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Fred Roeder, LS

Fred Roeder lives in Tularosa, New Mexico. He emigrated to the United States from Germany in 1957 and spent most of his surveying career in the Southwest, working for the U.S. Forest Service. Now retired, he started writing a regular column for the New Mexico Professional Surveyors Newsletter in 1988. In 1994, NMPS produced Antepasados, a book of his columns.

Many surveyors are good writers, especially about technical or legal matters. However, it's not often that we find a surveyor/story-teller who can present historical facts in a manner that makes them fun to read. Fred Roeder is such a writer and we are pleased to present more than 80 of his stories here. Bibliography is a list of the books Fred used in his writings, and includes a numbered index of the articles. Index is a list of all the articles Fred has written and when.

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Tuesday, 21 April 2009 The Washington Meridian Fred Roeder, LS
Wednesday, 15 April 2009 The Pedro Armendaris Grant Fred Roeder, LS
Wednesday, 15 April 2009 Of Gods and Boundaries Fred Roeder, LS
Wednesday, 15 April 2009 The Aqueduct Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 Index of Fred Roeder's Writings Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 Bibliography Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 The Baca Floats Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 An Attempt to Regulate Surveying Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 A Snowstorm On Dent du Midi Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 A Ghost Story Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 Carl Friedrich Gauss Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 Good Deal, Bad Deal? Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 Land Claims Act of 2001 Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 The Mark Of The Wolf Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 The Surveyors of the Inca Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 The Unsigned Survey (the original Tunnel of Eupalinos story) Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 Longitude Zero Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 "I Am Done With Hard Work" Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 The Mapmaker's Wife Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 Two Maps of Santa Fe Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 The Tunnel of Eupalinos Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 The Tunnel of Eupalinos Revisited Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 Tumacacori Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 Land Grant Trilogy Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 The Treaty of Tordesillas Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 Will Tipton of the Spanish Archives Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 Was Tangletown Surveyed? Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 The Surveyors Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 Power, Prestige, and Politics - The Sixteen Surveyors General of New Mexico Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 Santa Fe on Spanish Maps Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 Pitt Ross of Albuquerque Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 Robbins and the Arizona Line Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 Cultures Collide at Richland Creek Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 In Retrospect Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 A Score of Years Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 Robert B. Stephenson As Remembered by Fred Roeder Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 The Davis Quadrant Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 Surveyor of the Public Domain - A Portrait of William Pelham Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 The Square of Pegasus Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 Surveyorís Peak Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 Obituary for Bob Stephenson Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 The New Mexico Notch Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 A Surveyor's Mythology Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 Boundary Monument No. 1 Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 Guadalupe Miranda Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 11 April 2009 Bernardo de Miera y Pacheco Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 04 April 2009 Mercator - Surveyor and Mapper Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 04 April 2009 Pelham's Instructions Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 04 April 2009 Surveyor and Lawyer Fred Roeder, LS
Saturday, 04 April 2009 Surveyors Know Better Fred Roeder, LS
 
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