Public water facilities inventory by Alabama. State Planning Division.

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Published by Alabama Development Office, State Planning Division in Montgomery .

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  • Water resources development -- Alabama.

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StatementAlabama Development Office, State Planning Division and Alabama Department of Public Health, Environmental Health Administration, Division of Public Water Supplies.
ContributionsAlabama. Division of Public Water Supplies.
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LC ClassificationsHD1694.A62 A47 1978
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Open LibraryOL4378450M
LC Control Number78622550

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