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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1914 Excerpt: ...has averaged about 21,000 acre-feet per annum for the past ten years. The first dam was constructed in 1908 and its usefulness was destroyed by the...
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1914 Excerpt: ...has averaged about 21,000 acre-feet per annum for the past ten years. The first dam was constructed in 1908 and its usefulness was destroyed by the big flood in September. 1909, in washing out the spillway and part of the dam adjoining. This work was repaired and there is now 4,000 acfes under cultivation. Hogback Canal. This canal was built for the Navajo Indians and takes its water from the San Juan River below Farmington, in San Juan county. All of the structures are of the best type for permanency and there are many of them. The main canal system has been completed and the lateral ditches are to be built this winter and in the spring of 191.5. San Ildcfonso. For a long period of time efforts have been made to secure water for this Pueblo from the Rio Grande, and several ditches have been built and rebuilt, but it has been impossible to hold a heading. The Indians have two small ditches. from the Rio Pojuaqu, a stream which carries water a part of the year, but which during the summer is usually dry excepting after rains. The people living further up the stream take all of the low water supply, leaving nothing for the Indians. It was found possible to develop an underground supply, and at first it was supposed that it would be necessary to pump it, but experiments demonstrated that it could be brought out by gravity on account of the steepness of the valley. The development consisted of digging an accumulation chairl.cr 10x40 feet, the bottom of which is ten feet below the level of the ground. This chamber is lined with concrete and has a concrete cut-off wall on the lower side, 7 feet below the floor. The floor is laid with large concrete blosks, which are bedded in the coarse gravel, allowing the venter to come through the interstices between the block...
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