Nebraska GLO Monument
E ¼ CORNER
SECTION 25 - T7N - R5E
Jonathan P. Jones
June 20, 1857
October 7, 2008
This excavated original GLO monument was marked with the chiseled ¼ indicating it to be a quarter corner. Jonathan P. Jones surveyed the township lines in Lancaster County, Nebraska, and noted this stone as being a Sandstone measuring 18"x12"x8". Field measurements taken on the date of excavation placed the size at 18"x15"x11" and the type of stone to be a gray-colored Granite.
Surveyors from Lancaster County Engineering excavate the original GLO stone.
The chiseled "¼" on the stone is at lower left.
Close-up of the chiseled "¼" marked by a surveyor on June 20, 1857.
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