The Upper Snake River Project: A Historical Study of Reclamation and Regional Development, 1890-1930 (University of Washington Abstract). William Darrell Gertsch.

The Upper Snake River Project: A Historical Study of Reclamation and Regional Development, 1890-1930 (University of Washington Abstract)

Seattle, WA: Self-published, 1974. Spiral Bound. 134pp. Quarto [28 cm], spiral-bound with clear plastic front cover, black plastic rear cover. Light rubbing to front cover, lower corner of front cover and first few pages lightly bumped, narrow smudge along lower corner of front cover at fore-edge; text is clean and bright. Circa 1974. Very good. Item #45675

From the introduction: "The reclamation era in Idaho, inaugurated first by private construction and development companies followed by federal reclamation projects, brought fundamental demographic and economic changes to southern Idaho. . . . The Idaho agricultural frontier represents both an extension of and a new dimension to a long history of western settlement and economic growth."

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