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Leveling in- Surveying Camp. This 1912 photograph shows a noon camp of surveyors in the southwestern part of the Jornada Range Reserve, New Mexico. National Archives and Records Administration 32 S WA RT H M O R E C O L L E G E struments have been used since 1896 to set permanent elevation benchmarks. Aerial photography came into use as a survey tool following World War I (1914–1918), and photogrammetry was widely used by the 1930s. Today, satellites enable surveyors to use tools as sophisticated as the global positioning system (GPS), which can eliminate the need for a line-of-sight survey.
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Presser SWIMMING. ” Swimmers appear in artwork on Egyptian tombs, in Assyrian stone carvings, in Hittite and Minoan drawings, and in Toltec murals. Ancient gladiators swam while training, and Plato believed that a man who could not swim was uneducated. Contemporaries reported that both Julius Caesar and Charlemagne were strong swimmers. , but England was the ﬁrst modern society to develop swimming as a competitive sport. ” They were generally more interested in endurance than speed, and viewed swimming the English Channel as the supreme test.