in Wisconsin History
The surveyor that laid out Madison recalls his days in the field in 1837.
Surveying in Wisconsin, 1837.
Franklin Hatheway first visited Wisconsin in August, 1835, when he was 17 years old. He returned home to New York, learned surveying on the Genessee Valley Canal in 1836, and the next summer (1837) he returned to Wisconsin and conducted the surveys described here. His memoir is one of the earliest accounts of Madison.
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|Creator:||Hatheway, Franklin. b. 1818|
|Pub Data:||Wisconsin Historical Collections, vol. 15 (Madison, 1900): 390-399|
|Citation:||Hatheway, Franklin. "Surveying in Wisconsin, 1837." Wisconsin Historical Collections, vol. 15 (Madison, 1900): 390-399; Online facsimile at: http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/turningpoints/search.asp?id=24; Visited on: 5/26/2015|