The West Virginia Society of Professional Surveyors and its
Eastern Panhandle Chapter are pleased to present
The seminar is an overview of three aspects of measurement of Ancient American Works: The probable measurement methods and math of the ancient builders; The methods and mapping of the “discoverers” during the 1800’s; and What modern measurement and mapping can reveal about the purposes of the builders, and the insights and misconceptions of the discoverers.
Don Teter began surveying in 1974, and has been licensed since 1982. He is a past-President of the West Virginia Society of Professional Surveyors, and edited the quarterly West Virginia Surveyor for over ten years. He is an active member of the Society’s Convention Committee, and has presented numerous seminars on subjects including: Minimum Standards; Boundary Research; Adjoiner Relations; Turnpikes, County Roads and Highways; Boundaries Along Roads and Streams in West Virginia; Grand Canyon Surveying; and Civil War Surveying. He also serves as a member of the Board of Professional Surveyors Complaint Review Committee and as a part-time investigator for the Board.
Holiday Inn and Suites, Martinsburg, WV
Martinsburg, WV 25401