Beginning in the Center of the Salisbury Road Now Commonly Called the Charleston Road 13 1/2 Feet From A Stone Set up at This [time] the Point of Beginning Being 15 1/2 Feet From A Marked Hickory and 28 Feet From A Red Oak, the Corner Stone Is Marked on the North Side "N.C.", on the South Side "S.C." and on the West Side "1813"

Beginning in the Center of the Salisbury Road Now Commonly Called the Charleston Road 13 1/2 Feet From A Stone Set up at This [time] the Point of Beginning Being 15 1/2 Feet From A Marked Hickory and 28 Feet From A Red Oak, the Corner Stone Is Marked on the North Side "N.C.", on the South Side "S.C." and on the West Side "1813"

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Photocopy of a manuscript map printed in 1929, showing a portion of the border between North and South Carolina. It also shows drainage, landmarks, farm units and roads.
Publisher: [United States] : [publisher not identified], [between 1900-1999]
Branch Call Number: 975.6 B394map
Characteristics: 1 map : photocopy, manuscript ; 93 x 36 cm

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