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    • help with the laying of the pipe. The water system was laid out according to specifications and each councilman supervised a given section. Later, a second bonding of $9,858 covered the cost of piping spring water from higher up in the mountain...
    • Page 155

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    • with John L. Sevy, who had seen them and asked for a ride back to Cedar City that night. He and Mr. Sevy traveled up the canyon from Newcastle past Castle Ranch and on to Irontown and then past Woolsey's Ranch to Cedar City. It took them most of...
    • Page 156

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    • GRASS VALLEY, UTAH (Location T38S R14W SLBM) The "Grass Valley Creek Dam" is located in the right and center of the picture. The Pine Valley Mountains are in the back ground. Capacity of reservoir 26,650 Ac. Ft. The drainage canal through the...
    • Page 157

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    • 1. There was not adequate funds and financing for such an extensive project. 2. There were many time-consunling law suits involvillg water rights. Moreover, "the general Land Office made an adverse report on the New Castle Reclamation Co. in the...
    • Page 168

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    • plant took the machine off their hands." Owen Matheson was employed by the power company to operate the engine. Ann Jones Gardner made the following note in her scrapbook : "Our home was the first house wired for electricity in town, so of c o m e...
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    • got to the end of the tunnel the water was u p to his chin. He couldn't stand straight in the tunnel, but stood in a stooping position. When he came out the other end of the tunnel, he had no way of getting home except by horseback. I t was zero...
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    • Family Man 67 spoke, all was conducted by Pres. Bechtel, and the program was completed with fireworks! It was the most colossal such show we had ever seen. We said goodbye to the Bennetts (such a short visit) and boarded the bus for Philadelphia....
    • Bunkerville Project

    • Construction equipment--Dixie National Forest (Utah); Bunkerville (Clark County, Nevada); Water-supply--Dixie National Forest (Utah)
    • Tunnel point cut, Mesquite Canal. Boise shovel operating on the east side.
    • Bunkerville Project

    • Construction equipment--Dixie National Forest (Utah); Bunkerville (Clark County, Nevada); Water-supply--Dixie National Forest (Utah)
    • Tunnel point cut, Mesquite Canal. Quick-Way truck shovel on the east end of cut.
    • Bunkerville Project

    • Construction equipment--Dixie National Forest (Utah); Bunkerville (Clark County, Nevada); Water-supply--Dixie National Forest (Utah)
    • Tunnel point cut, Mesquite Canal, looking north. Salmon shovel in foreground.
    • Bunkerville Project

    • Construction equipment--Dixie National Forest (Utah); Bunkerville (Clark County, Nevada); Water-supply--Dixie National Forest (Utah)
    • Tunnel point cut, east side looking south to Virgin River. Boise shovel visible.
    • Bunkerville Project

    • Construction equipment--Dixie National Forest (Utah); Bunkerville (Clark County, Nevada); Water-supply--Dixie National Forest (Utah)
    • Tunnel point cut almost ready for water. Boise shovel in foreground.
    • Bunkerville Project

    • Construction equipment--Dixie National Forest (Utah); Bunkerville (Clark County, Nevada); Water-supply--Dixie National Forest (Utah)
    • Tunnel point cut, Mesquite Canal. Salmon power shovel in foreground; Boise power shovel in background. Looking toward the Virgin River.

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