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1 Stephen H. Spurr, Ernest F. Brater, Michael F. Brewer, Justin W. Leonard, A. Starker Leopold, and William A. Spurr Rampart Dam and the Economic Development of Alaska. Volume I : Summary Report
Ann Arbor, Michigan Rampart Dam - Alascka Economic Development Project : University of Michigan 1966 First Edition Paperback Good 
Ann Arbor, Michigan: Rampart Dam - Alascka Economic Development Project : University of Michigan, 1966. First edition [1966]. Analysis of the economic impact of the Rampart Dam, on the Yukon River in Alaska. This is the first volume, containing the summary report for the entire project that was conducted by the School of Natural Resources at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. Sections include: The Case for Federal Investment in Electric Power for Alaska; Electric Power for the Railbelt 1965-1985; Power for Electroprocess Industries 1965-1985; Long-Term Power Needs, 1985-2030; Rampart Canyon Dam; and A Program for the Development of Low-Cost Public Power in Alaska. Light and dark blue covers with a small map of the dam's location on the front, plastic comb binding, 62 pages. Page from Alaska Construction magazine concerning a survey about the dam laid in loosely at the front. Some light cover wear and a bit of surface soil, comb binding has a clean break toward the center which does not affect soundness of the book, some underlines and marginalia, pages otherwise clean. . First Edition. Soft Cover. Good. 4to - over 9" - 12" tall. First Edition. 
Price: 55.00 USD
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