The spanish element in texas water law is a matter of utmost importance to many landholders whose livelihood is dependent on securing water for irrigation and to many communities particularly concerned about water supply titles to some 280000 acres of texas land originated in grants made by the crown of spain or by the republic of mexico. Texas water law water laws and institutions in the ancient world development of water law in spain hispanic american water laws and institutions spanish water law in texas 1821 1958 rulings on spanish grants in texas v valmont plantations responsibility by betty eakle dobkins. Hans w baade the historical background of texas water law a tribute to jack pope st marys law journal 18 1986 betty eakle dobkins the spanish element in texas water law austin university of texas press 1959 rodney gerick legal aspects of weather modification in texas baylor law review 25 summer 1973. Betty eakle dobkins a native texan was assistant professor of history at southwest texas state college now texas state university in san marcos texas more about betty eakle dobkins the spanish element in texas water law
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