Owens Valley Herald, June 1, 1927
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Owens Valley Herald, volume 19, no. 39, with headline articles, "Los Angeles Aqueduct Badly Damaged by Dynamite," "Trouble Again Breaks Out in Owens Valley-Los Angeles Bitter Water Fight," "Civil War," and "Aqueduct Party in Bad Crash."
To meet the need for water of its growing population, the City of Los Angeles began acquiring water rights in the Owens Valley in 1905. The Los Angeles Aqueduct was completed in 1913 to bring Owens Valley water to the city. During the 1920s, the City of Los Angeles began additional large-scale purchases of land in the Owens Valley to increase its supply of water from the valley, resulting in the city's almost complete control of the valley's agricultural land.
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- Los Angeles Aqueduct (Calif.)
Owens Valley (Calif.)--Social conditions
Water rights--California--Owens Valley
Water rights--California--Los Angeles
Los Angeles Aqueduct
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