Historical document outlining the first known dye traces conducted in Southeastern Minnesota in response to a typhoid outbreak suspected to be caused by infiltration of waste water into public and private drinking water supplies. S.P. Kingston was a public health engineer for the Minnesota Department of Health District No. 3. Also included is a outline summary of the article contents reported by Betty Wheeler of the University of Minnesota Earth Sciences Department. Four traces were conducted in three places in Fillmore County and one in Olmsted county. The Olmsted County trace is outlined in an additional file titled "Report on Investigation of Water Supply and Sewage Disposal Systems" also written by S.P. Kingston with additional appended information provided by the Minnesota Department of Health and Olmsted County Environmental Resources.
Contamination of Water Supplies in Limestone Formation.
American Water Works Association. Vol 35, p. 1450-1456.
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