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Reconnaissance malaria and encephalitis control survey report on the proposed Gavins Point Reservoir near Yankton, South Dakota, June 1949
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    June 1949
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    English
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Reconnaissance malaria and encephalitis control survey report on the proposed Gavins Point Reservoir near Yankton, South Dakota, June 1949
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    The Gavins Point Reservoir will be formed by the construction of a dam across the Missouri River approximately 4 miles above and west of Yankton, South Dakota. The reservoir, located on the boundary between South Dakota and Nebraska, will lie in Bon Homme and Yankton Counties, South Dakota, and Knox County, Nebraska. It will be the last or souther-most of a series of projects on the main stem of the Missouri River to be built, administered, and operated by the Department of the Army, Corps of Engineers, Omaha District. This dam has been authorized and a definite project report is being prepared. It was authorized as a part of the comprehensive plan for the Missouri River Basin Development as set forth in House Document 475 and Senate Document 191, and coordinated in Senate Document 247— all pertaining to the 78th Congress, second session.

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