The Chagres at Gamboa has been known to rise 35-1/2 feet in 24 hours.
The Society of the Chagres was organized in the fall of 1911.
Streams entering the Chagres in its lower reaches would be dammed back or diverted—a considerable, but not momentous, undertaking.
Alligators abound in the Chagres River and other streams of the Zone.
In the summer of 1852 the Panama railroad was completed only to the point where it now crosses the Chagres River.
The Chagres is capable of rising over forty feet in twenty-four hours.
It was impossible with such rowers to make much speed against the strong current of the Chagres River.
He proposed to conduct the waters of the Chagres to the sea by other channels.
The area between these piles is filled with silt, and water pumped into it by hydraulic dredges from the Chagres valley.
Cholera had broken out with terrible malignity on the banks of the Chagres.