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ⓘ China Ditch




China Ditch
                                     

ⓘ China Ditch

The China Ditch in Douglas County, in the U.S. state of Oregon, was a 30-mile canal built in part by Chinese laborers to supply water for the hydraulic mining of gold. The Myrtle Creek Consolidated Hydraulic Gold Mining and Manufacturing Company began purchasing land for the ditch in 1890 and was bankrupt by 1894. Portions of the ditch, which carried water from Little River to North Myrtle Creek, remain visible, and an 11-mile section is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Bureau of land management supports the driving loop and Hiking route for tourists to the moat and it works.

                                     
  • The South China Morning Post also known as SCMP or The Post with its Sunday edition, the Sunday Morning Post, is a Hong Kong English - language newspaper
  • launched in China s countryside 30 years ago have now left its peasants in the ditch It also observed that the income disparity between China s richest
  • factories fear rail Armageddon with orders to ditch trucks Reuters. 21 September 2017 via Reuters. Chinese Regular cargo trains link Chongqing, Germany s
  • Bing Studios, which produces most of his films. His movie on Chinese labour camps, The Ditch was included in the 2010 Venice Film Festival as the film
  • Dreamwork China 2011 China s Century of Humiliation - Documentary Film 2011 The Warriors of Qiugang 2011 China Wow 2010 - The Ditch 2010 Chinese 告别夹边沟
  • The Great Wall of China Chinese 萬里長城 pinyin: Wànlǐ Changcheng is the collective name of a series of fortification systems generally built across the
  • Pengtoushan culture. The site is the earliest in China to feature both a wall and a ditch the ditch was the outermost perimeter. A raised, star - shaped
  • their lease and occupied by local Chinese farmers. After a considerable length of the ditch had been dug, the Chinese farmers protested to the Wanpaoshan
  • The China National Aviation Corporation was a Chinese airline which was nationalized after the Communist Party of China took control in 1949 as Civil

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