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This old publication can have a number of typos and lacking textual content. buyers can obtain a unfastened scanned replica of the unique publication (without typos) from the writer. no longer listed. now not illustrated. 1904 Excerpt: ...tributaries. The payment of Croydon is found close to the reduce finish of the valley of misplaced Creek. The irrigated land close to it has a space of 424 acres, and is watered from misplaced Creek via ditches, that are the valuables of the Croydon Irrigation corporation, and are referred to as the higher and decrease ditches. The waters of misplaced Creek also are used for irrigation for a distance of nine or 10 miles above Croydon. 11 farms are watered during this part from misplaced Creek and its tributaries, having an combination region of 515 acres. From the mouth of misplaced Creek to Morgan, a distance of approximately eight miles, the process the river is a bit south of west. For three-fourths of that distance the Weber flows via a slender canyon, with out water taken from it for irrigation. around Valley, three miles above Morgan, includes approximately 500 acres, which the river divides into elements, approximately equivalent in zone. those are served through ditches, the North around Valley and the South around Valley ditches, which head within the canyon simply above the valley. a few wonderful springs upward thrust during this valley, and are applied for irrigation. Morgan is found within the higher finish of 1 of an important valleys at the river, in recognize of the level of the world irrigated and the price of the farm items. The valley of the Weber right extends from Morgan approximately to Devils Gate, a distance of approximately 12 miles. At Morgan an arm of the valley extends to the south and comprises the decrease valley of East Canyon Creek, that's an important tributary of the Weber above Devils Gate. From all assets during this valley t5,000 acres are irrigated, and of this region approximately one-half, or 2,900 acres, is irrigated from the waters of East Canyon Creek and its critical tributai, Mill or Hardscrabble Creek. This land is provided t...