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Report to the Congress on the unified development of the Tennessee River system.

Tennessee Valley Authority

Report to the Congress on the unified development of the Tennessee River system.

by Tennessee Valley Authority

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Published in [Knoxville? Tenn .
Written in English

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  • Tennessee River.
    • Subjects:
    • Tennessee River

    • Edition Notes

      On cover: The unified development of the Tennessee River system. Tennessee Valley Authority. March 1936.

      Other titlesThe unified development of the Tennessee River system.
      StatementSubmitted by the Board of Directors of the Tennessee Valley Authority. March 1936.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTC425 .T2 1936
      The Physical Object
      Pagination105p.
      Number of Pages105
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6343533M
      LC Control Number36026219
      OCLC/WorldCa3416795

      The Green Book. In , policymakers in Washington, D.C. undertook a comprehensive review and analysis of water resources planning and management. Known as the Green Book for the color of its cover, the report presented the classic economic efficiency model as the standard for analysis.   Sen. Alexander and Rep. Duncan introduced a resolution to recognize TVA and congratulate the agency on the 80th anniversary of the “Unified Plan of the Development of the Tennessee River.

      After Congress authorized the construction of a dam at Gilbertsville, Kentucky, on , the Tennessee Val ley Authority (TVA) began work on the most important dam in its system of multiple-purpose, main river dams. Explora tions on the Lower Tennessee Project, or the Kentucky Project as it was also known in TVA circles, began in KNOXVILLE, Tenn. ̶ The Tennessee Valley Authority has made the final scheduled payment on Congress’ original $1 billion investment in building TVA’s power program decades ago. “This may be as close to a mortgage-burning milestone as you can have in the federal government,” TVA President and CEO Bill Johnson said.

      The Tennessee Valley Authority is planning a yearlong celebration of its dams as it marks 80 years since the advent of the “Unified Plan of the Development of the Tennessee River.” Pictured is. The directors of the Authority are hereby directed to report to Congress their recommendations not later than April 1, , for the unified development of the Tennessee River system. (k) Shall have power in the name of the United States—.


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Report to the Congress on the unified development of the Tennessee River system by Tennessee Valley Authority Download PDF EPUB FB2

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By Tennessee Valley Authority. Abstract. On cover: The unified development of the Tennessee River system. Tennessee Valley Authority. March Mode of access: Author: Tennessee Valley Authority.

Technical monograph (Tennessee Valley Authority), no. The general program of the unified development of the Tennessee River system is outlined in.

The Unified Development of the Tennessee River plan stressed TVA was to provide flood control, navigation and electricity for the region. TVA’s dams are tangible evidence of its primary mission: improving life in the Tennessee Valley.

We’re celebrating the plan with an in-depth look at 32 of the dams it. Report to the Congress on the unified development of the Tennessee River system [By Arthur E. Morgan, Harcourt A.

Morgan, David E. Lilienthal, ] () Annual report of the Tennessee valley authority () avec Tennessee Valley authority comme Éditeur scientifique Annual. Tennessee River Following the principles of unified resource development, Congress gave TVA a broad mandate: to regulate the flow of the Tennessee River system to create a deep-water navigation channel and to regulate flood waters in the Tennessee and lower Mississippi valleys.

As a by-product of building dams to control floods, TVA also would produce inexpensive electrical power. The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) is a federally owned corporation in the United States created by congressional charter onto provide navigation, flood control, electricity generation, fertilizer manufacturing, and economic development to the Tennessee Valley, a region particularly affected by the Great r George W.

Norris (R-Nebraska) was a strong sponsor of. Summary of - th Congress (): A resolution commending the Tennessee Valley Authority on the 80th anniversary of the unified development of the Tennessee River system. The Unified Development of the Tennessee River System, submitted by the TVA Board of Directors to the U.S.

Senate and House of Representatives, Ma 36 Ibid. Wilson Dam, located on the Tennessee River between Colbert and Lauderdale Counties near Muscle Shoals, was originally constructed to provide hydroelectric power for the production of nitrates during World War also made the river more navigable, provided energy for regional development, and created numerous recreational activities.

Wilson Dam is the largest conventional. Included is a booklet titled The Unified Development of the Tennessee River System which is a report to the United States congress by the Board of Directors of the Tennessee Valley Authority, March The Tennessee Valley Authority is a wholly owned Government corporation created by the Tennessee Valley Authority Act of (16 U.S.C.

) for the general pur- pose of providing for the unified development of the Tennes- see River system, including flood control in the Tennessee. See Report to the Congress on the Unified Development of the Tennessee River System, Tennessee Valley Authority, Marchpp. 18—20, 96, The dam itself is situated on land acquired from the respondent and known as the Powelson site.

retirement system together with financial statements and the certified public accounting firm's opinion thereon. TVA is a wholly owned Government Corporation created by the TVA Act of (16 U.S.C. ) for the purpose of providing for the unified development of the Tennessee River system, including flood control in the Tennessee River and.

The basin program that commanded the most attention in this era was for the Tennessee River. Development of the Tennessee Valley region, via the Tennessee Valley Authority established inwas promoted as a model of unified river basin development, both domestically and abroad.

The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) is an independent Government corporation created by the Tennessee Valley Au- thority Act of (48 Stat. 58, 16 U.S.C. ), to provide generally for the unified development of the Tennessee River system and to assist in developing other resources in.

(d) The Board of Directors of the Tennessee Valley Authority shall, prior to undertaking any survey or field investigation under the Tennessee Valley Authority Act ofas amended (16 U.S.C. et seq.), relating to works of improvement for flood control or watershed protection to be installed wholly within a watershed or subwatershed area.

See Report to the Congress on the Unified Development. Page U. of the Tennessee River System, Tennessee Valley Authority, March,pp. 96, The dam itself is situated on land acquired from the respondent and known as the "Powelson site.". the Tennessee River and its tributaries, and to unite the various power installations into one or more systems by transmission lines.

The directors of the Authority are hereby directed to report to Congress their recommendations not later than April 1,for the unified development of the Tennessee River system. Maps: Published general maps of the Tennessee Valley showing TVA projects, (2 items).

Records of the Office of Agricultural and Chemical Development General records. Textual Records (in Atlanta): Correspondence, reports, and other records relating to the commercial application of freezing technology to food, in a report of the TVA Board of Di-rectors to the Congress: A program of unified development for the Tennessee River Basin, in order to be most effective and economical must have in view not only the functions of the federal government, but also the proper relating of these functions to the functions of state and local govern.