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The MCFCD became the lead player for developing a comprehensive flood plan for the entire county.
At the same time, the Army Corps of Engineers began to look into the problems of flooding in Maricopa County.
During the First World War Scottsdale and its environs supported a large cotton farming industry, which was due to the creation of Long Staple Egyptian Cotton, developed by the US Department of Agriculture.
Although cotton is still grown in southern Arizona, Scottsdale's cotton boom ended with the loss of government contracts at the end of the war.
Scottsdale was the site of a German prisoner of war camp at the current intersection of Scottsdale and Thomas Roads in what today is Papago Park.
This growth necessitated development into the flood plain known as the Indian Bend Wash.
The area's later occupants, the Pima and O'odham (also known as the Papago), are thought to be the direct descendants of the Hohokam people.
culminating in the opening of the region's first resort in 1909, the Ingleside Inn, located just south of the Arizona Canal and west of the Crosscut Canal (Indian School Road at about 64th Street) in what is today Scottsdale.
His significant influence on the regional architecture is commemorated through a major street which bears his name and a 125-foot (38 m) spire memorial designed by Wright himself in North Scottsdale.
where 5,500 pilot cadets received their primary flight training before the war's end.
This plan would become known as the multi-use, or Greenbelt, concept.
The two concepts were at odds with one another until the canal plan was defeated in a bond referendum in 1965.
At its peak, the canals stretched over 250 miles, many of which built remains extant today, some having been renovated and put back into use in the 20th century.