Introduction: A typically atypical stream Agriculture and oil A small river in the big legal picture Saving water to save the soil Shortages and negotiations The paper river and a lot of dam talk The wet river in a dry decade Building a dam times two Changes in the river: lawsuits, leaks, and brine Paper plus water makes (legal) fire Two suits and an act of Congress Conclusion: a once and future river Appendix A: Abbreviations, acronyms, and terms Appendix B: Conversions, climatology, and methodology Appendix C: For further reading.
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Print version: Bickers, Margaret A. Red water, black gold : the Canadian River in western Texas, 1920-1999. Denton : Texas State Historical Association,