November 16, 1918: Sanitary Survey of Unnamed City — This Day in Water History

November 16, 1918: Municipal Journal. A Sanitary Survey of an Unnamed City. The conditions about which you will read were by no means unusual in 1918 in the U.S. “A State Board of Health a few months ago, made a sanitary survey of a certain city (the name of which is unessential) which was of more than […]

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November 1, 1836: Birth of Hiram Mills; 1952: Cuyahoga River Catches Fire…Again — This Day in Water History

November 1, 1836: Birth of Hiram Francis Mills. “Born in Bangor, Maine, in the year 1836 and receiving his early schooling there, the young Hiram Mills moved on to the newly-established Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute to be graduated before he was twenty. When he was in his middle thirties he was appointed Chief Engineer of the […]

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September 14, 1986: Cadillac Desert Review; 1989: Rocky Flats Hazard to Drinking Water — This Day in Water History

September 14, 1986: New York Times headline–When the Bill for the Marvels Falls Due. Cadillac Desert: The American West and Its Disappearing Water. By Marc Reisner. It’s unlikely that most taxpayers will read Cadillac Desert, but they should. It’s a revealing, absorbing, often amusing and alarming report on where billions of their dollars have gone […]

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