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=== Geographic Location and Tributaries ===
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=== Geographic Location and Tributaries ===
  
The Gila River arises in New Mexico and Eastern Arizona with two main tributaries, the Black River and the Salt River.
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The Gila River arises in New Mexico and Eastern Arizona with two main tributaries, the Black River and the Salt River.  
  
 
=== Early Exploration  ===
 
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*Corle, Edwin, and Ross Santee. The Gila: River of the Southwest. New York: Rinehart, 1951. {{WorldCat|1320321}}
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*Corle, Edwin, and Ross Santee. The Gila: River of the Southwest. New York: Rinehart, 1951. {{WorldCat|1320321}}  
 
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Geographic Location and Tributaries

The Gila River arises in New Mexico and Eastern Arizona with two main tributaries, the Black River and the Salt River.

Early Exploration

Development Along the River

Dams and Power Generation

Water Litigation

Impact on Settlement of the Western United States

Impact on Settlement of Arizona


References

Bibliography

  • Corle, Edwin, and Ross Santee. The Gila: River of the Southwest. New York: Rinehart, 1951. WorldCat 1320321

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