|Title||"Entirely capable both in theory and practice": The surveying career of Marcellus Williams|
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An article written by Joe Knetsch, Bureau of Survey & Mapping
place of publication unknown
Marcellus A. Williams lived from 1847 to 1888.
He surveyed many land grants along the St. Johns, in the Okefenokee Swamp, along the southeast coast to the center of the Everglades, on the southwest coastal islands to the area of St. George Island (near Apalachicola).
|Caption||Surveying career of Marcellus Williams|
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Randolph, Arthur M.
Williams, Marcellus A.