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1933 531 IBEIGATION Wo. 502.—IRRIGATION: ACBEAGB AND INVESTMENT IN ENTERPRISES, BY DRAINAGE BASINS, 1920 AND 1930 NOTE.—See headnote, Table 499 Area enterprises Area irrigated (acres) were capable of supplying with water, 1930 (acres) 1919 1929 Drainage basin 1920 1930 19,191,716 19, 547, 544 26,101, 890 30,599,470 697,657 1,032,756 Total. Red River (of the North) tributaries Missouri River and tributaries 4 , 1 4 7 , 2 7 8 Mississippi River and tributaries, exclusive of Missouri River G
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  IBEIGATION 531 Wo 502. —IRRIGATION ACBEAGB  AND  INVESTMENT  IN  ENTERPRISES,  BY DRAINAGE  BASINS,  1920  AND  1930 NOTE.—See  headnote, Table  499 Drainage basinArea irrigated (acres)19191929Area  en- terpriseswere capa-ble of  sup- plyingwith  wa- ter,  1930 (acres)Irrigablearea  in en- terprises,1930(acres)Investment(thousands  of dollars)1920  1930 Total.19,191,716 19, 547,  544 26,101,  890 30,599,470697,657 1,032,756 Red River  (of the  North) tributariesMissouri River  and  tributaries 4 , 147 , 2  78 Mississippi River  and  tributaries, exclu-sive  of  Missouri RiverGulf streams other thnn Mississippi Riverand  Rio  GrandeRio Grande  and  tributaries' i Independent streams  in Rio  GrandeDrainage Basin  , _-. Colorado River  and  tributaries 2 , 312 , 047 Whitewater Draw  and  tributariesGreat Basin DrainageColumbia River  and  tributaries 3 , 873 ,  245 Pacific Ocean streams other than Coloradoand Columbia  Rivers3,  570 , G87 4,147,278958,493 698,  0771,  204,  602 108,  3532,312,0475,8712,313,1G3 3,873,245 3,  570,  G87 2,099 4,185,ISO902,660662,9581, 468,91396,812 2,  537,1243,301 2, 069,  980 3,393,640 4,225,971 2,099 5,472,  0121,170, 583 1,221,9971,807,195 107,  586 3,  335,  914 4,753 2, 579,  6124,241,2446,158,  895 2 4 9 6 231 873 1,280,7301,536,404 109,2254,435,529 6,5703,059,019 4,992,131 6,878,141 131,55335,18429,440 33,  88686,69729906,589 145,  67221136,50731,83228,57852,979709 132,  350231 72 008 157,  355 167,  398  420,  066 1  Not  including Independent streams  in  Rio  Grande Drainage Basin. No 503.— IRRIGATION ACREAGE, VALUE,  AND  AVERAGE VALUE  PER  ACRE OF  ALL  CROPS  AND  OP  IRRIGATED  CROPS,  1929 NOTE.—The  data  in  this table  are  from schedules  of  individual farmers  and not  from  the  managements ofirrigation enterprises. Acreage does  not  include pasture landStateUnited StatesIrrigation StatesArizonaArkansas...CaliforniaColoradoIdaho  -- Kansas  _. LouisianaMontanaNebraska  _ NevadaNew MexicoNorth Dakota 21 , 33 Oklahoma1 5 ,  570 , 362 OreRon...South Dakota 17 , 95 TexasUtah....WashingtonWyoming381,944,  55 178,614,903AcreageAll cropsTotal acres500,3420,556,2380,623,7276,761,1763,182, 767 24,313,  7744,110,6437,878, 62521,432,100 396,  769 1, 497,  369 21,  336,  77215, 570,  362 2,861,  46717,955,734 30 706 089 1, 200,154 3,  660,8532,009,942Percent ofUnitedStatestotal 100.0 Irrigated cropsTotalacres 49.  3 14,633,252Percent ofirriga-tionStatestotal 8,077,812 100.0  3,400,378 .1 1.81.81.9 .9 6.7 1.1 2.2 5.9 .1.4 5.9 4.3.8 5.08.6 .3 1.0 .0 146, 910 | 3,  540,  350 2,  291,  9271,  634,  321 56,  939 400,  375 1,343,035 404,481390,192371,209 10,  6512,109 637,  96759,361594,287917,139405,027978,106 3.1 1.0 24. 15.7 11.  7 9.22.82.72.4.14.4.44.06.22.86,7 ValueAll cropsTotal(thou-sands  of dollars)32,367210,182537,479124.762104 ; 045299,152 U0,  75087,039299,127 8,703 34,648181,303245,56189,354171,238015,60035,200144,83729,371 Per cent  of UnitedStatestotal100.0Aver-agevalueperacre (dol- lars). Total(thou-sands ofdollars) 22.33 42.1  19.04 .4 2.6. 6.7,1.5.1.3 3.7: 1.9 l.ll2.23.0 1.11.1   l 64.0932.0081.1418.4532.6912.3030.4311.1213.9621.9423.148.5015.7731.239.5420.0129.3839.5614.61Irrigated crops   Percent ofirriga-tionStatestotalAver-agevalueperacre (dol- lars) 9,943  100.0 61.50 31,021 440,  259 82,  35773,8931,706W,23528,86815,545 8,473 18,  865 278 10024,800 1,646 33,  221 29,  99661,14518,851 3.4.749.69.28.2.2 1.8 3.2 1.7 .92.1 2.8.23.73.3 6.82.169.12 45.  49126.0535.9345.2129.9640.5521.4938.4321.7250.8120.0747.5338.8727.7255.9032.71 150.  9 719.271 Data  on the  relatively small amount  of  irrigation outside  of  the 19 irrigation States  are not  available.3 Less than one-tenth  of  1  per  cent.Source  of  Tables 502  and  603:  Bureau  of the  Census, Department  of  Commerce. 1933  536 IRRIGATION No 510.— IRRIGATION:  ACREAGE AND INVESTMENT IN ENTERPRISES, BT DRAINAGE BASINS, 1920 AND 1930 NOTE.—See headnote, Table 507 Drainage basin Area irrigated (acres) 1919 1929 Area en-terprises were capa-ble of sup-plying with wa-ter, 1930 (acres) Irrigable area in en-terprises, 1930 (acres) Investment (thousands of dollars) 1920 1930 Total Bed River (of the North) tributaries Missouri River and tributaries Mississippi River and tributaries, exclu- .  sive of Missouri River Gulf streams other than Mississippi River and Rio Grande Rio Grande and tributaries i Independent streams in Rio Grande Drainage Basin Colorado River and tributaries Whitewater Draw and tributaries Great Basin Drainage Columbia River and tributaries Pacific Ocean streams other than Colorado and Columbia Rivers 19,191,716 19, 547, 644 26 101,890 30,599,470 697,657 1,032,766 4,147,278 958,493 698,077 1,204, 602 108,353 2,312,047 5,871 2 313,163 3,873,246 3,670,687 2,099 4,185,180 902,5'60 662,958 1,468,913 95,812 2 537,124 3,301 2,069,986 3,393,640 4,225,971 2,099 5,472,012 1,170,583 1 221,997 1,807,195 107,586 3,335,914 4,753 2 579,612 4,241,244 6,158,895 2,409 6,231,873 1,280,730 1 536,404 2,068,439 109,225 4,436,529 6,670 3,069,019 4,992,131 6,878,141 131, 653 35,184 29,440 33,886 939 86,697 299 66, 589 145, 672 167, 398 21 136,507 31,832 28,578 52,979 769 132,350 231 72,068 157,365 420,066 1  Not including Independent streams in Rio Grande Drainage Basin. No 511. —IRRIGATION:  ACREAGE, VALUE, AND AVERAGE VALUE PER ACRE OF ALL CROPS AND OP IRRIGATED CROPS, 1929 NOTE.—The data in this table are from schedules of individual farmers and not from the managements of irrigation enterprises. Acreage does not include pasture land State Acreage All crops Total acres Per cent of United States total Irrigated crops Total acres Per cent  of irriga-tion States total Value All crops Total (thou-sands of dollars) Per cent of United States total Aver-age value per acre, (dol-lars) Irrigated crops Total (thou-sands of dollars) Per cent of irriga-tion States total Aver-age value per acre (dol-lars) United States Irrigation  tates Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Idaho--Kansas Louisiana Montana Nebraska Nevada New Mexico North Dakota Oklahoma Oregon South Dakota Texas Utah Washington Wyoming 361,944, 557 178,614, 903 100.0 49.3 0 14,833,252 100.0 8,077,812 3,400,378 100.0 42.1 22.32 19.04 Q 899, 948 100.0 61.50 500, 342 556, 238 623 727 761,176 182 767 313 774 110 643 878 626 432,100 396 769 497, 369 336 772 670, 382 861 467 966, 734 766, 089 200,154 660,853 009,942 1 L8 L8 1.9 .9 6.7 LI 2.2 5.9 .1 .4 5.9 4.3 8 5.0 8.5 .3 1.0 146,910 3,640,360 2,291,927 1 634,321 66,939 400,375 1,343,035 404,481 390,192 371,269 10,651 2,109 637,967 69,361 694,287 917,139 405,027 978,106 3.1 LO 24.2 15.7 U.2 .4 2.7 9.2 2.8 2.7 2.4 .1 Q 4.4 .4 4.0 6.2 2.8 6.7 32, 367 210 182 637,479 124,762 104,046 299,152 149, 750 87 639 299,127 8,703 34, 648 181,303 246 561 89, 354 171, 238 615, 600 35,260 144,837 29,371 .4 2.6 6.7 L5 L3 3.7 L9 LI 3.7 1 .4 2.2 3.0 LI 2.1 7.6 .4 L8 .4 64.69 32.06 8L14 18.45 32.69 12.30 36.43 IL 12 13.96 2L94 23.14 8 60 15.77 31.23 9.64 20.01 29.38 39.66 14.61 31,021 6, 683 446,259 82,357 73,893 1,706 16,235 28 868 15,646 8,473 18,865 278 100 24,800 1,646 33, 221 29,996 61,146 18,851 3.4 .7 49.6 9.2 8.2 2 L8 3.2 L7 .9 2.1 (2) (2) 2.8 2 3.7 3.3 6.8 2.1 69.12 45.49 126.05 35.93 45.21 29.96 40.55 2L49 38.43 21.72 50.81 26.07 47.63 38.87 27.72 65.90 32.71 150.97 19.27 1 Data on the relatively small amount of irrigation outside of the  19  irrigation States are not available, s Less than one-tenth of  1  per cent. Source of Tables  610  and  611:  Bureau of the Census, Department of Commerce. 1934
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