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An Alternative Model of Pig Iron Producer: the Merchant Foundry Iron Blast Furnace of the Birmingham Industrial District, 1876-1930
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jack R. Bergstresser, Sr..

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Bobo Road Bridge, Fayette County, Alabama (2002)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Gene A. Ford.

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Dodson Road Bridge, Fayette County, Alabama (2002)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Gene A. Ford.

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HAER No. AZ-14, Mormon Flat Dam, Maricopa County, Arizona: Photographs, Written Historical and Descriptive Data, Reduced Copies of Drawings (1989)
DOCUMENT Full-Text David M. Introcaso.

This Historic American Engineering Record for the Mormon Flat Dam contains photographs, dating from 1924-1988, and descriptive data concerning the dam's construction and use. Mormon Flat Dam was the first dam constructed under the Salt River Project's 1920's hydroelectric expansion program. Currently, the dam is operated by the Salt River Project for the purposes of generating hydroelectric power and for storing approximately 57,000 acre feet of water for agricultural and urban uses.


HAER No. AZ-15, Horse Mesa Dam, Maricopa County, Arizona: Photographs, Written Historical and Descriptive Data, Reduced Copies of Drawings (1989)
DOCUMENT Full-Text David M. Introcaso.

This Historic American Engineering Record includes photographs of the Horse Mesa Dam, dating from 1924-1988, and accompanying written historical and descriptive data. The Horse Mesa Dam is operated by the Salt River Project for the purposes of generating hydroelectric power and for storing approximately 245,000 acre feet of water for agricultural and urban uses. Horse Mesa Dam was the second dam constructed under the Salt River Project's 1920's hydroelectric expansion program.


HAER No. AZ-16, Tempe Canal, South Side of Salt River, Tempe, Mesa and Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona: Photographs, Written Historical and Descriptive Data (1989)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Fred Andersen.

Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) No. AZ-16 presents a written historical summary and relevant historical documentation about the construction and use of the Tempe Canal, which provides irrigation waters to the Southeast valley cities of Tempe, Mesa, and Chandler, Arizona. The report contains a narrative description, photographs, drawings, and maps. The oldest canal in continuous use in the Salt River Valley, the Tempe Canal is the site of early hydropower projects and the last...


HAER No. AZ-17 and AZ-30, Grand Canal and Crosscut Hydro Plant, North Side of Salt River, Tempe and Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona: Photographs, Written Historical and Descriptive Data, Reduced Copies of Drawings (1990)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Fred Andersen. Carol Noland.

Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) No. AZ-17 presents a written historical summary and relevant historical documentation about the construction and use of Grand Canal, which delivers water to users on the north side of the Salt River for agricultural, industrial, and municipal uses. Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) No. AZ-30 provides similar documentation about the construction and operation of the Crosscut Hydroelectric Plant, which sits at the head of Grand Canal and relies...


HAER No. AZ-19, Arizona Canal, North of the Salt River, Phoenix Vicinity, Maricopa County, Arizona: Photographs, Written Historical and Descriptive Data, and Reduced Copies of Drawings (1991)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Shelley C. Dudley.

The Arizona Canal is the northernmost canal in the water distribution system of the Salt River Project, located within the urban center of Phoenix in Central Arizona. The Salt River Valley, at the time of the canal's construction in 1883, already had canals on both the north and south side of the Salt River irrigating portions of the Valley. Yet the men who organized the Arizona Canal Company saw the scorched, desolate desert in the northern part of the Valley and envisioned thousands of...


HAER No. AZ-20, Crosscut Steam Plant, Tempe, Maricopa County, Arizona: Photographs, Written Historical and Descriptive Data (1991)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Barbara Behan.

Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) No. AZ-20 presents a written historical summary and relevant historical documentation about the construction and use of the Crosscut Steam Plant, which provided the first non-hydroelectric power to Salt River Project customers in the Phoenix metropolitan area. The report contains a narrative description, photographs, drawings, and maps. The Crosscut Steam Plant facility is located in Tempe, AZ, near Mill Avenue and Washington Street on the north...


HAER No. AZ-21, Old Crosscut Canal, North Side of Salt River, Maricopa County, Arizona: Photographs, Written Historical and Descriptive Data (1991)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Fred Andersen.

Historic American Engineering Record for the Old Crosscut Canal, which includes photographs and descriptive data concerning the construction and use of the canal. The Old Crosscut Canal was originally built to connect to Arizona Canal with the other northside canals. It served this function to some degree until 1913, when it was replaced by the New Crosscut some two miles east. The Old Crosscut remained, but has not been used for irrigation since. Beginning in the 1920s it was used to help...


HAER No. AZ-22, Western Canal, South Side of Salt River, Mesa, Tempe and Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona: Photographs, Written Historical and Descriptive Data, Reduced Copies of Drawings (1990)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Fred Andersen.

Together, Historic American Engineering Records (HAER) Nos. AZ-22 and AZ-23 present a written historical summary and relevant historical documentation about the construction and use of the Western Canal and the Highline Canal, which are waterways that serve Mesa, Chandler, Tempe, and parts of south Phoenix, Arizona on the south side of the Salt River. This report, Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) No. AZ-22, presents a narrative history of both canals and their infrastructure features....


HAER No. AZ-23, Highline Canal, South Side of the Salt River, Tempe and Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona: Photographs, Reduced Copied of Drawings (1990)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Fred Andersen.

Together, Historic American Engineering Records (HAER) Nos. AZ-22 and AZ-23 present a written historical summary and relevant historical documentation about the construction and use of the Western Canal and the Highline Canal, which are waterways that serve Mesa, Chandler, Tempe, and parts of south Phoenix, Arizona on the south side of the Salt River. HAER No. AZ-22 (see https://core.tdar.org/document/393529) presents a narrative history of both canals and their infrastructure features. It also...


HAER No. AZ-24, Horseshoe Dam, Technical Report (1991)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Donald C. Jackson. Clayton B. Fraser.

This report provides a written narrative of the events leading to the construction of Horseshoe Dam on the Verde River, in Central Arizona. Horseshoe Dam was constructed between 1944 and 1946 by the Salt River Valley Water Users' Association and the Phelps Dodge Copper Company. The dam provides water storage for irrigation and domestic use.


HAER No. AZ-4, Roosevelt Power Canal and Diversion Dam, Gila County, Arizona: Photographs, Written Historical and Descriptive Data, Reduced Copies of Drawings (1984)
DOCUMENT Full-Text David M. Introcaso.

Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) No. AZ-4 presents a written historical summary and relevant historical documentation about the construction and use of the Roosevelt Power Canal and Diversion Dam in the vicinity of Theodore Roosevelt Lake in south-central Arizona. The report contains a narrative description, photographs, drawings, and maps. The Roosevelt Power Canal was built as an integral part of the Salt River Project and represents the U.S. Reclamation Service's first involvement...


HAER No. AZ-50, San Carlos Irrigation Project, North and South of Gila River, Vicinity of Coolidge, Pinal County, Arizona: Photographs, Written Historical and Descriptive Data (1996)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Christine Pfaff.

The San Carlos Irrigation Project (SCIP) is significant for creating an integrated irrigation system to serve both Indian and non-Indian lands along the Gila River. Prior to project construction, irrigation of area lands was piecemeal and non-Indian agricultural development above the Gila River Indian Reservation had depleted water supplies for the Indians. Initial authorization of the project in 1916 and the passage of the San Carlos Act on June 7, 1924 culminated years of studies and efforts...


HAER No. AZ-51, Granite Reef Diversion Dam, Salt River, Mesa Vicinity, Maricopa County, Arizona: Written Historical and Descriptive Data, Photographs, and Reduced Copies of Drawings (1998)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Tonia Woods Horton.

Located approximately thirty miles east of Phoenix, Arizona, adjacent to the city of Mesa, and three miles downstream from the confluence of the Salt and Verde Rivers, Granite Reef Diversion Dam is the principal diversion structure supplying water to the Salt River Project irrigation canals on either side of the Salt River. Although overshadowed in size by the Theodore Roosevelt Dam - the first structure of the Salt River Project proposed by the Department of the Interior's newly formed U.S....


HAER No. AZ-52, South Canal, South of the Salt River, Mesa Vicinity, Maricopa County: Written Historical and Descriptive Data, Photographs, and Reduced Copies of Drawings (1998)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Shelly C. Dudley.

The U.S. Reclamation Service constructed the South Canal to carry water to the farmers on the south side of the Salt River as part of the Salt River Federal Reclamation Project. Built between 1907 and 1909, the original canal measured only two miles and diverted water from the newly erected Granite Reef Dam. The South Canal eventually became the only irrigation structure to divert water directly from the Salt River and deliver it to the south side shareholders of the Salt River Valley Water...


HAER No. AZ-6A, Theodore Roosevelt Dam, Power Plant, Salt River, Phoenix Vicinity, Maricopa County, Arizona: Photographs, Written Historical and Descriptive Data (1996)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Christine Pfaff.

Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) No. AZ-6A examines the origins, construction, use, and significance of the Theodore Roosevelt Dam Power Plant and Transformer House, located in south-central Arizona along the Salt River. The report contains a narrative description, drawings, maps, and historic photographs of the dam's power plant and transformer house. The power generating facilities at Roosevelt Dam, beginning with the 1906 temporary plant, were the first ever built by the Bureau...


Historic American Engineering Record, HAER No. AZ-6, Theodore Roosevelt Dam (1992)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Donald C. Jackson.

Roosevelt Dam comprises the key structure in one of the first major federally sponsored reclamation projects in the West. Authorized as one of the Reclamation Service's first projects in 1903, it continues to store water for agricultural lands, homeowners, and industrial concerns in the Phoenix region that are served by the Salt River Project. Used to impound floodwaters of the Salt River, the 280-foot-high Roosevelt Dam was distinguished as the tallest and last major stone masonry gravity dams...


Hollingsworth Road Bridge, Fayette County, Alabama (2002)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Gene A. Ford.

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John Tyler Morgan Bridge (Morgan Bridge), U.S. Highway 280 Spanning Coosa River, Childersburg, Talladega County, Alabama (1995)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Gene A. Ford.

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Rock Creek Bridge, Winston County, Alabama (2002)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Thomas M. Shelby.

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