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A 1955 speech given by Samuel B. Morris, before the California State Chamber of Commerce in which he recounts the history of water rights in California since 1848 and its relationship with the history of California’s major urban developments. He then discusses the feasibility and limitations of the Central Valley and Feather River Project.