State Library of Victoria
All fossils referred to are in the National Museum, either originals or copies; so too are the photographs. Handwriting by both Daintree and C.S. Wilkinson, (assistant to Daintree)
New York State Archives
The series consists of field books created by James Frost from 1811 to 1838 as he surveyed lands for individuals to help settle disputes over property boundaries or for appraisal. Frost was also hired periodically by New York State and worked under the direction of the State Surveyor General, for similar purposes
New York State Archives
These are notes taken by civil engineers and others employed by the Canal Commissioners and Canal Board. The volumes are divided into three subseries -- Subseries 1, Field Notes (vols. 1-11) provide the surveyor's working record of information recorded during a survey. Information includes tables of benchmarks and levels along the canal; measurements of tow path embankments for widening tow paths; pencil sketches of maps of canal route; measurements of locks, walls, and bridges; measurements of stone, timber, and iron used, on hand, or needed at various locks, bridges, and aqueducts (usually length, breadth, and depth of locks); diagrams and measurements for painting bridges
New York State Archives
The series consists of field books (1927-1959) and engineer's diaries (1931-1941) of land surveys and contract work on the Syracuse Psychopathic Hospital, Newark State School and Hospital, Syracuse State Forestry College, the Oneida Fish Hatchery, and for various colonies of the Syracuse State School
New York State Archives
The series consists of records of the commission's proceedings and activities. Three volumes contain the following: a "Level Book" of field notes on the New York and New Jersey Boundary Survey (spring 1882) signed by the commissioners; one volume containing the Description of Monuments on the New York and New Jersey Boundary, and Instructions to the Chief Civil Engineers from the Commission (March 21, 1883); and one volume containing a possible copy of information found in the second volume, the 1883 settlement, a special report on the Terminal Monument at the Junction of the Delaware and Nevesink Rivers (June 1885), and a Diary of Operations in the Field (1881-1882) by H.W. Clarke, Surveyor for the State of New York
New York State Archives
The field books provide information on the construction and maintenance of the canals
New York State Archives
This series consists of ten field books documenting surveys for proposed state roads that were compiled by the Surveyor General's Office. Two of the field books contain survey data on a state road from Lake Erie to the Hudson River that proposed and surveyed but never built. It is unknown whether the other field books refer to any roads that were actually built. The notes very occasionally include brief descriptions of soil conditions, terrain, and establishments on route
Library of Virginia
These volumes contain no dates, names, or locations by which they can be identified
Library of Virginia
These records contain field notes taken from Riffle's Run in Randolph County to the north fork of Greenbrier River Pocahontas County, for a proposed turnpike road

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