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This statement, dated February 15, 1954, by attorney Walter O. Burk concerns the pool level of the Garrison Dam. The statement says that Burk is the president of the Upper Missouri Development Association, an organization opposed to a pool level of 1,850. The statement highlights three main arguments for a 1,850 pool level and discusses why the association disagrees on each point.

Date of Work

2-18-1954

Keywords

Lewis and Clark Irrigation Project, Buford-Trenton Irrigation Project, Heart-Butte Project, Fort Peck Dam, City of Williston, Oahe and Fort Randall Dam, US Army Appropriation Bill, flooding, flood protections, Garrison Dam, Garrison Reservoir, Garrison Diversion, US Subcommittee on Civil Functions and Military Construction, US House Appropriations Committee, Upper Missouri Development Association, Garrison Diversion Irrigation Project, US Bureau of Reclamation, Montana Dakota Utilities Company, US Bureau of the Census, Great Northern Railroad, United States Army Corps of Engineers, US Army Engineers, US Senate Report Civil Functions Department

Organizations Referenced

US Subcommittee on Civil Functions and Military Construction, US House Appropriations Committee, Upper Missouri Development Association, Garrison Diversion Irrigation Project, US Bureau of Reclamation, Montana Dakota Utilities Company, US Bureau of the Census, Great Northern Railroad, United States Army Corps of Engineers, US Army Engineers, US Senate Report Civil Functions Department

People Referenced

Walter O Burk, General Potter, Mr Davidson, LN McClellan, HL Hiller, Mr Ditsworth, Mr Wegley

Statement by Walter Burk on Garrison Dam Pool Level, February 18, 1954

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