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Its construction created a prime fishing, boating and sailing destination, a national park with great walking trails and hunting areas, and a water reservoir that has been utilized for consumption and irrigation purposes, but most importantly, the construction of Amistad Dam created a manmade barrier to control the potentially deadly waters of the Rio Grande River. This week, Amistad Dam just turned 50 years old.
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