As approved by Congress in the Boulder Canyon Project Act, $165,000,000 was authorized to complete the Boulder Canyon Project which includes the Imperial Dam, Hoover Dam and the American Canal. The Hoover Dam portion was $49,000,000. You can also visit this website for more info:
The cost of building Hoover Dam was $49 million.
it costs 10$ to tour hoover dam
16,000 people built the hoover dam and it was ONLY men, no women
Hoover Dam boarders Nevada and Arizona was named after President Herbert Hoover.
A nickname for the Hoover Dam is Boulder Dam.
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Hoover Dam (also known as Boulder Dam) is the famous dam named after president Hoover
The Hoover Dam dams the Colorado River
No The Fort Peck Dam is the largest dam in the US. It's only 1/3 the height, but much longer (nearly four miles long compared to Hoover's 1/3 of a mile), and has a total volume of over 30 times that of Hoover Dam. Hoover Dam is a different type of dam than Fort Peck Dam, but still, they're not even close.
Hoover Dam was originally called Boulder Dam.
Original name of Hoover Dam was Boulder Dam.
Hoover dam opened in 1920
There is no Hoover Dam Library.
Hoover Dam was built by people.
YES. Franklin Roosevelt changed the name of Boulder Dam to Hoover Dam, to honor Mr. Hoover.
Not positive, but I believe that the total cost of the Bonneville Dam was $88.4 million.
The Hoover Dam is on the Colorado River.
When the dam was in its planning stages, in 1930, Herbert Hoover was President. It was then in 1930 that Secretary Ickes stated publicly that Hoover Dam was to be built, noting that naming a dam after a president was appropriate. In 1933, when Hoover was not re-elected, the name was reverted to Boulder Dam. It remained Bould Dam until 1947, when an act of Congress officially re-named the dam Hoover Dam.
The Hoover Dam is made out of concrete and iron.
the hoover dam is 726.4 feet high
The US Government built Hoover Dam.