Historic Analysis of Water Levels on the Manitowish Waters Chain of Lakes

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Title

Historic Analysis of Water Levels on the Manitowish Waters Chain of Lakes

Subject

Hydrology, Army Corps of Engineers, Ojibwa

Description

Web site created to capture the impact of the Rest Lake Dam on history and cultural resources. This early research hold-up well, except later research reveals Army Corps documents clearly suggest the 25 foot dam site on Vance lake was never build and the Dam was constructed in its current location with a capacity of roughly 15 feet.

Creator

James Bokern and Ryan Christianson

Source

Digital Time Travler Program and North lakeland Discovery Center

Publisher

Digital Time Travler Program

Date

2001

Contributor

Marshfeild High School

Relation

Wayback Machine web site:
https://web.archive.org/web/20070207020132/http://www.marshfield.k12.wi.us/socsci/mwchain/default.htm

Format

Web page scans

Type

web page-discontinued

Files

MW Chain DTT.pdf

Citation

James Bokern and Ryan Christianson, “Historic Analysis of Water Levels on the Manitowish Waters Chain of Lakes
,” History of Mercer, Wisconsin, accessed July 13, 2020, http://mercerhistory.org/document/33.