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Maryland Geological Survey, Volume 1, 1897
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fence and 34 paces west of east fence at a point where stands a small willow
tree. Site appears to be free from any artificial disturbing influence.
[The above hotel is now known as Eagle Hotel.]

33. BELCAMP, HARFORD COUNTY.—On the farm belonging to Mr. Jamea
Walsh and occupied at present by Mr. E. J. Cottle, about 400 feet back of
railroad station, 34 paces west of first locust tree, 25 paces south of wild
cherry tree and 29 paces west of hay crib blown down by storm.

13. BERLIN, WORCESTER COUNTY.—In the northwest corner of Buckingham
High School grounds; 61.2 feet from the northwest corner of the frame
building and 21.8 feet (at right angles) from the fence in the rear of

4. BRANDYWINE, PRINCE GEORGE COUNTY.—In the woods about 100 yards
east of railroad station. Dip only observed. Soil, sandy.

37. CARDIFF, HARFORD COUNTY.—In the open lot about 100 yards southeast
of railroad station; 32 paces from the white wooden fence and 8 paces from
fence near road. [In 1897 additional stations were obtained in Cardiff and
vicinity. Marked local disturbances were encountered.]

8. CENTREVILLE, QUEEN ANNE COUNTY.—In the grounds of the Centreville
Academy for boys, about one eighth of a mile east of court house; 62 feet
south of south corner of Academy and 44 feet west of young sycamore
tree. Soil, sand and clay.

19. COCKEYSVILLE, BALTIMORE COUNTY.—On Mr. Cockey's property, a large,
open lot on right of road near stone bridge. Station is about 500 feet west
of road and 25 feet east of a clump of three willow trees.

43. CRISFIELD, SOMERSET COUNTY.—In the large, open lot west of the
Acaclemy on 12th and ————— Street; 60 paces from southwest corner of
Academy (a frame building) in a line with rear side of Academy.

35. CRESWELL, HARFORD COUNTY..—About half-way between Creswell and
Fountain Green on the road to Belair, about one-sixth of a mile from
Winchester crossing, on a small triangular plat opposite Mr. W. H". Michael's
place; about four miles from Belair.

23. CUMBERLAND, ALLEGANY COUNTY.—In the large, open area on Camp
Hill, north of Rose Hill Cemetery and south of Willis Creek. To find sta-
tion, go 75 paces along the north iron fence of cemetery, starting from
northeast corner, then 75 paces at right angles towards Willis Creek.
According to town map, this area is subdivided into lots and streets, but
no sign of the latter on the ground at present. Station may have been
between Sedgewick and Niagara Streets. According to the map it is about
4667 feet due Avest of middle point of Decatur Street, on which Mosman's
astronomical and magnetic stations of 1864 were located. Station is also
about 2744 feet west of court house and about 1280 feet north, and may
possibly be over a cement mine. Site was selected in the absence of the
County Surveyor by Thomas L. Patterson.

41. DAMASCUS, MONTGOMERY COUNTY.—On Dr. Lansdale's lot, 18 paces from
west corner and 42 paces from small house at east corner.


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