This map illustrates the river path between El Paso, Texas and Juarez, Mexico. The location of the International Dam, Riverside Heading, Monument No. 1 and No. 21, Arroyo del Alamo, Diablo Arroyo, and Fort Quitman are pinpointed.
Map of the Rio Grande El Paso-Juarez Valley circa 1930
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