Between 1991 and 2016, the volunteers of the Mason and Dixon Line Preservation Partnership spent countless hours searching for the stones marking the boundary that bears their name. During the course of their work they recorded directions to find the stones, described the condition and recorded the position using the Global Positioning System. 

Click the icons below to view information on the location and condition of stones that were surveyed by the MDLPP

© 2019 Mason and Dixon Line Preservation Partnership & Todd M. Babcock

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