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J. Clark Salyer National Wildlife Refuge, Dam 357, Along Lower Souris River, Kramer, Bottineau County, ND



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Item Title


Location
Along Lower Souris River, Kramer vicinity, ND

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1968.

Notes
Survey number HAER ND-4-E
Building/structure dates: 1935 initial construction
Significance: The dams within the J. Clark Salyer National Wildlife Refuge represent a historical movement to preserve wildlife and wildlife habitat in the United States, which began in the mid-19th century and continues today. The refuge dams are significant for their association with the development of a national wildlife refuge system during the New Deal Era. At the time of its creation, the J. Clark Salyer Wildlife Refuge was considered the most important project in the Federal Government's program of migratory waterfowl habitat restoration. The dams also are representative examples of dams designed by the Federal Government during the New Deal Era for conservation projects.

Subjects
Water Supply
Dams
New Deal


Related Names
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
Roosevelt, Pres. Theodore
Roosevelt, Pres. Franklin D.
Megarry Brothers
Quivik, Frederick L., Historian
McCormick, Mary E., Historian
Carroll, Jane L., Historian


Collection
Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. VIEW OF DAM 357, SHOWING DOWNSTREAM FACE OF THE DAM, LOOKING WEST TOWARD THE OUTLET WORKS
2. VIEW OF DAM 357, SHOWING UPSTREAM FACE OF THE DAM, LOOKING WEST FROM THE NEW MINIMUM FLOW CONTROL STRUCTURE
3. VIEW OF DAM 357, LOOKING WEST ACROSS THE TOP OF THE OUTLET WORKS
4. VIEW OF DAM 357, SHOWING UPSTREAM SIDE OF OUTLET WORKS, LOOKING NORTHWEST
5. DETAIL VIEW OF UPSTREAM SIDE OF OUTLET WORKS, LOOKING NORTHWEST
6. VIEW OF DAM 357, LOOKING WEST ALONG THE CREST OF THE SPILLWAY FROM THE WEST END
7. VIEW OF WEST END OF THE SPILLWAY, DAM 357, SHOWING ORIGINAL FIELD-STONE WEIR WALL AND CONCRETE BUTTRESSING, LOOKING SOUTHWEST
8. VIEW OF UPSTREAM SIDE OF THE CONCRETE STOPLOG STRUCTURE NEAR THE MIDDLE OF THE SPILLWAY AT DAM 357, LOOKING SOUTHWEST
9. VIEW SHOWING UPSTREAM CONCRETE BULKHEAD FOR CONCRETE PIPE THROUGH THE DAM INSTALLED SHORTLY AFTER DAM 357 WAS COMPLETED, LOOKING NORTHEAST
10. VIEW OF MINIMUM FLOW CONTROL GATE STRUCTURE INSTALLED UPSTREAM FACE OF DAM 357 IN MID-1960s, LOOKING NORTHWEST
11. VIEW OF CONSTRUCTION WORK ON SPILLWAY WALL, DAM 357
12. VIEW OF COMPLETED SPILLWAY WALL AT DAM 357
13. FINISHED RUBBLE MASONRY AT WEST END OF SPILLWAY, DAM 357
14. STOPLOG STRUCTURE, DAM 357
15. ROCK WORK ON APPROACH TO FLOOD GATES, DAM 357
16. DOWNSTREAM OF OUTLET WORKS AT DAM 357
17. UPSTREAM SIDE OF OUTLET WORKS AT DAM 357
18. DOWNSTREAM SIDE OF GATES AT DAM 357
19. UPSTREAM SIDE OF GATES AT DAM 357
20. TOPOGRAPHIC MAP OF MARSH AREA NORTH OF DAM 357 March 1937
21. STRUCTURAL DETAILS FOR GATE, STRUCTURE NO. 357 June 26, 1936
22. STRUCTURAL DETAILS FOR SPILLWAY, STRUCTURE NO. 357 June 26, 1936
23. DETAILS FOR STOP LOG GATE AT DAM 357 May 1937
24. PLAN AND PROFILE, STRUCTURE NO. 357 June 26, 1936
25. PIPE & GATE OUTLET CONTROL AT DAM NO. 357


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