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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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Men of Iron, Forbes & Adam, Howell, Kenneth T.; and Einar W. Carlson
2 Men of Iron, Forbes & Adam
Howell, Kenneth T.; and Einar W. Carlson

Pocketknife Press 1980, First Edition. Signed by Author Very Good+ in Very Good- dust jacket; Hardcover; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; SIGNED by the author on front free endpaper. Includes fold-out Colonial Map of Blackberry River in East Canaan marking the sites of private homes, the Forbes Cemetery, Blast Furnaces Seymour Iron Works, grist mill, saw mill, river dams. 157 pages, green hard cover binding. Clean, tight cover; sharp corners; firmly bound. Endpapers and map show light foxing. Brief gift notation to previous owner on front fixed endpaper. Interior pages crisp, clean, unmarked. Jacket lightly foxed, light edge wear. Sequel to Empire Over the Dam, the history of water-powered industries including iron furnaces, marble quarries and sawmills in the northwest corner of Connecticut. Men of Iron, Forbes & Adam builds upon that history with detailed accounting of the iron making enterprise of the Forbes & Adam partnership. ; Signed by Author 29379 
Price: 40.50 USD
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