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Fourth report of the Wisconsin State Drainage Association. Containing the more important proceedings and extracts of some of the papers and discussions from January, 1918 to December, 1920

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Wisconsin State Drainage Association
Fourth report of the Wisconsin State Drainage Association. Containing the more important proceedings and extracts of some of the papers and discussions from January, 1918 to December, 1920
[Madison, Wisconsin]: The Association, 1920
v. : ill. ; 23 cm

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Contents

[Half title] Fourth report of the Wisconsin State Drainage Association

[Title page] Fourth report of the Wisconsin State Drainage Association, p. [1]

Advertising directory, p. 2

Table of contents, p. [3]

Program for next convention: seventh, pp. 4-10

Fourth annual convention, p. 11

Drainage and national defense, Jeffrey, J. A. pp. 11-14

Tiling machines, Dibble, A. W. pp. 14-16

Drainage developments in Washington County and vicinity, Leins, C. F. pp. 16-17

Big tile in place of open ditches, Reindahl, A. K. pp. 17-19

Breakage of tile in shipment, Reeves, James A. pp. 19-20

Pay your debts promptly, Coffin, Percival Brooks pp. 21-22

Sub-drainage in road construction, Graham, W. P. pp. 22-25

Grand Rapids field trip, p. 26

Progress in drainage legislation, Vaughan, B. M. pp. 26-32

Fifth annual convention, p. 33

A quick way to make a surface run, Gault, John H. pp. 33-35

Experience with big tile, Webster, H. C. pp. 35-37

Bargaining with railroads for crossings, Donohue, Jerry pp. 37-39

How the state drainage association can help, Foll, Carl pp. 39-43

Slopes in open ditches, Hurtgen, P. J. pp. 43-48

A sane plan for marsh development, Jones, E. R. pp. 48-54

Watertown field trip, pp. 55-56

Sixth annual convention, pp. 57-59

Tabulation of membership, pp. 60-64 ff.


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