Native american water rights; San Carlos; Pima; Dam construction; Irrigation; Agriculture; Legislation; Legislative bodies;
Hearings before the House of Representatives Committe on Indian Affairs regarding the irrigation of Pima land and in particular the San Carlos Irrigation Project. Hearings are specifically focused on bill S. 966.
Water use; Native american water rights; Navajo; Arizona; New Mexico; Utah; Economic & social conditions; treaties; Native american water rights
Letter form the Secretary of the Interior transmitting, in response to the Resolution of Inquiry of the 8th of February, 1897. A report from the Commissioner of Indian Affairs relating to a treaty with the Navajo Indians
Water use; Irrigation; Gila River; Pima; Maricopa; Mohave-Apache; Dam construction; government spending policy; legislation; Native american water rights
Hearing before the Senate Committe on Indian Affairs regarding H.R. 18244 which provides for the building of Irrigation works using the GIla River, Ariz., for the irrigation of the Gila Valley for the benefit of the Pima and other Indian tribes....
Irrigation; Economic & Social Conditions; Pima; Arizona; Coolidge Dam; Dam construction; Native american water rights
Statement of George Truman Jones and a short statement by Alfred Jackson, both members of the Pima Tribe, both which state the need of better irrigation for the continued subsistence of agriculture upon the PIma Reservation
Irrigation; Gila River; Salt River; Pima; Maricopa; Arizona; Reclamation Service; Water use; legislative bodies; Administrative agencies; Government spending policy; Native american water rights
Broad scope report into the history and the future of the Gila and Salt River Valleys. Closely articulates opinions and actions of the Reclamation Service and the Army Board for costs and usefulness of past and future projects for the benefit of...
Irrigation; Legislation; Legislative hearings; Water use; Native American water rights; Navajo; Arizona
Report about and amended text of Senate bill 3648 (S.3648) which authorizes the Secretary of the Interior to costruct, operate, and maintain the Navajo irrigation project and begin the initial stage of the San Juan-Chama project.