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FEATURED MUSEUMS
Future efforts will be directed toward displays of surveying history of the world, to develop local surveying history, to help establish regional museums, and to search out old surveying records and instruments for a computerized database catalog.

The Museum of Measurement and Time
Open since October 28, 2010, exhibits of Land Surveying, Clocks and various measuring devices are on display. Persons engaged in the fields of surveying and clock collecting are especially welcome. Contact Johnny Ingram for more information.
Time and Navigation: The Untold Story of Getting From Here to There
Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, Washington, D.C. The new exhibit begins with a simple premise: If you want to know where you are, then you need to know what time it is. What follows includes breakdowns of longitude and latitude, vibrations of the cesium atom, and Einstein's Theory of Relativity. The ambitious long-term exhibit, a collaboration between the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum and the National Museum of American History, has 150 artifacts organized into five sections and covers 300 years of earth and space exploration. It moves chronologically, beginning with marine navigation, then air, then space, then satellite, then modern navigational tools in everyday use.
Georgia Survey and Map Museum
The history of surveying in Georgia
Coming soon to Warren County, Georgia
Warrenton, Georgia, located in Warren County, will soon be the home of the Georgia Survey and Map Museum.
Check back often for new information.
Email: info@georgiasurveymuseum.org
More Information
Read this Article to discover how you can assist this project.
Visit the Warren County Chamber of Commerce Website

 
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