Annual Report of the Light-House Board of the United States to the Secretary of the Treasury for the Fiscal Year Ended ...

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1895 - Lighthouses
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This is an amazing resource, but this particular issue (1895) is very poorly copied/scanned, with some pages done so hastily as to be blurred, and numerous and repeated page duplicates in no particular order. If you are using this resource, be careful, and watch the page numbers.

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Page 106 - Fla., to the southern boundary of Texas. It embraces all aids to navigation on the Gulf coast of the United States and tidal waters tributary to the Gulf between the limits named, together with those on the Mississippi River below and including New Orleans, and on Grand Lake and Lake Chicot.
Page 114 - Eleventh district. — From and including all aids to navigation at the mouth of the Detroit River, Mich., to the western end of Lake Superior. It embraces all aids to navigation on the United States shores and waters of Lakes St.
Page 83 - Fla. It embraces all aids to navigation on the seacoasts, bays, sounds, harbors, rivers, and other tidal waters of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and...
Page 120 - It embraces all aids to navigation on the United States shores and waters of Lakes St. Clair, Huron, and Superior, the Detroit River, including the mouth, the St. Clair and St. Marys Rivers, and that part of the Straits of Mackinac lying to the eastward of a line drawn across the straits just to the eastward of Old Mackinac Point Light Station, Mich.
Page 64 - Shoal, and on all tidal waters tributary to the sea or Long Island Sound between the limits named, together with the aids on Whitehall Narrows and on the United States waters of Lakes Champlain and Memphremagog.
Page 134 - ... States. It embraces all aids to navigation on the seacoast of Oregon and Washington, on the United...
Page 64 - Л larger light and a fog bell here would be valuable aids to navigation. The point extends well out into the river, with deep water close to its outer end. The usual route of steamers passing up or down the river is close to the point. The present post light should be replaced by a new structure, upon which should be the lantern with the bell below. It is estimated that these can be established for not exceeding $1,400, and it is recommended that an appropriation of this amount be made therefor.
Page 106 - Twelfth district. — Includes all aids to navigation on Lake Michigan, Green Bay, and tributary waters lying west of a line drawn across the Straits of Mackinac just east of Old Mackinac Point Light Station, Mich.
Page 46 - Wash., 1904. 1. 8. 162 p. [3] — List of lights and fog signals on the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the United State*.
Page 64 - Third district. — From Elisha Ledge, off Warren Point, RI, to Cape May, on the coast of New Jersey, excepting Cape May Lighthouse, and to a point on the coast opposite Rehoboth, Del., excepting Cape Henlopen Lighthouse and Hen and Chickens Shoal.

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