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Title: Minnesota state gazetteer and business directory
Year: 1920 (1920s)
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Title: Diversion of water from the Great lakes and Niagara river
Year: 1921 (1920s)
Authors: United States. Army. Corps of engineers. [from old catalog] Warren, James Goold, 1858-1937. [from old catalog] United States. Board of engineers for rivers and harbors. [from old catalog]
Subjects: Water diversion Niagara River (N.Y. and Ont.)
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connected localities only, and the canalstill remains for the most part as left at the end of the first en-la rgement, except in so far as it has been destroyed in constructingthe new barge canal. Ultimately practically all the locks of the oldcanal were doubled to care for the enormous amount of traffic, andto provide lockage when one lock was out of commission. Practi-cally all canal boats were towed by mules or horses on a towpathalong one side of the canal. Tolls were charged on the old canals. The old Erie Canal pro-vided the first practicable commercial route between the Great Lakesregion and the United States seaboard. It made the growth of thewestern part of the State practicable, and was a great aid in open-ing up such western States as Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, and Wis-consin. Even to-day over 75 per cent of New York States popula-tion is to be found within 5 miles of the barge canal and the HudsonRiver. The early traffic on the canal was enormous for the times, 27880—21 9

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130 DIVERSION OF WATER FROM GREAT LAKES AND NIAGARA RIVER, and the tolls collected brought a wonderful revenue to the State.For many years there was no competition to this route, and littleby little as stretches of railway began to parallel the canal legisla-tive measures provided against competition. The canals were sovery popular and so lucrative to the State that their finances werenot at all times properly handled, and many lateral lines were con-structed which proved unprofitable and had to be abandoned. Rail-road competition finally crept in, and periods of financial depres-sion were experienced, resulting ultimately in a very large abandon-ment of the use of the canals. The number of tons of cargo carriedon the State canals in 1853 was 4,247,853. In 1872 the maximumtonnage was transported, namely, 6,673,370 tons. The tonnage car-ried in 1885 was 4,731,784; in 1905 it was 3,226,896. The tolls atfirst collected ranged from 5 mills per ton per mile for salt, gypsum,brick, sand, li

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was contributed to the west block-house as quarters for the fort. To prevent an excess ofweight, this tale was just made musketry-pro of. On leading ofall was a small hunt. The construction of these block-houses showed terrific credit history after the Michigan Engineers bywhom they were developed. A weapons block-house was alsocommenced in 1865, at Larkinsville, Alabama, but it was nevercompleted. It was meant to answer as a fort for the gar-rison at this vital point, which was much subjected toattack southern side of the Tennessee. It is appropriate toadd that my first concept of constructing a block-house for artillerycame from seeing a discourteous, half-finished work of this kind, which was begun by the Confederates in 1863, at StrawberryPlains, over Knoxville. A weapons block-house is difficult as well as expensive to develop, andis just justifiable in extremely exceptionable localities. I assume APPENDIX. 447 Text Appearing After Image: Fig. 7. Plan of Weapons Block-house. that Bridgeport was sucli an area, as the crucial importanceto

the military of the 2 long bridges over the Tennessee calledfor defense by artillery, also on the island as on the mainland, and the last so completely commanded the island thatartillery might onlv stay on it while thoroughly under cover.It may be well to state that a weapons block-house aftermy layouts was built in 1864, near Alexandria, Virginia, toprotect from cavalry raids down the valley of Hunting creek.The adversary soon located that our block-houses were proofagainst any kind of normal attack, and also small bodies never ever molestedthem. Injury to the track of the railway was repaired almostas quickly as made, and also after a while such annoyances ceased.The only severe assaults received by our block-houses wereas adheres to: 448 APPENDIX. In August, 1864, General Wheeler, with a department ofcavalry, left Atlanta, took a trip north to near Knoxville, thence west to near I ^ ashville, thence southwest Keep in mind Concerning Photos Please note that these images are removed from checked page photos that might have been electronically boosted for readability -coloration and also look of these illustrations could not completely appear like the initial
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product, to the stage where the countypeople themselves take the effort, reveal their desires andsuggest prepare for fulfilling them. The curator currently acts al-most completely on the supply end of the line. Theproblem of producing a need for her wares ismanaged by excited representatives functioning unoffici-ally throughout the counties. Thus the area solution of Californiais currently realizing the passion ofthe American Library Organization. Nomountain settlement, no oil lease, nomining neighborhood, no desert-dwellers ofthe state are so remote that they needstarve for books. Wherever a man cango, a book can go. Wherever there arevoices weeping in the wild for some-thing to review, the orange-colored signis lifted, as well as for many rural Ameri-cans this has become the contemporary symbol for the light in thewindow. Synergy in Clevelands Garment Market By Keep in mind About Pictures Please note that these images are extracted from checked page images that may have been electronically enhanced for readability -pigmentation as well as appearance of these images might not flawlessly appear like the original job. Image from web page 346 of “Females
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and also Devices( Appendix to No. 3). No. 7– Industrial Tiredness and also Its Reasons. 308 Women and also Battle Wtork No. 8– Special Commercial Diseases. No. 9– Ventilation and Illumination of Munition Manufacturing facilities and Workshops.No. 10– Health issues and also Injury.No. 11– Investigation of Employees Food and Suggestions about Dietary. (Report by Leonard E. Hillside, F.R.S.) No. 12– Statistical Info Worrying Output in connection with Hours of Job.( Report by H. M. Vernon, M.D.) No. 13– Juvenile Employment.No. 14– Laundering Facilities and also Baths.No. 15– The Effect of Industrial Issue After Eyesight.No. 16– Clinical Certificates for Munition Employees, additionally, Feeding the Munition Employee. Published by H. M. Stationery Workplace, London, W. C. A/OU have actually read this publication and also youwill concur with the Publisherthat it should certainly have an immediateand large distribution. Will certainly you helphim to remove inefficient advertisingby sending the blog post card enclosed, offering your opinion of guide toone of your buddies Text Showing up After Photo: OINCE you have most likely seen the ^ imprint of G. Arnold Shaw on abook for the very first time, will certainly you spenda few mins scanning the followingpages, to find exactly what the most effective criti-cal opinion is upon various other current Shawpublications. Theyare planned forthe differentiating
few as our trade-mark, Aere Perennius,,– much more last-ing than brass, shows. Books by Participants of theUniversity Lecturers Organization A considerable proof of the growth of the Associationsinfluence in recent times is afforded by the fact that ourSecretary, Mr. G. Arnold Shaw, has been allowed to enterthe publishing field efficiently. We reverse therefore the planof project of the average lecture bureau which is usuallyimpressed with the opportunities of a man who has won fameas a writer instead of as a lecturer; we discover that aman is an initial rate lecturer and afterwards we continue to make himan writer– additionally of the front rank as the testimonials quotedbelow show. ART AND ALSO STYLE By IAN C. HANNAH, F.S.A. Some Irish Religious Keep in mind About Images Please note that these images are removed from checked page photos that might have been digitally boosted for readability- coloration as well as look of these illustrations could not completely appear like the initial work.

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James Madison, Fourth Head of state of the United States, was born at King George, Virginia, on the 16th of March,1751. He entered Princeton College, New Jersey, 1769, ind finished, ahead of his course, in 1771. Havingimpaired his health and wellness by too close application to study, he re-mained in Princeton temporarily to hire his shatteredhealth, and also still additional to enhance his mind. He was one of the very first to understand the hazard of theColonists, and also provided his cheerful co-operation to the patriotsin standing up to the infringements of Fantastic Britain. He belonged to the very first Legal Assembly, andwould doubtless have actually belonged to the next, it is stated, 160 NATIONAL HAND-BOOK had it uot been for his conscientious rejection to comply with theprevalent custom-made of treating the electors. In 1780, he be-came a member of the National Congress, and also significantly assistedits considerations by his sagacious counsels. He represented his State in the Legislature from 1784 to1786, and was really energetic in promoti

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occupation was the making of seines which wereeverywhere as well as over whatever. Father was very little of atalker, but he might repeat the Holy bible from cover to cover. Thetrouble with the old gentleman was that while it was easyenough to get begun, he never ever recognized when to stop, and also whenin course meeting he had actually run about so far, some one should dropan extinguisher on him in the form of a lustily sung hymn orother diversion. Still nearer the bridge was a shipyard where Ichabod Norton built his vessels. ICHABOD NORTON. Mean we swerve to Ichabod himself for a moment:– Born in 1761 he passed away in 1847 f ^ ^ l o ^ years and also honor. Hismonument in Edgartown informs us that His home was open totravelers, and also his hand ever open for the advantage of others. Hearrived at a good seniority, was at last gathered to his fathers, his noblest of slogans, an Honest Guy. Captivated to his fel- 78 MARTHAS VINEYARD. Text Appearing After Image: As eveniiis comes. reduced beings by firmnessand fidelity in publicaffairs, and his honestyin all his private deal-ings. By vigilance andeconomy he generated alarge

fortune, which hewisely dispersedforthe benefit of hisfriends. The motto which hehad cut over his fireplace– Deal justly, Love mercy and also payall financial obligations– was the keynote of his life, yet as he was one of thefew men on the island that had loan to lending, actually wasiknown as the financial institution of Edgartown, there were naturally somewho were not rather as philanthropic in their expressions of opin-ion as the excellent book counsels. Like numerous strong males he hadhis strange side. It is stated that in his old age he sent out for a friendand, remarking that he already had his casket in your home, asked the close friend to compose an epitaph for him. This the frienddeclined to do, because he was his buddy, but used to findsome one who would do it, as well as this is exactly what the two brought toUncle Ichabod:– Right here Hes old Twelve-and-a-Half Each Cent, The even more he had the much less he spen Keep in mind About Images Please note that these photos are removed from checked page pictures that could have been electronically improved for readability- coloration and appearance of these images might not completely appear like the initial job.

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OUTSTANDING25,000 POSSESSIONS,,100,000.00 Investments by this Bankmade on very first home mortgages ofreal estate as well as car loans againstdepositors cost savings. CONSERVE CURRENTLY AND ALSO GAIN THE BIG REVENUE WE PAY Rate of interest gained on down payments during the past year at the price of 41/2 %, rewards being com-pounded every three months. Accounts could be taken out as in other financial savings establishments. WALTHAM & WATERTOWN DIRECTORY SITE 11 Henry P. Buncher, CashierF. G-. Stickney, Asst. Cashier Charles H. Moulton, PresidentHenry N. Fisher, Vice President WALTHAM & NATIONAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTION 637 MAIN, COR. LEXINGTON STREET WALTHAM, MASS. FUNDING, 0,000 SURPLUS, 0,000 2 Each Cent Interest Paid on 0 and over Supervisors– Ptolemy P. Adams, Chas. P. Bond, Henry N. Fisher, Geo. H. Doty, Chas. H. Moulton, Wm. F. Rooney, Chas. F. Rock, Harry L. Brown, James A. McGlinchey, Arthur G. Childs, William F. Bowler Bank Hrs, 8.30 to 2 30 Saturdays, 8.30 to 12 Keep in mind Concerning Images Please keep in mind that these photos are drawn out from scanned web page images that may have been electronically enhanced

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end of the lineto all-time low. Placement of the appearing pole or ropemay be had by means of rods on the coast otherwise by transit.The range is gotten by stadia or else by alignmentrods on a line at ideal angles to the other. Brooks and also Creeks. The circulation of streams is determinedby use a weir unless the flow is large. In the last case, which is not common, an existing meter or rod float have to beemployed. Fig. 9 programs clearly the popular technique ofmaking dam measurements. Midsts over the crest are measured either by a car-penters square or a footrule. For gauging depthsthe hook-gauge is never ever needed except when litigationis likely. Dimensions of flow could be made twice aday, or oftener when the water is increasing or falling rapidly. Text Showing up After Image: Loaned by J. & W. Playful. Inc. Hnlynkp, Mass. FIG. 0.- Assessing the Discharge of a Stream, 33 THE HYDROGRAPHICAL STUDY 35 In determining the discharge of a stream by meansof a dam excellent importance must be connected to the matterof keeping

the weir crest devoid of drifting objects, whichby backing up the stream might revoke the readingseven after the brush is eliminated. Weir frameworks are oftenwashed out by freshets. To stop this the structure shouldbe firmly set in a trench dug deep into for the function withriprap on the down-stream side to stop scour. Shouldthe dam be located dripping or should leaks be captured, alittle clay put on the bed of the stream against theupper face will certainly be discovered really acceptable. Complete hydrographical information is called for by the land-scape designer in his preparation of strategies for lakes andwater courses, as well as by the engineer in link withexcavation and also dredging operations as well as the style ofoutlet sewage systems. CHAPTER III DESIGNTHE ARCHITECTURAL TREATMEN Keep in mind About Images Please note that these pictures are extracted from checked web page pictures that may have been electronically boosted for readability- coloration and also look of these illustrations could not perfectly appear like the initial work.

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thetract( 430 to 450 feet apart
), and also tothis method we owe really many of thevaluable lessons educated in aeriation, motion of capillary dampness, removal of dangerous soil gases, and so on. So ihimerous and also varied have theselessons occurred in our technique thatthose people that are farming over tiledrains would not believe of operatingan irrigated farm without draining it, as well as much of us would additionally tile drainthe completely dry ranch wheat and also barley landas well. The author agrees to saythat if he had the finest dry farm onour rich and fertile bench lands orthe poorest dry ranch in the reduced and also tion, or developments a concept, or investshis own or his employers money, heshould have the ability to fortify his positionwith at least one good and also substantialreason. Below are submitted twelvereasons for ceramic tile drainging farm lands, and also I.desire to assert below that any twoof them will certainly make ceramic tile water drainage a pay-ing investment, and also I want you totake particular not Keep in mind About Pictures Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page pictures that might have been digitally improved for readability – pigmentation as well as look of these

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