2 edition of Routes to desert watering places in the lower Gila region, Arizona found in the catalog.
Routes to desert watering places in the lower Gila region, Arizona
Clyde P. Ross
|Statement||by Clyde P. Ross.|
|Series||Geological Survey water-supply paper -- 490-C|
|Contributions||Meinzer, Oscar Edward, 1876-1948.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 4, 271-315 p.|
|Number of Pages||315|
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ROUTES TO DESERT WATERING PLACES IN CALIFORNIA AND ARIZONA. PREFACE. By O. MEINZER. The desert region of the United States forms a great triangle whose base, miles long, is the Mexican border from the Peninsular Mountains, in southern California, to the mouth of Pecos River, in Texas, and whose apex is in north-central : Clyde Polhemus Ross, Oscar Edward Meinzer.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ross, Clyde P. (Clyde Polhemus), Routes to desert watering places in the lower Gila region, Arizona. Routes to desert watering places in the lower Gila region, Arizona (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Clyde P Ross; Oscar Edward Meinzer; Geological Survey (U.S.).
TO DESERT WATERING PLAGES IN CALIFORNIA AND ARIZONA. PREFACE. By O. The desert region of the United Sjtates forms a great triangle whose base, miles long, is the Mexican border -from the Peninsular Mountains, in southern California, to the mouth of Pecos Jtiver, in Texas, and whose apex is in north-central : David Grosh Thompson.
EOUTES TO DESERT WATERING PLACES. In the area south of Gila River and west of Santa Cruz Eiver the watering places are few and springs are very rare.
Many of the settlements, especially those around mines, draw their supplies from wells, but the greatest number of wells have been put in as stock- watering by: 1. Routes to desert watering places in the Mohave desert region, California by Thompson, David Grosh,Govt.
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The Trail Route The desert route headed west, not as a single thread, but as a complex of trails with converging and diverging branches. Fed by roadways that originated in Missouri, Tennessee, eastern and central Texas, Santa Fe, northern Mexico and other wellsprings of emigration and commerce.
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~ Region: Northern Arizona ~ Distance: 15 miles ~ Roadway: Begins on State Route 89A just north of Sedona and goes north up through Oak Creek Canyon and ends at the top of the Mogollon Rim.
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The river drains an arid watershed of nea square miles (, km 2) that lies mainly within the U.S., but also extends into northern Sonora, : Colorado River. GROUND WATER, GILA BEND INDIAN RESERVATION A5 and basaltic:flows in the north end of the Sauceda Mountains, about 15 miles south of Gila Bend.
Ross, C. P., Routes to desert watering places in the lower Gila region, Arizona: U.S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply Paper C, p. Describes \vatering points along roads west of Gila by: 4. Hit The Road. Las Vegas to Arizona: It May Just Be the Best American Road Trip Crested buttes, spiritual Navajo lands and even an ostrich.
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[Clyde P Ross].Arizona is a diverse state with arid desert, towering mountains, and lush landscapes around Flagstaff. The warmer temperatures make cooling off a necessity, particularly in summer.
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