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Surveyor General

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The Surveyor General is an official responsible for government surveying in a specific country or territory. Historically this would often have been a military appointment, but it is now more likely to be a civilian post.

The following Surveyor General positions exist, or have existed historically:

  • Surveyors General in Australia:
  • Surveyor General of New South Wales
  • Surveyor General of South Australia
  • Surveyor General of Queensland
  • Surveyor General of Tasmania
  • Surveyor General of the Northern Territory
  • Surveyor General of Victoria
  • Surveyor General of Western Australia
  • Surveyors General in Canada:
  • Arpenteur général du Québec
  • Surveyor General of Ontario
  • Surveyor General of Nova Scotia
  • Surveyors-General in British North America
  • Surveyor General of the Colony of Vancouver Island
  • Joseph Despard Pemberton
  • Surveyor General of New Brunswick
  • Robert Power (surveyor)
  • Surveyor General of Cornwall, UK
  • Surveyor General of Hong Kong
  • Surveyor General of India
  • Surveyor General of Ireland
  • Surveyor General of New Netherland
  • The Surveyor General of Pakistan
  • Surveyor General of Sri Lanka (formerly Surveyor General of Ceylon)
  • Surveyors General in the United States and its colonial predecessors:
  • Surveyor General of the United States
  • Surveyor General of Arizona
  • Surveyor General of North Carolina
  • Surveyor General of the Province of North Carolina
  • Surveyor General of the Northwest Territory (today's north-central U.S.)
  • Surveyor General of Spanish Louisiana
  • References

    Surveyor General Wikipedia


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