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Forts Mason, Miley and Funston

San Francisco (Calif.). Dept. of City Planning.

Forts Mason, Miley and Funston

a report : by the San Francisco Department of City Planning.

by San Francisco (Calif.). Dept. of City Planning.

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Published by The Dept. in [San Francisco, Calif.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • City planning -- California -- San Francisco.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesForts Mason, Miley, Funston.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22946405M

    Fort Point (3) () - Originally a Third System brick Fort established under the supervision of 1st Lt. William H.C. Whiting (Cullum ), U.S. Corps of Engineers, and under construction to Renamed Fort Winfield Scott after Major General Winfield Scott, 25 Nov The old fort was declared obsolete in and abandoned for military purposes in (3). 1 day ago  The geology of the Fort Riley Military Reservation and vicinity, Kansas. Fort riley was established in along the santa fe trail to protect settlers and travelers as they moved ://

      A messenger arrived at Ft. Mason at a.m. with orders from Gen. Funston to send all available troops to report to the mayor at the Hall of Justice. First army troops from Fort Mason reported to Mayor Schmitz at the Hall of Justice around 7   General Funston at once ordered into the city all available troops. No martial law was proclaimed and none necessary. The troops were ordered to report to and assist the Chief of Police. At A.M., Companies C and D, Engineer Corps, arrived from Fort Mason and were reported to the Mayor and Chief of

    1 day ago  Search for: The Geology of the Fort Riley Military Reservation and Vicinity, Kansas. fyzyx The vision come to life by master politician and Democrat Phil Burton, the Golden Gate National Recreation Area is the largest urban national recreational area in the United States. It is a collection of parks, beaches, forts, historic and military sites surrounding the Golden Gate bridge of the San Francisco Bay area. The GGNRA agency is a division of the National Parks Service (NPS) under


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This wonderful site near San Francisco offers stunning views of the coastline. You can descend from the cliffside all the way down to beach, along uneven sandy stairs, and enjoy long walks along the wide, sprawling beach.

Note that Fort Funston is one big off-leash dog park, and it shows. Dogs are happy, their humans are happy - if you are Forts Funston, Baker, Point, Cronkhite, Miley & Mason * San Francisco beach heads As the HDSF headquarters, it controlled most other army forts in the Bay Area, included Forts Baker, Barry, Cronkhite, Miley and Funston.

Only the Presidio of San Francisco and Fort Mason did Forts Mason under Fort Scott’s command, although they contained some coastal artillery and other ancillary ://   Funston Groupment C2: This two-story structure, completed inis located feet due west of the of the western most Nike-Ajax launcher (Structure ), This bunker was the command post during World War II for the active coast artillery batteries at Fort Funston (i.e., Batteries Howe, Bluff and Davis).

Power Miley and Funston book by Battery :// On JFort Winfield Scott was established in the western part of the Presidio as a coast artillery post and the headquarters of the Artillery District of San Francisco.

Fort Scott housed seventeen Endicott-era gun batteries that were constructed, armed, and manned between and InFort Scott was designated headquarters of the Coast Defenses of San Francisco, which   General Funston gives a fine account of what he saw at the beginning of the catastrophe: to get into communication with the commanding officers at the Presidio and Fort Mason, the two army posts most convenient to the city.

Before ten o’clock the troops from Forts McDowell and Miley had arrived and there were now on duty about   Fort Funston is a former harbor defense installation located in the southwestern corner of San Francisco. Formerly known as the Lake Merced Military Reservation, the fort is now a protected area within the Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA).

It was named in honor of Frederick N. Funston (1   Fort Funston was selected for the first inch battery on the west coast. The inch gun and its carriage were the largest guns built by the Army and Navy for its coastal forts and battleships.

The battery at Fort Funston was to be the first of the last great batteries of the last great forts in ://   The commanding officers of the Presidio, Forts Mason and Miley, the commanding officers of troops on duty in the city, and the officers ― ― of the Navy and the Marine Corps rendered every possible assistance in directing the distribution of relief stores and the furnishing of guards, details, ://   AM: The original national park concept would have preserved 8, acres at the Golden Gate including the seven historic military forts: Fort Funston, Fort Miley, the Presidio, and Fort Mason in San Francisco, and Forts Baker, Barry, and Cronkhite in southern Marin.

Another fort – Fort Point under the Golden Gate Bridge – had already become FORT FUNSTON / Lake Merced / / Golden Gate National Recreation Area/KK Davis /2/16″/ CBC // prototype Howe /4/12″/ M // guns from Ft.

Scott, destroyed   Pages in category "Military facilities in the San Francisco Bay Area" The following 37 pages are in this category, out of 37 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().:Military_facilities_in_the_San_Francisco_Bay_Area. FORT MILEY, with its cluster of five batteries and a base end station is located north of Fort Funston, at Point Lobos.

Established inthis fort was named after Lt. Col. John D. Miley, a casualty of the Spanish-American War's battle of Manila Bay.

Today the fort is a hospital complex surrounded by Lincoln Park 's ~gtusa/history/usa/ca/   -Engineering Plans Collection: Forts Baker, Barry, Cronkhite, Funston, & Miley. Note: This is the source collection for which the Nike site plans were taken. While the finding aid notes that the Nike plans were a specific series and staff have reviewed all folders that might hold associated maps or plans (with reference to   Fort Mason, once known as San Francisco Port of Embarkation, US Army, in San Francisco, California, is a former United States Army post located in the northern Marina District, alongside San Francisco Bay.

Fort Mason served as an Army post for more than years, initially as a coastal defense site and subsequently as a military port ://   € Fort Mason (National Park) (Fort Mason Center) ( - /), San Francisco The Spanish Battery San José or Battery at Yerba Buena (five guns) was originally here from - The American post was originally named Post at Point San José, Fort Point San José, or Black Point Fort, until The Post Commander's House is from #5 Fort Mason Historic District Batteries Black Point and Burnham #6 Point Lobos archeological sites (CA-SFR-5; CA-SFR) #7 Battery Davis (Fort Funston) APE (Area of Potential Effects) #3 Presidio NHL Crissy Field USCGS Fort Point Fort Winfield Scott #4 Fort Miley Military Reservation #6 Point Lobos archeological sites (Site Nos.

CA-SFR-5, CA ?projectID. Today’s post was written by David Langbart, archivist in the Textual Records Division at the National Archives at College Park.

The October issue of The Atlantic Monthly included an article entitled “Worse Than Arnold” by Burton J. Hendrick. That article was a preview from Hendrick’s book The Lees of Virginia. Hendrick, a graduate of Yale University, was what we would call today   Fort Mason, once known as San Francisco Port of Embarkation, US Army, in San Francisco, California, is a former United States Army post located in the northern Marina District, alongside San Francisco Bay.

Fort Mason served as an Army post for more than years, initially as a coastal defense site and subsequently as a military port facility. During World War II, it was the principal port   InCongress created the Golden Gate National Recreation Area and included these lands within its boundaries.

Today, the former World War II harbor defense posts of Forts Funston, Miley, Winfield Scott, Baker, Barry, and Cronkhite provide some of the most spectacular and unspoiled open space surrounding any American ://.

reviews of Fort Point "One of my favorite places to go and gander at the marvelous view of the Golden Gate Bridge. Originally a fort during the Civil War, it is now a historical landmark with an excellent view from below the great bridge. You can watch ships as they enter the bay, watch the sail boats and various wind surfers as they cross the choppy waters or just hold on to a loved one ?start=  Fort Miley and Point Lobos Overlook 46 Sutro Heights Park 47 Cliff House 48 Ocean Beach 50 Fort Funston 51 BAYSIDE SAN FRANCISCO: NORTHERN WATERFRONT AND ALCATRAZ 53 China Basin to Pier 39 53 Alcatraz 56 Fisherman’s Wharf 58 Aquatic Park 59 Fort Mason 61 Fisherman’s Wharf Hostel 63 Marina Green and the Wave Organ 63 Crissy Field 64 Fort are removed from the three forts in the Marin Headlands and from Fort Mason and when nonhistoric structures and rubble are removed from Alcatraz.

Demolition and construction activities will disrupt the historic scene by introducing noise, machinery, and dust, ?projectID.