A Manual Of Land Surveying
by F. Hodgman
Publisher: F. Hodgman Co. 1907
Number of pages: 584
This addition to the already numerous treatises on land surveying was caused by the demand of the surveyors of Michigan for a treatise which would deal with the practical questions which meet the surveyor in his every day work in the field.
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