Acequia Culture: Water, Land, and Community in the Southwest

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CHAPTER ONE
Description of Río del Norte by Oñate's Party and the Taking of Possession of the Provincia de San Felipe del Nuevo México in 159813
De Vargas Letter, 169114
Alburquerque: 1706 Certificate of Founding 15 Colonial Land Use and Irrigation Practices at Nambe, San Ildefonso Pueblo, and Truchas, 177616
Excerpts from El Plan de Pitic de 178918
Ditch Engineering at Valdez, c. 181520
Petition to Take Possession of Valle de Guadalupita, Rio del Coyote, 183722

CHAPTER TWO
Acequia de Chamita at San Gabriel, c. 1612-1341
De Vargas Proceedings in the Settlement of Santa Cruz de la Cafiada, 1695-9642
Margarita de Luna vs. Zalasares, Abiquiu, 1770 Ditch Dispute44
Algodones Ditch Dispute, 1829, Testimony45
W. W. H. Davis, Description of New Mexico Acequias, 185747
W. W. H. Davis, Description of Mexican Plow and Use of Oxen, 185748

CHAPTER THREE
Territorial Acequia Laws, 1851 and 185263
Report of Commission of Irrigation and Water Rights, 189867
Reglas y Regulaciones de la Asequia Madre de Arroyo Seco, 195669
Rules and Regulations of the Asequia Larga de Jacona, c. 1950s73

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