« AnteriorContinuar »
PROJECTS and estimates, 4; appropriations, 5;
allotments, 6; Portland Harbor, Me.,
6; Boston Harbor, Mass., Narragansett Bay, R. I., New York Harbor, N. Y., 7; Phil.
adelphia, Pa., 9; Washington, D.C., Hampton Roads, Va., Savannah, Ga., Pensacola,
Fla., San Franciso Harbor, Cal., 10; preservation and repair of fortifications, 12.
Sites for fortifications: Fort McClary, Me., Cushings Island, Portland, Me., Grovers
Cliff, Boston, Mass., Sullivans Island, Charleston, S. C., 13.
ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATIONS FOR FORTIFICATIONS REQUIRED FOR
POST OF WILLETS POINT, NEW YORK.-U. S. ENGINEER SCHOOL.-
BATTALION OF ENGINEERS.-ENGINEER DEPOT.
OFFICER IN COMMAND, LIEUT. COL. W.R. KING, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Post of Willets Point, U.S. Engineer School, Battalion of Engineers, 17; Engineer
Depot, 18; statement of funds, estimates, 19.
RIVER AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS.
GENERAL STATEMENT, removal of wrecks, 19; establishment of harbor lines, exam-
ination of bills for bridges, construction of bridges across navigable waters, bridges
obstructing navigation, occupancy and injury of public works, engineer divisions,
South Pass of the Mississippi River, 20.
ATLANTIC COAST AND GULF OF MEXICO.
IN THE CHARGE OF LIEUT. COL. PETER C. HAINS, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
St. Croix River, Me., 20; Lubec Channel, Me., Moosa bec Bar, Me., 21; Narraguagus
River, Me., 22; breakwater from Mount Desert to Porcupine Island, Bar Harbor,
Me., 23; Bagaduce River, Me., Penobscot River, Me., 24; Belfast Harbor Me., Cam-
den Harbor, Me., 26; Rockland Harbor, Me., 27; Kennebec River, Me., 28; Harra-
secket River, Me., 29, Portland Harbor, Mo., 30; channel in Back Cove, Portland,
Me., 31; Sacó River, Me., 32; York Harbor, Me., 33; Bellamy River, N. H., Cocheco
River, N. H., 34; harbor of refuge at Little Harbor, N. H., 35.
IN THE CILARGE OF LIELT. COL. S. M. MANSFIELD, CORPS OF ENGINEERS,
Newburyport Harbor, Mass., 36; Merrimac River, Mass., Powow River, Mass., 37;
Ipswich River, Mass., 38; Essex River, Mass., barbor of refuge, Sandy Bay, Cape
Ann, Mass., 39; Gloucester Harbor, Mass., 40; Manchester Harbor, Mass., Salem
Harbor, Mass, 41; Lynn Harbor, Mass., 42; Winthrop Harbor, Mass., Mystic and
Malden rivers, Mass., 43; Boston Harbor, Mass., 44; Weymouth River, Mass., 45;
Hingham Harbor, Mass., Seituate Harbor, Mass., 46; Plymouth Harbor, Mass.,
Kingston Harbor, Mass., 47; Wellfleet Harbor, Mass., Provincetown Harbor, Mass..
48; Chatham Harbor, Mass., removing sunken vessels or craft obstructing or
endangering navigation, 49.
IN THE CHARGE OF CAPT. W. H. BIXBY, Corps OF ENGINEERS,
Harbor of refuge at Hyannis, Mass., harbor of refuge at Nantucket, Mass., 50; Mar-
thas Vineyard inner harbor at Edgartown, Mass., 51; harbor at Vineyard Haven,
Mass., Wareham Harbor, Mass., 52; New Bedford Harbor, Mass., 53; Canapitsit
Channel, Mass., Taunton River, Mass., 54; Pawtucket River, R. I., 55; Providence
River and Narrayansett Bay, R. I., 56; removal of Green Jacket Shoal, Providence
River, R. I., Newport Harbor, R.' I., 57; harbor of refuge at Point Judith, R. I.,
58; harbor of refuge at Block Island, R. I., 59; Pawcatuck River, R. I. and Conn.,
60; harbor of refuge at Stonington, Conn., 61; removing sunken vessels or craft
obstructing or endangering navigation, 62.
IN THE CHARGE OF LIELT. COL. HENRY M. ROBERT, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Mystic River, Conn., Thames River, Conn., 64; Connecticut River, Mass, and Conn.,
65; harbor of refuge at Duck Island Harbor, Conn., 67; Clinton Harbor, Conn.,
New Haven Harbor, Conn., 68; breakwaters at New Haven, Conn., 69; Milford
Harbor, Conn., 70; Housatonic River, Conn., Bridgeport Harbor, Conn., 71; Black
Rock Harbor, Conn., 72; Saugatuck River, Conn., Wilsons Point Harbor, Conn.,
73; Five Mile River Harbor, Conn., 74; Stamford Harbor, Conn., harbor at Cos
Cob and Mianus River, Conn., 75; Port Chester Harbor, N. Y., 76; Larchmont Har-
bor, N. Y., East Chester Creek, N. Y., 77; Greenport Harbor, N. Y., Port Jefferson
Harbor, N. Y., 78; Huntington Harbor, N. Y., Glen Cove Harbor, N. Y., 79; Flush-
ing Bay, N. Y., 80; l'atchogue River, N. Y., Browns Creek, Sayville, N. Y., 81;
removing sunken vessels or craft obstructing or endangering navigation, 82.
IN THE CHARGE OF LIEUT. COL. G. L. GILLESPIE, Corps of ENGINEERS-
Hudson River, N. Y., 83; harbor at Saugerties, N. Y., harbor at Rondout, N. Y., 84;
Wappinger Creek, N. Y., 85; Harlem River, N. Y., 86; East River and Hell Gate,
N. Y., 87; Newtown Creek, N. Y., 89; Buttermilk Channel, New York Barbor, 90;
Gowanus Bay, N. Y., Red Hook, Gowanus Creek, and Bay Ridge channels, 91; New
York Harbor, N. Y., 92; Jamaica Bay, N. Y., 93; Raritan Bay, X. J., 91; removing
sunken vessels or craft obstructing or endangering navigation, 95.
IN THE CHARGE OF Capt. Thomas L. CASEY, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Sumpaianus Inlet, N. Y., 95; Canarsie Bay, N. Y., Sheepshead Bay, N. Y., 96; Arthur
Kill, N. Y. and N. J., 97; channel between Staten Island and New Jersey, 98; Pas-
saic River, N. J., 99; Elizabeth River, N. J., 100; Rahway River, N. J., 101; Rari.
tan River, N. J., 102; South River, N. J., 103; Keyport Harbor, N. J., Mattawan
Creek, N. J., 101; Shoal Harbor and Compton Creek, N, J., 105; Shrewsbury
River, N. J., 106; Manasquan (Squan) River, N. J., 107; removing sunken vessels
or craft obstructing or endangering navigation, 108.
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ. C. W. RAYMOND, Corps OF ENGINEERS-
Delaware River, N. J. and Pa., 108; harbor between Philadelphia, Pa., and Camden,
N. J., 110; Schuylkill River, Pa., 111; ice harbor at Marcus Hook, Pa., ice harbor
at head of Delaware Bay, Del., 112; construction of iron pier in Delaware Bay,
near Lewes, Del., 113; Delaware Breakwater, Del., 114; Rancocas River, N...,
115; Alloway Creek, N. J., Salem River, N. J., 116; Goshen Creek, N. J., remov-
ing sunken vessels or craft obstructing or endangering navigation, 117.
IN THE CHARGE OF WILLIAM F. SMITH, UNITED STATES AGENT, MAJOR OF ENGI-
NEERS, U. S. ARMY, RETIRED-
Wilmington Harbor, Del., 118; ice harbor at New Castle, Del., Appoquinimink
River, Del., 119; Smyrna River, Del., 120; Murderkill River, Del., 121; Mispillion
River, Del., 122; Broadkiln River, Del., inland waterway from Chincoteague Bay,
Va., to Delaware Bay, at or near Lewes, Del., 123; Susquehanna River above and
below Havre do Graco, Md., Elk River, Md., 124; Fairleo Creek, Md., Chester
River, Ma., from Crumptou to Jones Landing, 125; Choptank River, Md., La
Trappe River, Md., 126; Warwick River, Md., 127; Cambridge Harbor, Md.,
Broad Creek River, Del., 128; Wicomico River, Md., 129; Manokin River, Md.,
Onancock Harbor, Va., 130; harbor and approaches at Cape Charles City, Va.,
131; removing sunken vessels or craft obstructing or endangering navigation, 132.
IN THE CHARGE OF COL. WILLIAM P. CRAIGAILL, CORPs of ENGINEERS-
Patapsco River and channel to Baltimore, Md., 132; channel to Curtis Bay in
Patapsco River, Baltimore Harbor, Md., James River, Va., 133.
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ. CHARLES E. L. B. DAVIS, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Potomac River at Washington, D. C., 135; Anacostia River, D. C., Occoquan Creek,
Va., 138; Aquia Creek, Va , 139; Nomini Creek, Va., 140; Lower Machodoc Creek,
Va., Patuxent River, Md., 141; Rappahannock River, Va., 142; Urbana Creek,
Va., York River, Va., 143; Mattaponi River, Va., 114; Pamunkey River, Va.,
removing sunken vessels or craft obstructing or endangering navigation, 145.
IN THE CHARGE OF CAPT. EDWARD BURR, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Harbor of Norfolk and its approaches, Va., 146; approach to Norfolk Harbor and
the United States (Norfolk) navy-yard, between Lambert Point and Fort Norfolk,
147; Nansemond River, Va., 148; Chickahominy River, Va., Appomattox River,
Va., 149; inland water route from Norfolk, Va., to Albemarle Sound, N. C., through
Currituck Sound, 151; North Landing River, Va., and N. C., removing sunken
vessels or craft obstructing or endangering navigation, 152.
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ. W. S. STANTON, ('ORP's OF ENGINEERS-
Roanoko River, N. C., 153; Pasquotank River, N. C., 154; Mackeys Creek, N. C.,
Ocracoke Inlet, N.C., 155; Fishing Creek, N. C., Pamlico and Tar rivers, N.C.,
156; Contentnia Creek, N.C., 157; Trent River, N.C., 158; Neuse River, N.C.,
inland waterway between Newbern and Beaufort, N. C., 159; harbor at Beaufort, N.
C., 160; inland waterway between Beaufort Harbor and New River, N. C., inland
waterway between New River and Swansboro, N.C., 161; New River, N. C., 162;
North East (Cape Fear) River, N. C., Black River, N.C., 163; Cape Fear River
above Wilmington, N.C., Cape Fear River at and below Wilmington, N. C., 164 ;
Lockwoods Folly River, N.C., Georgetown Harbor, S. C., 166; Win yaw Bay, S.C.,
167; removing sunken vessels or craft obstructing or endangering navigation, 168.
IN TUE CHARGE OF CAPT. FREDERIC V. ABBOT, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Waccamaw River, N. C. and S.C., 168; Lumber River, N. C. and S.C., Little Pedeo
River, S.C., 169; Great Pedee River, s. C., Clark River, S. C., Mingo Creek, S. C.,
Santee River, S.C., 170; Watereo River, S. C., Congaree River, S. C., 171; Charles-
ton Harbor, S.C., Ashley River, S.C., 172; Wappoo Cut, S. C., Edisto River, S. C.,
Salkahatchie River, S.C., 173; Beaufort River, S.C., removing sunken vessels or
craft obstructing or endangering navigation, 174
IN THE CHARGE OF CAPT. V. M. CARTER, CORPS OF ENGINEERS,
Savannah Harbor, Ga., 174; Savannah River, Ga., 176; Savannah River above
Augusta, Ga., Darien Harbor, Ga., 177; Altamaha River, Ga., 178; Oconee River,
Ga., Ocmulgee River, Ga., 179; Brunswick Harbor, Ga., Brunswick Outer Bar,
Ga., 180; Jekyl Creek, Ga., Cumberland Sound, Ga., 181; inside water route
between Savannah, Ga., and Fernandina, Fla., removing sunken vessels or craft
obstructing or endangering navigation, 182.
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ. THOMAS H. HANDBURY, CORPS OF ENGINEERS,
St. Johns River, Fla., 182; Upper St. Johns River, Fla., 185; Volusia Bar, Fla., 186;
Ocklawaha River, Fla., St. Augustine Harbor, Fla., 187; Indian River, Fla., 188;
northwest entrance, Key West Harbor, Fla., 189; Caloosahatchee River, Fla., 190;
Charlotte Harbor and Pease Creek, Fla., Sarasota Bay, Fla., 191; Manatee River,
Fla., 192; Tampa Bay, Fla., Withlacoochee River, Fla., 193; harbor at Cedar
Keys, Fla., 194; Suwanee River, Fla., 195.
IN THE CHARGE OF Maj. F. A. MAHAN, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Apalachicola Bay, Fla., 196; Apalachicola River, the Cut-off, and Lower Chipola
River, Fla., 197; Flint River, Ga., 198; Chattahoochee River, Ga. and Ala., 200;
Choctawhatchee River, Fla. and Ala., 202; hạrbor at Pensacola, Fla., 203; Escam-
bia and Conecuh rivers, Fla. and Ala., 204 Alabama River, Ala., 205; Coosa River,
Ga. and Ala., 206; operating and care of canals and other works of navigation on
Coosa River, Ga. and Ala., 208; Cahaba River, Ala., 209.
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ. A. N. DAMRELL, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Mobile Harbor, Ala., 210; Black Warrior River, Ala., from Tuscaloosa to Daniels
Creek, 211; Warrior and Tombigbee rivers, Ala. and Miss., 212; Noxubee River,
Miss., 214; Pascagoula River, Miss., Chickasahay River, Miss., 215; Leaf River,
Miss., harbor at Biloxi, Miss., 216; Pearl River below Jackson, Miss., Pearl River
between Carthage and Jackson, Miss., 217; Pearl River between Edinburg and
Carthage, Miss., Bogue Chitto, La., 218; removing sunken vessels or craft obstruct-
ing or endangering navigation, 219.
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ. James B. QUINN, CORPS OF ENGINEERS
Inspection of the improvement of the South Pass of the Mississippi River, 219; Che-
functe River and Bogue Falia, La., 220; Tickta w River and its tributaries, La.,
221; Amite River and Bayou Manchac, La., 222; Bayou Lafourche, La., Bayou Ter-
rebonne, La., 223; Bayou Plaquemine, Grand River, and Pigeon bayous, La., 224 ;
Bayou Courtableau, La., 225; Bayou Teche, La., 226; channel, bay, and passes of
Bayou Vermillion, La., Mermentau River and tributaries, La., 227; mouth and
passes of Calcasieu River, La., 228; harbor at Sabine Pass, Tex., 230; Sabine River,
Tex., 231; Neches River, Tex., removing sunken vessels or craft obstructing or
endangering navigation, 232.
IN THE CHARGE OF CAPT. Join Millis, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Securing mouth of Bayou Plaquemine, La., from further caving, 232.
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ. A. M. Muller, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Entrance to Galveston Harbor, Tex., 233; ship channel in Galveston Bay, Tex., 234;
channel in West Galveston Bay, Tex., Trinity River, Tex., 233; Cedar Bayou, Tex.,
236; Buffalo Bayou, Tex., harbor at Brazos Santiago, Tex., 237.
IN THE CHARGE OF CAPT. J. H. WillarD, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Red River, La. and Ark., 238; Red River above Fulton, Ark., 240; Ouachita and
Black rivers, Ark, and La., 241; bayons D'Arbonne and Corney, La., Bayou Bar-
tholomew, La, and Ark., 242; Bauf River, La., 243; Tensas River and Bayou
Maçon, La., Big Black River, Miss., 244; Yazoo River, Miss., 245; mouth of Yazoo
River, Miss., 216; Tchula Lake, Miss., Tallahatchee River, Miss., 247; Steele and
Washington bayous, Miss., Big Suntlower River, Miss., 248; Big Hatchee River,
Tenn., 249; Forked Deer River, Tenu., water gauges on Mississippi River and its
principal tributaries, 250.
IN THE CHARGE OF CAPT. Carl F. PALFREY, CORPS OF ENGINEERS,
Removing obstructions in Arkansas River, 251; improving Arkansas River, Ark.,
Fourche 'Le Fevre, Ark., 252; Petit Jean River, Ark., White River, Ark., 253;
Cache River, Ark., Black River, Ark, and Mo., Current River, Ark, and Mo., 254;
St. Francis River, Ark., St. Francis River, Mo., 255.
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ. CHARLES J. ALLEN, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Removing snags and wrecks from Mississippi River, improving Mississippi River
between Ohio and Missouri rivers, 256; harbor at St. Louis, Mo., 258; Gasconade
River, Mo., 259; Osage River, Mo., Kaskaskia River, Ill., 260.
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ. A. MACKENZIE, CORPS OF ENGINEERS,
Operating snag boats and dredge boats on Upper Mississippi River, 261; improving
Mississippi River between Missouri River and Minneapolis, 262; Des Moines
Rapids, Mississippi River, operating and care of Des Moines Rapids Canal and
Dry Dock, operating and care of Galena River improvement, Ill., 263.
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ. W. A. JONES, CORPS OF ENGINEERS,
Mississippi River above Falls of St. Anthony, Minn., reservoirs at head waters of
Mississippi River, 264; Chippewa River, including Yellow Banks, Wis., St. Croix
River, Wis. and Minn., 266; Minnesota River, Minn., 267; Red River of the North,
Minn. and N. Dak., 268; gauging Mississippi River at or near St. Paul, Minn., 269.
IN THE CHARGE OF CAPT. HARRY F. HODGES, CORPS OF ENGINEERS,
Missouri River between the Great Falls, Mont., and Sioux City, Iowa, 270; renova
of snags and other obstructions in Missouri River above Sioux City, Iowa, 271;
examination of Missouri River between Three Forks and Canyon Ferry, Mont.,
Yellowstone River, Mont. and N. Dak., 272.
Obion River, Tenn., Tennessee River above Chattanooga, Tenn., 273; Tennesses
River below Bee Tree Shoals, Ala., 274; Hiwassee River, Tenn., 275; French
Broad River, Tenn., 276; Little Pigeon River, Tenn., Clinch River, Tenn., 277;
Cumberland River., Tenn. and Ky., 278; Caney Fork River, Tenn., 282.
IN THE CHARGE OF LIEUT. Col. Amos STICKNEY, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Ohio River, 285; operating snag boat on Ohio River, operating and care of Davis
Island Dam, Ohio River, near Pittsburg, l'a., movable dam in Ohio River below
mouth of Beaver River, Pa., movable Dam No. 2, Ohio River, 287; ice harbor at
mouth of Muskingum River, Ohio, Muskingum River, Ohio, 288; operating and
care of locks and dams on Muskingum River, Ohio, removing suiken vessels or
craft obstructing or endangering navigation, examinations, 289.
IN THE CHARGE OF CAPT. R. L. HOXIE, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Monongahela River, W. Va. and Pa., 290; operating and care of Locks and Dams
Nos. 8 and 9, Monongahela River, purchase of Lock and Dam No. 7, Monongahela
River, purchase of Lock and Dam No. 6, Monongahela River, Cheat River, W. Va.,
291; Allegheny River, Pa., dam at Herr Island, Allegheny River, near Pittsburg,
IN THE CHARGE OF CAPT. JAMES G. WARREN, CORPS OF ENGINEERS,
Falls of the Ohio River, at Louisville, Ky., 293; Indiana Chute, Falls of the Ohio
River, operating and care of Louisville and Portland Canal, Ky., 295; Wabash
River, Ind, and Ill., 296; White River, Ind., 297.