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SUPEEVISION OF THE HAEBOE OF NEW YOEK. 395 3. Columbia River, from the mouth of Willamette River to the upper limits of the city of Vancouver, Washington, with a view of establishing a ship channel.—The improvement proposed...
2006-06-16
396 REPORT OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, U. S. ARMY. to prevent such deleterious deposits within 15 miles of the Sandy Hook Light-ship, or in less than 16 fathoms of water. To prevent such dump ing, especially beyond the...
2006-06-16
HARBOR LINES. 399 MODIFICATION OF HARBOR LINES IN SOUTH BRANCH OF ELIZABETH RIVER AT THE NAVY-YARD, NORFOLK, VIRGINIA. The Navy Department, June 21, 1892, requested that the harbor lines...
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402 REPORT OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, U. S. ARMY. A slight modification of the approved plan, increasing the width of the draw span 5£ inches, and modifying the masonry construction, sub- mitted by the company January 23,...
2006-06-16
BRIDGING NAVIGABLE WATERS. 403 and location submitted October 24,1891; approved by the Secretary of War December 23, 1891; copy sent to Maj. Thomas H. Handbury, Corps of Engineers, December 29, 1891. 18....
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BEIDOING NAVIGABLE WATEES. 409 War August 15, 1892; copy sent to Capt. Thomas W. Syinons, Corps of Engineers, August 18, 1892. 58. Bridge of the Washington, Alexandria and Mount Vernon Electric Railway...
2006-06-16
20 p. Includes selected pages of the Report of the Chief of Engineers for 1892.
1892-12-03
52d Congress, ) HOUSE OF EEPEE SENT ATI YES. ( Ex. Doc. 1, 1st Session. ] \ Part 2. REPORT SECRETARY OF WAR; BEING PART OF THE MESSAGE AND DOCUMENTS...
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ANNUAL REPOBT OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEEKS, UNITED STATES AEMY. 1891. ENG 91-------X
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EIVEE AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS. 405 No work was done and no results were obtained during the year. The amount appropriated for the improvement of Tillamook Bay is $5,700 in two acts. A special project is...
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406 REPORT OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, U. 6, ARMY. Amount expended on project to June 30, 1890, was $130,695.75. The results obtained to Juue 30, 1890, consisted in the. removal of many bars and the improvement of most of...
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RIVER AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS. 407 the channel of the river, deflecting the current and causing it to impinge upon the vertical rocks of the right bank. Masses of rock exist in the channel in and about the main rapids....
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412 KEPOKT OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, U. S. ARMY. of the cost of such improvement heretofore made under the direction of the Secretary of War, in pursuance of the previous action ©f Congress, and to report to the Secre- tary...
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RIVER AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS. 413 25 feet. The plane of reference being the mean of lowest low waters. At the end of last fiscal year the shortest distance from the 30-foot curve on the outside to the same on the...
2006-06-16
414 KEPOKT OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, U. S. ARMY. 2. Construction of canal at the Cascades, Columbia River, Oregon.__ The general scope of the improvement which it is desired to effect at the Cascades of the Columbia Eiver includes a...
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RIVER AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS. 415 The funds now available will be substantially exhausted by the end of November in the operations connected with the construction of the north side of the lower lock and guard...
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416 EEPORT OF THE.CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, U. S. ARMY. { Amount (estimated) required for completion of existing project___$1,745,500.00 I Amount that can beprofitably expended in fiscal yearendiag June 30, {...
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RIVER AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS. 417 are now practically finished. The project and estimate for the improve- ment will be submitted when completed. With the funds now available for work under the present project it is. proposed...
2006-06-16
418 REPOET OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, U. S. ARMY. the old dam through which the river at that place rushes during low stages. The velocity here is sometimes too great for the power of the boats. The chute was widened 60 feet, with an...
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RIVER AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS. 419 River, which gave the most trouble at low-water stages. By scrapiug away the gravel and concentrating the scattered water into one chan- nel by means of cheaply constructed wing...
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420 REPORT OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, U. S. ARMY. board in that city. These show the stage of water and condition as to roughness on the bar at the mouth of the river, and are of great ser- vice to commerce. July 1, 1890, balance...
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RIVER AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS. 421 The required preliminary examinations of the following localities were made by the local engineer iu charge, Major Handbury, and reports thereon submitted through Col. Gr. H....
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BRIDGING NAVIGABLE WATERS. 429 20,1889, (See Annual Report of the Chief of Engineers for 1889, page 372). The act of July 25,1890, authorized the construction of a pivot draw- bridge instead of the ponton...
2006-06-16
16 p. Includes selected pages of the Report of the Chief of Engineers for 1891.
1891-12-03
52d Congress, ) HOUSE OF BEPKESENTATIVES. (Ex. Doc.l, 2d Session. ] \ Part 2. REPORT SECRETARY OF WAR; BEING PART OF THE MESSAGE AND DOCUMENTS COMMUNICATED TO THE TWO HOUSES OF...
2006-06-16
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