Arizona Historical Canals


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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

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Name County USGS Topo Map
Acequis Mesa Maricopa Mesa
Canal Alamo Maricopa Fowler
Canal Alma Maricopa Mesa
Canal Ancho Maricopa Mesa
Canal Baseline Maricopa Fowler
Canal Bueno Lower Branch Maricopa Phoenix
Canal Caliche Maricopa Mesa
Canal Camino Maricopa Mesa
Canal Camino Lower Branch Maricopa Mesa
Canal Casas Maricopa Mesa
Canal Ciudad Maricopa Phoenix
Canal Crismon Maricopa Mesa
Canal Eastern Maricopa Mesa
Canal Eight Maricopa Mesa
Canal Eleven Maricopa Mesa
Canal Five Maricopa Fowler
Canal Five Lower Branch Maricopa Phoenix
Canal Four Maricopa Phoenix
Canal Fourteen Maricopa Mesa
Canal Laveen Maricopa Fowler
Canal Laveen South Branch Maricopa Fowler
Canal Lehi South Branch Maricopa Mesa
Canal Mesa Maricopa Mesa
Canal Minor Maricopa Mesa
Canal Patrick Maricopa Phoenix
Canal Patrick Lower Branch Maricopa Phoenix
Canal Primero Branch Maricopa Laveen
Canal Rio Lower Branch Maricopa Fowler
Canal Scottsdale Maricopa Tempe
Canal Seven Maricopa Phoenix
Canal Seven Lower Branch Maricopa Phoenix
Canal Six Maricopa Fowler
Canal Stone Hoe Maricopa Tempe
Canal Ten Maricopa Phoenix
Canal Thirteen Maricopa Mesa
Canal Three Maricopa Fowler
Canal Turney Maricopa Phoenix
Canal Twelve Maricopa Tolleson
Canal Ultimo Maricopa Mesa
Canal Viejo Central Branch Maricopa Phoenix
East Canal Ancho Maricopa Tempe
Highline Canal Maricopa Tempe
La Toma Crosscut Canal Maricopa Phoenix
Lewis Canal Maricopa Mesa
North Canal Ancho Maricopa Tempe
West Canal Ancho Maricopa Tempe
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