(Encyclopedia) Salton Sea slt?n, saline lake, 370 sq mi (958 sq km), northern part of the Imperial Valley, SE Calif.; 232 ft (71 m) below sea level. The area was anciently the northern part of the? (Encyclopedia) Salton Sink: see Salton Sea. (Encyclopedia) Brawley, city (1990 pop. 18,923), Imperial co., SE Calif.; inc. 1908. It is situated in the Imperial Valley, SE of the Salton Sea. Winter fruits and vegetables, cotton, alfalfa, corn,? (Encyclopedia) Coachella Valley k???ch?l?, arid region, SE Calif., N of the Salton Sea. Water is brought into the region by artesian wells and by the Coachella Canal (123 mi/198 km long), a branch? (Encyclopedia) Imperial Valley, fertile region in the Colorado Desert, SE Calif., extending S into NW Mexico. Once part of the Gulf of California, most of the region is below sea level; its lowest? (Encyclopedia) California, Gulf of, or Sea of Corts, arm of the Pacific Ocean, c.700 mi (1,130 km) long and 50 to 130 mi (80?209 km) wide, NW Mexico; separates Baja California from the Mexican? (Encyclopedia) Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, c.639 sq mi (1,655 sq km), S Calif., occupying most of E San Diego co. and neighboring portions of Riverside and Imperial cos.; est. 1933. Part of the? (Encyclopedia) Colorado 1 k?l?r?d?, ?r?d?, ?rd? 2 k?l?r?d?, ?rd?. 1 Great river of the SW United States, 1,450 mi (2,334 km) long, rising in the Rocky Mts. of N Colo., and flowing generally SW? BARRY Robert Raymond , a Representative from New York; born in Omaha, Nebr., May 15, 1915;
received early education in the public schools of Evanston, Ill.; attended
Hamilton College, Clinton, N.Y?