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HISTORY OF THE BOUNDARY CONTROVERSY
THE MASON AND DIXON SURVEYS
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APPENDIX C—(continued Arc Stone badly chipped Board of Natural boundary between Maryland Boundary markers boundary of Maryland buried Cape Henlopen Castle Circle Coast and Geodetic coats of arms Commissioners corner of Maryland crownstone in place Delaware River Dixon crownstone Dixon marker Dixon Mile east east-west line excellent condition fair condition Geodetic Survey Graham in 1849 Historical Society Intersection Stone Jeremiah Dixon Lettering clear line between Maryland Lord Baltimore Maryland and Delaware Maryland and Pennsylvania Maryland side Maryland-Delaware boundaries Maryland-Pennsylvania boundary Mason & Dixon Mason and Dixon Middle Point monument first set monument in place monument in solid monument set mound of stones Natural Resources North Line north-south line northeast corner Notes on Restoration Numbers Original crownstone Original Mason Original milestone Original monument Penn plumb Province of Maryland Resurvey Sideling Hill solid foundation southwest surface Tangent Line Tangent Point Transpeninsular Line Trussell U. S. Coast Upright and firmly West Line