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NCHGC: History: Colorado River


The Colorado River carves a distinct course through the depths of American cultural history. The river has been an important source of water and life for Native ...

Colorado River Timeline - Water Education Foundation


1892 Colorado River water transported across Continental Divide into Eastern ... Canyon dam removed after one of biggest environmental battles in U.S. history.

Colorado River History | USA Today


One of the important waterways of the Western United States, the Colorado River flows for nearly 1500 miles along the western side of the Rocky Mountains.

Colorado River - Utah History to Go - Utah.gov


Robert McPherson. Utah History Encyclopedia. The Colorado River is one of the most important water systems in the United States. Draining watersheds from ...

CRSP History - Reclamation, Upper Colorado Region


Jul 8, 2013 ... History. Life as we know it today in the western United States would be very different without the reality and benefits of the Colorado River ...

Colorado River | river, United States-Mexico | Britannica.com


Major river of North America, rising in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, U.S., and flowing ... Colorado River, near San Luis, Mex. Adrille ... History and economy

The Colorado River Runs Dry | Science | Smithsonian


From its source high in the Rocky Mountains, the Colorado River channels water .... If you look at the history of CO2 levels that we can ESTIMATE, you will notice ...

Colorado River Map -- National Geographic


Explore an interactive map of Colorado River diversions, dams, ecosystems, stories, pictures, video, and more.

The Colorado River Basin: An Overview - Colorado College


1869- Powell Expedition: John Wesley Powell makes the first trip down the Colorado River. Historical Timeline of the Colorado River with Annual Flows ( MAF).

Colorado River - United States American History


The role of Colorado River in the history of the United States of America.

Colorado River
The Colorado River (Spanish: Río Colorado) is one of the principal rivers of the Southwestern United States and northern Mexico The 1,450-mile (2,330 km) ... More »