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Pub Number Proponent Title Pub Date Latest Review Info
EP 870-1-21 CEHO To the Immortal Name and Memory of George Washington - The United States Army Corps of Engineers and the Construction of the Washington Monument 12/1/1984 At a ceremony on 21 February 1885, President Chester Arthur dedicated
the newly completed Washington Monument "to the immortal name
and memory of George Washington.
EP 870-1-22 CEHO Engineer Historical Studies, Number 3 - Exploring Nature's Sanctuary: Captain Ludlow's Report of a Reconnaissance from Carroll, Montana, on the Upper Missouri to the Yellowstone National Park, and Return Made in the Summer of 1875 1/1/1985 Ludlow's report, with its appended reports on zoology, geology, and new fossils, and its maps, demonstrates the commitments of the Army to promoting scientific knowledge while acquiring information for its military campaigns.
EP 870-1-24 CEHO Water Resources - People and Issues an Interview with William R. Gianelli 8/1/1985 William R. Gianelli's tenure as Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works) was an important period in which the Corps of Engineers was challenged to rethink many of its policies and procedures.
EP 870-1-25 CEHO Engineer Memoirs - General William M. Hoge 1/31/1993 With the publication of the William M. Hoge interview, we begin a series that contains interviews with distinguished World War II generals.
EP 870-1-26 CEHO Engineer Memoirs: Lieutenant General Arthur G. Trudeau, USA, Retired 2/1/1986 Lieutenant General Arthur G . Trudeau had a distinguished career in the U.S. Army that included nearly 20 year in the Corps of Engineers; troop command in Europe, the Far East, and Korea.
EP 870-1-29 CEHO The Evolution of the 1936 Flood Control Act 7/1/1988 Few laws have had such an impact on the United States Army Corps of Engineers as the 1936 Flood Control Act.
EP 870-1-31 / CMH Pub 70-45 CEHO Building Air Bases in the Negev - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Israel, 1979-1982 11/1/1991 The U.S . Army's role as an instrument of foreign policy is usually viewed in a srictly military sense.
EP 870-1-32 CEHO Bridging the Imjin: Construction of Libby and Teal Bridges during the Korean War (October 1952-July 1953) 8/1/1989 As the 40th anniversary of the Korean War approaches, we in the Corps of Engineers should reexamine how our predecessors overcame the engineering challenges posed by the rugged and unforgiving environment in which that war was fought.
EP 870-1-35 CEHO Water Resources - People and Issues- Interviews with Professor Arthur Maass 1/1/1989 The history of water resources in the United States is long and complicated.
EP 870-1-36 CEHO Register of the Arthur Maass Papers 2/1/1990 Arthur Maass is one of the major figures in the development of water policies and planning procedures in the Post- World War II era.
EP 870-1-37 CEHO The Nation Builders: A Sesquicentennial History of the Corps of Topographical Engineers 1838 - 1863 6/1/1988 In 1838 Congress established the Corps of Topographical Engineers, an organization whose main purpose was the peacetime fostering exonomic growth and national cohesion.
EP 870-1-38 CEHO Holding the Line: The 51st Engineer Combat Battalion and the Battle of the Bulge, December 1944-January 1945 4/1/1988 It describes the 51st's successful defensive operations during a period in the Battle of the Bulge.
EP 870-1-39 CEHO Engineers and Irrigation: Report of the Board of Commissioners on the Irrigation of the San Joaquin, Tulare, and Sacramento Valleys of the State of California, 1873 8/1/1990 The role of the U.S . Army Corps of Engineers in opening the West is not as well known as the Corps' work on nationwide flood control and navigational projects.
EP 870-1-40 CEHO The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Natural Resources Management on Military Installations, 1941-1987 10/1/1989 This study shows the evolution of the Army Corps of Engineers' responsibilites for the natural environment on Army bases.
EP 870-1-41 CEHO The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Response to the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill 4/1/1992 The Exxon Valdez oil spill was the largest and most destructive in United States history.
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