CHAINING THE LAND: A HISTORY OF SURVEYING IN CALIFORNIA. Francois D. Uzes.
CHAINING THE LAND: A HISTORY OF SURVEYING IN CALIFORNIA

CHAINING THE LAND: A HISTORY OF SURVEYING IN CALIFORNIA.

  • Sacramento, CA: Landmark Enterprises, (1977).
  • 8vo.
  • quarter paper-covered boards, cloth, dust jacket
  • (xviii), 315 pages

Price: $150.00  other currencies

Order Nr. 103931

Second edition. Francois D. Uzes began his surveying career in Califiornia in 1954. As head of the Boundry Determination Unit, he was responsible for inventorying, surveying, mapping and determining the boundaries of four and a half million acres of state-owned land. He was also a collector of old surveying books and maps. Contains appendices and an index, and black-and-white illustrations throughout. Minor rubbing and soiling at extremities of dust jacket, with small tears and creases at the head.