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362 REPORT OP THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, U. S. ARMY. tablished at various points to indicate to pilots, captains, and those interested in navigation, the stage of water on crossings and places of difficult navigation. On the 1st of...
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RIVER AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS 363 (Amount (estimated) required for completion of existing project........$325,000.00 I Amount that can be profitably expended in fiscal year ending June 30,1891 200,000.00 ]...
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364 REPOET OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, U. S. ARMY. f Amount required for completion of existing project................... f 16,000.00 J Amount that can be profitably expended in fiscal year ending June 30,1891 50J 000! 00 |...
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9 p. Includes selected pages of the Report of the Chief of Engineers for 1889.
1889-12-03
50th Congress, ) HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, i Ex. Doc. 1, 2d Session, j ' ( Part 2. REPORT SECRETARY OF WAR; BEING PART OF THE MESSAGE AND DOCUMENTS COMMUNICATED TO THE TWO HOUSES...
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ANNUAL KEPORT OF THE CHIEF OF ENGIKEEKS, UNITED STATES ARMY. 18 8 8.
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RIVER AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS. 301 Engineers. Lieut. Edward Burr, Corps of Engineers, has been on duty under the immediate orders of the officers in charge during the year. Supervising Engineer, Col. G. H. Mendell, Corps of...
2006-06-16
302 REPORT OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, U. S. ARMY. which will permit of the passage of boats up to a 20-foot stage of water in the river. This lock to be so arranged that additional structures may be made which will permit navigation at...
2006-06-16
RIVER AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS 303 July 1, 1887, amount available......................................... §1,269.94 Received from sale of fuze and caps to appropriation, improving Skagit aud other rivers, Washington...
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304 REPORT OP THE CHIEF OP ENGINEERS, U. S. ARMY. July 1, 1887, amount available.......................................... ©45 gg July 1, 1883, amount expended during fiscal year, exclusive of liabilities outstanding July 1,...
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RIVER AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS. 305 July 1,1887, amount available.......................................... $24,604.05 July 1,1888, amount expended during fiscal year, exclusive of liabilities outstanding July 1,...
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306 REPORT OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, U. S. ARMY. Amount appropriated by act of August 11,1888..........................$10 000.00 f Amount (estimated) required for completion of existing project....... 16,000.00 I Amount that can...
2006-06-16
46 p. Includes selected pages of the Report of the Chief of Engineers for 1888.
1888-12-03
53d Congress, ) HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. ( Ex. Doc. 1, 2d Session. J I Part 2. REPORT SECRETARY OF WAR; BEING PAKT OF THE MESSAGE AND DOCUMENTS COMMUNICATED TO THE TWO HOUSES OF...
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AISnSTUAL BEPOUT OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, UNITED STATES ARMY. 18 9 3.
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438 REPORT OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, IT. S. ARMY. The plan of improvement is to hold the channel in its southern posi- tion by building two high-tide stone jetties; the northern starting from the above-mentioned peninsula and the...
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RIVER AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS. 439 The Columbia was navigable all the year except when closed by ice; the Snake, however, was navigable only during high water, for three or for months in the spring. Previous to 1877 $20,000...
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440 REPORT OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, U. S. ARMY. right bank; the channel is also obstructed by masses of rock. The fall here is 10 feet in 8,000 feet. Priest Eapids include seven principal rapids in about 10 miles. The total fall...
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RIVEE AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS. 441 An estimate of the cost of a less radical improvement of the 42 miles from Monaghan Rapids to Foster Creek Rapids, amounting- to $980,000, is also presented by Capt. Symons. A report upon a...
2006-06-16
RIVER AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS. 445 transmitted to Congress and printed as House Ex. Doc. No. 92, Fifty- second Congress, second session. (See also Appendix V Y 19.) 2. Rogue River, Oregon, from Grants Pass to the mouth.—Capt....
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446 REPORT OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, U. S. ARMY. of September 19, 1890, was made by Capt. Symons March 15, 1893. (See p. 440.) ' 7. Kootenai River from Fry, Idaho, to international...
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RIVER AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS. 447 with deposits of earth.—Capt. Symons submitted report of examina- tion under date of October 13, 1892, He states that all requisite work for the removal, of obstructions and straightening of...
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448 REPORT OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, U. S. ARMY. In the last annual report it was mentioned that the jetty tramway- had reached the outer limit to which it was proposed to extend the jetty, 4% miles from the shore end at station 25+80,...
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RIVER AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS. 449 letting it take what slope it will in cross section under the action of the waves. To give greater permanence to the sand and to increase the quantity that may accumulate in the vicinity of...
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450 REPORT OP THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, U. S. ARMY. to suspend the delivery of materials on account of high water in the river. This stage continued to the end of the year. The results pro- duced by the dam and the effect of high water...
2006-06-16
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