Why is the Hoover dam called Hoover dam?
It was named in honour of President Herbert Hoover, but once known as the Boulder Dam. It was built between 1931 and 1936.
Hoover Dam was originally called Boulder Dam.
Hoover Dam was originally known as "Boulder Dam."
It is called Hoover Dam.
It was first called Boulder Dam
When Herbert Hoover first proposed the dam it was planned to be built in Boulder Canyon, in 1928 Congress authorized the construction of Boulder Dam, which later became the Hoover Dam.
Hoover Dam is the largest and most impressive dam named after President Herbert Hoover. It was first called Boulder Dam.
It was called Boulder Dam.
It has never been called this. "Graetest" is not a word.
IIt was called Boulder Dam.
The Hoover Dam was at one time the largest dam in the world, which generated the most amount of electricity, but since then it has been surpassed by the Three Gorges Dam in China.
No. It wasn't even originally named the Hoover Dam. It was called the Boulder Dam until Franklin D. Roosevelt dedicated it to Hoover. It was built between 1931 and 1936 during the Great Depression.
Hoover Dam is on the Colorado River. The water backed up behind the dam is called Lake Mead.
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Hoover Dam boarders Nevada and Arizona was named after President Herbert Hoover.
The Hoover Dam, also called Boulder Dam, generates electricity and provides flood control. It also creates a large lake used as a water reservoir and for recreational purposes.
Boulder Dam is now called Hoover Dam. It is located on the Colorado River between Arizona and Nevada.
The Hoover Dam is on the Colorado River.
A nickname for the Hoover Dam is Boulder Dam.
Hoover Dam (also known as Boulder Dam) is the famous dam named after president Hoover
The Hoover Dam dams the Colorado River
Nevada has the Hoover Dam.
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Hoover Dam although it was called Boulder Dam back then.
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.
Original name of Hoover Dam was Boulder Dam.
YES. Franklin Roosevelt changed the name of Boulder Dam to Hoover Dam, to honor Mr. Hoover.
Hoover dam opened in 1920
Hoover Dam was built by people.
There is no Hoover Dam Library.
Lake Mead, named after one of the people who oversaw the construction of the dam.
The Hoover Dam is only one dam. If you are talking about all the dams on the Colorado River there are six dams Glen Canyon dam, Hoover dam, Davis dam, Parker dam, Paulo Verde Diversion dam, and Imperial dam.
Boulder dam was originaly named Hoover Dam.
The hoover dam is 18 feet thick.
The Hoover Dam is made out of concrete and iron.
the hoover dam is 726.4 feet high
The Hoover dam is rectangular and convex(bends out)
The US Government built Hoover Dam.
Hoover Dam was finished in 1935. ~Calli
Hoover is the one. Roosevelt changed the name of Boulder Dam to Hoover Dam.
It's called the Hoover Dam.
Herbert Hoover didn't build the dam, it was just named in honour of him. The Hoover Dam boarders Nevada and Arizona. The dam was built in order to create jobs during the Great Depression and it succeeded
The Hoover Dam is located on the Colorodo River. It is the largest dam in the whole U.S. of A.
The Hoover Dam was built in 1936. The dam is on the Colorado River between Nevada and Arizona.
Hoover Dam is a hydroelectric dam - water turns turbines that generate electricity.
George Harrison invented the First dam ever named Hoover Dam after his son John Hoover.
The Hoover Dam is located on the border between Nevada and Arizona.
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