE. J 



ARIZONA. 



133 



GUTHRIE, GRAHAM COUNTY. 

Situated on the highest point between Green & Sons' toll road from 
Solomonsville to Coronado and the Gila River. Station is 2 miles 
northwest of summit of above road. 

Station mark: A |-inch iron bolt wedged with nails in a hole drilled 
in solid rock, over which is built a cairn 8 feet in diameter and 8 feet 
high. 

[Latitude 32° 53' 08.75". Longitude 109° 18' 53.75".] 



To station- 



Graham 
Bryce - - 

Morenci 
Sunset _ 
Line . . 
Secho _ _ 



Azimuth. 



68 37 48.46 
113 49 43.31 
164 00 19. 10 
197 17 57.00 
277 27 30.68 
322 50 47.82 



Back azimuth. 


o 

248 


19 42.27 


293 38 02.07 


843 


58 00.50 


17 


20 47.78 


97 


37 50.86 


143 01 51.29 



Log. distance. 
Meters. 

4. 7489196 
4. 5632224 
4. 3795070 
4. 4367053 
4. 4766777 
4. 7250061 



MORENCI, GRAHAM COUNTY. 

A three-point station, situated on a peak about 2 miles northwest 
of town of Morenci. A good trail from Morenci on south slope of peak 
reaches top of ridge about one-half mile west of station, at which point 
leave trail and travel along ridge to station. 

Station mark : A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rock. 

Reference mark: A cairn 4 feet in diameter and 5 feet high, 4 feet 
north of station mark. 

[Latitude 33° 05' 36.40". Longitude 109° 23' 08.35".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Sunset 

Line 


258 12 38 
306 30 43 
343 58 00 


78 17 48 
126 43 23 
164 00 19 


Meters. 
4. 177416 
4. 655230 


Guthrie 


4.379507 



PIMA CHURCH, GRAHAM COUNTY. 

(Not occupied. ) 
Station mark : Spire on Mormon church at Pima. 





[Latitude 32° 53' 26.97' 


'. Longitude ] 


L09° 49' 34.35".] 




To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Graham. . _ . 


11 29 09 
225 I? 05 


191 27 lo 
45 22 05 


Meters. 
1.333842 


Bryce - - 


4. 304064 







134 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 
SHANNON, GRAHAM COUNTY. 

Summit of Shannon Mountain, one-half mile northeast of town of 
Metcalf, 150 yards east of the office of the Shannon Mining Company. 

Station mark: A bronze bench-mark tablet set in rock, over which 
a small cairn was built. 

[Latitude 33° 07' 02.50 ". Longitude 109° 21' 35.89".] 





To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Guthrie 

Azimuth (2) 




O III 

350 40 48 
367 11 27 


170 42 16 
187 11 14 


Meters. 
4.41543 
3.71082 







SUNSET, GRAHAM COUNTY. 

Situated 6 miles northeast of town of Clifton, on mountain locally 
known as Sunset Mountain. Wagon road from Clifton to old slaugh- 
ter corral on Limestone wash abonl 2 miles above its mouth, thence 
by good trail taking left hand (to X.) to gap east of station, thence 
dim trail to station. 

Stat ion mark : A bronze t riangulal ion tablet cemented in solid rock, 
over which is built a cairn ('» feet in diameter and 7 feet high. 

[Latitude 33° 07' 15.81". Longitude 109° 13' 40.22".] 



To station- 



Azimuth. 



Guthrie 17 20 47.78 

Bryce J I 49 16.71 

Morenci_^ 78 17 48.4 

Pleasant 233 35 23.45 

Mogollon ... 254 12 01.18 

Canyon 276 51 41.38 

Line 324 17 52.14 

Secho 340 45 48.18 



Back azimuth. 



197 17 57.00 

254 34 42. 17 

258 12 38.10 

53 44 52.30 

74 32 48. 81 

97 16 44.58 

144 25 23. 59 

160 54 03.87 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 
4. 4367053 
4. 6344900 
4. 1774160 
4. 5235914 
4. 7873988 
4. 8571778 
4. 5676142 
4. 86020i0 



TRIPLETS, GRAHAM COUNTY. 

Situated on summit of highest of three peaks known as The Trip- 
lets, about 12 miles northeast of San Carlos and 2 miles northwest of 
Haekberry Springs on old San Carlos and Fort Apache road. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rock, 
over which is built a cairn. 



WILSON, RENSHAWE 
DOUGLAS, GOODE 



5 E ] NEW MEXICO. 

[Latitude 33° 20' 32.95". Longitude 110° 21' 01.12".] 



135 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Coal . _ 


37 18 55.33 
105 03 56.49 
220 19 17.19 
294 06 14.30 
344 31 27. 14 


217 11 30.46 
284 50 10.38 
40 26 35.12 
114 19 19.76 
164 34 22. 10 


Meters. 
4. 5408219 
4. 6037580 
4. 5006441 
4. 6088877 
4.4921118 


Black Hawl: 


Natanes 

Gila 

Turnbull _ 



TURNBULL, GRAHAM COUNTY. 

Situated on summit of sharp, rocky, isolated peak known as Mount 
Turnbull, about 15 miles southeast of San Carlos and 15 miles west of 
Geronimo. 

Station mark : A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rock, 
over which is built a cairn. 

[Latitude 33° 04' 21.37". Longitude 110° 15' 41.67".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Coal _ 


94 31 40. 94 
130 40 04.24 
164 34 22. 10 
192 46 10.88 
245 12 38.24 
276 04 04.88 
318 27 35.69 


274 21 23.30 

310 23 25.91 

344 31 27. 14 

12 50 31.76 

65 22 46.27 

96 23 20.23 

138 40 17. 18 


Meters. 
4. 4688635 


Black Hawk 


4. 7924053 


Triplets 


4.4921118 


Natanes 

Gila 

Bryce . . 


4. 7437771 
4.5016173 
4.7427259 


Graham 


4. 7410352 







New Mexico. 



BULLARD, GRANT COUNTY. 

Situated on a rocky cone (200 by 50 feet on top) about 20 miles 
southeast of Cliff post-office. A good wagon road from Cliff via Mango 
Springs, "II W" ranch, and Saddle Rock Canyon to foot of peak, 1 
mile from station. 

Station mark : A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rock, 
over which is built a cairn 9 feet high and 4 feet in diameter. 



136 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull.201. 
[Latitude 32° 42 26.95". Longitude 108° 32' 18.36".] 



To station- 



Azimuth. 



Back azimuth. 



Secho 61 10 38.66 

Line lt(i 20 16.09 

Pleasants 150 23 41.25 

Canyon 190 48 06.90 



Log. distance. 



240 56 34.21 

290 05 21.36 

330 10 35.08 

10 50 34.58 



Meters. 
4.0WI2474 
4.6611612 
4.8784318 
4. 5760629 



CANYON. GRANT COUNTY. 

Situated about 6 miles northeast of Cliff post-office, on a sharp, 
brushy hill, on rocky ridge south and oast of Gila River. Easily 
ascended from Gila River west of station up level grassy ridge, thence 
to first gap south of hill, thence north on ridge to station. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulatiou tablel cemented in solid rook. 

[Latitude 33 02' 28.22". Longitude 108 27' 46 .24".] 



To stat inn 



Bulktrd 
Line 
Sunset 
Pleasant 



Azimuth. 



10 50 34.58 

67 11 46.73 

97 16 44.58 

122 55 :;<). l<> 



Mogollon .... 15 Mis 38.08 



Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


O 1 


M, tax. 


190 4S 06.90 


4.5760629 


246 54 19.96 


4. 7347508 


276 51 41.38 


4.8571778 


302 40 00.62 


4. 7232391 


334 04 is. 19 


4. 4502461 



(LIFF. GRANT COUNTY. 

A secondary station situated 100 yards north of Heather's store 
(Cliff post-office), 25 yards east of stage road to Mogollon, and about 20 
feet southwest of northeast corner of northeast quarter of northeast 
quarter of sec. 32, T. 15 S., R. 17 W. 

Station mark: Center of windmill. 

[Latitude 32 57' 39.35 '. Longitude 108° 36' 44.80".] 





To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Mogollon. _ 


182 44 23 

237 -is 54 


2 44 58 

57 33 48 


Meters, 
4.53539 


Canyon . 


4. 21939 



LINE, GRANT COUNTY. 

Situated about 15 miles in a northerly direction from Duncan, Ariz., 
being on the highest point visible from that place. A road from Dun- 



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can to a cow camp about 2 miles south of station. Water at cow 
camp, also on road about 3 miles from same. Station is best reached 
from Steeplerock, a mining- camp about 1-J miles northeast of station. 
Station mark : A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rock, 
above which a cairn 6 feet high was erected. 

[Latitude 32° 51' 01.02". Longitude 108 59 50.99".] 



To station- 



G-uthrie 

Sunset . . 
Mogollon 
Canyon _ 
Bullard 
Secho _ _ 



Azimuth. 



97 37 50.86 
144 25 23.59 
218 49 45.46 
246 54 19.96 
290 05 21.36 
356 40 32.01 



Back azimuth. Log. distance. 



277 27 30.68 
324 17 52.14 
39 02 56.22 
67 11 46.73 
110 20 16.09 
176 41 18. 18 



Meters. 
4.4766777 
4.5676142 
4. 7769400 
4.7347506 
4.6611612 
4. 5853982 



SECHO, GRANT COUNTY. 

Situated on highest of low isolated hills about 3 miles east of Ari- 
zona and New Mexico Railway and about 4 miles northeast of sect ion 
house at Summit station, about halfway between Lordsburg, N. Mex., 
and Duncan, Ariz. 

Station mark : A hole drilled in solid rock, over which a cairn 7 feet 
in diameter and 7-J- feet high was erected. 

[Latitude 32° 30' 13.46". Longitude 108° 58' 25.47".] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 




o 


o / 


Meters. 


Graham . _ . 


104 43 43.49 


284 14 41.16 


4. 9399787 


Guthrie 


143 01 51.29 


322 50 47. 82 


4. 7250061 


Sunset 


160 54 03.87 


340 45 48. 18 


4. 8602010 


Line 


176 41 18.18 


356 40 32.01 


4. 5853982 


Bullard 


240 56 34.21 


61 10 38.66 


4. 6692474 



MOGOLLON, SOCORRO COUNTY. 

Situated on the highest peak of the Mogollon range, locally known 
as "Baldy," about 10 miles north of Farquar's ranch on Mogollon 
Creek. Bare on south and southwest slopes; east and north slopes 
timbered. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in triangular 
stone about 18 by 14 by 14 inches, set 10 inches in the ground. 
Underneath stone on center a ".30-caliber Government" cartridge 
shell is driven in ground. A cairn 4 feet high was built over mark. 



138 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull.201. 
[Latitude 33° 16' 11.72". Longitude 108 35' 41.44 . 





T< i station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 






o / 


o , 


Meters. 


Line 




._..! 39 02 56.22 


218 49 45.46 


4. 7769400 


Sunset _ . 




74 32 48.81 


254 12 01.18 


4. 7873988 


Canyon 




. 334 04 18. 19 


154 08 38.08 


4. 4502461 



PLEASANT, SOCORRO COUNTY. 

Situated on highest point of brushy mountain about 3 miles due 
west from Pleasanton. Brush and timber cleared from summit in 
1901. Easily ascended from "Frisco" River at Pleasanton via lane 
to west side of river and then by cattle trail to top of ridge, thence 
northward to station. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tablel cemented in bowlder 
in place 

[Latitude 33 L7' 57.90". Longitude 108 56' 21.62".] 



To station 



Sunset 

Canyon 

Billiard 



Azimuth. 



Back azimuth. 



53 II 5-2.30 
302 40 00.62 
330 Ki 35. us 



233 35 23.45 
122 55 39.16 
150 23 41.25 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 
4. 5235914 
4. 7232391 
4. 8784318 



PACIFIC SECTION OF TOPOGRAPHY. 

CAIjIFORlSriA. 

TRIANGULATION STATIONS. 

Central California. 

Control for the three fifteen-minute quadrangles south and east of 
Mount Diablo is based upon Mocho and Diablo stations of the Coast 
and Geodetic Survey. In addition to these, seven other stations were 
occupied, and three secondary points wore located by Mr. C. F. Urqu- 
hart, topographer, in November and December, 1901. Positions arc 
given on the "United States standard datum." 

BROWN, ALAMEDA COUNTY. 

Situated on a high prairie point in pasture land owned by Mr. 
Brown. It is best reached from Livermore via road up Mocho Creek 
to summit of ridge, thence a road turns northwest and passes very 
near station. 

Station mark: A small pile of rock around signal tree. 



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DOUGLAS, GOOl 



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[Latitude 37° 36' 22.98". Longitude 121 37' 10.84".] 



To station- 



Trenouth 

Sunol 

Wiedemaii 
Brushy ... 

Byron 

Bridge 



Azimuth. 



Back azimuth. 



61 53 05.56 241 43 55.02 
93 25 59.84 j 273 14 56.27 
114 04 36.83 293 50 52.92 
157 51 19.54 337 48 17.29 
172 32 14. 88 j 352 30 27. 36 
195 00 51.94 15 03 31.56 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 
4. 4006441 
L 4266916 
I . 5581580 
4. 2868343 
4. 5189234 
4.3915751 



BRUSHY, \LAMEDA COUNTY. 

Situated about 8 miles by road from Livermore ou a mountain 
locally known as "Brushy Peak." It is best reached from Livermore 
by road to Joseph Laughlin's residence, 6^ miles, thence up mountain. 
Mountain is covered with live-oak trees, all of which were cut from sum- 
mit. No other timbered mountain near. 

Station mark: A hole drilled in rock and filled with lead, above 
which is erected a rock monument with small tree in center. 

[Latitude 37° 46' 04.42". Longitude 121° 42' 08.96".] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Trenouth - 


26 30 49.72 
49 48 47.05 
82 54 01.66 
124 22 25.82 
191 24 54.45 
246 44 12.87 
337 48 17.29 
337 58 21.85 


206 24 40. 21 
229 40 44.55 
262 43 18.78 
304 14 40. 12 
11 26 09.60 
66 49 55.48 

157 51 19.54 

158 03 45.51 


Meters. 

4. 5224301 


Sunol . - - - - 


4. 4036711 


Wiedeman 


4. 4134343 


Diablo 


4. 3518752 


Byron - - - . 


4. 1796710 


Bridge 


4. 1727068 


Brown 
Mocho 


4. 2868343 
4. 5407469 







LEAL, ALAMEDA COUNTY. 

(Not occupied.) 

Situated on a high knoll, cleared of timber, about 1 mile east from 
Mr. Leal's cabin. To reach station take road east from Sunol to within 
three-fourths mile of Appleton's ranch, thence take left-hand road up 
creek and ridge to Leal's ranch. Signal can be seen from several 
points on a road along ridge. 

Station mark: A rock monument feet high with tree in cent or. 



140 PRIMARY TRTANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 
[Latitude 37' 40 41.48", Longitude 121 43' 26.39' .] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Lor. distance. 




o / // 


o / // 


Meters. 

4. 11502 


Sunol - - - - 


124 44 25 


304 37 11 


4.32713 


Wiedeman 


4. 54040 


Brushy - 


183 48 38 


3 49 25 


4.45511 


Mocho _ . 


4. 18723 











LIVERMORE, ALAMEDA COUNTY. 

(Not occupied.) 

Siat ion is the Catholic Church in the town of Livermore. 
Station mark: Center of church spire. 

[Latitude:;: 41 05.23". Longitude 121° 45 ' 55.37 .] 





To station — 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Trenouth 


o , „ 


o , „ 


Meters. 
4. 35381 


Sunol 

Wiedeman 

Brushy 

Brown 


62 39 54 
106 35 12 


242 34 10 
286 26 48 


4.19126 
4. 32308 
4.03192 




4.19110 







LONE PINE, ALAMEDA COUNTY. 

(Not occupied.) 

Situated about 2 miles northeast of Leal station, on line between 
Leal and Brown, on summit of knoll covered with scattering oak trees. 

Station mark: Alone pine tree near summit, standing much higher 
than other trees. 

[Latitude 37° 31' 40.94 ". Longitude 121° 42' 20.26".] 



To station 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Trenouth , 


O III 


o , „ 


Meters. 

4. 17398 


Sunol ... 


118 18 23 
221 06 17 


298 10 29 
41 09 26 


4. 33576 


Brown 


4. 06236 


Mocho 


4. 15909 











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DOUGLAS, GOODE 



: K 'J 



CALIFORNIA. 



141 



SUNOL, ALAMEDA COUNTY. 

Situated on the highest point of a prairie ridge running about nort h- 
west from Sunol. Take road up Sinbar Creek for about 3 miles, or 
until the seeond bridge is passed, thence up ridge on wesl side of 
creek about 1 mile to signal. 

Station mark: A rock with hole drilled in it and filled with lead, 
above which was built a rock monument with tree in center about 1' 
feet high. 

[Latitude 37° 37' 13.48". Longitude 121° 55' 18.08 . 1 



To station- 



VViedeman 

Diablo 

Brushy . . 
Livermore 
Brown . 
Lone Pine 

Leal 

Trenouth _ 



Azimuth. 



Back azimuth. Log. distance. 



154 03 20.18 334 00 40.71 



181 25 58.89 
229 40 44.55 
242 34 10 
273 14 56.27 
298 10 29 
304 37 11 
341 25 00.88 



1 20 17.08 
49 48 47.05 
62 39 54 

93 25 51). s| 
118 18 23 
124 44 25 
161 26 53.02 



4, 1643781 
4.4631686 
4.4036711 

4. 19126 
i. i -156916 
1.; 53576 
4.32713 
4. 1516486 



TRENOUTH, ALAMEDA COUNTY. 

Situated on mountain locally known as Trenouth Mountain, being 
the highest point of ridge between Alameda Creek and the Santa Clara 
Valley, and about 1^ miles southeast from Mission Mountain. A road 
from Mission San Jose (a small town) goes up mountain to Mr. Tre- 
nouth's residence, which is about one-half mile northeast of station. 

Station mark: A rock 18 by 6 by 6 inches set 18 inches in the 
ground, in top of which a hole was drilled and filled with lead, above 
which was erected a rock monument with small tree in center. 

[Latitude 37 29' 57.49 ". Longitude 121 52 14.13".] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 






o / " 


Meters. 


Wiedeinan 


157 42 48. 20 


337 38 16.65 


4. 4581934 


Sunol 


161 26 53.02 


341 25 00.88 


4. 1516486 


Livermore 






1.35381 


Brushy _ _ _ _ 


206 24 40.21 


26 30 49.72 


1.5224301 


Brown 


241 43 55.02 


61 53 05.50 


4.4000111 


Lone Pine . . 






4. 17398 


Leal 






4.11502 









142 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 
BRIDGE, CONTRA COSTA COUNTY. 

Situated about 4 miles southeast of Byron and 2 miles northeast of 
the Southern Pacific Railroad. The station is the most northeastern 
of four high towers built to carry electric-power wires from Stockton 
to San Jose over the San Joaquin River. 

Station mark: Center of tower. 

[Latitude 37° 49' 14.72". Longitude 121° 32' 49.89". | 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Lo^. distance. 


Brown -. - - 


o / // 

15 03 31.56 
66 49 55.48 
L30 02 51.46 


O 1 II 

195 00 51.94 
246 44 12,87 
309 58 2:5.5:5 


Meters. 
4. 3915751 


Brushy 

Byron . 


4. 1727068 
4.1440237 



BYRON, CONTRA COSTA COUNTY. 

Situated on railroad righl of way, about one-fourth mile northwest 
from Byron and Brentwood county road. It is on south side of rail- 
road about 40 feet from track, on a hill through which the railroad 
passes in an open cut. Mr. Henry McCabe's residence is about one- 
fourth mile southeast of station. 

Station mark: A telegraph pole. 

Reference mark: A rock with small hole drilled in it and "IT. S." 
cut on it, 3.6 feet northwest of telegraph pole. 

[Latitude:;? 51 05.25". Longitude 121 t0' 06.44".] 



To station- 



Azimuth. 



Brushy 11 26 09. (50 

Diablo s4 22 28. 90 

Bridge 309 58 23.53 

Brown 352 30 27.36 



Back azimuth. Log. distance. 



191 24 54.45 
264 13 27.25 
130 02 51.46 

172 32 14.88 



Meters. 
4.1796710 
4. 3355799 
4. 1440237 
4.5189234 



DIABLO, CONTRA COSTA COUNTY. 

A station of the Coast and Geodetic Survey on summit of well- 
known mountain of that name. 

Station mark: A copper bolt cemented in solid rock, above which 
was erected a brick pier. 



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DOUGLAS, GOODE. J 



CALIFORNIA. 



143 



[Latitude 37° 52' 55.48 


'. Longitude 121° 54' 48.36". 




To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Sunol 


1 26 17. OS 
24 05 36.49 
264 13 27.25 
304 14 40.12 
319 40 30 
324 44 31.77 
354 54 16 


181 25 58.89 
204 02 38.33 
84 22 28.90 
L24 22 25.82 
139 51 16 
144 57 40.03 
174 55 52 


Meters. 
4. 4631686 
4.2413220 
L 3355799 
L 3518752 
4. 60295 
4. 7394918 
4. 62994 


Wiedeman 


Byron 


Brushy 

Brown 

Mocho 

Trenouth. 





WIEDEMAN, CONTRA COSTA COUNTY. 

Situated on highest point of a prairie ridge about 3 miles southwest 
of San Ramon. It can be reached by road from San Ramon to Mr. 
Christopher Wiedeman's house, thence by trail three-fourths mile up 
hill. 

Station mark: A hole drilled in rock and filled with lead, above 
which was erected a rock monument with tree in center. 

[Latitude 37 44' L9.26". Longitude 121° 59' 38.97".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Dial )1( ) 

Brushy _ . _ . 

Livermore 
Brown _ . . 
Mocho 


204 02 38.33 

262 43 18. 78 
286 26 48 
293 50 52.02 
306 38 18.69 
316 30 21 
:::;! 00 40.71 
337 38 16.65 


24 05 36.49 
82 54 01.66 
106 35 12 
114 04 36.83 
L26 54 23.02 
136 40 13 
154 03 20. 18 
157 42 48.20 


Meiers. 

4. 2413220 
4. 4134343 
4.32308 
4. 5581580 
4.6847231 


Leal 

Sunol 

Trenouth 


4. 54040 
4. 1643781 
1. 1581934 






MOCHO, SANTA CLARA COUNTY. 

A Coast and Geodetic Survey station, situated on highest point of 
mountain locally known as Eylar Mountain. It can be reached by a 
good mountain road from Livermore up Mocho Creek to cabin at foot 
of Eylar Mountain, 18 miles from Livermore, thence a good trail to 
station, which is about 14 miles up the ridge from old cabin at Banta 
Springs. 

Station mark: A stone pier I feel high. 

Reference mark: A rock monument with tree 11 feel high in center 
used as signal, 3.5 feet east of station mark. 



144 PRIMARY TR1ANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull.201. 
[Latitude. 37 ; 28' 39.(596". Longitude. 121 c 33' 18.781".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 







Meters. 








4. 18725 


Lone Pine 






4. 15909 


Wiedeman 


126 54 23.02 


306 38 18.69 


4.6847231 


Diablo 


144 57 40. 03 


324 44 31.77 


4. 7394918 


Brush}- 


158 03 45.51 


337 58 21.85 


4. 5407469 


Brown 






4. 18684 











Randsburg Mining District. 

Four 3-point stations for the control of the Randsburg mining 
district were occupied by Mr. R. U. Goode, geographer, during the 
latter part of September, 1900, with an 8-inch theodolite reading by 
verniers to 10 seconds. Positions were computed from the following 
stations of the Wheeler survey, which were connected with, the trans- 
continental triangulation of the United States Coast and Geodetic 
Survey in 1901, and recomputed on United States standard datum. 



Telescope . 
Olancha..- 
Maturango 
Owens 



Latitude. 



36 10 12.8 
36 15 55.5 
36 07 13.3 
35 44 18.6 



Longitude. 



117 05 20.0 

118 07 03.0 
117 29 41.7 
117 59 47.0 



GOVERNMENT, KERN COUNTY. 

On the point locally known as Government Peak, H miles south 
west from Randsburg and above the Yellow Aster mine. 
Station mark: A cairn 5 feet in height. 

[Latitude 35° 21' 08.29 ". Longitude 117 40 24.35".] 



To station- 



El Paso 

Olancha : 

Laurel 

Telescope 

Johannesburg 
Red 



Azimuth. 



131 45 30.87 
158 30 59.96 
176 04 47.05 
210 03 09. 50 
237 11 29.13 
272 23 39.14 



Back azimuth. 


311 


39 38.03 


338 


15 24.58 


356 04 24. 63 


30 23 39.29 


57 


12 47.25 


92 


26 44.85 



Log. distance. 

Meters. 
4. 3134470 
5.0373238 
4. 1543844 
5.0212863 
3. 6079340 
3. 9091392 



WILSON, RKNSHAWK. 
DOUGLAS, GOODB 



„,-, 



CALIE'ORNIA. 



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LAUREL, KERN COUNTY. 

On a peak locally known as Laurel Mountain, about 4 miles a little 
south of west from Gorclen station (Searles post-office), being the first 
high point in that direction. 

Station mark : A cairn 6 feet in height. 

[Latitude 35° 28' 50.20". Longitude 117° 41' 03.05".] 



To station- 



Azimuth. 



El Paso 87 53 09. 80 267 47 38. 86 

Dome 290 27 11. 38 110 33 03. 1' 

Red. . 328 04 05. 53 14S 07 33. 95 

Government 356 04 24. 63 176 04 47 . 1 >5 



Back azimuth. Log. distance. 



Meters. 
4.1579419 
4. 2129570 
4. 2348120 
4. 1543844 



DOME, SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY. 

On a high rocky point about 8 miles northeast from Johannesburg, 



n sec. 7, T. 20 8., R. 42 E. 
Station mark: A cairn feet high. 





[Latitude 35° 25' 44.63 


'. Longitude 


17 30 56.55' . 




To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Red 

Laurel . . - - — - 


35 08 02.03 
110 33 03. 17 


215 05 :; ( .). 10 
290 27 11.38 


Meters. 
4. 0346145 

4. 2 1295 Til 







EL PASO, SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY. 

A station of the Wheeler survey. 

[Latitude 35° 28' 32.61". Longitude 117 50' 33.28". 



To 


station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 






1 




Meters. 


Laurel 




267 47 38.86 


87 53 09.80 


1. 1579419 


Government . . 




311 39 38.03 


131 45 30.87 


4.3134470 



JOHANNESBURG, SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY. 

South end of the station gable. 

[Latitude 35° 22' 19.55". Longitude 117° 38' 09.36 . | 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth 


Log. distance. 


Red 

Grovernment 





298 22 57.2;') 
57 12 47.25 


118 24 44.86 
237 11 29.13 


Meters. 
3.7273887 
3.6079340 






Bull. 201—02— 


10 









146 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 



RED, SAN BERNARDINO. 

About 3 miles southeast of Johannesburg, on the highest point of 
Red Mountain. 

Station mark: A cairn 5 feet high. 

[Latitude 35° 20' 57.17". Longitude 117° 35' 03.37".] 



To station- 



Government _ 
Johannesburg- 
Laurel 

Telescope . . . 
Dome 



Azimuth. 



92 26 44.85 
118 24 44.86 
148 07 33.95 
206 02 44.48 
215 05 39.10, 



Back azimuth. 


/ // 


272 23 39. 


14 


298 22 57. 


23 


328 04 05. 


53 


26 20 06.(55 


35 08 02. 


03 



Log. distance. 
Meters. 

3.9091392 
3. 7273887 
4. 2348120 
5. 0065190 
4. 0346145 



Sierra Forest Reserve. 

Mr. E. T. Perkins, jr., topographer, continued the belt of triangu- 
lation of the previous year southward along the high Sierras to Teha- 
ehapi Pass. Besides reoccupying 2 stations, he built and occupied 
11 new stations, some of which were formerly located by the Wheeler 
survey. 

This work was further extended and connected with that in south- 
ern California by Mr. Urquhart in December, 1901. 

The work furnishes control for six 30-niinute quadrangles in Tulare 
and Kern counties. 

Positions were computed from the south from the line Frazier-Liebre 
on Yolo standard datum, but a correction of -+-6.53" \ n latitude and 
— 3. GO" in longitude was applied to reduce the positions published 
herewith to the "U. S. Standard " of the Coast and Geodetic Survey. 

BRECKINRIDGE, KERN COUNTY. 

The station is at the eastern end of Breckinridge Mountain, a 
heavily timbered plateau south of the Kern River, miles west of 
Havilah. It can be ascended from Rankins Ranch in Walker Basin 
b}^ following the main ridge. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in the top 
of a ledge which projects 10 or 12 feet above surface of ground, sur- 
mounted by a cairn 5 feet high. 

[Latitude 35° 27' 03.86". Longitude 118° 34' 58.89".] 



To station- 



Sunday 

Big Meadows 

Pah Ute 

Cache 

Old Town . . . 



Azimuth. 


179 49 37.92 


203 


16 


37.60 


269 


52 


04.54 


309 


51 


59.73 \ 


351 


04 


52.21 



Back azimuth. I 


359 49 35.35 


23 25 23.77 


89 58 45.66 


130 03 33.88 


171 06 46.54 

I 



Log. distance. 

Meters. 
4. 5655670 
4. 7575669 
4. 2415837 
4.5971175 
4.5091169 



WILSON, KENSHAW 
DOUGLAS, GOODE 



."•] 



CALIFORNIA. 



147 



CACHE, KERN COUNTY. 

A peak at the head of Cache Creek, about 10 miles northeast of 
Cameron station on Southern Pacific Railroad. The name of creek 
and peak was taken from Wheeler map. Water was found at an 
old Indian camp at west foot of peak. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid 
rock, above which a cairn 9 feet high was erected. 

[Latitude 35° 13' 19.63". Longitude 118° 14' 58.66".] 



To station 



Azimuth. 



Pajuela . 

Double 

Old Town 
Breckinridge 
PahUte . 
Soledad _ _ _ 



Back azimuth. Log. distance. 



19 49 57.53 

45 34 00.61 

75 41 49.28 

130 03 33.88 

153 14 10.77 

348 04 51.10 



199 48 25.51 
225 25 53.94 
255 32 11.59 
309 51 59.73 
333 09 16.60 
168 06 58. 16 



Meters. 
4. 0763916 
4. 4775061 
4. 4179828 
4.5971175 
4. 4546164 
4.4335946 



DOUBLE, KERN COUNTY 



A partly timbered double peak about 6 miles southwest of Teha- 
chapi, at the head of Oak Creek. It can be ascended from camp at 
old sawmill 3 miles up the creek from Piffords. 

Station' mark: A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid 
rock, above which a cairn 9 feet high was erected. 

[Latitude 35 01' 56.68". Longitude 118° 29' 04.49".] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distahc 




o , 


o , 


Meters. 


Liebre 


12 15 32.28 


192 12 23.37 


L 5980058 


Frazier ... 


57 21 04. 14 


237 04 26.93 


4.7212601 


Old Town 


164 45 32. 38 
190 22 09.83 
225 25 53.94 
240 27 27.11 


344 44 02. 36 
10 25 24.40 
45 34 00.61 
60 34 01.36 


4. 1782222 


Pah Ute 


4.6743668 


Cache 


1. 1775061 


Pajuela 


t. 3003508 


Soledad 


281 25 36.86 


101 35 48.84 


4.4410062 



OLD TOWN, KERN COUNTY. 

A low peak at the northern edge of Tehachapi Pass, aboul 2 miles 
north of the old settlement of Tehachapi. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rook. 
surmounted by a cairn 6 feet high. 



148 PKIMARY TRI ANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull.201. 

[Latitude 35° 09' 48.59". Longitude 118° 31' 41.06".] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Breckinridge - - 


171 06 46.54 
201 18 06. 13 
255 32 11.59 
282 23 32.31 
344 44 02,36 


o / // 

351 04 52.21 

21 22 51.50 

75 41 49.28 

102 31 37.32 

164 45 32. 38 


Meters. 
4.5091169 


Pah TJte 


4. 5350191 




4. 4179828 




4. 3393768 


Double - -.-.-- 


4. 1782222 







OWENS, KERN COUNTY. 

(Not occupied.) 

A high peak 20 miles east of Kernville, on the waters of the South 
Fork of Kern River. 
Station mark: A cairn probably erected by the Wheeler Survey. 

[Latitude 35° 44' 18.60". Longitude 1 17 59' 46.99."] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 

O / II 

228 10 35.43 
275 04 45.81 
304 06 42. 62 


Log. distance. 


Pah Ute 

Sunday 

Big Meadows 


o / // 

48 24 22,08 

95 25 22.55 

124 18 30.89 


Meters. 

4. 6802818 
4. 7274706 
4. 5649336 



PAH UTE, KERN COUNTY. 

The highest peak on the range south of Kernville and about 8 
miles east of Ilavilah. 11 can be ascended from camp at Rankins in 
Walker Basin in three hours, from Nick Williams in three hours, or 
from Cienega in two hours. Water directly under peak one-half mile 
to southeast, reached by wagon road; then good road to summit. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid 
rock, above which a cairn 5 feet high was erected. 

[Latitude 35 27' 04.62". Longitude 118° 23' 27.29".] 



To station- 



Double 

Old Town . 
Breckinridge 

Sunday 

Big Meadows 
Cache 



Azimuth. 



to 



24.40 



21 22 51.50 

89 58 45.66 

154 34 23. 72 

185 44 06. 62 

333 09 16.60 



Back azimuth. 


o 

190 


22 09.83 


201 


18 06. 13 


269 52 04.54 


334 27 38.40 


5 


46 09. 34 


153 


14 10.77 



Log. distance. 

Meters. 

4. 6743668 
4. 5350191 
4. 2415837 
4. 6097404 
4. 7224576 
4. 4546164 



WILSON, RENSHAWE, 
DOUGLAS, GOODE. 



CALIFORNIA. 
PAJUELA, KERN COUNTY. 



149 



On the first low peak 3 miles east of Cameron station on Southern 
Pacific Railroad. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tablet buried in ground, 
above which was erected a cairn 6 feet high. 

[Latitude 35° 07' 15.64". Longitude 118° 17' 38.41".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Double _' 

Old Town 


60 34 01.36 
102 31 37. 32 
199 48 25. 51 
327 47 50.69 


o / // 

240 27 27.11 

282 23 32.31 

19 49 57.53 

147 51 29.34 


Meters. 
4. 3003508 
4. 3393768 


Cache 


4. 0763916 


Soledad 


4. 2581887 



SOLEDAD, KERN COUNTY. 

A butte 7 miles southeast of Mohave, around the eastern end of 
which the Southern Pacific Railroad passes. It can be best reached 
by road to the " Grey Eagle" mine and then by trail to summit. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rock, 
above which a cairn 10 feet high was erected. 

[Latitude 34° 58' 57.89". Longitude 118° 11' 17.68".] 



To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Odell 


4 57 13. 63 

47 01 04.14 

72 21 45.60 

101 35 48.84 

147 51 29.34 

168 06 58. 16 


184 55 39.21 
226 47 46.03 
251 54 58.97 
281 25 36.86 
327 47 50.69 
348 04 51.10 


.1/. l< rs. 
4. 6893126 


Liebre 

Frazier . - 


4. 6868484 
4. 8748714 


Double _ - - - 


4. 4410062 


Pa j uela - - - - - - - 


4.2581887 


Cache 


4.4335946 







SUNDAY, KERN COUNTY. 

The highest peak in Greenhorn Mountains, on the west side of the 
Kern River, at head of Cedar Creek, about 18 miles northwest of 
Kernville. Camp at Meadow, 800 feet below sum mil, on live south- 
east side. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in granite 
ledge, over which was erected a cairn 5 feet high. 



150 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 
[Latitude 35 46' 57.15". Longitude 118 35 03.31".] 



To station- 



Moses _ _ 
Florence _ . 
Big Meadows 
PahUte-_- 
Breckinridge 



Azimuth. Back azimuth. 



171 05 10.17 
182 31 19.39 
235 12 24.95 
334 27 38.40 



351 01 46.57 

2 32 31.46 

55 21 15.81 

154 34 23.72 



359 49 35.35 179 49 37. 9i 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 
4. 7462795 
4. 8406527 
4. 4420184 
4. 6097404 
4. 5655670 



ODELL, LOS ANGELES COUNTY. 

• On the western end of a long, flat ridge, 6 miles north-northwest of 
Acton and one-fifth mile north-northwest of Mr. Odelrs house. The 
ridge is nearly free from brush, and can be easily ascended on 
horseback. 

Station mark: A copper bolt sunk in the solid, outcropping ledge, 
above which a cairn 8 feet high and 8 feet in diameter was erected. 

[Latitude, 34° 32' 36.87". Longitude. 118° 14' 03.28".] 





To station— 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 










Meters. 


Frazier 




Ill 07 16.02 


290 42 12.40 


4. 8577810 


Liebre . _ . 




116 22 54.38 


296 11 14. ;:: 


4.5440811 


Soledad 




184 55 39.21 


4 57 13.63 


4. 6893126 



OLANCHA, INYO AND TULARE COUNTIES. 

(Not occupied.) 

The highest peak on range southwest of Owen Lake. 

Station mark: A cairn, probably erected by the Wheeler survey. 



| Latitude, 36 15 55.53 


. Longitude 118° 07' 03.05"/ 




To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Big Meadows . 


O ' / // 

27 10 16.18 

38 16 38.85 

112 03 17.94 


o 1 II 

207 02 40.29 
218 00 10.70 
291 47 54.89 


Meters. 
4. 6282473 


Sunday 

Florence . 


4. 8332895 
4. 6220458 



WHITNEY, INYO AND TULARE COUNTIES. 

The highest peak in the United States proper, at head of Kern 
River, about 20 miles southwest of Independence. 

Station mark : A cairn, probably erected by the Wheeler survey. 



WILSON, KENSHAWE, 
DOUGLAS, GOODE. 



CALIFORNIA. 

[Latitude 36° 34' 43.57". Longitude 118° 17' 29.57 '.] 



151 



To station- 



Big Meadows 

Sunday 

Florence . . 
Wauguyhe 



Azimuth. 



2 54 47. 92 

16 40 53.82 

50 32 52.02 

248 55 26.49 



Back azimuth. Log. distance. 



182 53 20.79 

196 30 33.52 

230 23 38. 13 

69 38 02.11 



Mi ters. 
4. 8614282 
4.9646686 
4.4779257 
5.0540514 



BIG MEADOWS, TULARE COUNTY. 

The highest point on range between Kern River and South Fork of 
Kern River, about 25 miles northeast of Kernville along the Mount 
Whitney trail. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in a large 
bowlder, over which is erected a cairn 6 feet high. 

[Latitude 35° 55' 28.50". Longitude 118° 19' 56.92".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Pah Ute.- 


5 46 09.34 
23 25 23.77 
55 21 15.81 

141 33 04.62 
159 55 59.28 


185 44 06.62 
203 16 37.60 
235 12 24.95 
321 20 46.63 
339 48 16.62 


Meters. 
4.7224576 


Breckinridge 

Sunday 

Moses 

Florence 


1. 7575669 
4. 4420184 
4.7013414 
4.7554015 



FLORENCE, TULARE COUNTY. 

Mount Florence is the highest point east of Farewell Gap, about 6 
miles southeast of "Mineral King," at headwaters of Middle Fork of 
Kawesh and Little Kern rivers. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tabid cemented in solid rock, 
surmounted by a cairn 6 feet high. 

[Latitude, 36 24' 22.96". Longitude, 118 33' 00.95".] 



To station- 


Azimuth. 


Back azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Sunday - 


2 32 31.46 

39 35 55.38 

134 54 42.41 

L53 37 10.01 

339 48 16.62 


182 31 19.39 

219 3i 17. re 

314 42 51.70 
:;:::: 31 56. 75 
159 55 59.28 


Mett rs. 

t. 8406527 


Moses - - 

Big Baldv 


[. 2635024 
[. 6217913 


Silliman - 


l. 1687506 


Big Meadows . 


1. 7554015 







152 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 
MOSES, TULARE COUNTY. 

A high rocky point between headwaters of North Fork and Middle 
Fork of Tulare River, about 3 miles northeast of Frazier's mill. 
Ascended from camp at south end of Long Meadows in two hours — 
one hour on foot. 

Station mark: A bronze triangulation tablet cemented in solid rock, 
surmounted by a cairn 6 feet high. 

[Latitude, 36° 16' 44.12". Longitude, 118° 40' 49.45".] 



To station- 



Azimuth. 



Big Baldy 157 35 04.44 

Silliman 177 58 02.20 

Florence 219 31 17.76 

Big Meadows 321 20 46.63 

Sunday 351 <>i 46.57 



Back azimuth. 



Log. distance. 



337 27 o:;.'2<) 
357 57 27.82 
39 35 55.38 
141 33 04.62 
171 05 10.17 



Meters, 
4. 6742414 
t. 6076826 
4. 2635024 
1.7013414 
4. 7402795 



PRIMARY TRAVERSE. 

Primary traverse for the control of the Sacramento fifteen-minute 
quadrangle, based upon the position of the dome of the State capitol, 
(United States standard datum), was run by Mr. Charles F. Urquhart, 
topographer, in throe circuits, as follows: 

From Sacramento, eastward along Central Pacific Railway to Fair- 
oaks; thence northward via highways to Roseville ; thence returning 
to Sacramento via Central Pacific Railway. 

From near Salisbury on Central Pacific Railway, south to about 
parallel 38 30'; thence westward via highways to about meridian 
121° 30'; thence northward to Sacramento. 

From a point about If miles northeast of State capitol, westward 
via highways to Sacramento-Sutter county line; thence eastward to 
Roseville. 



WILSON, renshawe. 

DOUGLAS, GOODE. 



I 



CALIFORNIA. 



153 



Geographic positions along Central Pacific Railway from Sacramento to 

Fair oaks. 



Station. 



Latitude. 



Longitude. 



Sacramento. State capitol dome 

Sacramento. Y street, 47 feet north from north 
meridian monument 

Sacramento, corner Thirty-first and R streets, cross- 
ing of Thirty-first street 

Homestead, road crossing at 

Brighton station 

Perkins station _ 

Mahew, opposite railroad building 

Mahew, road crossing at 

Mills station 

Mills station . road crossing at 

Fairoaks, junction of spur line to 

Soudan, road crossing at 

Fairoaks station 



38 34 37.4 



38 33 35.2 



38 33 
38 33 
38 33 
38 32 
38 33 
38 33 
38 35 
38 35 
38 36 
38 36 
38 38 



51.6 
47.6 
07.0 
49. 5 
54. 
:>:>. 9 
10.9 
11.7 
28.0 
09. 5 
01.6 



121 -Jit 34.3 



121 28 59.3 



121 28 
121 27 
121 25 
121 23 
121 21 
121 20 
121 18 
121 18 
121 15 
121 16 
121 15 



05.9 

51.4 
23.4 
57. 1 
03.1 
59. 2 
28.5 
26.8 
52.7 
46.6 
43.0 



Geographic positions along highways from Fairoaks to Roseville. 



Station. 



Fairoaks colony 

Fairoaks and Roseville road, intersection of road 
from Mr. Cunningham's house with west bound- 
ary of colony 

Three Corners, road east to Orange vale and north 
to Roseville 

Auburn road, crossing of 

Schoolhouse, point opposite 

County-line monument, Sacramento and Placer 
counties 

Road west 

County-line monument, Sacramento and Placer 
counties 

Road east, near railroad 



Latitude. Longitude. 



38 38 39. : 


121 


16 


13.3 


38 39 11.2 


121 


i; 


28.9 


38 40 43. 1 


121 


i; 


22. 1 


38 41 42. 1 


121 


17 


22.3 


38 41 47.6 


121 


i; 


22. 1 


38 43 19.1 


KM 


17 


22. 9 


38 43 20.8 


121 


17 


22. 9 


38 43 21.3 


121 


i; 


56.0 


38 44 12.9 


121 


17 


55.8 



154 PRIMARY TRIANGULATION AND PRIMARY TRAVERSE, [bull. 201. 
Geographic positions along < 'en f rat Pacific Railroad from Roseville to Sacramento. 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude. 


Crossing of road to Ezra Dudley's residence _ - 


38 44 17.0 


121 


17 56.4 


County-line monument, Sacramento and Placer 
counties 


38 43 25.0 


121 


18 46.1 


Antelope, road crossing* at 


38 42 32.2 


121 


19 43.3 


Road crossing 


38 40 38. 5 


121 


21 46.7 


Ben Ali, first road crossing northeast of 


38 37 20.4 


121 


25 21.6 


Ben Ali (box car) 


38 37 17.6 


121 


25 24.6 


Roseville and Sacramento road, crossing of 


38 36 41.4 


121 


26 03.8 


Roseville, Marys ville, and Sacramento roads, junc- 
tion of _ - - - . . . - - - - - - - 


38 36 41.6 

38 36 10.2 


121 
121 


26 54.9 


Long bridge over overflow, northeast end of 


27 57.5 


Sacramento, Twelfth street crossing, north side 
Central Pacific Rwy. tracks _ 


38 35 20.5 


121 


29 10.3 


Sacramento, corner Thirteenth and N streets 


38 34 30.6 


121 


29 25.3 



Geogra[>liic posit ions along highways south from point mar Salisbury to about 
parallel 38 30', thence westward along highways to at>onf meridian 121 30', 
thence northward to Sacramento. 



Station. 



Intersection of Mills and Whiterock road with 
road from Salisbury 

Three Corners 

Crossing on old Jackson road 

Crossing new Jackson road _ 

Road corner, leave new Jackson road 

Road crossing at schoolhouse 

Road crossing to Walsh _ 

Road crossing 

Central Pacific Rwy. er< >ssing 

Upper Stockton road crossing (Dadin*s blacksmith 
shop) 

Lower Stockton road cr< >ssing 

Road crossing (thence north) 

Road crossing 



Latitude. 



38 35 28.0 
38 33 35.9 
38 31 42.4 
38 30 36.9 
38 30 51.4 
38 30 40.3 
38 30 40.4 
38 30 40.2 
38 30 30.5 

38 30 39.2 
38 30 38.8 
38 30 38.5 
38 32 24.7 



Longitude. 



121 15 17.9 

121 15 30.4 

121 15 37.4 

121 15 36.9 

121 16 42.8 

121 17 49.7 

121 20 03.0 

121 21 42.9 

121 24 04.9 

121 26 05.9 

121 27 58.2 

121 28 56.2 

121 28 57.2 



WILSON, KEN SH AWE 
DOUGLAS, GOODE 



I 



CALIFORNIA. 



155 



Geographic positions along highways from northeast end of long bridge oi 
overflow, north to county line, thence east to Roseville.' 



Station. 


Latitude. 


Longitude 


Three Corners, river road turns west 

Road northeast. 


38 36 22.2 
38 37 51.9 
38 39 25.0 
38 39 50.6 
38 40 32.3 
38 42 01.2 

38 44 05.7 
38 45 06.2 
38 45 06. 8 
38 45 06.7 
38 45 07.1 
38 45 07.1 
38 45 07.6 
38 45 06.0 


121 28 29.6 
121 28 28.8 
121 28 28. 6 
121 28 59.7 
121 29 00.1 
121 29 00.8 

121 29 00 7 


Read west (near Mr. Schieber's house) __ 

Opposite Six-mile house 

Opposite Mr. Cippa's barnyard _. 

Road at saloon 

County line monument. Sacramento and Sutter 
counties . 


Three Corners, on Marysville and Roseville road. .. 
County line crossing Sutter and Placer counties . . 
Road south _ _ 


121 29 01.2 
121 28 08.3 
121 26 17 9 


Lane south. . 


121 23 30 8 


Road south, telephone line . 


121 21 51 3 


Top of small hill, opposite old house 


121 19 19.5 


Roseville station, semaphore post at 


121 16 57.3 



INDEX 



Page. 
A. 

-^neas station, Montana, description and 

position of 102 

Ahem, J., work of 130 

Alabama, positions of points in 68-70 

Alexander, Ala., position of 69 

Alger, Ohio, position of 59 

Alias station, Montana, description and 

position of _. 121 

Alum Creek, Ohio, position of 59 

Anabel, Mo., position of 77 

Anderson, Mich., position of 74 

Anita station, Colorado, description and 

positic n of 91 

Ann Arbor, Mich. , position of 74 

Ann Arbor Railroad, positions along 74 

Antelope, Cal., position of 154 

Antoine, Ark., position of 80 

Arab station, New York, description and 

position of 19 

Archbold, Ohio, position of 48 

Arizona, descriptions of triangulation sta- 
tions in... 130-135 

Arkansas, positions of points in 80 

Ashland, Nebr., position of 82 

Ash Peak station, Arizona, description 

and position of 131 

Atlanta, Mo., position of 77 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, positions 

along 38,40 

Atlantic section of topography, detailed 

report of work of 12-45 

summary of published results in 11 

Aubrey, Ala., position of 69 

Auburn, Ala., position of 70 

Auburn, 1ST. C, position of 39 

Avis, Ohio, position of 51 

Aycocks Mill, N. C, position of 40 

Azimuth station, Arizona, description 

and position of 131 

Azimuth station, Colorado, description 

and position of 91 

Azimuth station, "Wyoming, description 

and position of 93-94 

Azimuth mark station, Wyoming, de- 
scription and position of 83 

B. 

Baker, N. C, position of 39 

Baker station, Montana, description and 

position of 121 

Baldwin, H. L., jr., work of 98 



Page. 

Baldwin, Ohio, position of 50 

Baltimore, Md. , position of 36 

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, positions 

along 42 43 

Banner station, Wyoming, description 

and position of 96 

Baptiste station, Montana, description 

and position of.. 102 

Battle station, Wyoming, description and 

position of _ 84 

Batson, Ohio, position of.. 50 

Beck station, Pennsylvania, description 

and position of 29-30 

Beech, Mich., position of 75 

Beech Plains Church station, New York. 

description and position of 19 

Belgium, Wis., position of 76 

Ben Ali, Cal., position of 154 

Benton Ridge, Ohio, position of 52 

Berrett, Md., position of.. 36 

Bethel, Ohio, position of 62 

Bettsville, Ohio, position of.. 54 

Big Four Railway, positions along, in Illi- 
nois : 72 

Big Meadows station, California, descrip- 
tion and position of 1 51 

Big Walnut Creek, Ohio, positions along. 59,60 

Blachley ville, Ohio, position of 44 

Bloom ville, Ohio, position of 63 

Blue Ridge station, New York, descrip- 
tion and position of 14 

Boundary 373 station, Montana, descrip 

tion and position of L22 

Bowser station, Pennsylvania, descrip- 
tion and position of 35 

Breckinridge station, California, descrip- 
tion and position of 14H 

Bridge station, California, description 

and position of 142 

Bridger station, Wyoming, description 

and position of 84 

Brighton, Cal., position of 153 

Brighton, Ohio, position of 15 

Brocktown, Ark. , position of Sl ' 

Broken Sword, Ohio, position of 63 

Brown station, California. dascriptioD 

and position of L38 139 

Bro wnlielm, Ohio, position of 68 

Brushy station, California, description 

and position of 139 

Bryan, Ohio, position of ^ s 

157 



158 



INDEX. 



Page. 
Bryce station, Arizona, description and 

position of - - 131-132 

Buck station, New York, description and 

position of - 14-15 

Bucyrus, Ohio, position of 64 

Bullard station, New Mexico, description 

and position of L35 1 36 

Bullhead, N. C, position of 40 

Buffalo, Wyo., meridian marks at 97-98 

Buffalo station, Wyoming, description 

and position of 94 

Burbank, Ohio, position of 42 

Burlington and Missouri River Railroad, 

positions along 81,82 

Burr, Nebr., position of 81 

Byron station, California, description and 

position of - 142 

C. 

Caborus, Ind. , position of 72 

Cache station, California, description and 

position of 147 

California, descriptions of triangulation 

stations in 138-155 

positions of points in 1 52 1 .V> 

Calmar, Iowa, position of 79 

Calvin, 111., position of - 72 

Camden, Ohio., position of 45 

Campbell, Ala. , position of (59 

Canton water-tower station. New York, 

description and position of .. L9-20 

Canyon station, New Mexico, description 

and position of 1 36 

Carey station, Montana, description and 

position of L07 

Carmi, 111., position of _ 72 

Carrollton, Md., position of. 37 

Castalia, Iowa, position of - 79 

Cathead station, New York, description 

and position of 15 

Catonsville, Md. , position of . . . 36 

Cedar Creek, Nebr.. position of . 82 

Center station, Arizona, description and 

position of 130 

Centerpoint, Ark., position of.. 80 

Central of Georgia Railway, positions 

along 69 

Central Pacific Railway, positions along 153, 154 
Central section of topography, detailed 

report of work of 4<>-82 

summary of published results in. 11 

Chapman, R.H., work of 98, 130 

Chehaw, Ala., position of 70 

Chelsea, Mich., position of 73 

Chenowith, Ohio, position of _ . 62 

Cheshire, Ohio, position of 60, 65 

Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Rail- 
way, positions along 79 

Chicory station, Pennsylvania, descrip- 
tion and position of 26-27 

Chief Mountain station, Montana, descrip- 
tion and position of _ _ _ 122 

Clarence, Mo., position of... 77 

Cleveland station, Montana, description 

and position of 123 

Clietts, Ala., position of 70 



Page. 
Cliff station, Montana, description and 

position of 107-108 

Cliff station, New Mexico, description 

and position of 138 

Clinton, Mich., position of 73 

Clough, Ala., position of 70 

Coalbank station, Montana, description 

and position of 103 

Colorado, descriptions of triangulation 

stations in 91-93 

Columbia, Md., position of 36 

Columbus, Ohio, position of 59, 65 

Cone station, Wyoming, description and 

position of 94 

Conetoe, N. C, position of 41 

Connie station, Montana, description and 

position of 123 

Connor, N. C, position of 42 

Conover, Iowa, position of 79 

Cook, Nebr., position of 81 

Cowles, Ala., position of 70 

Cowling, 111., position of 72 

Crawford-Marion county line, Ohio, po- 
sition of 64 

Crisp, N. C, position of 41 

Criswell, Ohio, position of - 51 

Cross H station, Wyoming, description 

and position of 95 

Crossville, 111., position of 72 

Cnllom, Nebr., position of 82 

Cutbank station, Montana, description 

and position of 123-124 

D. 

Dade ville, Ala., position of 69 

Daly station, Montana, description and 

position of 117 

Davis station, Pennsylvania, description 

and position of 30 

Dearborn station, Montana, description 

and position of 108 

Decker, Ind., position of 71 

Delaware and Union counties. Ohio, posi- 
tion of stone monument between. 53 
Delaware-Franklin county line, Ohio, 

position of 65 

Delaware-Licking county line, Ohio, posi- 
tion of 60 

Delhi, Mich., position of 73 

Delight, Ark., position of 80 

Delta, Ohio, position of 47 

Desaw station, New York, description 

and position of 12 

De Smet station, Wyoming, description 

and position of 95 

Dexter, Mich., position of 73 

Diablo station, California, description and 

position of 142 

Divide station, Montana, description and 

position of _ 124 

Dixonville, N. C, position of 41 

Dome station, California, description and 

position of 145 

Double station, California, description 

and position of 147 

Douges Grove, Wis., position of 76 



[NDEX. 



159 



Page. 

Douglas, Nebr . , position of 81 

Dudley, N. C, position of 40 

Durham station, Montana, description 

and position of 125 

E. 

Eagle Rock, N. C. position of 42 

East Base station, Montana, description 

and position of 108-11 19 

East Base station, Wyoming, description 

and position of 84 

Ebensburg station, Pennsylvania, descrip- 
tion and position of 27 

Edgerton, Ohio, position of 49 

El Capitan station, Montana, description 

and position of. 117-118 

Elk station, Montana, description and po- 
tion of 125 

Ellicott City, Md., position of 36 

Ellis, J. R., work of 46,53 

Elm, Mich., position of 75 

El Paso station, California, description 

and position of 145 

Epworth, 111., position of 72 

Erie Railroad, positions along, in Ohio. . . 59 

Espy ville, Ohio, position of 54 

Eureka, N. C, position of 40 

Evansville, Ind., position of 73 

Evansville and Terre Haute Railroad, po- 
sitions along 71 

Excello, Mo., position of 77 

F. 

Fairoaks, Cal. , position of 153 

Fair vie w , Ohio, position of 61 

Fairview station, Montana, description 

and position of 109-110 

Faro, N. O, position of 40 

Fayette-Madison county line, Ohio, posi- 
tion of 61,62 

Fayette-Pickaway county line, Ohio po- 
sition of stone monument on 61 

Fenby, Md., position of 3(5 

Fike station, New York, description and 

position of 20 

Findlay, Ohio, position of 52, 57 

Findlay, Fort Wayne and Western Rail- 
way, positions along 50-52 

Finksburg, Md. , position of 37 

Fish station, New York, description and 

position of .. 15 

Flat River, N. C, position of 39 

Flattop station, Montana, description and 

position of 125 

Flint, Ohio, position of. 65 

Florence station, California, description 

and position of 151 

Foraker , Ohio, position of 59 

For est ville, N. C, position of 39 

Fort Atkinson, Iowa, position of 79 

Fort Branch, Ind., position of 71 

Fort Steele, astronomic station, Wyom- 
ing, description and position of. . . 85 

Fox Point, Wis., position of 76 

Franklin, Ala., position of 70 

Frederick, Md., position of 36 

Fye station, Pennsylvania, description 

and position of 27 



Page. 
G. 

Galbreath station, Montana, description 

and position of 126 

Gamer station, Montana, description and 

position of no 

Gannett, S. S., work of 98 

Garner, N. C, position of. 39 

Gehanna, Ohio, position of 59 

Genoa, N. C, position of 40 

George station, Wyoming, description 

and position of 96 

Georgesville, Ohio, position of 53 

Gila station, Arizona, description and po- 
sition of 132 

Gilboa, Ohio, position of 52 

Gildart station, Montana, description and 

position of 103 

Girard station, Pennsylvania, description 

and position of 30-31 

Glandorf , Ohio, position of 52 

Glenelg, Md., position of 36 

Glen Falls, Md., position of 37 

Glen Morris, Md. , position of 37 

Glenwood, Md., position of 36 

Globe, Ariz., positions of points in vicin- 
ity of . 130 

Glyndon, Md. , position of 37 

G. N. station, Montana, description and 

position of 103-104 

Goldhill, Ala., position of 69 

Good water, Ala., position of H9 

Gordon station, Montana, description and 

position of 114 

Government station, California, descrip- 
tion and position of 144 

Graham station, Arizona, description and 

position of 132 

Grand Trunk Railway, positions along, 

in Michigan 74 

Gray ville, 111., position of 72 

Green Spring, Ohio, position of (16 

Greenwich, Ohio, position of 1'.'. I"> 

Greenwood, Nebr., position of 82 

Grennville station, Wyoming, descrip- 
tion and position of 85 

Groverhill, Ohio, position of 51 

Gurdon, Ark., position of 80 

Gurley, Ohio, position of 54 

Guthrie station, Arizona, description and 

position of 133 

H. 

Hagler, Ohio, position of (>2 

Halm station, Colorado, description and 

position of 92 

Half Dome station, Montana, descript ion 

and position of 12<> 

Halls Cross Roads. N . ( '. , p< >sit ion of . . .". . 38 

Hamburg, Mich., position of 74 

Hamilton station, New York, description 

and position of Hi 

Hannibal, Mo., position of 78 

Hannibal and St. Joe Railroad, positions 

along 77 . 78 

Harrod, Ohio, position of 59 

Haubstadt, Ind., position of 71 

Ha velock, Nebr. , position of 82 



160 



INDEX. 



Page. 

Havens Corners, Ohio, position of 59 

Haviland, Ohio, position of 51 

Hawkins. G. T., work of - — - 46,68 

70.73,75,76,78,80 

Hayesville, Ohio, position of 44 

Hazelton, Ind., position of 71 

Heavens station, Montana, description 

and position of - .- 104 

Hereford, Ohio, position of 43 

Hessville, Ohio, position of <*6 

Hickman, Nebr., position of 81, 82 

High Sharp station, Colorado, description 

and position of ... .1 92 

Hilger station, Montana, description and 

position of 110-111 

Holland, Ohio, position of - 46 

Holland station, Montana, description 

and position of .- II* H ; > 

Hollins, Ala., position of 69 

Homer, Ohio, position of 43 

Homestead, Cal., position of 153 

Honnold station, Wyoming, description 

and position of - 86 

Hoskins, Ohio, posi tion of 53 

Hunnewell, Mo. , position of 77 

Huntington, Mo., position of 78 

Hunts Cross Eoads, N. C, position of .. .. 38 
I. 

Illinois, positions of points in 71,72 

Indiana, positions of points in 71,72,73 

Inglefield, Ind . position of.. 71 

Iowa, positions of points in 78-79 

Iowa-Minnesota State line, positions 

along - 79 

Iron Mountain Railway, positions along . 80 
Iron station, New York, description and 

position of 12 

J. 

Jackson Junction, Iowa, position of 79 

Jacksons Gap, Ala., position of 69 

Jacksonville, Mo., position of 77 

Jamaica, Nebr., position of 82 

Jasper Mills, Ohio, position of 61 

Johannesburg station. California, descrip- 
tion and position of 145 

Johnstown, N. Y.. meridian marks at 26 

Johnstown, Ohio, position of ill 

Jones, O., work of.. 3s 

K. 
Kamas station, Montana, description and 

position of 115 

Keen, 111., position of 72 

Kelly ton, Ala., position of 69 

Kempton, Ohio, position of 59 

Kenton, Ohio, position of 56 

Kephart station, Pennsylvania, descrip- 
tion and position of 31 

Kephart Tree station, Pennsylvania, de- 
scription and position of 31 

Kildare station, New York, description 

and position of.. _ 13 

King, Ind., position of 71 

Kirkpa trick, Ohio, position of 64 

Kirksville, Mo., position of 76 

Kyler station, Pennsylvania, description 

and position of 32 



Page. 

L. 

Lakef ork, Ohio, position of 44 

Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Rail- 
way, positions along _ _ 46-49 

Lakeshore Junction, Wis., position of 76 

Landslide station, Montana, description 

and position of 127 

Laplata, Mo., position of __ 76 

Laurel station, California, description 

and position of 145 

Leal station, California, description and 

position of 139-140 

Leesburg, Ohio, position of 61 

Lenox station, Montana, description and 

position of 110 

Lentner, Mo., position of 77 

Leonardsburg, Ohio, position of 65 

Liberty. Md., position of 36 

Lilly Chapel, Oh io, position of 53 

Lima, Ohio, position of 59 

Lincoln, Nebr., position of 82 

Lincoln station, Montana, description and 

position of J27 

Line station, New Mexico, description and 

position of 136-137 

Little Blue station, New York, descrip- 
tion and position of 20 

Little River, North Carolina, position of 

bridge over 40 

Livermore station, California, descrip- 
tion and position of 110 

Loachapoka, Ala., position of 70 

Lodi. Ohio, position of 43 

Lone Pine station. California, description 

and position of 140 

Lorton, Nebr., position of 81 

Loubgert Creek, Ohio, position of 53 

Louisville, Nebr., position of 82 

Louisville and Nashville Railroad, posi 

tions along 72-73 

Luray , Ohio, position of 62 

M. 
McCarthy station, New York, description 

and position of.. 21 

McCormick station, Wyoming, descrip- 
tion and position of 97 

McCutchenville, Ohio, position of 54 

McDonald station, Montana, description 

and position of 115-116 

McDowell station, Pennsylvania, descrip- 
tion and position of 32 

McGill, Ohio, position of 50 

McGuff ey , Ohio, position of 59 

McKinney station, Wyoming, description 

and position of. 95 

McLeod station, Montana, description 

and position of 116 

McNair, E. L.. 12,36,42 

Macon, Mo., position of 77 

Madison and Union counties, Ohio, posi- 
tion of stone monument between . 53 

Mahew, Cal. , position of 153 

Mansfield, Ohio, position of _ 43 

Marion, Ohio, position of 64 

Marion-Morrow county line, Ohio, posi- 
tion of 64 

Maryland, positions of points in 36-37 



INDEX. 



161 



Page. 
Maryland-Pennsylvania boundary line, 

positions along 37 

Maturango station, California, position 

of 144 

Maumee, 111., position of 72 

Mays Cross Roads, N. C, position of 39 

Medicine Bow station, Wyoming, descrip- 
tion and position of. 80 

Mequon, Wis., position of 76 

Michigan, positions of points in 73-75 

Michigan Central Railroad, positions 

along - 73 

Milepost 145, Colorado- Wyoming State 

line, description and position of . _ 93 
Milepost 163, Colorado- Wyoming State 

line, description and position of . . 93 
Milk River station, Montana, description 

and position of 127 

Millard, Mo., position of 76 

Millbrook, N. C, position of 39 

Millbrook, Ohio, position of 44 

Mill Creek station, New York, descrip- 
tion and position of 25-26 

Miller station, Montana, description and 

position of . 116-117 

Mills, Cal., position of 153 

Milstead, Ala. , position of 70 

Milwaukee, Wis., position of 76 

Missouri, positions of points in 76-78 

Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway, 

positions along 78 

Missouri Pacific Railway, positions along. 81 
Mitchell station, Montana, description 

and position of 111 -112 

Mocho station, California, description and 

position of 143-144 

Moffits, Ohio, position of 5.3 

Mogollon station, New Mexico, descrip- 
tion and position of 137-138 

Monroe, Mo., position of 77 

Monroeville, Ohio, position of 67 

Montana, descriptions of triangulation 

stations in 98-129 

Montgomery, Ala., position of 70 

Monture station, Montana, description 

and position of 99 

Moosehead station, New York, descrip- 
tion and position of 21 

Morenci station, Arizona, description and 

position of 133 

Morgan Run, Md., position of 36 

Morrisdale station, Pennsylvania, descrip- 
tion and position of 33 

Moses station, California, description and 

position of 152 

Moss station, Montana, description and 

position of 104-105 

Mount Carmel, 111., position of 71 

Mount Helena station, Montana, descrip- 
tion and position of 112 

Mount Meigs, Ala., position of.- 70 

Mount Steele station, Wyoming, descrip- 
tion and position of 86-87 

Mount Sterling, Ohio, position of . . •">:{. 61, 62 

Mount Vernon, Ind., position of 72 

Murfreesboro, Ark., position of. 80 

Bull. 201—02 11 



Page. 

N. 

Nashville, N. O, position of 38 

Natanes station, Ai'izona, description and 

position of 139-131 

Nebraska, positions of points in 80-82 

Nebraska City, Nebr., position of 81 

Needle station, Wyoming, description 

and position of 87 

Neeper station, Pennsylvania, description 

and position of 33 

Neuse, N. C, position of 39 

Neuse River, North Carolina, position of _ 39 
Nevada station, Montana, description and 

position of 100 

New Holland, Ohio, position of 61 

New Hudson, Mich., position of 74 

New Mexico, descriptions of triangula- 
tion stations in 135-138 

New York, descriptions of triangulation 

stations in 1 2-26 

Nierny station, New York, description 

and position of 21-22 

North Base station, Montana, description 

and position of.. 118 

North Carolina, positions of points in 38-42 

North East station, Arizona, description 

and position of 130 

North Howell, Ind., position of 72 

Norwalk, Ohio, position of 67 

Norwood station, New York, description 

and position of 22 

Notasidga, Ala., position of 70 

Novi, Mich., position of 75 

O. 

Oak, Mich., position of 75 

Oak Harbor, Ohio, position of 66 

Oak Hill station, New York, description 

and position of 19 

Observation station, Montana, description 

and position of - - 128 

Odell station, California, description and 

position of __ 150 

Ohio, positions of points in 42-68 

Ohio-Indiana State line, positions along.. 49-50 

Ohio-Michigan State line, position of 57 

Okolona, Ark., position of 80 

Olancha station, California, description 

and position of 1-4, 150 

Old Sparta, N.C., position of . v .... 41 

Old Town station, California, description 

and position of 117 148 

Old Yankeetown, Ohio, position of 61 

Omaha Junction, Nebr., position of 82 

Opelika, Ala., position of 70 

Ormondsville, N.C., position of 41 

Ossian, Iowa, position of 79 

Ottawa, Ohio, position of 52 

Owens station. California, description and 

position of 148 

P. 
Pacific section of topography, detailed re- 
port of work of 138 155 

summary of published results in 11 

Pah Ute station, California, description 

and position of 148 



162 



INDEX. 



Page. 

Paint Creek, Ohio, position of bridge over _ 62 
Pajuela station, California, description 

and position of 149 

Panama, Nebr. , position of 81 

Panther station, New York, description 

and position of 22-23 

Pardee station, Pennsylvania, descrip- 
tion and position of . 33-34 

Parkdale, Ala., position of 69 

Patapsco, Md., position of 37 

Patoka, Ind., position of 71 

Patterson station, Pennsylvania, descrip- 
tion and position of 34 

Patuxent River, Maryland, position of 

middle branch of 36 

Pelham station, Wyoming, description 

and position of 8"3 -88 

Pennsylvania, descriptions of triangula- 

tion stations in 26-35 

Pennsylvania-Maryland boundary line, 

positions along. 37 

Pentagon station, Montana, description 

and position of 112 

Pere Marquette Railroad, positions along, 75 

Perkins, Cab, position of 153 

Perkins, E. T., work of - L46 

Petersburg, Ohio, position of 44 

Pickaway and Fayette counties, Qhio, 

position of road on line o" (il 

Pikeville, N. C position of 40 

Pima Church station, Arizona, d sscrip- 

tion and position of 133 

Pinckney , Mich. , position of 74 

Pinelevel, N. C, position of 40 

Pinnacle station, New York, description 

and position of 13 

Piano, Ohio, position of . . * > I 

Platte station, Wyoming, description and 

position of 88 

Pleasant Grove, Ohi< >, p< >siti< »n of . . (il 

Pleasant station, New Mexico, descrip- 
tion and position of 138 

Plymouth, Mich., position of 75 

Polk, Ohio, position of _ 44 

Port Washington, Wis., position of 76 

Post, W. S., work of 93 

Postville, Iowa, position of _ _ 79 

Potsdam Presbyterian Church station. 
New York, description and posi 

tionof. 23 

Prairie Dog station. Wyoming, desi rip- 

tion and position of 97 

Princeton, Ind, position of 71 

Princeton, N . C. , position of 40 

Prospect, Ohio, position of 53 

Q- 

Qiiigg station, Montana, description and 

position of 106-107 

R. 

Raleigh, N. C, position of 39 

Randsburg mining district, descriptions 

and positions of stations in 144-146 

Range, Ohio, position of - 62 

Rawlins station, Wyoming, description 

and position of 88 



Page. 
Red station, California, description and 

position of : 146 

Rensselaer, Mo., position of - 78 

Rich wood, Ohio, position of 53 

; Ridge Spring, N. C, position of 41 

Ridgeville, Ohio, position of 58 

Ridge way, Iowa, position of 79 

Riverside station, Wyoming, description 

and position of 88-89 

Roads station, New York, description and 

position of 25 

Robertson station, Montana, description 

and position of 128 

Rocky station, Montana, description and 

position of „ 128-129 

Rocky Mountain section of topog- 
raphy, detailed report of work 

of 83-138 

summary of published results in 11 

Rogers station, New York, description 

and position of 23 

Rome, Ohio, position of _ _ 60 

Rose, N. C, position of 40 

Roselmo, Ohio, position of 51 

Roseville, Cal., position of 155 

Ross. Ala., position of 69 

Ross-Pickaway comity line, Ohio, posi- 
tion of - 61 

Rumley . Ohio, position of 43 

Rushton. Mich., position of 74 

S. 

Sacandaga station, New York, descrip- 
tion and position of 13 

Sacramento, Cal., position of.. 153,154 

Sage station, Wyoming, description and 

position of 89 

st. James, Ind., position of 71 

St. Mary station, Montana, description 

and position of 118-119 

st. Mary station, Wyoming, description 

and position of 89 

St. Phillips, Ind., position of 72 

Sandusky River, Ohio, position of 54 

Saratoga station, Wyoming, description 

and position of 90 

Scapegoat station, Montana, description 

and position of 113 

Schrodts, 111., position of 72 

Scio. Mich., position of. 73 

Scratchgravel station, Montana, descrip 

tion and position of 113 

Seaboard Air Line Railway, positions 

along - 39 

Secho station, New Mexico, description 

and position of 137 

Sedalia, Ohio, position of 62 

Selma, N. C, position of 40 

Shannon station, Arizona, description 

and position of 134 

Sharp station, Wyoming, description and 

position of 90 

Shelbina, Mo., position of 77 

Shell station, Wyoming, description and 

position of 95 

Shenandoah, Ohio, position of 43 



INDEX. 



1(33 



Page. 
Sherbine station, Pennsylvania." descrip- 
tion and position of 28 

Shore Rice, Ohio, position of 68 

Shorter, Ala., position of 70 

! iding, Ala., position of 69 

Sierra Forest Reserve, descriptions and 

positions of stations in 146-152 

Silvertip station, Montana, description 

and position of 100 

Siyeh station, Montana, description and 

position of 129 

Snellton, Ark. , position of 80 

Snowhill, N. O, position of 41 

Soledad station, California, description 

and position of 119 

Soudan, Cal. , position of 153 

South Amherst, Ohio, position of 08 

South Base station, Montana, description 

and position of 119 

Southbend, Nebr., position of 82 

South Condit, Ohio, position of 60 

Southern Railway, positions along - , in 

North Carolina 39-40 

South Lynn, Mich., position of 74 

South Rocky mount, N. C, position of _ . . 38 
Spangle station, Pennsylvania, descrip- 
tion and position of 34-o5 

Speculator station, New York, descrip- 
tion and position of 16 

Stagers, Ind., position of 71* 

Stark, Mich. , position of 75 

Stark station, New York, description and 

position of 24 

Stimpson station, Montana, description 

and position of . - . 105 

Stonewall station, Montana, description 

and position of 101 

Stratford station, New York, description 

and position of 13 

Stryker, Ohio, position of 48 

Sturdevant, Ala., position of 69 

Sugar Creek, Ohio, position of 61 

Sullivan, Ohio, position of 43, 44 

Sunbury , Ohio, position of 60 

Sunday station, California, description 

and position of-.. 149 150 

Sunol station, California, description and 

position of 141 

Sunset station, Arizona, description and 

position of 134 

Swan station, Montana, description and 

position of 105-106 

Swanton, Ohio, position of 47 

Swope station, Pennsylvania, description 

and position of . - 28 

Sylacauga, Ala., position of 69 

T. 

Talbot, N. C, position of 42 

Tallapoosa bridge, Alabama, position of. 69 

Tannery, Md., position of 37 

Tar River, N. O, position of 38 

Tatum, S., work of. 38.42 

Tecumseh, Mich., position of 73 

Telescope station, California, position of 144 
Thomas station, Pennsylvania, descrip- 
tion and position of 28 29 



Page. 

Thompson. A. H., work of 98 

Three Corners, Cal., position of 15 5, 154, 155 

Three Point station, Wyoming, descrip- 

tionand position of 90 

Tipton, Ohio, position of 51 

Toledo. Ohio, position of 46 

Tomany station, New York, description 

and position of 16-17 

Townsend, Ohio, position of 45, 67 

Trammels, Ala., position of 69 

Trenouth station, California, description 

and position of 141 

Triadelphia, Md., position of 36 

Triplets station, Arizona, description and 

position of 134-135 

Turnbull station, Arizona, description 

and position of 135 

Tweedy, Frank, work of 83,93 

Twin Lake No. 1 station, New York, de- 
scription and position of 17 

Twin Lake No. 2 station, New York, de- 
scription and position of 17-18 

U. 

Ulao, Wis., position of 76 

Union Pacific Railroad, positions on, in 

Nebraska 82 

Upton, Ind., position of 72 

Urquhart.C. F., work of 138,146,152 

Y. 

Yanlue, Ohio, position of 55.56 

Vincennes, Ind. , position of 71 

Vulture station, Montana, description 

and position of 106 

AS*. 

Wabash Railroad, positions along 76-77 

Wakeman, Ohio, position of _ - 68 

Walls station, Pennsylvania, description 

and position of 35 

Ward (1) station, Montana, description 

and position of 119-120 

Ward (2) station, Montana, description 

and position of 120 

Washington Court-House, Ohio, position 

of 61 

Waterloo, Ohio, position of 61 

Watkins, Ohio, position of 53 

Wauseon, Ohio, position of 47 

Waverly , Ala. , position of 69 

Waverly , Nebr., position of 82 

Weils, N. (.'.. position of 40 

Wellington, Ohio, position of 45 

Wess station, Pennsylvania, description 

and position of 29 

West Base station. Montana, description 

and position of 109 

West Base station, Wyoming, description 

and position of 90-91 

West Creek No. 1 station, New York, de 

scription and position of 18 

West Creek No. 2 station, New York, de- 
scription and position of is 

West Detroit, Mich., position of 75 



164 



INDEX. 



Page. 
"Western Maryland Railroad, positions 

along 37 

"Western Railway of Alabama, positions 

along TO 

"Westfield, Ohio, position of 64 

"Westminster, Md., position of 37 

"Westminster, Ohio, position of 59 

Wheeler station, New York, description 

and position of 24 

Whitefish Bay, Wis. , position of 76 

Whitehead station, Colorado, description 

and position of 92 

White Hill station, New York, descrip- 
tion and position of 24-25 

Whiteridge station, Montana, description 

and position of . - 114 

Whitmore, Mich. , position of 74 

Whitney station, California, description 

and position of - 150 

Whitneys,N.C, position of 40 



Page. 
Wiedeman station, California, description 

and position of 143 

Willow station, Montana, description and 

position of 120-121 

Wilson, N.C.. position of 41 

Wilson Mills, N. C. , position of 39 

Winsor.T.,workof 130 

Wisconsin, positions of points in... 75-76 

Woodland, Ohio, position of 53 

Worthington, Ohio, position of 53, 65 

Wrightsville, Ohio, position of 53 

Wyatt , N . C. , position of 39 

Wyoming, descriptions of triangulation 

stations in 83-91,9:5-97 



Zirkel station, Colorado, description and 

pi >siti( >n of 

Zuber, Ala., position of 



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179. Survey of boundary line between Idaho and Montana from international boundary to crest 
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Wilson, J. H. Renshawe, E. M. Douglas, and R. U. Goode. 1901. 240 pp., 1 map. 

183. Gazetteer of Porto Rico, by Henry Gannett. 1901. 51 pp. 

185. Results of spirit leveling, fiscal year 1900- , 01, by H. M. Wilson, J. H. Renshawe, E. M. 
Douglas, and R. U. Goode. 1901. 219 pp. 

187. Geographic dictionary of Alaska, by Marcus Baker. 1901. 446 pp. 

190. Gazetteer of Texas, by Henry Gannett. 1902. 162 pp., 8 pis. 

192. Gazetteer of Cuba, by Henry Gannett. 1902. 113 pp., 8 pis. 

194. Northwest boundary of Texas, by Marcus Baker. 1902. 51 pp., 1 pi. 

196. Topographic development of the Klamath Mountains, by J. S. Diller. 1902. 69 pp., 13 pis. 

197. The origin of certain place names in the United States, by Henry Gannett. 1902. 280 pp. 
201. Results of primary triangulation and primary travei'se, fiscal year 1901- , 02, by H. M. Wil- 
son, J. H. Renshawe, E. M. Douglas, and R. U. Goode. 1902. 164 pp., 1 pi. 

Correspondence should be addressed to 

The Director, 

United States Geological Survey, 

Washington, D. C. 



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United States. Department of the interior. (U. S. geological 
survey.) 

Bulletin No. 201 Series F. Geography, 33 | Department of 
the interior | United States geoogical survey | Charles D. 
Walcott, director | — | Results | of | primary triangulation and 
primary traverse | fiscal year 1901-02 | by | H. M. Wilson. J. H. 
Renshawe, E. M. Douglas, and R. U. Goode | [Vignette] | 

Washington | government printing office | 1902 

8°. 164 pp., 1 pi. 



Wilson (H. M.), Renshawe (J. H.). Douglas (E. M.),and Goode 
(R.U.). 

Bulletin No. 201 Series F, Geography, 33 | Department of 
the interior | United States geological survey | Charles D. 
Walcott, director | — | Results | of | primary triangulation and 
primary traverse | fiscal year 1901-02 | by | H. M. Wilson, J. H. 
Renshawe, E. M. Douglas, and R. U. Goode | [Vignette] | 

Washington | government printing office | 1902 

8°. 164 pp., 1 pi. 

[United States. Department of the interior. ( U. S. geological survey.) 
Bulletin 201.] 



Bulletin No. 201 Series F, Geography. 33 | Department of 
the interior | United States geological survey | Charles D. 
Walcott, director | — | Results | of | primary triangulation and 
primary traverse | fiscal year 1901-02 | by | H. M. Wilson, J. H. 
Renshawe, E. M. Douglas, and R. U. Goode | [Vignette] | 

Washington | government printing office | 1902 

8°. 164 pp., 1 pi. 

[United States. Department, uj ine interior. (U.S. geological survey.) 
Bulletin 301.] 

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