CASHMAN, James Eugene Sr.

CASHMAN, James Eugene Sr.

Male 1876 - 1931  (54 years)

 

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017 1905 James E Cashman Works Halts BFP detail

The Burlington Free Press - Work Unfinished. Colonel Stanton Agrees That No More Repairing Can Be Done This Year. W.S. Stanton, colonel of the corps of government engineers for this district, and T.T. Howard assistant engineer, came to this city Tuesday afternoon from Boston and, in company with H.E. Warren, government inspector, and James Cashman of Boston, who was in charge of the work on the breakwater earlier in the season, were taken by the tug Pastime to the breakwater where they inspected the work of repairing which has been done there this year. The decision recently made by the inspector and Mr.Cashman, that no more work could be done on the breakwater this year because of the high water, was seconded by Colonel Stanton and it is now fully decided to postpone the work until next year. This decision leaves about 350 feet at the northern end of the breakwater which is unfinished. The tug Pastime will be taken to Shelburne harbor and put up for the winter at once. Colonel Stanton and Mr. Howard will return to Boston today.


Date31 Aug 1905
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