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MINNESOTA RIVER

MINNESOTA I

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Minnehaha Creek NIIHTO LOCK & DAM NO. 1

UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER

CHART NO. 56
CITY LIMIT_COUNTY BOUNDARY
42nd. AVE. N. HWY, BRIDGE
SOO LINE R. R. BRIDGE
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HENNEPIN COUNTY
BROADWAY AVEL
HWY, BRIDGE

Minneapolis
PLYMOUTH AVE
HWY.
BRIDGE

CITY LIMIT
THIRD AVE. HWY. BRIDGE
G. N. RY. BRIDGE
HENNEPIN AVE, HWY. BRIDGE DAMTG. N. RY. BRIDGE
G. N. RY. BRIDGE

N. P. RY. BRIDGE
LOWER DAM

(853.0 Miles above Ohio River)
WESTERN OIL & FUEL CO. TERME UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
MUNICIPAL COAL TERMINAL WASHINGTON AVE, HWY. BRIDGE

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MINNESOTA
MUNICIPAL BARGE TERMINAL

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RAMSEY COUNTY
PENN-O-TEX ONLIN
CO. TERMINAL
FRANKLIN AVE. HWY. BRIDGEX

MEEKER'S ISLAND
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ABANDONED LOCK
C. M. ST. P. & P. R. R. BRIDGE
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SUBMARINE PIPE CROSSINGS

KLAKE ST. - MARSHALL AVE. HWY. BRIDGE
Minneapolis"
MINNESOTA

St. Paul
HENNEPIN COUNTY

SHELL PETROLEUM CORP. TERM.
FORD ROAD HIGHWAY BRIDGE

SOCONY-VACUUNG

OIL CO. TERME
Minnehaha Falls
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WOODIRIVER

OIL
State Soldiers Homele
FORD MOTOR CO. DOCK AND REFINING

CO TERM.
CITY LIMITADA!!!
SUBMARINE PIPE CROSSING

Ft. Snelling Cut off
AERIAL WIRE CROSSING.
FT. SNELLING HIGHWAY BRIDGE
MENDOTA HIGHWAY BRIDGE

Mendota
Fort Snelling

C. M. ST. P. & P. R. R. BRIDGE
Military
Reservation MINNESOTA

DAKOTA COUNTY

COUNTY BOUNDARY

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PIKE ISLAND

COUNTY BOUNDARY

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Miles below Minneapolis

Chart No. 56

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left of channel

Miles above Ohio River

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0.0 NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY BRIDGE (lower). Foot of St.

Anthony Falls. Origin of mileage below Minneapolis. Upper limit of

present improvement; rapids obstruct traffic above this point.0.0

MINNEAPOLIS, COUNTY SEAT OF HENNEPIN CO., MINN.

(492,370). Originally settled in 1838 and known as St. Anthony.
Shares with St. Paul as an important banking and distributing center.
Diversified industries such as storage of grain, manufacture of ma-
chinery, iron, steel, and wooden products, furniture, and knitted
goods. Railroads: Chicago & North Western (Omaha); Chicago,
Burlington & Quincy; Chicago, Great Western; Chicago, Milwaukee,
St. Paul & Pacific; Great Northern; Minneapolis & St. Louis; Minne-
apolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie (Soo Line); Northern Pacific; and

Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific.
0.0 WESTERN OIL & FUEL CO. TERMINAL (see p. 19).
0.1 COAL TERMINAL. Privately operated under franchise from City of

Minneapolis (see p. 19) 0.3

UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA 0.3 WASHINGTON AVENUE HIGHWAY BRIDGE (see p. 279)

Clearances: Horizontal, 180.0 feet; available, 180.0 feet. Vertical,

53.0 feet above pool; 44.9 feet above 1920 high water. 0.4./ MUNICIPAL BARGE TERMINAL (see p. 19) 0.6

PENN-O-TEX OIL CO. TERMINAL (see p. 19) 1.5 FRANKLIN AVENUE HIGHWAY BRIDGE (see p. 278)

Clearances: Horizontal, 291.3 feet; available, 291.3 feet. Vertical (mid

275 feet), 60.9 feet above pool; 55.0 feet above 1920 high water. 2.1

MEEKER'S ISLAND (foot). 2.3

CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE, ST. PAUL AND PACIFIC RAIL-
ROAD BRIDGE (see p. 277)
Clearances: Horizontal, 310.0 feet; available, 310.0 feet. Vertical,

76.2 feet above pool; 70.5 feet above 1920 high water.
2.6 ABANDONED LOCK (old lock at left bank)
2.8

SUBMARINE PIPE CROSSINGS 3.1

LAKE STREET-MARSHALL AVENUE HIGHWAY BRIDGE
(see p. 276).
Clearances: Horizontal, 420.0 feet; available 420.0 feet. Vertical (mid

228 feet), 60.6 feet above pool; 55.0 feet above 1920 high water. 5, 2

FORD ROAD HIGHWAY BRIDGE (see p. 275)

Clearances: Horizontal, 300 feet; available, 240.0 feet. Vertical (mid

188 feet), 60.6 feet above pool; 55.0 feet above 1920 high water. 5.4 GAGE, LOCK AND DAM NO. 1 (upper) (see p. 290). 5.4 LOCK AND DAM NO. 1 (see p. 211) (for regulations see p. 21). Locks

on right bank, 56' x 400'. 5. 5 GAGE, LOCK AND DAM NO. 1 (lower) (see p. 290) 5. 5 FORD MOTOR CO. DOCK 5.6

MINNESOTA STATE SOLDIERS HOME 5.7 MINNEHAHA CREEK 6.4 SUBMARINE PIPE CROSSING. 6.9 AERIAL WIRE CROSSING (see p. 285).

Clearances: 81.4 feet above pool; 61.6 feet above 1881 high water. 7.5 FORT SNELLING, HENNEPIN CO., MINN. U. S. Military

Reservation. Established by U. S. Government in 1819. Railroad:

Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific. 7.5 FORT SNELLING HIGHWAY BRIDGE (see p. 274)

Clearances: Horizontal, 321.0 feet; available, 260.0 feet. Vertical

(mid 177 feet), 74.1 feet above pool; 55.0 feet above 1881 high water. 7.6 PIKE ISLAND (head). 8.5 MENDOTA, DAKOTA CO., MINN. (228). Early trading post

known as St. Peters settled in 1834. Railroads: Chicago & North

Western; and Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific. 8.9 PIKE ISLAND (foot). 9.0 MINNESOTA RIVER (mouth) (see p. 19) 10.5 WOOD RIVER OIL CO. TERMINAL (see p. 19). 10.7 SOCONY-VACUUM OIL CO. TERMINAL (see p. 19) 10.8 SHELL PETROLEUM CORP. TERMINAL (see p. 19).

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LAKE

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-KINNIKINNIC RIVER
MISSISSIPPI

ST. CROIX RIVER

CHART NO.1 AERIAL CABLE CROSSING

WISCONSIN
ST. CROIX COUNTY

COUNTY BOUNDARY
MINNESOTA
WASHINGTON COUNTY

WISCONSIN

PIERCE COUNTY LOCK & DAM NO. 2

Gages SEE CHART

Prescott NO. 54

PRESCOTT HIGHWAY BRIDGE

SUBMARINE CABLE CROSSINGS

C. B. & Q. R. R. BRIDGE ST. CROIX BOAT WORKS DOCKS
SUBMARINE
PIPE CROSSING

Gages

HERMANSON COAL DOCK 0.0 Mile of St. Croix River
PRESCOTT ISLAND

811.3 miles above Ohio River

Point Douglas

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C. M. ST. P. & P. R. R. BRIDGE
SUB. POWER CABLE (RT. DRAW ONLY)

RIVER

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ST. CROIX RIVER (WISCONSIN AND MINNESOTA) The St. Croix River has its source in northwestern Wisconsin and flows southwesterly 164 miles to the Mississippi River, 41.7 miles below Minneapolis. The lower 127 miles forms the boundary between Wisconsin and Minnesota.

The present project provides for a 9-foot depth from the mouth of the river to Stillwater (24.5 miles), and a 3-foot depth from Stillwater to Taylor Falls, mile 52.3. From the mouth to Stillwater, the reach known as Lake St. Croix, the water is generally from 20 to 35 feet deep. From Stillwater to Taylors Falls the river is narrow, with a controlling depth of 1 foot at extreme low water. At Taylors Falls, navigation is obstructed by rapids and a power dam without a lock. Above Taylors Falls the depths are sufficient only for canoes and very small boats.

Chart No. 1

Right or left
of channel

Miles above
Mississippi

River

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AERIAL CABLE CROSSING (see p. 286)..

Clearances: 65.4 feet above pool; 53.1 feet above 1881 high water.
KINNIKINNIC RIVER (mouth).
PRESCOTT HIGHWAY BRIDGE (see p. 281)

Clearances: Horizontal, 160.0 feet; available, 160.0 feet. Vertical, 16.2 feet
(lowered), 64.7 feet (raised) above pool; 4.2 feet (lowered), 52.7 feet

(raised) above 1881 high water. PRESCOTT, PIERCE CO., WIS. (857). Railroad: Chicago, Burlington

& Quincy SUBMARINE CABLE CROSSINGS CHICAGO, BURLINGTON & QUINCY RAILROAD BRIDGE (see

Clearances: Horizontal, 150.0 feet; available, 150.0 feet. Vertical (to aerial

wires), 81.2 feet above pool; 69.2 feet above 1881 high water.
POINT DOUGLAS..
GAGE, PRESCOTT (see p. 295)
LAKE ST. CROIX (ŠT. CROIX RIVER) (mouth).

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