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1416 REPORT OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, U. S. ARMY. The total amount expended during the fiscal year was $5,887, of which $1,263.59 was applied to maintenance under the old project and the balance ($4,623.41) to improvement under the...
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RIVER AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS. 1417 in connection with the improvement and maintenance of the Cowlitz, Lewis, and Clatskanie Kivers, in accordance with the report sub- mitted in the document last referred to in above table....
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1418 REPORT OP THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, U. S. ARMY. Cowlitz, Lewis, and Clatskanie Rivers reference is invited to reports on improvements of these streams, pages 1411, 1414, and 1409. The river and harbor act of July 25, 1912,...
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EIVER AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS. 1419 A report of an examination and survey is printed in the Annual Report of the Chief of Engineers for 1891, page 3385. (No maps.) No modification has been made in the existing project. No...
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1420 REPORT OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, TJ. S. ARMY. EXAMINATIONS AND SURVEY MADE IN COMPLIANCE WITH RIVER AND HARBOR ACT APPROVED JULY 25, 1912. Eeports on preliminary examinations and survey required by the river and harbor act...
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EIVER AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS. 1449 lit.. Columbia River between Wenatchee and Bridgeport, Wash.— The Columbia River between Wenatchee and Bridgeport, Wash., is about 80 miles in.length, has sufficient depth for all purposes of navi-...
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1450 REPORT OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, V. S. ARMY. 15. Columbia River between Bridgeport and Kettle Falls, Wash.— The river between the places mentioned is 162 miles long and is navigable for vessels at certain stages of water. The...
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RIVER AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS. 1451 July 1, 1913, balance unexpended____________________________$42,791.09 Received from sales_______________________________________ . 40 42, 791. 49 June 30, 1914, amount expended...
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50 p. Includes selected pages of the Report of the Chief of Engineers for 1914.
2022-12-03
51st Congress, \ HOUSE OF EEPBESENTATIVES. ( Ex. Doc. 1, 2d Session, f { Part 2. REPORT SECRETARY OF WAR; BEING PART OF THE MESSAGE AND DOCUMENTS COMMUNICATED TO THE TWO HOUSES...
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ANNUAL KEPOKT OE" THE CHIEF OF ENGINEEKS, TXHITED STATES AEMT. 1 8 9 O.
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322 REPORT OF THE CHIEF OF" ENGINEERS, U. S. ARMY. ISTo work except of a preliminary character was done, and no results obtained. Amount expended during year ending June 30, 1890, was $4,68.7.76. During the year 1,148.5 feet of...
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RIVER AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS. 323 outside of Long Crossing Bar is now 3 feet. This depth I consider sufficient for present purposes. Expended during year ending June 30, 1890, $991.36, the larger por- tion of which was...
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RIVER AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS. 325 IMPROVEMENT OF THE MOUTH OP THE COLUMBIA RIVER, OREGON AND WASHINGTON—CONSTRUCTION OF CASCADES CANAL, COLUMBIA RIVER—IMPROVEMENT OF THE COLUMBIA AND WILLAMETTE RIV- ERS BELOW PORTLAND, OREGON;...
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326 EEPORT OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, U. S. ARMY, The effect of the jetty already constructed is now very marked in the building up of Clatsop Spit and in the concentration of the outflowing waters over the bar. In the vicinity of...
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RIVER AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS. 327 The difference of level is to be overcome by a lock with available chamber of 462 feet by 90 feet. The excavation for this chamber and the upper and lower canals lead- ing to it, for their...
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328 REPORT OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, U. S. ARMY. having a depth of 20 feet, shall be maintained by means of permanent constructions, which shall protect the banks, contract the water-way, direct the currents, and control the amount of...
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EIVER AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS. 329 July 1. 1889, amount available......................................... $4,036.48 July 1, 1890, amount expended during fiscal year, exclusive of liabilities outstanding July 1,...
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9 p. Includes selected pages of the Report of the Chief of Engineers for 1890.
1890-12-03
51st Congress, ) HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, i Ex. Doc. 1, 1st Session. j ( Part 2. REPORT SECRETARY OF WAR; BEING PART OF THE MESSAGE AND DOCUMENTS...
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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, UHITED STATES ARMY. 18 8 9.
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358 REPORT OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, U. S. ARMY. ment, and the public necessity therefor being apparent from the facts and reasons reported, which are concurred in by the Chief of Engineers Captain Young was charged...
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EIVER AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS. 359 and stable channel, and 30 feet are desirable for the deep vessels needed by the Columbia Eiyer trade. The jetty proper is now under construction for a little more than 1£...
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360 REPORT OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, U. S. ARMY. be made, which will permit navigation at higher stages. So far as is contemplated for the present, the first part of the project is completed. The principal work done during the year...
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RIVER AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS. 361 but from 6 to 12 inches. No attempt has been made to improve these shoals. A light-draught vessel with crew was hired for this work last fall and operated about two weeks...
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