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SURVEY OF MISSISSIPPI RIVER BETWEEN MISSOURI RIVER AND MINNEAPOLIS: Letter from the Secretary of War Transmitting Report from the Chief of Engineers on Survey of Mississippi River between Missouri River and Minneapolis,  with a View to Securing a Channel Depth of 9 Feet at Low Water, with Suitable Widths. In Two Parts; Part 2 -- Drawings, Chief of Engineers, US Army Corps of Engineers
1 SURVEY OF MISSISSIPPI RIVER BETWEEN MISSOURI RIVER AND MINNEAPOLIS: Letter from the Secretary of War Transmitting Report from the Chief of Engineers on Survey of Mississippi River between Missouri River and Minneapolis, with a View to Securing a Channel Depth of 9 Feet at Low Water, with Suitable Widths. In Two Parts; Part 2 -- Drawings
Chief of Engineers, US Army Corps of Engineers

U. S. Government Printing Office 1932, Very Good+; Map; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 87 maps (engineer's drawings) in a slipcase. Volume 27of the 72nd Congress; House Document No. 137. Drawings executed in 1930, report printed in 1932, showing topography and layout of dams on the upper Mississippi River. All maps present, clean, crisp and intact; some with slight yellowing on fold. Slipcase soiled, but solid; stamped with "U.S. Supt.of Documents". Drawings show topography, borings, dam layout, duration and rating curves. Including: Hastings Lock and Dam Vicinity; Dam No. 3, Red Wing; Dam No. 4, Alma; Dam No. 5, Fountain City; Dam No. 5A, Winona; Dam No. 6, Tempaleau; Dam No. 7, La Crosse; Dam No. 8, Genoa; Dam No. 9, Lynxville; Upper Mississippi River wild life and fish refuge, Lake Pepin to Davenport; Dam No. 10, Cassville; Dam No. 11 Spechts Ferry; Dam No. 12, Gordons Ferry; Dam No. 13, Sabula; Dam No. 14, Le Claire; Dam no. 15, Rock Island; Dam No. 16, Muscatine; Dam No. 17, New Boston; Dam No. 18, Burlington; Dam No. 19, Keokuk; Dam No. 20, Canton; Dam No. 21, Quincy; Dam No. 22, Hannibal; and Dam No. 23, Louisiana. 28170 
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