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Hall, Wm. Ham. (William Hamm …
Sheet No. 1, Northern Portio …
1886
Authors Hall, Wm. Ham. (William Hammond), California State Engineering Department
Full Title California State Engineering Department. Topographical And Irrigation Map Of The San Joaquin Valley. Sheet No. 1. Wm. Ham. Hall, State Engineer, 1886. Note. This Topographical and Irrigation Map of San Joaquin Valley is published in four sheets, as follows: Sheet No. 1, from Tp. 4 N. to 1st Standard South. Sheet No. 2, from 1st to 3d Standard South. Sheet No. 3, from 3d to 5th Standard South. Sheet No. 4, from 5th to 8th Standard South. It is intended as a general illustration of the present extent of irrigation, and a means of studying its future possible development ...
Note Northern sheet centered on Stockton and Modesto. Covers areas fed by the lower Sacramento, lower San Joaquin, Mokelumne, Calaveras, Stanislaus, and Tuolumne Rivers. Includes most of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. Water Resources Center Archives call number mG436 B no.1 c.2.
Hall, Wm. Ham. (William Hamm …
Sheet No. 2, North-central P …
1886
Authors Hall, Wm. Ham. (William Hammond), California State Engineering Department
Full Title California State Engineering Department. Topographical And Irrigation Map Of The San Joaquin Valley. Sheet No. 2. Wm. Ham. Hall, State Engineer, 1886. Note. This Topographical and Irrigation Map of San Joaquin Valley is published in four sheets, as follows: Sheet No. 1, from Tp. 4 N. to 1st Standard South. Sheet No. 2, from 1st to 3d Standard South. Sheet No. 3, from 3d to 5th Standard South. Sheet No. 4, from 5th to 8th Standard South. It is intended as a general illustration of the present extent of irrigation, and a means of studying its future possible development ...
Note North-central sheet centered on Merced and Madera. Covers areas fed by the San Joaquin, Merced, Fresno, and Chowchilla Rivers, and by Bear, Mariposa, and Dry Creeks. Water Resources Center Archives call number mG436 B no.2 c.2.
Hall, Wm. Ham. (William Hamm …
Sheet No. 3, South-central P …
1886
Authors Hall, Wm. Ham. (William Hammond), California State Engineering Department
Full Title California State Engineering Department. Topographical And Irrigation Map Of The San Joaquin Valley. Sheet No. 3. Wm. Ham. Hall, State Engineer, 1886. Note. This Topographical and Irrigation Map of San Joaquin Valley is published in four sheets, as follows: Sheet No. 1, from Tp. 4 N. to 1st Standard South. Sheet No. 2, from 1st to 3d Standard South. Sheet No. 3, from 3d to 5th Standard South. Sheet No. 4, from 5th to 8th Standard South. It is intended as a general illustration of the present extent of irrigation, and a means of studying its future possible development ...
Note South-central sheet centered on Fresno, Travers, and Tulare. Covers areas fed by the San Joaquin, Kings and Kaweah Rivers, and by Sand, Yokol, and Cottonwood Creeks. Water Resources Center Archives call number mG436 B no.3 c.2.
Hall, Wm. Ham. (William Hamm …
Sheet No. 4, Southern Portio …
1886
Authors Hall, Wm. Ham. (William Hammond), California State Engineering Department
Full Title California State Engineering Department. Topographical And Irrigation Map Of The San Joaquin Valley. Sheet No. 4. Wm. Ham. Hall, State Engineer, 1886. Note. This Topographical and Irrigation Map of San Joaquin Valley is published in four sheets, as follows: Sheet No. 1, from Tp. 4 N. to 1st Standard South. Sheet No. 2, from 1st to 3d Standard South. Sheet No. 3, from 3d to 5th Standard South. Sheet No. 4, from 5th to 8th Standard South. It is intended as a general illustration of the present extent of irrigation, and a means of studying its future possible development ...
Note Southern sheet centered on Tulare Lake, Bakersfield, Buena Vista Lake and Kern Lake. Covers areas fed by the Tule and Kern Rivers, and by Deer and Poso Creeks. Water Resources Center Archives call number mG436 B no.4 c.2. See also Image No. 4250.000 for another copy.
Hall, Wm. Ham. (William Hamm …
Composite: Sheets Nos. 1-4, …
1886
Authors Hall, Wm. Ham. (William Hammond), California State Engineering Department
Full Title (Composite of) California State Engineering Department. Topographical And Irrigation Map Of The San Joaquin Valley. (Sheets Nos. 1-4). Wm. Ham. Hall, State Engineer, 1886. Note. This Topographical and Irrigation Map of San Joaquin Valley is published in four sheets, as follows: Sheet No. 1, from Tp. 4 N. to 1st Standard South. Sheet No. 2, from 1st to 3d Standard South. Sheet No. 3, from 3d to 5th Standard South. Sheet No. 4, from 5th to 8th Standard South. It is intended as a general illustration of the present extent of irrigation, and a means of studying its future possible development ...
Note Composite of the four sheets covering the entire San Joaquiin Valley.
Hall, Wm. Ham. (William Hamm …
California Drainage Areas
1888
Separate Map
Authors Hall, Wm. Ham. (William Hammond), California State Engineering Department
Full Title Drainage Area Map to Accompany Report on Irrigation and Water Supply in California. Wm. Ham. Hall, State Engineer. On this Map are outlined in red the areas from which the more important streams in the state drain their waters. They are arranged and tinted in five groups, as elsewhere explained, and separately identified by number.
Note Date estimated. Includes "Table of Drainage Areas in California" showing the identifying number (keyed to map), name, and area of each of 290 watersheds. Map scanned from the collection of the Water Resources Center Archives, University of California Library, call number mG409162 B c.2. In color. Mounted on linen.
Hall, Wm. Ham. (William Hamm …
Topographical and Irrigation …
1887
Separate Map
Authors Hall, Wm. Ham. (William Hammond), California State Engineering Department
Full Title California State Engineering Department. Topographical and Irrigation Map of the Great Central Valley of California. Embracing The Sacramento, San Joaquin, Tulare and Kern Valleys and the Bordering Foothills.
Note Date estimated. Large scale map showing the entire Central Valley and its potential for irrigation. This was probably issued in conjunction with Hall's report on irrigation and water supply that was published in 1888. Map scanned from the collection of the Water Resources Center Archives, University of California Library, call number mG430 B c.2. Has 3 cm wide yellowed Scotch tape at center fold. Mounted on linen, edges taped with cloth tape. Relief shown by shading.
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