3 edition of Settlers under the Yuma reclamation project, Ariz. found in the catalog.
Settlers under the Yuma reclamation project, Ariz.
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Irrigation and Reclamation
|Other titles||Relief of settlers under Yuma irrigation project, Arizona|
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The United States Bureau of Reclamation (USBR), and formerly the United States Reclamation Service, is a federal agency under the U.S. Department of the Interior, which oversees water resource management, specifically as it applies to the oversight and operation of the diversion, delivery, and storage projects that it has built throughout the western United States for irrigation, water supply. Yuma experienced a progressive growth from to the era of the First World War. More people began to come into the city and surrounding territory as soon as the Yuma Reclamation Project became a reality. After years of fighting the water question, it appeared that some of the answers to a better distribution of water had been found.
If she had talked to anyone knowledgeable about the Yuma Desalting Plant (doubtful), she would know that the plant cannot be operated without extensive repairs and capital improvements, which Reclamation estimated nearly a decade ago would cost anywhere from $ million, plus another $ million in annual operating costs. Project and feature histories, reports of engineering boards, reports to the Board of Army Engineers, project operation and maintenance reports, and other special reports, Summary cost reports and narrative statements concerning construction at reclamation project sites, Public land withdrawal and restoration files,
A Brief History of the Association The Yuma County Water Users' Association was organized in , about a year after the passage of the Reclamation Act in the United States Congress. The Association was organized as a private non-profit corporation the purpose of dealing with the United States Bureau of Reclamation in the development of the Yuma Project. The Yuma War was the name given to a series of United States military operations conducted in southern California and what is today southwestern Arizona from to The Yumans were the primary opponent of the United States Army, though engagements were fought between the Americans and other native groups in the ct generally took the form of guerrilla warfare and over the.
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The Salt River Project. One of the first five projects authorized under the Reclamation Act was the Salt River Project in Arizona Territory.
The cornerstone of the Project was a new dam downstream of the confluence of Tonto Creek and the Salt River, a location identified as. The Yuma Reclamation Project: Irrigation, Indian Allotment, and Settlement Along the Lower Colorado River - Kindle edition by Sauder, Robert.
Download it once Settlers under the Yuma reclamation project read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Yuma Reclamation Project: Irrigation, Indian Allotment, and Settlement Along the Lower 5/5(1).
Yuma Homestead Opening Set. Twenty-eight family-sized farms on Ariz. book Yuma project in Arizona were opened to homestead entry on September 9. This marks the seventh homestead opening by the Bureau of Reclamation within the past year and is expected to be followed in the near future by an announcement of the eighth—the opening of 4, acres of the Gila project, consisting of 54 farm units.
The Yuma Project is a U.S. Bureau of Reclamation project built to irrigate o acres ( km 2) of land in Yuma County, Arizona and parts of Imperial County, project is designed to exploit year-round farming conditions and water from the Colorado consists of the Laguna Diversion Dam, pumping plants, a power plant, a mile (85 km) system of canals, miles.
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The Yuma Reclamation Project is an original and significant contribution to our understanding of federal reclamation endeavors in the West.
It provides new and fascinating information about the history of the Yuma Valley and, as a case study of irrigation policy, it offers compelling insights into the history and consequences of water. Facts, figures and pictures about the city of Yuma and theacres of valley and mesa lands along the Colorado River which is being reclaimed by the Reclamation Service under the "Yuma Project," the greatest farming country in the world now in the making.
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Bureau of Reclamation, which also operates under the name Yuma Area Office, is located in Yuma, Arizona. This organization primarily operates in the Air, Water, and Solid Waste Management, Federal Government business / industry within the Administration of Environmental Quality and Housing Programs sector.
Jackson McCracken, a member of the Walker Party, served in the First Legislative Assembly of Arizona Territory inas a member of the lower house from Yavapai County. He was born in South Carolina in After his arrival in the territory with the Walker Party, he spent his time in mining and prospecting.
In Congress created the Yuma Project under the Bureau of Reclamation with the intention of making the Yuma area more agriculturally profitable.
Towards this end, construction was begun on Laguna Dam in Water diversion to the Yuma area was handled by Laguna Dam untilwhen the diversion point for Yuma was switched to Imperial Dam.
Facts, figures and pictures about the city of Yuma and theacres of valley and mesa lands along the Colorado River which is being reclaimed by the Reclamation Service under the "Yuma Project," the greatest farming country in the world now in the making.
The Yuma Irrigation Project (YIP) was an early and essential Reclamation project in the Southwest, and the Yuma/California Main Canal and the Yuma Valley Railroad were important contributors to the success of the YIP and the early development of Yuma, Arizona. Construction on the YIP began shortly after a new federal agency - United States Reclamation Service - had been given authority to.
The Yuma County Water Users' Association is a corporation organized primarily to represent the settlers on the Yuma irrigation project in Arizona in their dealings with the government. The other appellants are shareholders and owners of tracts of land under the project. Colorado River Reclamation Projects Collection – 5 of 20 Projects June 7 Finance: Cost Reports, Yuma Project July 8 Finance: Cost Reports, Yuma Project August 9 Finance: Cost Reports, Yuma Project September Box 3 1 Finance: Cost Reports, Yuma Project October 2 Finance: Cost Reports, Yuma Project November 3 Finance: Cost Reports, Yuma Project December.
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Full text of "The unfriendly attitude of the United States government towards the Yuma Valley, Arizona". “Yuma Project and Yuma Auxiliary Project,” (Denver: Bureau of Reclamation History Program, ). “The Central Valley Project, California,” The Reclamation Era (July ), “The Story of Hoover Dam,” (Washington, D.C.: United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, ).
The Yuma plant has a long and checkered history. Completed in to desalinate agricultural drain water on its way to Mexico, the YDP has essentially never been used. This has always pained Arizona, which suffers under Law of the River math that leaves it increasingly vulnerable to.
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The United States Bureau of Reclamation (USBR), and formerly the United States Reclamation Service (not to be confused with the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement), is a federal agency under the U.S.
Department of the Interior, which oversees water resource management, specifically as it applies to the oversight and operation of the diversion, delivery, and storage projects.
The Yuma County Water Users' Association is a corporation organized primarily to represent the settlers on the Yuma irrigation project in Arizona in their dealings with the government. The other appellants are shareholders and owners of tracts of land under the project.
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