The Mason–Dixon line, also called Mason's and Dixon's line, was surveyed
between 1763 and 1767 by Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon in the resolution
The Mason-Dixon Line became widely known as the symbolic divider between
the Northern and Southern states during America's Civil War; in short, it divided ...
Everything you ever wanted to know about the Mason-Dixon Line, dividing the
north from the south.
The Mason-Dixon Line (or "Mason and Dixon's Line") was surveyed between
1763 and 1767 by Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon in the resolution of a ...
In the southwest corner of the state, near Mount Morris, there is a monument that
reads: "MASON-DIXON LINE. Made famous as line between free and slave ...
Jan 28, 2011 ... The five most widely used borders are the Rappahannock River, the Potomac
River, the Ohio River, the Mason-Dixon Line, and U.S. Route 40.
On Saturday May 21, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. the Mason and Dixon Line Preservation
Partnership will unveil a new Crownstone at Mile 40 on the Mason and Dixon ...
You Found It! An original 1861 map Showing the Mason Dixon Line.
Mason-Dixon Line, boundary between Pennsylvania and Maryland (running
between lat. 39°43−26.3”N and lat. 39°43−17.6”N), surveyed by the English team
Originally the Mason-Dixon Survey, completed in 1767 during the English
Colonial Period, established an exact boundary between the lands of William