News-Antique.com - Feb 01,2010 - This handwritten land survey contains detailed notes of the exact layout of the land, as well as a crisply penned survey map of the tract of land.
In addition to Washington's signature on the front, the document also bears a docket on the reverse in Washington's more familiar later hand "Surveyor's fee not paid to Go; Washington"
While handwritten Washington surveys, which provide such an evocative and immediate window into the great statesman's early career, are uncommon, examples of this extremely early date (March 23, 1750-51) are of the greatest scarcity.
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