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PROFESSIONAL MEMOIRS

CORPS OF ENGINEERS, UNITED STATES ARMY

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ENGINEER DEPARTMENT AT LARGE

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Corps of Engineers, United States Army, and Engineer Department at Large

INDEX TO VOLUME III.

JANUARY - DECEMBER, 1911.

1. Authors. ABBOT, F. V., Colonel, Corps of Engineers. Discussion

189-190 ADAMS, L. M., Lieutenant, Corps of Engineers. A Complete Floating Concrete Plant.

83-88 An A-Frame Movable Top to Provide Increased Depths Above Fixed Dams.-

315-318 ANDREWS, D. M., Assistant Engineer. Discussion

584-586 ARRAS, J. W., Assistant Engineer. Locks and Movable Dams of the Ohio River.

535-551 BELL, Louis, Ph. D. Discussion

192-493 BLACK, W. M., Colonel, Corps of Engineers.

The Discharge of l'npurified Sewage into the Hudson River Near
Yonkers

396-412 Discussion

499-500 BRIGHT, CHARLES E., Superintendent.

Comparative Methods of Earth Excavation, Colbert Shoals Canal. 558-566 Brown, LYTLE, Captain (now Major) Corps of Engineers. Discussion

331 Surveys and Borings for Lock Location, Ohio River

418-431 Discussion

493-194 BUCHANAN, M. W., Expert Electrical Aid, Bureau of Construction and Repair, Navy Department. Discussion

69-74 BULLOCK, E. II., Junior Engineer. Comparative Sections of Lock Walls

591-600 BUTLER, JOHN S., Assistant Engineer. Discussion

578-581 Cost of Forms at Lock No. 21, Cumberland River.

601-612 DAVIS, C. M., Assistant Engineer. Notes on Creosoting

167-200 Dow, ALEX., Member A. S. C. E.; A. S. M. E.; A. I. E. E. Discussion

503-305 EARLE, JOSEPH 11., Lieutenant, (orpus of Engineers. Timber for Ponton Material.

456-462 FuaGLER, C. A. F., Major, Corps of Engineers. Discussion

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