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Adams, H. Topography of Florida, 71.
Agassiz, Professor L. Florida reef, 12, 68,
69; report on Florida and reefs, 145.
Alcatraz, 522, 523.
Alden, Lieutenant J. Account of Humboldt
and Trinidad bays, 520; Trinidad, Hum-
boldt, and San Diego bays, 528; death of
De Koven, 533; report on steamer Jeffer-
son, 538; hydrography of Western coast, 87.
Alden, H. O. Letter on telegraphic longi-
tudes, 462; thanks to, 29, 30.
Almy, Lieutenant J.J. Hydrography of sec-
tion III, 53, 55; letter on Fishing Battery
light, 482.
Appendiz to report—list of contents, 161.
Appropriations, effect of on progress of work,
- 7; for Western coast urged, 23; for light-
houses in section I, 43; for light-houses,
buoys, &c., law, 443.
Aransas Pass, 80; letters on lights at, 507.
Archives and library, 99.
Army officers on coast survey, 9; list of 114.
Astronomical observations. Mount Pleasant,
32; Cape Small, 33; Philadelphia, 44;
Causten's, section III, 47; Portsmouth,
Virginia, 56; Charleston and Savannah, 64;
Western coast, 85.
Azimuths at Mount Pleasant, 32; Causten's,
section III, 47; Savannah, 64; list of, be-
tween stations, 162 to 442.

B.

Bache, Professor A. D. Astronomical obser-

vations at Mount Pleasant, Maine, 32; Ossi-
and Cape Small, 33; Causten's, section

III, 47; discussion of Cat Island tides, 74,
127; currents, 136.

Baker, Woods, office, 100.

Bartlett, Lieutenant W. A. Letter on Cape
Hancock, 519; report on California coast,
525; Columbia river commerce, 527; re-
marks on McArthur, 510; Hell Gate report,
(see list of errata,) 46, 553 to 558; Hum-
boldt Harbor light, 559.

Beacons recommended, list of 460; examina-
tions for, law, 14.

Beacon ranges, New York harbor, 43,471.

Beaufort. Topography, 58; hydrography, 59;
H. L. Whiting's report on, 482; lights, &c.,
485

Bilingsgate shoal, 454.
Bilozi Bay, triangulations and topography of,
76

Block Island. Hydrography, 40.
Blunt, E. Hudson river triangulation, 44;

Chesapeake triangulation, 50.
Boca Grande, 72.

Bolles, C. P. Triangulation and topography,
Cape Fear, 157; Edisto triangulation, 65.
Bond, Professor W. C. Galvanic clock, 11;
connects coast survey with Nova Scotia
survey, 29; longitudes, 34, 35.
Boston Harbor, rock in, 31; beacons, &c.,
453; sailing-marks, &c., 469.
Bottom of sea, form of, off shore, section II, 42.
Boutelle, C. 0. Reconnaissance, section I,
32; triangulation, section I, 36; observa-
tions at Savannah, 64.
Building for coast survey recommended, 92.
Buoys, examinations for, law, 14; list of those
recommended, 460.

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Cape Cod, topography of 38.
Cape Fear. Triangulation and topography, 57.
Cape Hancock, Columbia river. Description,
light, &c., 517.
Cape Small, observations at, 33.
Cat Island. Buoys, &c., 502; tides, 74, 127
to 136.
Causten's station, observations at, 47.
Cedar Keys, 489,494; lights, 494; tides and
currents, 493.
Charleston. Large map of harbor, 63,487;
hydrography, 66.
Chatham harbor, 28; topography, 38.
Clopper's bar, 504,505.
Coast surrey approved by geographical so-
cieties, 7.
Columbia river, 83, 85; commerce of 527;
sailing directions, 530.
Computing department. Detailed account of
work done by each computer, 92.
Connecticut river. Hydrography of mouth,45.
Coral reefs. Report by Agassiz, 153.
Core sound, 57.
Corwin, steamer, 88.
Cost of surveying by triangulation, &c., 7, 8.
Coz's ledge, survey of, 46.
Cram, Capt. T.J. Triangulation insection I,36.
Crarcn, Lieut. T. A. Galveston and Aransas,
hydrography, 80, 81, 504,505, 507.
Crystal river and bay, Florida, 491.
Currents. Section I, 41; mode of indicating
observations of 136. ,
Cutts, R. D. Triangulation and topography
of Western coast, 85; Fort Point, Alcatraz,
522, 523; Farrallones, 524.

D.

Daridson, G. Astronomical observations,
Western coast, 85.

Dean, G. W. Latitude observations, section I,
32; magnetic observations, 33; observations
at Causten's, 47.

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Hassler, J. J. S. Triangulation Currituck
sound, 57.
Harrison, A. M. Topography Western coast,
86; letter on Point Pinos, 513; on Point
Loma, 515; Cape Hancock, 517.
Harrard Obserratory, longitude of 480.
Heights, measured and verified, 37.
Hein, S. Disbursing agent, 90; disburse-
ments, 100.
Hell Gate. Submarine blasting, 46; report
on, 553 to 558. (See list of errata.)
Hilgard, J. E. Magnetic observations, 34;
Florida triangulation, 70; charge of com-
puting department, 89.
Hodge, W. L. Letter to Prof. Bache, direct-
ing light-house examinations, law, 443.
Holmes's Hole. Lights, 466,467.
Horn Island pass. Sailing directions, 503.
Hudson river triangulation, 44.
Humboldt harbor, 84, 87,520, 528. -
Humphreys, Capt. A. A. Brevet recommend-
ed, 18.
Hunt, Lieut. E. B. Charge engraving depart-
ment, 89, 96.
Hydraulic printing press, 92. o
Hydrography in section I, 39; section II, 45;
section III, 53; section IV, 58; section
V, 66; section VI, Florida, 71, 72; section
VIII, 77; section IX, 80: Western coast,
87

Hydrographic. List of notices, 13; list of
sketches in report, 12; list of parties, 108;
officers and vessels, list of 115, 118, 122.

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Lair appropriating for light-houses and organ-
izing Light-house Board, 443,446.
Lay, Captain G. W. Special duty, 100.
Library of coast survey, 99.
Light-houses, buoys, beacons, &c. Appropri-
ations, section I, 30; section II, 43; exam-
inations, &c., section II, 44; section III,55;
section IV, 62; section WI, 73; section IX,
81; Western coast, 84; list of light-house
examinations made by coast survey, 451;
law directing examinations, 14,443; where
made, 15; law appropriating for,443; Light-
house Board, 446; list of light-houses re-
commended, 460; list of light-house sketches
in report, 13.
Light-house, &c., Letters—
Lieutenant J. Alden, 520, 528,558.
Lieutenant J. J. Almy, 482.
Professor A. D. Bache, 453, 463,464, 466,
468, 471, 474, 481, 485, 486, 495, 504,
507, 512, 513, 515, 517, 522.
Lieutenant W. A. Bartlett, 519, 526, 559.
Assistant R. D. Cutts, 523.
Lieutenant T. A. M. Craven, 505.
Mr. A. M. Harrison, 513,515, 517.
W. L. Hodge, 443.
Lieutenant J. N. Maffitt, 455,485, 486.
Lieutenant C. H. McBlair, 453, 467, 469.
Lieutenant C. P. Patterson, 499, 502.
Lieutenant J. Rodgers, 457, 496, 499.
Lieutenant S. Swartwout, 455.
Lieutenant M. Woodhull, 463,465.
Lists—
Army officers on coast survey, 114.
Coast survey parties, distribution of 108.
Coast survey vessels, 115, 118.
Contents of appendix, 101.
Discoveries and developments of coast sur-
vey, 126.
Errata in report, vi.
Geographical positions, 162.
Light-house examinations by coast survey,
451.
Light-houses recommended, 460.
Light-house sketches in report, 13.
Maps engraved, 160.
Maps engraving, 161.
Naval engineers on coast survey, 121.
Naval officers on coast survey, 115, 118.
Plates electrotyped, 97.
Results of coast survey, 123.
Sketches engraved, 161.
Sketches engraving, 162.
Longfellow, A. W. Topography, Newbury-
port, 39.
Longitudes. Observations and computations,
11; by chronometers, moon culminations,
and telegraph, Walker and Bond, 34; Hud-
son, Ohio, 46; Harvard Observatory, 50;
Charleston and Savannah, 46; Portsmouth,
Va., 56; New Orleans, 76; Cambridge and
Halifax, 462; list of longitudes of stations,
162 to 442; methods used in obtaining, 164;
from Greenwich, 164; report by Walker
on, 480.
Longstreth, M. F., formula by, 49.

M.

Maffitt, Lieut. J. N. Rock in Boston harbor,
31; hydrography of Beaufort, 58; Charles-
ton, N. Edisto, and Savannah, 66,67; Cape
Fear and New river, 59; lights, &c., sec-
tions IV and W, 455; of Beaufort, 485; of
Cape Fear, 486.
Magnetic observations. Maine stations, 33,
34; Causten's, section III, 47; Western
coast, 85.
Manchester, Mass., 38.
Maps, list of, engraved, 160; in engraver's
hands, 161; distributed and sold, 98.
Mathiot, G. Electrotype report, 541 to 553.
McArthur, Lieut. W. P., tribute to, 82; pro-
ceedings of meeting, 509; sailing directions
Columbia river, 530.
McBlair, Lieut. C. H. Light-house examina-
tions section I, 30, 31; hydrography Nan-
tucket, Muskeget, 39; off Gay Head, Well-
fleet, 40; letter on lights, &c., section I,
453; Holmes's Hole, 467; Boston harbor,
469, 471.
McMurtrie. Views Western coast, 87.
Meteorological register at stations in Maine,
33, 34; Causten's, 50.
Mississippi delta, 75, 77,78.
Mitchel, Prof O. M. Report on electro-mag-
netic recording of N. P. distances, 137.
Mitchell, William. Observations at Nantucket,
35.
Mobile bay,75; hydrography, 77; Patterson's
report on buoys, beacons, &c., 499.
Mode of surveying, 163.
Moon culminations, computations, 49.
Mount Pleasant, Me. Azimuths, latitude, 32;
longitude, magnetic observations, 33.
Murray, Lieut. F. K. Commands Jefferson
when lost,88; report on loss of 534; orders
survey of 537; reports on fitness of 540.
Murphy, H. C. Orthography of names, sec-
tion II, 46.
Muskeget channel, 39.
Musquito inlet, 72,73; Rodgers' reports, 495,
496; Prof. Bache's, 495.

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Pamplico sound, 57.
Parties of coast survey, distribution of 108.
Pass Christian, 75; hydrography, 77.
Patapsco. Topography, 51.
Patterson, Lieut. C. P. Gulf coast lights, &c.,
75; Mobile beacons and buoys, 499; Cat and
Ship islands do. buoys, 502.
Pendleton, Prof. Off-shore angles, 45; com-
putations, 49, 100.
Plan of coast survey organization, 3, 4, 6, 8;
law directing it, 9.
Pleasonton, S. Light-houses appropriated for,
449.
Point Conception, 83, 85; light, 512; latitude
and longitude, 512.
Point Loma. Description, light, 515.
Point Pinos light, description, 513.
Pond Island, Me., light, 463.
Portsmouth. Hydrography, 42.
Pourtales, L. F. Longitude Portsmouth, Va.,
56; signals and triangulation Florida reef,
70.

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Rebecca shoals, 69, 73, 74; light or beacon,
498.
Reconnaissance. Section I, Boutelle, Prince,
31; section III, 50; section IV, 56; section
VI, 69.
Red Fish Bar, 506.
Refraction, lateral, 70.
Reports, (scientific)—
Prof. Bache on Cat Island tides, 127 to 136.
Prof. Bache on current charts, 136, 137.
Prof. Mitchel. Electro-magnetic record-
ing, 137 to 145.
Prof. Agassiz on Florida reefs, 145 to 160.
Computing department. List of geographi-
cal positions, 162 to 442.
S. C. Walker on galvanic wave time,476 to
479.
S. C. Walker on longitudes, 480, 481.
G. Mathiot on electrotyping, 541 to 553.
Results of coast survey, table of 123 to 125.

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Sale of maps urged, 91, 99.
Salem Harbor. Hydrography, 40.
San Diego bay, 83, 87; description, sailing
directions, 528.
Sandy Hook, 45. -
San Francisco, &c., 84; topography, Alcatraz,
Fort Point, Yerby Buena, Mare Island, 85,
522; sunken rocks in harbor, 531, 532.
Sands, Lieutenant B. F. Hydrography section
III, 54; section VIII, 75, 77.
Savannah. Observations for latitude, longi-
tude, and azimuth, 64; topography and hy-
drography, 66.
Sarton, J. Charge of instrument-making, 89.
Scientific. See reports.
Screw-pile signals, 70.
Sea-horse reef, 73.
Sections. Summary of work in section I, 18;
II, 19; III, 19; IV to XI, 20. Work done
in the year, section I, 27; II, 42; III, 47:
IV, 55; V, 62; VI, 67; VIII, 74; IX, 78;
X and XI, 81. Limits of sections, 16, 17,
162.
Seib, J. Topography of Chesapeake, 51.
Ship channel, Florida reef, 154.
Ship island. Buoys, 502.
Shovelful shoals. Light-boat, 464,455.
Signals on Florida reef, 70, 71; Rodgers' pi-
lot signals, 73,497.
Sketches, preparation of 91; list of, in report,
106; list of, engraved, 161; engraving, 162.
Snow, C. B. Librarian, &c., 99.
Sow-and-pigs light, 453.
Stations, preservation of, Texas, 79; how
marked, 165; list of their latitudes, longi-
tudes, azimuths, and distances, 162 to 442.
Statistics of work, 10; of coast survey results,
123 to 125.
Steamer Jefferson, loss of 17, 88, 533 to 541;
Corwin, 88.
Stevens, Major I. I. Assistant in charge of of
fice, 6, 89; inspection, section I, 29; re-
marks on McArthur, 511.
Suwannee river and bay, 489.
Sucartwout, Lieutenant S., 31; No-man's-land
channel, 40; off-shore soundings, 41; Cox's
ledge, 46; lights, &c., in section I, 455.

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