Water and Water Rights
Found in 140 Collections and/or Records:
Contains biographical information, release forms, logs, notes, and other materials gathered by the Tradition Runs Through It fieldschool. Materials date from 2004.
Typewritten engineering report prepared for the Research Corporation of New York concerning the diking of the Great Salt Lake east of Antelope Island to create a fresh water embayment of particular use to Salt Lake City. Typescript was received by the Utah governor's office in January 1934.
Contains tables showing irrigation statistics and maps regarding the canal in Salem, Utah. Dates range 1929-1935, creators unidentified.
Bound handwritten notebooks containing information about the wells, water levels, and water availability for Salt Lake City, Utah between 1934 to 1935.
Photocopy of a handwritten diary and patriarchal blessings, with a typescript of the items, detailing Thomas Jackson Schofield's life as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Thomas Jackson Schofield writes about his conversion in England and about his farming life in Nephi, Utah from 1859 to 1860.
Laws and ordinances relating to sluice and dyke administration in Delfszijl, Netherlands, probably written in the eighteenth century. The laws are concerned with the local dykes and the three sluice gates under the administration of the town.
Laws, ordinances, and resolutions relating to sluice and dyke administration in the Netherlands, probably written sometime during the sixteenth century. The laws are concerned with the maintenance of the dykes and sluices on the local level.
Collection contains two agreements signed by Erastus Snow related to water rights in St. George, Utah. The first agreement, between Snow and Z.C. Rio Virgen Manufacturing Company, is dated January 10, 1888. The second document is a certificate of confirmation of agreement signed by the Clerk of the Water Commissioners Court of Washington County, UT and dated June 6th, 1888.