Boundaries : how the Mason-Dixon line settled a family feud & divided a nation

Traces the history of the Mason-Dixon Line as reflected by family feuds, exploration, scientific advancement and the cultural conflicts between America's northern and southern states.

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Main Author: Walker, Sally M.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Somerville, Mass. : Candlewick Press, 2014.
Edition:1st ed., reinforced trade ed.
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245 1 0 |a Boundaries :  |b how the Mason-Dixon line settled a family feud & divided a nation  |c Sally M. Walker 
250 |a 1st ed., reinforced trade ed. 
260 |a Somerville, Mass. :  |b Candlewick Press,  |c 2014. 
300 |a 202 p. :  |b ill., maps. ;  |c 27 cm. 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references and index. 
500 |a "Reinforced trade edition"--P. [3] of cover. 
500 |a A Junior Library Guild Selection. 
520 |a Traces the history of the Mason-Dixon Line as reflected by family feuds, exploration, scientific advancement and the cultural conflicts between America's northern and southern states. 
505 0 0 |t Old-World prejudice, New-world dreams --  |t Maryland's shores --  |t Convictions and conscience --  |t The seed of a nation --  |t Whose land? --  |t Stars in their eyes --  |t Surveyors to the rescue --  |t Tackling the impossible --  |t The west line --  |t Continuing west --  |t Dangerous territory --  |t Freedom's boundary --  |t Time's boundary. 
541 0 |c Transfer;  |a from Rights and Reproductions;  |d 4/10/2014 
590 |a HSP credit line: Manuscript, An Account of Cash Paid by us for the use of the Right Honorable Lord Baltimore (entry for November 15, 1763), (DAMS #10983), Chew Family Papers (collection 2050; box 20, folder 20), page 67. -- Final Agreement dated August 27, 1768, PA/MD Boundary Dispute, Accounts, Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon (1763-1768), (DAMS #10983), Chew Family Papers (collection 2050; box 20, folder 20), page 156. --Letter, Mason and Dixon to Benjamin Chew, August 25, 1767, PA/MD Boundary Dispute, Correspondence, Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon to Benjamin Chew (1765-1767) (DAMS #10984), Chew Family Papers (collection 2050; box 26, folder 3), page 139. --Entry for November 24-28, 1764, PA/MD Boundary Dispute, Accounts, Account Book of the Commissioners (1764-1766) (DAMS #10985), Chew Family Papers (collection 2050; box 19, folder 1), page 104-5. --Entry for September 7-12, 1767 ,PA/MD Boundary Dispute, Accounts, Account Book of the Commissioners (1767-1768) (DAMS #10986), Chew Family Papers (collection 2050; box 19, folder 2), page 142-3. -- Photograph, The "Christiana Riot" House (DAMS #2622), HSP Photograph collection (V59; box 84, folder 3), page 164. 
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651 0 |a Pennsylvania  |x Boundaries  |z Maryland  |v Juvenile literature. 
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