About Amerisurv| Contact    
Magazine | Newsletter    
Flickr Photos | Advertise    
HomeNewsNewsletterAmerisurv DirectoryJobsStoreAuthorsHistoryArchivesBlogVideosEvents
Register to receive the Amerisurv Newsletter | Also See Our LiDAR News Newsletter | RSS Feed  
advertisement


Subscriptions
Sponsored By

Software Reviews
Continuing Series
     RTN
An RTN expert provides everything you need to know about network-corrected real-time GNSS observations.
Click Here to begin the series,
or view the Article PDF's Here
76-PageFlip Compilation
of the entire series
Test Yourself

Got Answers?
Test your knowledge with NCEES-level questions.
  Start HERE
Meet the Authors
Check out our fine lineup of writers. Each an expert in his or her field.
Wow Factor
Sponsored By


Product Reviews
Partner Sites

machinecontrolonline 


lbszone.com

GISuser.com

GeoJobs.biz

GeoLearn

 

Spatial Media LLC properties

Associates

ASPRS

newsnow 

  The American Surveyor     

The National Museum of Surveying Announces “Museum Preview Night” Print E-mail
Written by The National Museum of Surveying   
Tuesday, 14 October 2008

The National Museum of Surveying is pleased to announce the first event at the new Museum in Springfield, Illinois. “Museum Preview Night“ will be held on surveyor Abraham Lincoln’s 200th birthday, Thursday evening, February 12, 2009 at the Museum which is literally across the street from the Old State Capitol where Lincoln served as Illinois State Representative and where he gave his famous “House Divided” speech. The party will be held in conjunction with the Illinois Professional Land Surveyors Annual Conference. To celebrate Lincoln’s bicentennial birthday, Lincoln scholars from around the world will be in Springfield that day for symposia on Lincoln’s life. So will we surveyors, to celebrate Lincoln and the opening of the National Museum of Surveying.

Not all of the displays will be completed by that date, but the extensive interior renovations are complete, “Science on a Sphere” (one focal point of the Museum) is complete and a wide representation of early American surveying equipment is on display. To accommodate our group and the Lincoln scholars and aficionados, that evening, the Old State Capitol Building (across the street) will be open for viewing and tours. It will be quite a night for our Museum, its members and surveyors, generally. Drinks and hors d’oeuvres will be served. Tickets will be $15.00.

For more information, tickets and reservations, see: www.iplsa.org or email: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

521 East Washington Street
PO Box 522
Springfield, IL 62705

 
< Prev   Next >

deliciousrssnewsletterlinkedinfacebooktwitter

Amerisurv Exclusive Online-only Article ticker
Featured Amerisurv Events
List Your Event Here
please
contact Amerisurv


Google
 
AMERISURV TOP NEWS

Trimble Intros
TSC7 Controller

GOT NEWS? Send To
press [at] amerisurv.com
Online Internet Content

Sponsor


News Feeds

 
Subscribe to Amerisurv news & updates via RSS or get our Feedburn
xml feed

Need Help? See this RSS Tutorial

Historic Maps
Careers

post a job
Reach our audience of Professional land surveyors and Geo-Technology professionals with your GeoJobs career ad. Feel free to contact us if you need additional information.

 

Social Bookmarks

Amerisurv on Facebook 

Amerisurv LinkedIn Group 

Amerisurv Flickr Photos 

Amerisurv videos on YouTube 

twitter

 




The American Surveyor © All rights reserved / Privacy Statement
Spatial Media LLC
7820B Wormans Mill Road, #236
Frederick MD 21701
301-620-0784
301-695-1538 - fax