Thomas Scott (Tasmania)

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Thomas Scott was formerly the Assistant Surveyor-General of Tasmania. He was responsible for a significant survey of Tasmania in 1824 which led to the production of the most detailed map of the region, at the time. [1]

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References

  1. "LINC Tasmania catalogue • "0 @@ Chart of Van Diemen's Land from the best authorities and from actual surveys and measurements" by z @@ Scott, Thomas, 1800-1855". catalogue.statelibrary.tas.gov.au. Retrieved 6 April 2015.