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Hawes, J H. *Manual of United States Surveying: System of Rectangular
Surveying, Employed in Subdividing the Public Land of the United
States, *Philadelphia:
J.B. Lippincott, 1873. Print

Stine, Jeffrey K, and Howard Rosen. *Going Underground: Tunneling Past,
Present, and Future*. Kansas City, Mo: American Public Works Association,
1998. Print.

*Handbook of Water Control: For the Solution of Problems Involving the
Development and Utilization of Water*. Denver, Colo: R. Hardesty
Manufacturing Co, 1940. Print. (2 copies)

*Western States Water Requirements for Energy Development to 1990*. Salt
Lake City: Western States Water Council, 1974. Print.

Rogers, Jerry R, and Augustine J. Fredrich. *Environmental and Water
Resources History: Proceedings and Invited Papers for the Asce 150th
Anniversary (1852-2002) : November 3-7, 2002, Washington, Dc*. Reston, VA:
American Society of Civil Engineers, 2003. Print. (2 copies)

Peterson, Elmer T. *Big Dam Foolishness: The Problem of Modern Flood
Control and Water Storage*. New York: Devin-Adair Co, 1954. Print.

Johnson, Rich. *The Central Arizona Project, 1918-1968*. Tucson: University
of Arizona Press, 1977. Print.

Smith, Karen L. *The Magnificent Experiment: Building the Salt River
Reclamation Project, 1890-1917*. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1986.

Solliday, Scott W, and Shelly C. Dudley. *Roosevelt Water Conservation
District Canal: South of the Salt River, Mesa-Chandler Vicinity, Maricopa
County, Arizona : Written Historical and Descriptive Data, Photographs,
Reduced Copies of Drawings*. Place of publication not identified: publisher
not identified, 2000. Print.

Bailey, Paul, and Walker R. Young. *The Development of the Upper Sacramento
River: An Appendix to the Summary Report on the Water Resources of
California, and a Coordinated Plan for Their Development, a Report to the
Legislature of 1927*. , 1927. Print.

Orsi, Jared. *Hazardous Metropolis: Flooding and Urban Ecology in Los
Angeles*. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2004. Print.

Simon, Ted. *The River Stops Here: How One Man's Battle to Save His Valley
Changed the Fate of California*. New York: Random House, 1994. Print.

Norwine, Jim, John R. Giardino, and Sushma Krishnamurthy. *Water for Texas*.
College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 2005. Print.

Adams, John A. *Damming the Colorado: The Rise of the Lower Colorado River
Authority, 1933-1939*. College Station: Texas A & M University Press, 1990.

Banks, Jimmy, and John E. Babcock. *Corralling the Colorado: The First
Fifty Years of Lower Colorado River Authority*. Austin, Tex: Eakin Press,
1988. Print.

Dill, Clarence C. *Where Water Falls*. Spokane, Wash: Clarence C. Dill,
1970. Print.


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