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Statement of the number of fortifications which have been built on the Atlantic coast and Gulf of Mexico, including those nearly com

pleted under the general system adopted after the war with Great Britain, the number in progress of construction, and the number,
not yet commenced but proposed to be erected ; and exhibiting also the States and Territories in which the several forts are situated
or are to be located; when they were commenced, when completed, and when they are expected to be finished; the garrisons required
for each in time of peace and in war; the number and calibre of the guns mounted or to be mounted; the estimated cost of con-
struction and armament respectively; the amount erpended for construction or repair; and an estimate of the amount required to
finish or construct; and the total amount required to be appropriated to complete the armament.

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$33, 735

9,984
48, 432
57,096
13,917
56, 815
14, 970
11, 151

7,944
23, 698
109, 737
60, 812
8,937
8, 295

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16. Fort Wolcott, Newport harbor, R. I*............. 200
17. Fort Green, Newport harbor, R.

40
18. Fort Trumbull, New London harbor, Ct*

350
19. Fort Halo, New Haven harbor, Ct"

30
20. Fort Columbus, Governor's island, N. Y.

2
21. Castle Williams, Governor's island, N. Y* ............ 800
22. South battery, Governor's island, N. Y...........
23. Fort Gibson, Ellis's island, N. Y

80
24. Fort Wood, Bedlow's island, N. Y*.

350
25. Fort Richmond, Staten Island, N. Y*......
26. Fort Tompkins, Staten island, N. Y*
27. Battery Hudson, Staten island, N. Y.............

>1,000
28. Battery Morton, Staten island, N. Y
29, Fort Lafayette, Narrows, New York harbor, N. Y

370
30. Fort Mifflin, Delaware river, Pa.

1 20G
31. Fort McHenry, Baltimore harbor, Md.

1 350
32, Fort Madison, Annapolis harbor, Md

150
33. Fort Severn, Annapolis harbor, Md*................. 60
34. Fort Washington, Potomac river, Md............. 1
35. Fort Johnson, Cape Fear river, N. C*............

1 600
16 8, 225

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14 37,600 2,000 8

8 6,656 250,941 14 14 15 3 8 18

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77,926 5,000

6

4,992
5326
259, 468

105
10,000

103, 749
26 26 18

78 79,332
5

14
5,096

12, 184
10

15
23,000

18,672
32,689 26 17

13

77
205, 606 300, 202

76,540
58

140 124, 302

64
20,081

59,
40

50
3, 508

57,060
9

9
341,941

10,665
6,632 24 24 18
81,999 2,000

75,
9 28

53
146, 663

47,745
1911 20

74
15,000 30,000

75,913
16
5

31
6,484

27,012

14 575, 369

12, 850 88

73, 379
5,000

10
43,009

10

8,320
800 8
10

25
75,301

23, 906
30

54
5,000

48,732

6
80,000 45,000

4,992

14
51,394

11,830
315, 574 75,000

20), 821
11 10 3 8 4

49 37,384
143, 734 60,000

28 315 3.1

55 2.. 2.. 5 124 101, 980 3,503,742 688,396 189 394 560 53 41 79 76 334 222 73 8 7 113 1,852 1,719, 126

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15. Fort at New Bedford harbor, Mass..............

60
36. Castle Pinckney, Charleston harbor, S.O........

100
37. Fort Moultrie, Charleston harbor, S C*

300
38. Beaufort battery, Beaufort harbor, S. O.......

30
39. Fort Jackson, Savannah river, Ga*..............

70
40. Fort Marion and sea wall, St. Augustine, Fla

100
41. Fort Barrancas and barracks, Pensacola, Fla* 1 250
42. Fort St. Philip, Mississippi river, La*......

..........

* Expected to be completed within about one year after the amounts required to complete shall have been appropriated.

† Nature of repairs not yet determined.

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Statement of the number of fortifications which have been built on the Atlantic coast and Gulf of Mexico, fc.-Continued.

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ARMAMENT.

Designation of the work, and State in which located.

Garrison in peace, companies.

Garrison in war, number of men.

When commenced.

When completed.

Estimated cost of construction or

repair.

Amount expended for construc

tion or repair.

Amount required to complete or

to construct.

42-pounders. 32-pounders. 24 pounders. 18-pounders. 12-pounders. Field pieces. Flank howitzers.

8-inch howitzers, heavy.

8-inch howitzers, light. 113-inch mortars. | 10-inch morfars, heavy.

10-inch mortars, light. | 8-inch mortars, light.

16-inch stone mortars.

Total number of guns.

Cohorns.

Class B.-New works (third system) completed, or

so nearly completed us to be able to use all or nearly
all their batteries.
1. Fort Warren, Boston harbor, Mass*

Fla.....

• Expected to be completed within about one year after the amounts required to complete shall have been appropriated.

$125,663

138, 074
159, 546
213, 708
140, 893

71,496
160, 7:25
273, 594

14, 179

66, 473 1,364,351

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ARMAMENT.

Designation of the work, and State in

which located

Garrison in peace, companies.

Garrison in war, number of men.

When commenced.

Estimated cost of construction or

repair.

Amount expended for construe

tion or repair.

Amount required to complete or

to construct.

When completed.

42-pounders. 32-pounders.

24-pounders.

18-pounders.

12-pounders.

Field pieces.

Estimated cost of armament, in

cluding 100 rounds of ammunition.

8-inch howitzers, heavy,

Flank howitzers.

8-inch howitzers, light.

10-inch mortars, heavy.

13-inch mortars.

10-inch mortars, light.

8-inch mortars, light.

16-inch stone mortars.

Total number of guns.

Cohorns.

CLASS C.-Works now under construction,

and more or less advanced,

$630, 442 $130,442 $500,000 45 50 4 6
1,119,914 539, 914 580,000 32 32 54
1,000,000

135,000 865,000 38 76 | 33
2, 394, 328 1,664, 996 729, 332 54 54 88
827, 408 677, 408 150,000 41 33

9
200,000 20,000 180,000 29

5 5
1,200,000

395, 000

805,000 88 10
1,200,000 210, 138 989, 862 18336

158,930 109, 930 49,000
200,000 20,000 180,000 25

5
8, 931, 022 3,902, 828 5,028, 194 165 573 304 22 25

1. Fort Knox, opposite Bucksport, Me*..

500 1843
2. Fort Delaware, Delaware river, Del. 1 750

1833
3. Fort Carroll, Soller's Point Flats, Bal-
timore harbor, Md*.....

800 1847
4. Fort Calhoun, Hampton Roads, Va 1,120 1818
5. Fort Sumter, Charleston harbor, S. 0.1 650 1829
6. Fort Clinch, Cumberland Sound, Fla* i 550 1850
7. Fort Taylor, Key West, Fla*. ........11,000 1845
8. Fort Jefferson, Garden Key, Tortugas,
Fla*..

1 1,500 1846
9. Redoubt of Fort Barrancas, Fla*
10. Fort Gaines, Dauphin island, Ala*

400 1846
7 7,270

8...

* Expected to be completed within about one year after the amounts required to complete shall have been appropriated.

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Statement of the number of fortifications which have been built on the Atlantic coast and Gulf of Mexico, fr.-Continued.

ARMAMENT.

Designation of the work, and State in which

located

Garrison in peace, companies.

Garrison in war, number of men.

When commenced.

When completed.

Estimated cost of construction or

repair.

Amount expended for construc

tion or repair.

Amount required to complete or

to construct.

42-pounders.

32-pounders.

24-pounders.

18-pounders.

12-pounders.

Field pieccs.

8-inch howitzers, heavy.

Flank howitzers.

8-inch howitzers, light.

10-inch mortars, heavy.

13-inch mortars.

10-inch mortars, light.

8-inch mortars, light.

16-inch stone mortars.

Total number of guns.

Cohorns.

Class D.-Works the first to be completed.
1. Fort at the mouth of Kennebec river, Me* 500
2. New Fort Scammel, Portland harbor, Me* 250
3. New fort at Portsmouth barbor, N. H*

750
4. New Fort Pickering, Salem harbor, Mass

300
5. Fort at Jack's Point, Marblehead, Mass*

350
6. Works at Provincetown harbor, Mass*

+ 1,000
7. New forts at New Bedford harbor, Mass*. 1 500
8. Fort on Rose island, Narraganset roads,
R. 1

470
9. Fort on Sandy Hook Point, N. J*..... 11,000
10. Fort on Thomas's Point, Patuxent river,

350
11. Fort at Proctor's Landing, La

100
12. Works at Galveston bay, Texas*

1 200
13. Works at Brazos Santiago, Texas* ...... 200

64 5,970

$300,000

48,000
300,000
174, 000
144,000
600,000
208,000

150,000
1,200,000

259,000
100,000
300,000

300,000
4,083,000

Ma....

.................

• Expected to be completed within about one year after the amounts required to complete shall have been appropriated. + These estimates are conjectural. | Works have been projecied for these positions,

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