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HAFERKORN, HENRY E., Librarian, Engineer School.
Selected Articles of Engineering Interest. 145-161, 337-351,

517-527, 673-685
HALE, IRVING, Brigadier-General, United States Volunteers.
Discussion

494-495

HIANSEN, PAUL, M. Am. Soc. C. E.

Discussion

646

HARRINGTON, D. A., Consulting and Supervising Engineer.
Underground Conduit Construction -

207-230
HARTS, W. W., Major, Corps of Engineers.
Discussion

330-331
Harbor Improvement on the Pacific Coast of the United States -- 618-641
HIASKINS, CARYL D.

A Civilian 's Suggestions for a Technical Reserve for the Army- 477-489
Discussion

489-508
Additional Discussion

645-647
HOWELL, GEORGE P., Major, Corps of Engineers.
Improvement of Aransas Pass, Texas

363-391
HUGHES, D. E., Assistant Engineer.
General Description of the Depression Position Plotter.

219-266
JEFFRIES, THOMAS E., Assistant Engineer.
Replacing Lock Gates on the Kanawha River.

77-80
Discussion

586-587

30-51

JOHNSTON, E. X., Captain, Corps of Engineers.

New River and Harbor Improvement Projects
KELLOGG, J. W., Manager Marine Sales Department, General Electric
Company.

Discussion

68-69

Kuhn, J. E., Colonel, Corps of Engineers.
Discussion

195-197
Langfitt, W. C., Lieutenant-Colonel, Corps of Engineers.
Discussion

500-503
LAWRENCE, S. E., Assistant Engineer.
Fuel Oil v. Coal.----

270-275
MCALPINE, W. II., Assistant Engineer.
Discussion

332-334; 587-590
McELHERNE, J. C., Assistant Engineer.

Rebuilding Lock Gates, Milan Section of Minois and Mississippi
Canal, During Seasons of 1910-1911...-

392-395
MCQUIGG, J. R., Major, Ohio National Guard.

The Work of the Corps of Engineers, Ohio National Guard.. 302-312
MEIGS, M., United States Civil Engineer.
An Experiment in Wood Preservation

231-235
OAKES, J. C., Major, Corps of Engineers.
Discussion

318-324

22-28
463-470

PARK, RICHARD, Lieutenant, Corps of Engineers.

Discussion

A Field Pile Driver
POPE, F. A., Captain, Corps of Engineers.

Timber for Ponton Material

663-672

RAND, L. H., Captain, Corps of Engineers.

Discussion

28-29

RAYMOND, R. R., Major, Corps of Engineers.
The Chesapeake and Delaware Canal in the Civil War.

267-269
ROBERTS, H. L.
Rock Dredging at Carr Shoals, Oconee River, Georgia-

509-512
ROBERTS, Thos. P., Assistant Engineer.
Discussion

582-584
ROEWADE, ALFRED J., Civil Engineer.
How Copenhagen Was Fortified

648-662
ROSE, W. H., Lieutenant (now Captain), Corps of Engineers.

Field Searchlights
A New Portable Searchlight Tower

336
Railway Transportation Required for a Pioneer Battalion, 1. S. A. 613-617
SABIN, Louis C., Assistant Engineer.

Fluctuations of Water Level in a Canal Caused by the Filling of
Locks

201-206
SCOTT, CHARLES F., Consulting Engineer, Westinghouse Electric Co.
Government Specifications for Electrical Apparatus.

54-66
SEWELL, JOHN S., Late Major, Corps of Engineers.
Discussion

497-199

1-22

SKEY, F. E. G.

The Final Struggle for 203- Meter Hill at Port Arthur - 89-116, 276-301
SMRCEK, ANTONIN, Engineer, Professor at the I. R. Bohemian Tech-
nical Iligh School in Brunn.
Relative Advantages of Locks, Litts, and Inclines.

117-110
STEESE, JAMES G., Lieutenant, Corps of Engineers.
Comparative Tests of Wye and Dumpy Levels.

75-76
STEINMETZ, C. P., Consulting Engineer, General Electric Company.
Discussion

645
STURDEVANT, C. L., Lieutenant, Corps of Engineers.
A Military Suspension Bridge

171-173
TAYLOR, HARRY, Colonel, Corps of Engineers.
Discussion

66-68
THOMAS, B. F., Principal Assistant Engineer.
Discussion

321-329
THOMAS, PERCY H., Consulting Electrical Engineer.
Discussion

506-508
WALKER, J. S., Assistant Engineer.

Elements Affecting Lock Construction on Canalized Rivers Having
Fixed Dams

567-577

WELLS, W. F.
Discussion

490-492
WHEELER, EARL.
Field Searchlights

1-22
WOODRUFF, J. A., Corps of Engineers.

A System for Filing and Indexing Professional Literature. 552-557
WOOTEN, W. P., Major, Corps of Engineers.
Discussion

50.5-506
ZINN, GEORGE A., Major, Corps of Engineers.

Terminal Facilities in Their Relation to Waterway Improvement.. 236-248

II. Titles and Subjects.

A-Frame Movable Top to Provide Increased Depths Above Fixed
Dams, An

315-335
Aransas Pass, Texas, Improvement of

363-391
Biographical Notes, with Portraits:
Delafield, Richard

416 417
Gratiot, Charles

80-82
Humphreys, Andrew Atkinson

642-644
Nolty, A. J...

52-53
Totten, Joseph Gilbert

313-314
Book Reviews

141-113, 513-516
Bridges:
A Military Suspension Bridge-

171-173
Brussels Ship Canal, The

436-455
Canals:
Brussels Ship Canal, The_-

436-455
Chesapeake and Delaware Canal in the Civil War.

267-269
Earth Excavation, Comparative Methods of, Colliert Shoals Canal.- 558-566

Fluctuations of Water Level in a (anal Caused by Filling of Locks 201-206
Chesapeake and Delaware Canal in the Civil War, The

267-269
Concrete Plant, A Complete Floating

83-88
Conduit Construction, Underground.

207-230
Copenhagen Was Fortified, How

648-662
Creosoting, Notes On

167-200
Dams:
A-Frame Movable Top to Provide Increased Depths Above Fixed
Dams, An

315-318
Dam No. 10, Mononga hela River, Damaged by Burning Oil

74
Delafield, Richard

416-417
Derrick, with Adjustable Boom, A Simple--

471-476
Discharge of Unpurified Sewage into the Hudson River near Yonkers,
The

396-412
Dredges and Dredging:
Dredging Appliances and Steam Dredges, Early

113-415
Rock Dredging at ('arr Shoals, Oconee River; Georgia.

509-512

Earth Excavation, Comparative Methods of, Colbert Shoals Canal.- 558-566
Editorial Notes

163-166, 353-362, 529-534, 687-690
Electrical Apparatus, Government Specifications for

54.74

Filing and Indexing Professional Literature, A System for-

552-557
Final Struggle for 203-Meter Hill at Port Arthur, The_ 89-116, 276-301
Forms at Lock No. 21, Cumberland River, Cost of..

601-612
Fuel Oil v. Coal...

270-275
Gratiot, Charles

80-82
Harbors:

Harbor Improvements on the Pacific Coast of the United States -- 618-641
Paris Harbor Project

432-435
New River and Harbor Improvement Projects-

30-51
Humphreys, Andrew Atkinson

642-644

Ice Accumulation on Wires

391

Levels, Comparative Tests of Wye and Dumpy-

75-76
Locks and Lock Gates:
Comparative Sections of Lock Walls

591-600
Cost of Forms at Lock No. 21, Cumberland River

601-612
Elements Affecting Lock Construction on Canalized Rivers Having
Fixed Dams

567-590
Fluctuations of Water Level in a Canal Caused by Filling of Locks 201-206
Locks and Movable Dams of the Ohio River

535-551
Rebuilding Lock Gates, Milan Section of Illinois and Mississippi
Canal During Seasons of 1910-1911-----

392-395
Relative Advantages of Locks, Lifts, and Inclines

117-110
Replacing Lock Gates on the Kanawha River -

77-80
Surveys and Borings for Lock Location, Ohio River..

418-431

Movable Dams of the Ohio, River, Locks and

535-551

Ohio National Guard, The Work of the Corps of Engineers

302-312

Paris Harbor Projects, The

432-435
Pile Driver, A Field

463-470
Ponton Bridges:
New German Ponton Boats, The

140
Timber for Ponton Material

456-462, 663-672
Position Plotter, General Description of the Depression

249-266
River Engineering:
A-Frame Movable Top to Provide Increased Depths Above Fixed
Dams

315-335
Brussels Ship Canal, The-

436-455
Early Dredging Appliances and Steam Dredges

413-415
Elements Affecting Lock Construction on Canalized Rivers Having
Fixed Dams

567-590
Floating Concrete Plant, A Complete

83-88
Fluctuations of Water Level in a Canal Caused by the Filling of
Locks

201-206
Forms at Lock No. 21, Cumberland River, Cost of

601-612

+

Improvement of Aransas Pass, Texas.

363-391
Loeks and Movable Dams of the Ohio River.

535-551
New River and Harbor Improvement Projects

30-51
Paris Harbor Project, The

432-435
Rebuilding Lock Gates, Milan Section of Hlinois and Mississippi
Canal During Seasons of 1910-1911.--.

392-395
Regulation of Rivers, Concerning the-

688-690
Relative Advantages of Locks, Lifts, and Inclines

117-140
Rock Dredging at Carr Shoals, Oconee River, Georgia

509-512
Replacing Lock Gates on the Kanawha River.

77-80
Surveys and Borings for Lock Location, Ohio River

418-431
Rock Dredging at Carr Shoals, Oconee River, Georgia----

509-512
Searchlights:
Field Searchlights

1-29
New Portable Searchlight Tower, A.

336
Selected Articles of Engineering Interest - 145-161, 337-351, 517-527, 673-685
Specifications for Electrical Apparatus, Government.

54-74
Surveys and Borings for Lock Location, Ohio River

418-431
Technical Reserve for the Army, Civilian's Suggestions for a 177-508, 618-662
Terminal Facilities in Their Relation to Waterway Improvement. 236-248
Totten, Joseph Gilbert

313-314
Trade Publications

143-144
Transportation, Railway, Required for a Pioneer Battalion, U. S. A.-- 613-617
Wood Preservation, An Experiment in..

231-235

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