Annual Report of the Chief of Engineers to the Secretary of War for the Year ..., Volumen1

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1892
 

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IN THE CHARGE OF Capt W H BIXBY CORPS OF ENGINEERS
55
IN THE CHARGE OF COL D C HOUSTON CORPS OF ENGINEERS
68
IN THE CHARGE Or Lieut Col G L GILLESPIE CORPS OF ENGINEERS
87
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ C W RAYMOND CORPS OF ENGINEERS
117
Wilmington Harbor Del 120 ice harbor at New Castle Del Appoquindimink
131
IMPROVEMENTS St Johns River Fla 1319 Ocklawaha River Fla
136
in Lynnhaven Bay near Cape Henry Va 1076
147
IN THE CHARGE OF LIEUT Edw BurR CORPS OF ENGINEERS
149
HARBOR LINES South Branch of Elizabeth River at navyyard Norfolk Va 1097
155
IMPROVEMENTS Staunton River Va 1099 Roanoke River N C 1103 Pasquo
170
IN THE CHARGE OF CAPT FREDERIC V ABBOT Corps OF ENGINEERS
175
IN THE CHARGE OF CAPT O M CARTER CORPS OF ENGINEERS
181
APPENDIX
186
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ J C MALLERY CORPS OF ENGINEERS
189
IN THE CHARGE OF Capt Philip M PRICE CORPS OF ENGINEERS
196
IMPROVEMENTS Apalachicola Bay Fla 1397 Apalachicola River Fla 1
204
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ A N DAMRELL CORPS OF ENGINEERS
206
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ JAMES B QUINN CORPS or ENGINEERS
215
IMPROVEMENTS Savannah Harbor Ga 1243 Savannah River Ga 1253 Darien
223
IN THE CHARGE OF CAPT John MILLIS CORPS OF ENGINEERS
224
APPENDIX V
231
IMPROVEMENTS Red River La and Ark 1573 Red River above Fulton Ark
239
APPENDIX X
249
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ A MACKENZIE CORPS or ENGINEERS
253
IN THE CHARGE OF CAPT Chas F POWELL CORPS OF ENGINEERS
265
IN THE CHARGE OF CAPT GEORGE W GOETHALS CORPs or ENGINEERS
275
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ AMOS STICKNEY CORPS OF EXGINEERS
282
IN THE CHARGE OF COL WILLIAM P CRAIGHILI CORPS OF ENGINEERS
289
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ D W LOCKWOOD CORPS OF ENGINEERS
295
EXAMINATION AND SURVEY St Louis River Minn and Wis from Grassy Point
302
IMPROVEMENTS Portage Lako and Lake Superior canals across Keweenaw Point
315
IN THE CHARGE OF CAPT W L MARSHALL CORPS OF ENGINEERS
317
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ WILLIAM LUDLOW Corps OF ENGINEERS
331
EXAMINATION AND SURVEY Grand River Mich below Grand Rapids 2369
337
Orficers on duty at headquarters of military departments operations
424
APPENDIX No 1
453
APPENDIX NO 3
465
APPENDIX NO 4
473
Post of Willets Point N Y 473 United States Engineer School 474 Battali
487
APPENDIX
493
IMPROVEMENTS St Croix River Me 194 Lubec Channel Me 495 Moosa bec Bar
513
Portland Me 520 Saco River Me 521 Kennebunk River Me 524 York Har
533
EXAMINATIONS AND SURVEYS Penobscot River Me 533 Kennebec River Me
541
APPENDIX
551
ape Ann Mass 558 Gloucester Harbor Mass 566 Manchester llarbor Mass
569
IMPROVEMENTS Harbor of refuge at Hyannis Mass 598 harbor of refuge
602
Harbor Mass 609 Westport Harbor Mass 612 Taunton River Mass 613 Paw
623
Block Island R I 630 Pawcatuck River R I and Conn 633 harbor of refuge
637
EXAMINATIONS AND SURVEYS Menemsha Bight Mass 642 Canapitsit Channel
646
ent River Mass and Conn 656 harbor of refuge at Duck Island Harbor Conn 661
661
Clinton Harbor Conn 667 New Haven Harbor Conn 668 breakwaters at
680
Briilgeport Harbor Conn 685 Black Rock Harbor Conn 689 Norwalk Harbor
697
Harbor N Y 701 Echo Harbor New Rochelle N Y 706 East Chester Creek
727
IMPROVEMENTS Hudson River N Y 731 harbor at Saugerties N Y 77
838
APPENDIX
863
Island and New Jersey 871 Passaic River N J 873 Elizabeth River
899
moving sunken vessels or craft obstructing or endangering navigation
911
EXAMINATION For harbor of refuge near mouth of Delaware Bay
941
REPORT OF COL WM P CRAIGHILL CORPS OF ENGINEERS
960
REPORT OF WM F SMITH UNITED STATES AGENT MAJOR
961
IMPROVEMENTS Wilmington Harbor Del 916 ice harbor at New Castle
970
Charles City Va and approaches by Cherrystone Inlet 979 removing
980
EXAMINATIONS AND SURVEYS Murderkill River Del 981 Mispillion River
988
PART II
EXAMINATION For deepwater harbor on Pacific coast between Points Dume
EXAMINATIONS AND SURVEYS Inside route between Doboy and Sopelo Ga 1294
SUPERVISION of the harbor of New York 2879 correspondence relating to dumping

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