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This letter, dated February 1, 1955, from a group of farmers along the Missouri River downstream of the Garrison Dam to United States (US) Senator William Langer, expresses the authors' concern and frustration over the loss of farmland due to heavy erosion caused by factors related to the construction of the Garrison Dam. In addition to the rapid loss of farmland, they are frustrated by having to pay property taxes on acreage that no longer exists.

The letter is signed by Nate Olds, Charles W. Russel, Melvin Marlines and Byron Grannis.

See also:

Letter from Senator Langer to Samuel D. Sturgis, Jr. Regarding Erosion Downstream of Garrison Dam, March 25, 1955

Letter From Louis L. De Noya to Senator Langer Regarding Erosion Downstream of the Garrison Dam, March 30, 1955

Letter from E. C. Itschner to Senator Langer Regarding Erosion Downstream of the Garrison Dam, May 2, 1955

Date of Work

2-1-1955

Keywords

downstream, erosion, Missouri River, Garrison Dam, Garrison Reservoir, farmland, property taxes

People Referenced

Nate Olds, Charles W. Russell, Melvin Marline, Byron Grannis, William Langer

Letter from Nate Olds et al. to Senator Langer Regarding Erosion Along Missouri River Downstream of Garrison Dam, February 1, 1955

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