Box 22, Folder 11: Water Levels-Various Data, 1865-1873

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Lapham, I.A.

Water Levels-Evaporation and Water Barriers. [Meteorological observations]

Oct. 11, 1865 to 1873. [Vol. VIII].

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Leveled by Dr. Lr D.N. Lockwood June 9th 1873 Zero of tide gauge

[calculations]

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[Calculations and Graphs]

Cubic feet in 1 year. running in Niagara river, as measured by Mr. Henry-being just 1/3 of the rainfall upon the Lake basin.

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Newspaper Clipping Entitled 'The Flow of the Great Lakes--Interesting Experiments', p. 4
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Newspaper Clipping Entitled 'The Flow of the Great Lakes--Interesting Experiments', p. 4

[Newspaper Clipping: The Flow of the Great Lakes--Interesting Experiments].

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The first Water lease To Samuel Brown & Benjamin Moffett Now owned by Edward Sanderson Date July 13th 1842

Quantity sufficient for one saw mill saw with the privilege of increasing for a "gang of saws" Wheel not less than 15 feet diameter with a velocity not greater than 4 feet per second Rent $100 pr an.-for one saw-

To Cicero Comstock assignee of the above Date July 27th-1844 Quantity 250 feet or sufficient for one saw with privilege for another saw, & for the "gang of saws'

Modified by agreement Date April 20th 1852 Quantity, sufficient for one saw & 2 Runs stones Rent $400 Other stipulations remain as above.

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