Blueprints and Plan for Building Ditch to Protect School Garden from Flooding

Date
April 16, 1916 - April 22, 1916

Chief Engineer of the Department of the Interior William Reed gives a report on the Carlisle Indian School garden, which is receiving too much water and flooding. He suggests building a ditch and embankment to protect against flooding. Assistant Commissioner of Indian Affairs E. B. Meritt forwards Reed's plans to Superintendent Oscar H. Lipps and tells him to follow along. A set of blueprints for the plan are attached.

Time Period
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Repository
National Archives and Records Administration
Location
RG 75, CCF Entry 121, #42833-1916-Carlisle-916
Blueprints and Plan for Building Ditch to Protect School Garden from Flooding