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REPORT OF CAPT. D. W. LOCKWOOD, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
IMPROVEMENTS.-Kentucky River, Ky., 1770; operating and keeping in repair locks
and dams on the Kentucky River, Kv., 1775, Big Sandy River, W. Va. and Ky.,
1706 ; Guyandotte River, W. Va., 1791 ; Little Kanawha River, W. Va., 1792;
Buckhannon River, W. Va., 1794.
EXAMINATIONS AND SURVEYS.-Louisa [Levisa] Fork of Sandy River, Va., 1795 ;
Salt River, Ky., 1798.
APPENDIX F F.
REPORT OF MAJ, CHARLES E. L. B. DAVIS, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
IMPROVEMENTS. -Ashland Harbor, Wis., 1817; Ontanagon Harbor, Mich., 1819;
Eagle Harbor, Mich., 1821 ; establishment and maintenance of harbor-lines in Port-
age Lake, Mich., 1822; Marquette Harbor, Mich., 1831 ; harbor of refuge, Grand
Marais, Mich., 1832; Manistique Harbor, Mich., 1835; Cedar River Harbor, Mich.,
1835; Menomonee Harbor, Mich. and Wis., 1837; Oconto Harbor, Wis., 1839; Pen-
saukee Harbor, Wis., 1841; Green Bay Harbor, Wis., 1842; harbor of refuge at en-
trance of Sturgeon Bay Canal, Wis., 1844; Ahnapee Harbor, Wis., 1846; Kewaunee
Harbor, Wis., 1848; Two Rivers Harbor, Wis., 1850; Manitowoc Harbor, Wis.,
1851; Sheboygan Harbor, Wis., 1853; Port Washington Harbor, Wis., 1856.
REPORT OF CAPT. W. L. MARSHALL, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
IMPROVEMENTS.-Harbor of refuge, Milwaukee Bay, Wis., 1859; Milwaukee Har-
bor, Wis., 1862; Racine Harbor, Wis., 1865 ; Kenosha Harbor, Wis., 1866; Wauke-
gan Harbor, ill., 1867; Fox and Wisconsin rivers, Wis., 1869 ; operating and care of
locks and dams on the Fox and Wisconsin rivers, Wis., 1878; Chicago Harbor, Ill.,
1806; Calumet Harbor, Ill., 1888; Illinois River, Ill., 1889; Calumet River, Ill. and
Ind., 1896; surveys for Hennepin Canal, 1898.
REPORT OF MAJ. S. M. MANSFIELD, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
IMPROVEMENTS.-Charlevoix Harbor and entrance to Pine Lake, Mich., 1899; Frank-
ford Harbor, Mich., 1901 ; harbor of refuge at Portage Lake, Mich., 1903; Man.
istee Harbor, Mich., 1904 ; Ludington Harbor, Mich., 1905; Pentwater Harbor,
Mich.,1907; White River Harbor, Mich.,1908 ; Muskegon Harbor, Mich., 1910; Grand
Haven Harbor, Mich., 1911; Black Lake Harbor, Mich., 1913; Saugatuck Harbor,
Micb., 1914; South Haven Harbor, Mich., 1916; Saint Joseph Harbor, Mich., 1917
Michigan City Harbor, Ind., 1919.
REPORT OF LIEUT. COL. O. M. POE, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
IMPRONEMENTS.–St. Mary's Falls Canal and River, Mich., 1924; operating and care
of St. Mary's Falls Canal, Mich., 1987; Dry-clock at St. Mary's Falls Canal, Mich.,
1953; Hay Lake Channel, St. Mary's River, Mich., 1954; harbor at Sbeboygan,
Michi., 1958; harbor at Thunder Bay, Mich., 1961 ; harbor at Au Sable, Mich., 1962;
Saginaw River, Mich., 1963 ; harbor of refuge at Sand Beach, Lake Huron, Mich.,
1968; steam-launch or tug for harbor of refnge at Sand Beach, Lake Haron, Mich.,
1972; ice-barbor of refuge at Belle River, Mich., 1972; Clinton River, Mich., 1973;
St. Clair Flats Canal, Mich., 1975; operating and care of St. Clair Flats Canal,
Mich., 1976; Grosse Point Channel, Mich., 1978; Detroit River, Mich., 1978.
REPORT OF MAJ. L. COOPER OVERMAN, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
IMPROVEMENTS.-Monroe Harbor, Mich., 1981 ; Toledo Harbor, Ohio, 1983; Port Clin-
ton Harbor, Ohio, 1986; Sandusky City Harbor, Ohio, 1988; Sandusky River, Ohio,
1996; Huron Harbor, Ohio, 1997; Vermillion Harbor, Ohio, 1998; Black River
Harbor, Ohio, 1999; Rocky River, Ohio, 2001; Cleveland Harbor, Ohio, 2001; Fair.
port Harbor, Ohio, 2011; Ashtabula Harbor, Ohio, 2013; Conneaut Harbor,, Ohio,
APPENDIX L L.
REPORT OF CAPT. FREDERICK A. MAHAN, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
IMPROVEMENTS.-Erie Harbor, Pa., 2017; Dunkirk Harbor, N. Y., 2024; Buffalo
Harbor, N. Y., 2028; Niagara River, N. Y., 2056; Wilson Harbor, N. Y., 2057; Olcott
Harbor, N. Y., 2039; Oak Orchard Harbor, N. Y., 2062.
EXAMINATION AND SURVEY.-Tonawanda Harbor and Niagara River, N. Y., betweon
Black Rock and Tonawanda, with a view to a 16-foot channel, 2064.
REPORT OF CAPT. CARL F. PALFREY, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
IMPROVEMENTS.-Charlotte Harbor, N. Y., 2069; Pultneyville, N. Y., 2073; Great
Sodus Harbor, N. Y., 2075; Little Sodus Harbor, N. Y., 2079; Oswego Harbor, N.
Y., 2082; Sackett's Harbor, N. Y., 2086.
REPORT OF MAJ. MILTON B. ADAMS, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
IMPROVEMENTS.–Ogdensburgh Harbor, N. Y., 2089; Grass River (at Massena), N. Y.,
2092; breakwater at Rouse's Point, Lake Champlain, N. Y., 2093; Swanton Har-
bor, Vt., 2094; breakwater at Gordon's Landing, Lake Champlain, Vt., 2095; Platts-
burgh Harbor, N. Y., 2097; Burlington Harbor, Vt., 2098; Otter Creek, Vt., 2100;
Ticonderoga River, N. Y., 2101; Narrows at Lake Champlain, N. Y. and Vt., 2102.
REPORT OF COL. G. H. MENDELL, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
IMPROVEMENTS.-Oakland Harbor, Cal., 2105 ; Redwood Harbor, Cal., 2108; survey of
San Francisco Harbor, San Pablo and Suisun bays, Straits of Carquinez, and
mouths of Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers, Cal., 2108.
REPORT OF MAJ. W. H. H. BENYAURD, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
IMPROVEMENTS.-Wilmington Harbor, Cal., 2111; San Diego Harbor, Cal., 2114.
EXAMINATION AND SURVEYS.-Entrance and outer bar at San Diego, Cal., 2114;
Newport Harbor, Cal., 2118; San Pedro Bay, Cal., 2122.
REPORT OF MAJ. WILLIAM H. HEUER, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
IMPROVEMENTS.—San Joaquin River, Stockton and Mormon sloughs, Cal., 2129;
Mokelumue River, Cal., 2131; Sacramento and Feather rivers, Cal., 2132 ; Pota-
luma Creek, Cal., 2133; Humboldt Harbor and Bay, Cal., 2135.
REPORT OF CAPT. WILLARD YOUNG, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
IMPROVEMENTS.--Mouth of Coquille River, Oregon, 2137; entrance to Coos Bay, Oro-
gon, 2141; Umpqua River, Oregon, 2144; entrance to Yaquina Bay, Oregen, 2146.
EXAMINATION AND SURVEY.—Tillamook Bay and Bar, Oregon, 2150.
REPORT OF MAJ. THOMAS H. HANDBURY, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
IMPROVEMENTS.—Mouth of the Columbia River, Oregon and Wash., 2155; construc-
tion of canal at the Cascades, Columbia River, Oregon, 2161; Chehalis River, Wash.,
2174; Skagit, Steilaquamuish, Nootsack, Snohomish, and Snoqualmie rivers, Wash.,
2176; gauging waters of the Columbia River, Oregon, 2177.
EXAMINATIONS.-Wood River, Oregon, 2177 ; Link River, Oregon, 2179.
REPORT OF MAJ. WILLIAM A. JONES, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
IMPROVEMENTS.--Columbia and Lower Willamette Rivers, below Portland, Oregon,
2185; Upper Willametto River, Oregon, 2187; Upper Columbia and Snake Rivers,
Oregon and Wash., 2188; Lower Clearwater River, Idaho, 2189; Cowlitz River,
Q. A. GILLMORE, Colonel of Engineers, Byt. Maj. Gen. U. S. A. (president until his
death, April 7, 1888),
C. B. CYSTOCK, Lieut. Col. of Engineers, Bvt. Brig. Gen. U. S. A. (president from
CHARLES R. SUTER, Lieut. Col. of Engineers, U. S. A.,
0. H. Ernst, Major of Engineers, U. S. A. (from May 15, 1888),
Mr. HENRY MITCIIELL, U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey,
Mr. B. M. IIARROD, Civil Engineer,
Mr. S. W. FERGUSON, Civil Engineer,
Mr. ROBERT S. TAYLOR,
ANNUAL REPORT FOR THE FISCAL YEAR-
Survey and examinations, 2214; Construction-General service, first district, 2214 ;
second district, third district, 2215; fourth district, 2217; remarks, 2218; list of ap-
pendices, list of plates, 2219; effect of overflow on velocity and flood height, 2220;
elevations and descriptions of secondary triangulation stations, Cairo to Donald-
sonville, 2232 ; geographical positions of tertiary points, Keokuk to Cairo, 2244 ;
High-water marks of 1888, 2230; low-water gauge-readings, 1887–88, 2251; table of
low-water soundings on bars, 1836–87, 2251; report of coinmittee on construction,
2252; operations in the first district, 2262; operations in the second district, 2270 ;
operations in the third district, 2276; operations in the fourth district, 2294.
CHARLES R. SUTER, Lieut. Col. of Engineers, U. S. A., president,
ALEX. MACKENZIE, Major of Engineers, U. S. A.,
0. H. Ernst, Major of Engineers, U. S. A.,
Mr. G. C. BROADHEAD,
Mr. WM. J. BROATCH,
Surveys, construction, 2313; plant, surveys at special localities, recommendations,
2314; money statement, 2315; report of the secretary, 2317; report of the secretary
on precise leveling, 2327; description of elevations and bench-marks, 2328; phys-
ical data, 2355; report of the president, 2356; reports of operations by assistant
engineers, 2357, 2359.
APPENDIX W W.
Report of the Board of Engineers relative to the construction of certain bridges
across the Missouri, Mississippi, and Illinois rivers, 2371; bridge across Staten Isl.
and Sound, known as Arthur Kill, 2421; report of Board of Engineers on Senate
bill No. 1850, Fiftieth Congress, first session, to authorize the construction of a bridge
across the waters of Arthur Kill at or near the town of Westtield, Staten Island,
2430; highway bridge across that part of the waters of Lake Champlain lying be-
tween the towns of North Hero and Alburgb, Vt., 2431; bridge of the Kansas City,
Topeka and Western Railroad Company across Missouri River at Sibley, Mo., 2438;
bridge of the Chicago, Saint Louis and New Orleans Railroad Company across the
Ohio River at East Cairo, Ky., 2436; free wagon bridge across the Cumberland
River near the city of Nashville, Tenn., 2438; bridge of the Ohio River Railroad
Company across Great Kanawha River, near Point Pleasant, W. Va.,
across the west channel of the Detroit River, to connect Belle Island Park with the
mainland, 2450; international bridge of the Sault Sainte Marie Bridge Company
across Sainte Marie River, 2456; bridge of the Nebraska Railway Company across
Missouri River at Nebraska City, 2464 ; combined railway and wagon bridge of the
Omaba and Council Bluffs Railway and Bridge Company across Missouri River
between Omaha, Nebr., and Council Bluffs, Iowa, 2467 ; bridge of the New York
and Long Island Bridge Company across the East River between the city of
New York and Long Island, 2470; bridge of the Ohio Valley Rai' ay Com-
pany across the Tradewater River, Ky., 2472; bridge of the Sioux ,ity Bridge
Company across the Missouri River at Sioux City, Iowa, 2474 ; hig way bridge
of the Central Railway and Bridge Company of Newport, Ky., across the Ohio
River, between Cincinnati, Ohio, and Newport, Ky., 2480 ; bridges of the Geor-
gia Pacific Railroad Company across the Sunflower and Yazoo rivers, 2485; high
bridge across the Mississippi River at Dubuque, Iowa, 2492; bridge of the Ohio
Connecting Railway Company across the Ohio River, near the mouth of Cork's
Run, in Allegheny County, Pa., 2497; bridge of the Georgia Pacific Railway Com-
pany across the Tombigbee River at Waverly, Miss., 2507; bridge of the Memphis
and Charleston Railroad Company across the Tennessee River at Chattanooga,
Tenn., 2510; bridge of the Kansas City and Memphis Railway and Bridge Company
across the Mississippi River at Memphis, Tenn., 2514; reports respecting interfer-
ences with navigation by bridges, causeways, and other structures, 25:25.