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 Title:  John Lukens papers, 1760-1788     
 Dates:  1760-1788 
 Abstract:  The small survey books of John Lukens contain various land surveys that Lukens undertook throughout Pennsylvania. The Lukens family was a prominent surveying family with close ties to the proprietary government. The books do not contain any sketches, but are instead a listing of coordinates and features that can be used to demarcate land. Notably, there is little in the surveys about the Connecticut dispute, although items on the Lukens' involvement in that event can be found in other collections, such as the Eastwick Collection.

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 Call #:  Mss.B.L968 
 Extent:  12 volume(s) 
 Topics:  Government Affairs | Pennsylvania History | Surveying and Maps 
 Genre:  Maps and Surveys | Official Government Documents and Records 
 Subjects:  Land speculation | Surveying -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia.