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Eads, J. B.
Eads, James B..
Eads, James Buchanan
Eads, James Buchanan (American engineer and inventor, 1820-1887)
Iacobus Buchanan Eads
James B. Eads (Amerikaans civiel ingenieur (1820-1887))
James Buchanan Eads
James Buchanan Eads (American civil engineer)
James Buchanan Eads (US-amerikanischer Ingenieur und Erfinder)
James Eads
Идс, Джеймс Бьюкенен
جيمس بوكانان إيدز
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Joseph Meredith Toner Collection (Library of Congress)
Mansfield, Samuel M.
Merrill, William Emery (1837-1891)
Merrill, Wm. E. (1837-1891)
Mitchell, Henry (1830-1902)
Newton, John (1823-1895)
Reavis, L. U. (1831-1889)
Roberts, W. Milnor (1810-1881)
Roberts, William Milnor (1810-1881)
United States. Congress. House. Committee on levees and improvements of the Mississippi River. [from old catalog]
Whitcomb, H. D.
Whitcomb, Henry Donald
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Address of Mr. James B. Eads : before the House Select Committee on Inter-oceanic Canals, 9th of March, 1880, in reply to Count de Lesseps.
Argument of Capt. Jas. B. Eads before the Committee on Commerce of the Senate, and the Committee on Rivers and Harbors of the House of Representatives, May 21 and 22, 1884 : in support of Senate Bill 1632 and a like bill in the House, to provide for the improvement of the channel between Galveston Harbor and the Gulf of Mexico.
Correspondence between the business men of New Orleans and James B. Eads.
Discussion of the paper of E.L. Corthell ... on the South pass jetties
Ferrocarril para buques contrastado con un canal interoceánico. Discurso
Final proceedings of the advisory commission of engineers
Isthmian passage, The : an argument in favor of constructing a commercial highway by the aid of the general government, across the American Isthmus by the Tehuantepec Route, together with a consideration of the claims of Captain Eads in favor of the construction of a ship railway
James Buchanan Eads agreement
Letter from Jas. B. Eads, to the Secretary of War, with appendices.
Letters from leading engineers and naval architects as to the practicability of constructing and operating a ship railway.
Mouth of the Mississippi. Jetty system explained.
Physics and hydraulics of the Mississippi River.
Rails across the Mississippi : a history of the St. Louis bridge
Report of General Humphreys, Chief of Engineers U.S.A. (Ex. Doc. 220,)
Report on the Mississippi jetties
Review by James B. Eads of the letter of Gen. A. A. Humphreys, chief of U. S. engineers, May 1, 1878, to Hon. E. W. Robertson, chairman House Committee on levees and improvements of the Mississippi.
Review of Captain Phelps' pamphlet entitled "Transportation of ships on railways,"
Tehuantepec ship-railway. Answer of James B. Eads, correcting the erroneous statements of the promoters of the Nicaragua canal scheme.