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Pub Number Proponent Title Pub Date Latest Review Info
EP 870-1-1 CEHO Historical Vignettes - Volume 2 5/18/1979 These Historical Vignettes reflect in miniature the United States Army Corps of Engineers' many contributions to the American nations in peace and war.
EP 870-1-10 CEHO Shaping Environmental Awareness: The United States Army Corps of Engineers Environmental Advisory Board, 1970-1980 1/1/1983 In response to the growing concern of environmental sensitivity which swept the United States in the 1970s, evident in myriad laws, executive orders, and regulations, the US Corps of Engineers needed to change considerably its way of planning and developing civil works projects.
EP 870-1-11 CEHO Engineer Profiles: The District Engineer Interviews with Colonel William W. Badger 7/1/1983 Over the years the program of the Corps of Engineers has changed significantly.  National goals have changed with the times, and the amount of money and manpower to carry them out has vaired as well.
EP 870-1-12 CEHO Engineer Memoirs: Major General William E. Potter 7/1/1983 Major General William E. Potter had a distinguished career, first as an Engineer officer and then, in provate life, as a manager in two major construction projects -- the 1965 World's Fair and Disney World.
EP 870-1-13 CEHO Financing Water Resources Development: - A Brief History 7/1/1983 BY any reasonable indicator, the cost of future Civil Works projects exceeds the available Federal financial resources now and for the foreseeable future.
EP 870-1-14 CEHO The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Environmental Issues in the Twentieth Century - A Bibliography 1/1/1984 Few issues are more complex than how to protect life and property without doing permanent and disastrous damage to the environment.
EP 870-1-16 CEHO "Dear Friends at Home..." The letters and Diary of Thomas James Owen, Fiftieth New York Volunteer Engineer Regiment during the Civil War 1/1/1985 This is the fourth publication in the series of Corps of Engineers Historical Studies.  It reproduces the personal letters and diary of an Engineer soldier who served in the Civil War
EP 870-1-18 CEHO Engineer Memoirs - Major General Hugh J. Casey 12/31/1993 In January 1980, Lieutenant General John W. Morris, then Chief of Engineers, directed leading military and Engineer Memoirs previously untapped.  This interview the Historical Division to capture the remembrances of the civilian members of the Corps of Engineers.
EP 870-1-19 CEHO The Corps, the Environment, and the Upper Mississippi River Basin 8/1/1984 Dr. Raymond Merritt presents in this book, the third volume in the Corps' Environmental History Series, an analysis of those historical deveopments and concersn that have affected life in the upper Mississippi River basin.
EP 870-1-2 CEHO Engineer Historical Studies Number One (Journal of the Kearny Expedition of 1845) 6/1/1979 This is the first in a new series of Corps of Engineers Historical Studies which we hope will make available to Corps personnel and the general public significant documents in Engineer history.
EP 870-1-20 CEHO From the Atlantic to the Great Lakes: A History of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the St. Lawrence Seaway 10/1/1984 The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers planned and supervised the construction of the United States' section of the St. Lawrence Seaway.
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.
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