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Excerpt from Irrigation in New Mexico
The area of the Territory is square miles, or acres. (pl. I.) Grand chains Of the Rocky Mountains traverse the Territory from north to south, but become scattered into short ranges as they progress into the central part. Between these numerous branching ranges are many valleys, watered by rivers ﬂowing southward from the snow-capped mountains. Broad mesas and plains cover many thou sand square miles above these river valleys. (fig.
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