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1. Wreck of Excursion Boat "Sea Wing" (Capsized during severe thunderstorm on Lake Pepin, July 13, 1890 causing a loss of 99 passengers)

2. Workmen prepare to place fill on the retaining wall below the Robert Street bridge, St. Paul, Minnesota

3. Wing dams on channels side of Pigs Eye Island, 1889

4. Wingdams below Winona, Minn. [Minnesota], 1889

5. Wingdams below Nininger, Minn. [Minnesota], 1891

6. Wingdams above S. [South] St. Paul, Minn. [Minnesota], 1889

7. Wagon Bridge at Winona, Minn. [Minnesota], 1892

8. Wagon Bridge at Muscatine, Ia. [Iowa], 1891

9. Wagon Bridge at La Crosse, Wis. [Wisconsin], 1891

10. Wagon Bridge at Fulton, Il. [Illinois], 1891

11. Wabash Railroad Bridge at Keokuk, Ia. [Iowa], 1885

12. Wabasha, Minn. [Minnesota], 1889

13. U.S. Towboat "Vixen" 1885

14. U.S. Towboat "Alert" 1885

15. U.S. Steamlaunch "Louisa" 1885

16. U.S. Steamlaunch "Elise" towing brush, 1889

17. U.S. Snagboat "J.G. Parke" [John Grubb Parke], 1885

18. U.S. Snagboat "General Barnard" [John Gross Barnard], 1885

19. U.S. Government Bridge at Rock Island, Il. [Illinois], High water, 1888

20. U.S.E.F.O. personnel, St. Paul Harbor construction, St. Paul, Minnesota

21. U.S. Dredge "Phoenix" 1885

22. Upstream apron at the Onalaska dam site, near La Crescent, Minnesota

23. Typical section of rip rap from the St. Paul harbor project, St. Paul, Minnesota

24. Trempealeau, Wis. [Wisconsin], 1885

25. Train steams downstream from Dayton's Bluff after river improvements, St. Paul, Minnesota