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ANNUAL REPORTS

OF THE

WAR DEPARTMENT

FOR THE

FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1898.

REPORT OF THE

CHIEF OF ENGINEERS.

PART 6.

WASHINGTON:

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.

1898.

CONTENTS.
(Alphabetical index will be found at the end of each part or volumo.]

PARTI.

OFFICERS OF THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS.

STATUS, changes, and distribution of officers of corps, 3.

THE BOARD OF ENGINEERS...

5

POST OF WILLETS POINT, NEW YORK.-U. S. ENGINEER SCHOOL.–BAT-

TALION OF ENGINEERS.-ENGINEER DEPOT.

OFFICER IN COMMAND, MAJ. John G. D. KNIGHT, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-

Post of Willets Point, U. S. Engineer School, 5; Battalion of Engineers, Engineer

Depot, 6; statement of funds, new appropriations, 7; estimates, 7, 32.

FORTIFICATIONS.

PROJECTS, temporary defenses, gun and mortar batteries, 8; appropriations, guns

and carriages provided, 9; fortress commander, dynamite batteries, enlistment of

electricians, 11; submarine mines, 12; preservation and repair of fortifications, sea

walls and embankments, sites, 13; temporary occupation of land, national defense

(allotments), defenses of coasts of Maine and New Hampshire, 14; Boston, Mass.,

southeast coast of Massachusetts aud Rhode Island, at New Bedford, Mass., and

Newport, R. I., 16; eastern entrance to Long Island Sound and coast of Connecti-

cut, entrances to New York Harbor, 18; eastern entrance to harbor, southern

entrance to harbor, on Long Island and Sandy Hook, 19; Delaware River, 20; Balti-

more, Md., 21; Washington, D. C., 22; Hampton Roads, Va., 23; coast of North Caro-

lina, coast of South Carolina, 24; coast of Georgia and Cumberland Sound, Ga. and

Fla., 25; east and west coasts of Florida, Key West, Fla., 26; Pensacola, Fla., 27;

Mobile and Mississippi Sound, New Orleans, La., and Sabine Pass, Tex., 28; Gal-

veston, Tex., lake ports in New York, 29; San Diego, Cal., San Francisco, Cal., 30;

mouth of Columbia River, 31; Puget Sound, estimates for 1899–1900, 32.

ATLANTIC COAST AND GULF OF MEXICO.
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ. R. L. HOXIE, CORPS OF ENGINEERS—
Laboc Channel, Mo., 36; Moosabec Bar, Mo., 37; Narraguagus River, Me., break-

water from Mount Desert to Porcupine Island, Me., 38; barbor at Sullivan Falls,
Me., 39; Union River, Me., Bagaduce River, Mo., 40; Penobscot River, Me., 41;
Rockland Harbor, Me., 42; Carvers Harbor, Vinalhaven, Me., 44; Georges River,
Me., Kennebec River, Mo., 45; Sasanoa River, Mo., 46; Portland Harbor, Me., 47;
Saco River, Me., 49; Cocheco River, N. H., 50; harbor of refuge at Little Harbor,
N. H., 51; removing sunken vessels or craft obstructing or endangering naviga-

tion, surveys, 52.
IN THE CHARGE OF Col. S. M. MANSFIELD, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Newburyport Harbor, Mass., 53; Merrimac River, Mass., 54; Powow River, Mass.,
55; Essex River, Mass., harbor of refuge, Sandy Bay, Cape Ann, Mass., 56; har-
bor at Gloucester, Mass., 57; harbor at Manchester, Mass., 58; harbor at Lynn,
Mass., 59; Mystic and Malden rivers, Mass., 60; harbor at Boston, Mass., 61;
Town River, Mass., Weymouth River, Mass., 64; barbor at Scituate, Mass., 65;

Plymouth Harbor, Mass., 67; harbor at Provincetown, Mass., 68; harbor at

Chatham, Mass., removing sunken vessels or craft obstructing or endangering

navigation, surveys, 69.

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