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This letter, Dated March 30, 1955, from Lieutenant Colonel Louis L. De Noya of the United States (US) Army Corps of Engineers to US Senator William Langer acknowledges receipt of Langer's letter of March 25, including an enclosed letter Langer had received from a group of farmers along the Missouri River downstream of the Garrison Dam who are losing farmland to erosion due to factors related to the construction of the dam. De Noya writes that the matter is receiving attention and that Langer "will be advised thereon at an early date."
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downstream, erosion, Missouri River, Garrison Dam, Garrison Reservoir, farmland
US Army Corps of Engineers
Nate Olds, Charles W. Russell, Melvin Marline, Byron Grannis, William Langer, Louis L. De Noya
De Noya, Louis L., "Letter From Louis L. De Noya to Senator Langer Regarding Erosion Downstream of the Garrison Dam, March 30, 1955" (1955). William Langer Papers. 1005.