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NOAA Photo Library Image - cgs05559

Hoosac Mountain, the site of a pendulum gravity station. Charles S. Peirce conducted operations here in 1873. This is a unique representation of an area by the Coast Survey showing the topography for a two-mile radius around the gravity station. W. E. McClintock was the topographer.

Image ID: cgs05559, NOAA's Historic Coast & Geodetic Survey (C&GS) Collection
Location: Massachusetts, Hoosac Mountain
Photo Date: 1873

Category: Coast and Geodetic Survey/

High Resolution Photo Available

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