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Officers constituting Board; Coast defenses, 55; RECAPITULATION, 57; Esti-
MATES, New York, Philadelphia, Boston, 58; Baltimore, 59; Torpedo defense,
59; SUMMARY OF OPERATIONS, 61; estimates for heavy guns and emplace-
ments, 62; estimates for gun emplacements, excluding armor, guns, and
BOARD OF ENGINEERS FOR THE PACIFIC COAST.
IN CHARGE OF COL. C. E. BLUNT, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Lubec Channel, Me., 67; Moos-a-bec Bar, Me., 68; Belfast Harbor, Me., Rock-
land Harbor, Me., 69; Cathance River, Me., Royal River, Me., Portland
Harbor, Me., 70; Kennebunk River, Me., Portsmouth Harbor, N. H., 71;
Cocheco River, N. H., Lamprey River, N. H., 72; examinations and surveys,
IN CHARGE OF MAJ, CHARLES W. RAYMOND, CORPS OF ENGINEER8-
Newburyport Harbor, Mass., 73; Merrimac River, Mass., 74; Scituate Harbor,
Mass., Boston Harbor, Mass., 75; Plymouth Harbor, Mass., 76; Provincetown
Harbor, Mass., Lynn Harbor, Mass., 77; Malden River, Mass., removal of
sunken vessel obstructing navigation, 78; examinations and surveys, 78.
IN CHARGE OF LIEUT. COL. GEORGE H. ELLIOT, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Hyannis Harbor, Mass., Nantucket Harbor, Mass., 79; Wood's Holl, Mass., 81;
Wareham Harbor, Mass., 82; Taunton River, Mass., 83; Pawtucket River,
R. I., 84; Providence River and Narragansett Bay, R. I., 85; Newport Harbor,
R. I., 87; Block Island Harbor, 88; Little Narragansett Bay, R. I. and Conn.,
89; Stonington Harbor, Conn., 90; examinations and surveys, 91.
IN CHARGE OF LIEUT. COL. WALTER MCFARLAND, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Thames River, Conn., New London Harbor, Conn., 92; Connecticut River, Mass.
and Conn., 93; Clinton Harbor, Conn., New Haven Harbor, Conn., 94; Break-
water at New Haven, Conn., Milford Harbor, Conn., 95; Housatonic River,
Conn., 96; Bridgeport Harbor, Conn., Southport Harbor, Conn., Norwalk
Harbor, Conn., 97; Mamaroneck Harbor, N. Y., Port Jefferson Harbor, N. Y.,
98; Greenport Harbor, N. Y., 99; examinations and surveys, 99.
IN CHARGE OF BRIG. GEN. JOHN NEWTON, CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, Byr. MAJ.
GEN., U. S. A.-
Removing obstructions in East River and Hell Gate, New York, 100.
IN CHARGE OE CAPT. JAMES MERCUR, CORPS OF ENGINEERS,
Hudson River, N. Y., 101; Rondout Harbor, N. Y., Buttermilk Channel, N. Y.,
102; Harlem River, N. Y., Gowanus Bay, N. Y., 103; Echo Harbor, New Ro-
chelle, N. Y., 104; harbor at New Rochelle, N. Y., Port Chester Harbor, N. Y.,
105; examinations and surveys, 105.
IN CHARGE OF MAJ. GEORGE L. GILLESPIE, CORPS OF ENGINEERS, BVT. LIEUT.
COL., U. S. A.-
Flushing Bay, N. Y., 106; Newtown Creek, N. Y., East Chester Creek, N. Y., 107;
Canarsie Bay, N. Y., 108; Sheepshead Bay, N. Y., 109; Sumpawanus Inlet,
N. Y., Cheesequakes Creek, N.J., 110; Passaic River above Newark, N. J.,
111; Passaic River from Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge to its mouth, X.J., 112;
Channel between Staten Island and New Jersey, 113; Shrewsbury River, N.
J., 114; Rahway River, N.J., Elizabeth River, N. J., 115; Woodbridge Creek,
V. J., Manasquan River, N.J., 116; Raritan Bay, N.J., 117; Raritan River,
N.J., 118; Mattawan Creek, N. J., 119; Keyport Harbor, N. J., South River,
N.J., 120; removal of sunken vessels obstructing or endangering navigation,
121; examinations and surveys, 122.
IN CHARGE OF. MAJ. W. H. HEUER, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Delaware River, between Trenton, N.J., and Bridesburg, Pa., 122; Delaware
River, below Bridesburg, Pa., 12:3; Delaware River, at Schooner Ledge, Del-
aware River, near Cherry Island Flats, 126; Frankford Creek, Pa., Schuylkill
River, Pa., 127 ; Ice Harbor at Marcus Hook, Pa., Ice Harbor at Chester, Pa.,
Ice Harbor at New Castle, Del., 128; Ice Harbor at Reedy Island, Del., 129;
Wilmington Harbor, Del., Broadkiln River, Del., 130; Mispillion Creek, Del.,
Dack Creek, Del., 131 ; Cohansey Creek, N. J., Salem River, N. J., 132; Ran.
cocas River, N.J., Saint Jones River, Del., 133; Maurice River, N. J., Mantna
Creek, N.J., 134; Woodbury Creek, N. J., Raccoon River, N. J., Indian River,
Del., 135; north branch of Susquehanna River, Pa., 136; construction of iron
pier in Delaware Bay, near Lewes, Del., Delaware Breakwater Harbor, Del.,
removal of wrecks from Delaware Bay and River, 137; removing sunken ves-
sels obstructing or endangering navigation; Port Warden's Lines, Philadel-
phia, Pa., 138; examinations and surveys, 138.
IN CHARGE OF LIEUT. COL. WILLIAM P. CRAIGHILL, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Susquehanna River, near Havre de Grace, Md., 139; Elk River, Md., 140; Cor-
sica Creek, Md., Chester River, at Kent Island Narrows, Md., Chester River,
Md., from Spry's Lauding to Crumpton, 141; improving channel to Baltimore,
Ma., 142; Harbor of Annapolis, Md., 143; Choptank River, between Denton
and Greensborough, Md., harbor of Cambridge, Md., 144; Upper Thorough-
fare, between Deil's Island and the mainland, Broad Creek, Del., from the
mouth to Laurel, Wicomico River, Md., 145; James River, Va., 146; Appo.
mattox River, Va., 147; Shenandoah River, W. Va., 148; New River, from
the mouth of Wilson, in Grayson County, Va., to mouth of Greenbrier River,
W. Va., Great Kanawha River, W. Va., 149; Elk River, W. Va., Cape Fear
River, N. C., 150; removing sunken vessels obstructing or endangering navi-
gation, 151; examinations and surveys, 151.
IN CHARGE OF MR. S. T. ABERT, U. S. CIVIL ENGINEER-
Channel at Mount Vernon, Va., 154; Neabsco Creek, Va., Breton Bay, Leonard-
town, Md., Nomini Creek, Va., 155; harbor at entrance of Saint Jerome's
Creek, Ma., Rappahannock River, Va., 156; Totusky River, Va., 157; Urbana
Creek, Va., Mattaponi River, Va., Pamunkey River, Va., 158; York River,
Va., Chickahominy River, Va., 159; Staunton River, Va., 160 ; Dan River,
between Madison, N. C., and Danville, Va., Roanoke River, N. C., 161; French
Broad River, N.C., 162; examinations and surveys, 163.
IN CHARGE OF CAPT. F. A. HINMAX, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Harbor at Norfolk, Va., 163; improving approach to Norfolk Harbor and the
United States navy-yard, between Lambert's Point and Fort Norfolk, 164;
Archer's Hope River, Va., Blackwater River, Va., Nottaway River, Va., 165;
North Landing River, Va. and N. C., Meherrin River, N. c., 166; Currituck
Sound, Coanjok Bay, North River Bar, N. C., Scuppernong River, N. C.,
167; Edenton Bay, N. C., Pamplico and Tar rivers, N. C., 108; Neuse River,
IN CHARGE OF CAPT. F. A. HINMAN, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-Continued.
N. C., Beaufort Harbor, N. C., 169; line of inland navigation from New Berne
to Beaufort Harbor, N. C., via Clubfoot, Harlowe, and Newport rivers, Trent
River, N. C., 171; Contentnea Creek, N. C., Cape Fear River, from Wilming-
ton to Fayetteville, N. C., 172; Lillington River, N. C., Yadkin River, N. C.,
173; New River, N. C., Great Pee Dee River, S. C., 174; Waccamaw River,
S. C., Santee River, S. C., 175; Wateree River, S. C., 176; Georgetown Har-
bor, S. C., 177; examinations and surveys, 177.
IN CHARGE OF COL. Q. A. GILLMORE, CORPS OF ENGINEERS, Bvt. MAJ. Gen.,
U. S. A.-
Charleston Harbor, S. C., 178; Wappoo Cut, 8. C., Edisto River, S. C., 180;
Salkiehatchie River, S. C., 181; Ashley River, S. C., 182; Savannah Harbor
and River, Ga., 183; Savannah River, Ga., 184; Savannah River above Au-
gusta, Ga., 185 ; Saint Augustine Creek (Thunderbolt River), Ga., Romerly
Marsh, Ga., 186; Altamala River, Ga., 187; Brunswick Harbor, Ga., 188;
entrance to Cumberland Sound, Ga. and Fla., 199; inside passage between
Fernandina and Saint John's River, Fla., Saint John's River, Fla., 190; Vo-
lusin Bar, Fla., 192; Upper Saint John's River, Fla., 193; examinations and
GULF OF MEXICO.
IN CHARGE OF MAJ. A. N. DAMRELL, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Mobile Harbor, Ala., 194 ; Pensacola Harbor, Fla., Key West Harbor, Fla., 195;
Chattahoochee River, Ga. and Ala., Flint River, Ga., 196; Appalachicola River,
Fla., Appalachicola Bay, Fla., 197; Tampa Bay, Fla., Suwanee River, Fla.,
Choctawhatchee River, Ala. and Fla., 198; Cababa River, Ala., 199; Talla-
poosa River, Ala., Old Town Creek, Miss., 200; La Grange Bayou, Fla., With-
lacoochee River, Fla., Caloosahatchee River, Fla., Peas Creek, Fla., 201 ; Es-
cambia and Conecul rivers, Fla. and Ala., 202; Alabama River, Ala., Warrior
and Tombigbee rivers, Ala. and Miss., 203 ; Tombigbee River above Columbus,
Miss., Noxubee River, Miss., 204; Pascagoula River, Miss., Manatee River, Fla.,
205; roadstead leading into Back Bay of Biloxi, Miss., removing sunken ves-
sels obstructing or endangering navigation, 206; examinations and surveys,
IN CHARGE OF CAPT. THOMAS TURTLE, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Inspection of the improvement at the Sonth Pass of the Mississippi River, 206;
Sabine Pass and Blue Buck Bar, Tex., 207; Sabine River, La. and Tex., Neches
River, Tex., 208.
IN CHARGE OF MAJ. Amos STICKNEY, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Pearl River from Jackson to Carthage, Miss., Pearl River below Jackson, Miss.,
209; Amite River, La., Tangipahoa River, La., 210; Tchefuncte River, La.,
Ticktaw River, La., 211; Bayon Teche, La.,, connecting Bayou Teche with
Grand Lake at Charenton, La., 212; Bayou Black, La., Bayou Courtableau,
La., 213; Bayou Terrebonne, La., Bayou La Fourche, Lä., 214; Calcasieu
River, La., Calcasieu Pass, La., 215; examinations and surveys, 216.
IN CHARGE OF MAJ. S. M. MANSFIELD, CORPS OF ENGINEERS, Bvt. LIEUT.
Co., U. S. A.-
Entrance to Galveston Harbor, Tex., 216; ship-channel in Galveston Bay, Tex.,
Trinity River, Tex., 217 ; Buttalo Bayou, Tex., channel over the bar at mouth
of Brazos River, Tex., 218: Pass Cavallo Inlet to Matagorda Bay, Tex., Aran-
sas Pass and Bay up to Rockport and Corpus Christi, Tex., 219; harbor at
Brazos Santiago, Tex., protection of river bank at Fort Brown, Tex., 220.
IN CHARGE OF MAJ. A. M. MILLER, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Red River, La., Ouachita River, Ark. and La., 221; Bayou Bartholomew, La, and
Ark., Beruf River, La., 222; Tensas River, La., Cypress Bayou, Tex. and La.,
Yazoo River, Miss., 223; Big Sunflower River, Miss., Tchula Lake, Miss., Tal-
lahatchee River, Miss., 224; Cold water River, Miss., Yallabusha River, Miss.,
Big Hatchee River, Tenv., 225; South Forked Deer River, Tenn., water-gauges
on the Mississippi River and its principal tributaries, 226; examinations and
IN CHARGE OF MAJ. MILTON B. ADAMS, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Removing snags, &c., from Arkansas River, Ark., 227; White and Saint Francis
rivers, Årk., 928; Arkansas River at Pine Bluffaud Fort Smith, Ark., Arkansas
River between Fort Smith, Ark., and Wichita, Kans., 229; White River be-
tween Jacksonport and Buffalo Shoais, Ark., White River above Buttalo Shoals,
Ark., 230; L'Anguille River, Ark., Black River, Ark, and Mo., Saline River,
Ark., 231; examinations and surveys, 232.
IN CHARGE OF MAJ. 0. H. Ernst, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Mississippi River, between the Illinois and Ohio rivers, 232; harbor and Missis-
sippi River at Alton, Mississippi River opposite the city of Saint Louis, Mo.,
234; Mississippi River at or near Cape Girardeau, Mo., and Minton Point, III.,
Osage River, Kans, and Mo., 235.
IN CHARGE OF MAJ. CHARLES R. SUTER, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Removing snags and wrecks froin the Mississippi and Missouri rivers, 236; Mis-
souri River from its month to Sioux City, Iowa, &c., survey of Missouri River
from its mouth to Fort Benton, Mont., Gasconade River, Mo., 237.
IN CHARGE OF CAPT. JAMES B. QUINN, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Missouri River from Sioux City to Fort Benton, Mont., 237; Yellowstone River,
Mout, and Dak., 23.
IN CHARGE OF MAJ. ALEXANDER MACKENZIE, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Upper Mississippi River, operations of snag-boat, &c., 238; Mississippi River
from Saint Panl to the Des Moines Rapids, Mississippi River from Des Moines
Rapids to month of Illinois River, 239; harbors of refuge on Lake Pepin, re-
moval of bar in Mississippi River opposite Dubuque, Iowa, ice harbor at D-
buque, Iowa, 240; Rock Island Rapids, Mississippi Riter, harbor at Rock Isl-
and, III., harborat Muscatine, Iowa, 241; Des Moines Rapids, Mississippi River,
operating and care of Des Moines Rapids Canal, 242; dry dock at the Des
Moines Rapids Canal, Mississippi River at Quincy, 11., Quincy Bay, II., 243 ;
examinations and surveys, 244.
TEST OF THE ADAMS FLUME.
IN CHARGE OF Maj. CHARLES J. ALLEN, Corps of ENGINEERS-
Preservation of Falls of Saint Anthony, Minn., 244; Mississippi River above the
Falls of Saint Anthony, Minn., constration of lock and dam on Mississippi
River at Meeker's Island, Miun., 245; Chippewa River, Wis., Chippewa River
at Yellow Banks, Wis., 246; Saint Croix River below Taylor's Falls, Mimv. and
Wis., Minnesota River, Mind., 247; Red River of the North, Minn, and Dak..
lock and dam at Goose Rapids on Red River of the North, Mim. anit Dak., 248;
reservoirs upon the head waters of the Mississippi River and its tributaries,
249; surveys for reservoirs at the sources of the Mississippi, Saint Croix, Chip-
pewa, and Wisconsin rivers, 250 ; examinations and surveys, 250.
IN CHARGE OF MAJ. WILLIAM R. KING, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Tennessee River, 250; Cumberland River, 252; Hiwassee River, French Broad
River, Tenn., 254; Clinch River, Tenn., Duck River, Tenn., Obey's River. Tem..
255; Caney Fork River, Tenn., Coosa River, Ga. and Ala., 256; Oostenaula and
Coosawattee rivers, Ga., Ocmulgee River, Ga., 257; Oconee River, Ga., 258;
Red River, Tenn., Little Tennessee River, Tenn., South Fork Cumberland
River, Ky., 259; examinations and surveys, 260.
IN CHARGE OF LIEUT. COL. WILLIAM E. MERRILL, CORPS OF ENGINEERS,
Bvt. COL., U. S. A.-
Ohio River, 260 ; operating and care of Louisville and Portland Canal, 261 ;
falls of the Ohio River at Louisville, Ky., Monongahela River, W. Va. and Pa.,
Allegheny River, Pa., 262; ice harbor at mouth of Muskingum River, Ohio,
harbor of refuge near Cincinnati, Ohio, 263; examinations and surveys, 263.
IN CHARGE OF CAPT. James C. Post, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Kentucky River, Ky., Tradewater River, Ky., 264 ; Big Sandy River, W. Va. and
Ky., 265; Guyandotte River, W. Va. and Ky., Little Kanawha River, W. Va.,
206; examination, 267.
IN CHARGE OF MAJ. JARED A. SMITH, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Wabash River, Ind. and Ill., 267 ; White River, Ind., 268; examination, 269.
BRIDGING NAVIGABLE WATERS OF THE UNITED STATES.
Bridge across Thames River, near New London, Conn., bridge across the Ohio
River, at the city of Wheeling, W. Va., bridge across the Obio River, near
Beaver, Pa., 269; bridge across the Arkansas River, at Little Rock, Ark.,
bridge across the Arkansas River, at Van Buren, Ark., bridge across the Saint
Croix River, in the States of Wisconsin and Minnesota, 270; pile and ponton
bridge across the Mississippi River, at Dubuque, Iowa, bridges across the
Great Kanawha River, W. V., 271.
IN CHARGE OF MAJ. CHARLES J. ALLEX, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Harbor at Duluth, Minn., 271; dredging Superior Bay, Wis., 272; harbor at Grand
Marais, Minn., 273.
IN CHARGE OF LIEUT. COL. J. W. BARLOW, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Ontonagon Harbor, Mich., 273; Eagle Harbor, Mich., Marquette Harbor, Mich.,
274; barbor of refuge at Grand Marais, Mich., 275 ; Manistique Harbor, Mich.,
harbor at mouth of Cedar River, Mich., 276; Menomonee Harbor, Mich, and
Wis., Oconto Harbor, Wis., 277; Pensaukee Harbor, Wis., Green Bay Harbor,
Wis., 278; harbor of refuge at entrance of Sturgeon Bay Canal, Wis., 279;
Ahnepee Harbor, Wis., Kewaunee Harbor, Wis., 280; Two Rivers Harbor, Wis.,
281; Manitowoc Harbor, Wis.. Sheboygan Harbor, Wis., 282; Port Washington
Harbor, Wis., 283; removal of sunken vessels obstructing or endangering navi-
IN CHARGE OF CAPT. W. L. MARSHALL, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Harbor of refuge, Milwaukee Bay, Wis., 284; Milwaukee Harbor, Wis., Racine
Harbor, Wis., 285; Kenosha Harbor, Wis., Waukegan Harbor, Ill., 286 ; Fox
and Wisconsin rivers, 287; examination, 289.
IN CHARGE OF MAJ. W. H. H. BENYAURD, Corps OF ENGINEERS-
Chicago Harbor, Ill., 289; Calumet Harbor, Ill., Calumet River, Ill., Illinois
River, Ill., 290; examinations and surveys, 291.
IN CHARGE OF MAJ. JARED A. SMITH, CORPS OF ENGINEERS,
Harbor at Michigan City, Ind., 292 ; harbor at New Buffalo, Mich., 293.
IN CHARGE OF CAPT. D. W. Lockwood, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Charlevoix Harbor, Mich., 293; Frankfort Harbor, Mich., harbor of refuge at
Portage Lake, Mich., 294; Manistee Harbor, Mich., Ludington Harbor, Mich.,
295 ; Pentwater Harbor, Mich., White River Harbor, Mich., 296; Muskegon
Harbor, Mich., Grand Haven Harbor, Mich., 297 ; Grand River, Mich., Black
Lake Harbor, Mich., 298; Saugatuck Harbor, Mich., South Haven Harbor,
Mich., 299 ; Saint Joseph Harbor, Mich., removal of wrecked schooner from
Charlevoix Harbor, ich., 300; examinations and surveys, 301.
IN CHARGE OF LIEUT. COL. 0. M. PoE, CORPS OF ENGINEERS, Bvt. BRIG.
GEN., U. S. A.-
Hay Lake Channel, Saint Mary's River, Mich., 301 ; Saint Mary's Falls Canal and
River, Mich., operating and care of Saint Mary's Falls Canal, Mich., dry dock
at Saint Mary's Falls Canal, Mich., 302 ; harbor at Cheboygan, Mich., harbor
at Thunder Bay, Mich., 303 ; harbor at An Sable, Mich., Saginaw River,
Mich., 304; harbor of refuge, Sand Beach, Lake Huron, Mich., 305; ice-harbor
of refuge, Belle River, Mich., repairs of Saint Clair Flats Canal, Mich., oper.
ating and care of Saint Clair Flats Ship-Canal, Mich., 306; Clinton River,
Mich., Detroit River, Mich., 307; examinations and surveys, 308.