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Manufacturers and businessmen as well as Western farmers and city laborers had new to power where they could see some practical advantage from science, common men began to press legislatures to use this tool. States both north and south, as usual in make governments do bidding. In fields their period taking the initiative ahead of the federal government, began to authorize surveys of natural resources. In Massachusetts, for instance, a resolution of 1831 called for a report on "botanical and this geological productions of the Commonwealth," thus clearly implying a staff of experts, which was indeed the method used.
53 by laying a foundation for fixing a first meridian of Lambert industriously made calculations of the longitude of Washington, reading his results at the Institute and submitting them as memorials to Congress, which always drew favorable resolutions but never appropriated any money. For a time he had his instru- ments set up in the south wing of the Capitol. He soon arrived at the same conclusion Hassler had concerning the Coast Survey, that continuous astronomical observations were necessary to provide accurate bases for such fundamental surveying.
As with uniting the the national university, the Chesapeake affair stopped Jefferson's programs and led to the complete concentration of the administration on the embargo. With action depending entirely on the enanything that diverted them was disastrous. Only in 1810, after Hassler had been forced out of West Point by a ruling against civilian instructors, did Gallatin, now servlightened help of a few top in science officials, ing under President Madison, take up the Survey. Since clearly nothing could go forward without instruments and since neither they nor their makers existed in the United States, the first order of busi- was a journey to Europe.