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Exhibit of improvements on Missouri River by municipalities, private corporations, and individuals.

[NOTE.-The costs of improvements herein given are those furnished by the parties doing the work and were not verified.]

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Exhibit of improvements on Missouri River by municipalities, private corporations, and individuals-Continued.

Repaired and built onto many times; no record of cost.

Slight repairs made for past 5 or 6 years; in good condition.

Repaired and built onto
many times; no record of
cost.

In good condition; very
slight repairs in past 2
years.

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left bank, opposite Continuous revetment 2,800 linear feet. Plattsmouth, Nebr., about 1 mile above the

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1897 to 1900

1900 to 1902

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1879.......

1888 to 1893

1901 to 1902

Stone riprapping.

1871 to 1902

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Exhibit of improvements on Missouri River by municipalities, private corporations, and individuals-Continued.

Location.

The city of St. Joseph, City front.
Mo.

Character of work.

Extent of work.

Cost of work.

When constructed.

Solid dikes of riprap 3 or more spurs
stone and piling.

$100,000.

1857 and 1858

Yearly repairs are made as required by Neale's fascines.

Destroyed 1893 to 1895. By
act of Congress approved
March 2, 1889, $62,060 was
appropriated to reimburse
the parties for the expense
incurred in this work.

St. Joseph and Grand
Island R. R. Co.

Chicago,

Burlington
and Quincy R. R. Co.

The Chicago and Atch-
ison Bridge Co. (now
the Atchison and
Eastern Bridge Co.),
the Chicago, Bur-
lington and Quincy
R. R. Co., and 3 other
railroad companies,
jointly.
The Chicago and Atch-
ison Bridge Co. and
Government, jointly.

On left bank, immediately Riprapping with
under bridge across Mis-
souri River.

On left bank, near Murrays
Station, Mo.

On left bank, above Atchison, Kans.

On left bank above Atchison, Kans.

stone.

Shore protection:
Riprapping of
stone; sink fas-
cines; Neale's pat-
ent fascines.
Shore protection:
Continuous revet-
ment, permeable
pile dikes; solid
dikes of riprap
stone and piles
with woven foot
mattress.

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On left bank, opposite | Riprap stone, sup-
Leavenworth, Kans.

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ported by woven foot mattress.

3,400 linear feet

Shore protection: Sol- 14 miles.

Original cost,
$60,000; subse-
quent repairs,

1892 and 1893.

$15,000; making
in all, $75,000 ex-
pended.
$40,000.

1875 to 1902

id dikes of riprap

stone; sink fascines;

Neale's patent fascines.

Shore protection: 500 linear feet. Stone riprapping

$1,000.

1888 to 1893

and piles.

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On right bank, at mouth of Permeable pile dike.. Not known..

Kansas (Kaw) River, ex-
tending the right shore
line of the latter.
Kansas City, Mo., from
mouth of Kansas (Kaw)
River to Mill street, near
Hannibal and St. Joseph
R. R. bridge, on right bank.

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Not known.

1889.

9pile dikes, aggregating $95,000.

1890 to 1902

9,200 feet in length;

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From 1895 or 1896
to 1902.

Permeable 2-row pile Not definitely known
dike, built on south
harbor line and
connected with
shore by cross dikes.

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Not known, prob-
ably 1894 to 1902.

The purpose of this work
was the reclamation of
land back of Kansas City
harbor line. This has
been in a large measure
accomplished, and the
work is in good condition.
Purpose of this work is re-
clamation of land out to
established harbor line.
A gap of about 600 feet in
front of Main street, Har-
lem, Mo., was left in the
work for ferry landing.

Purpose of this work is re-
clamation of land back
of harbor line. The work
is now in progress. In-
quiries for information
concerning the work were
not replied to.

1897, 1898, and 1899 In good condition.

Re

paired in 1901, at cost of
$2,646.09.

Present condition good.

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Continuous revet-
ment.

3,600 linear feet..

$79, 111.75.

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On left bank, near Liberty Revetment (mattress) 5,722 linear feet.

Landing, 17 miles by river
below Kansas City, Mo.
On left bank of Liberty
Bend, below Kansas City,
Mo.

On left bank, near Missouri
City, Mo.

Right bank of Little Blue
Bend.

On right bank, 1 mile above
Wayne City.

Left bank, 1 to 3 miles above
Sibley bridge.
Blue Mills Landing, right
bank Blue Mills Bend.
On left bank of Jackass
Bend, below Hulls Point.

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3 dikes, each extending $2,550.00. about 50 feet into

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4 dikes

$85, 183. 41.

10 dikes

1887-1888.
1889.
1889-1890.

1,500 linear feet..

$20, 921. 43.

1892-1893.

revet 7,774 linear feet. woven

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