Dams of the The Army Corps of Engineers
The Army Corps of Engineers has been around since 1775, first tasked with building fortifications near Boston. Today, over 34,000 civilian and 650 military workers design, build and operate water and other civil projects. Naturally, that includes dams. The dam of significance closest to us, Buford Dam, impounding Lake Lanier, is a Corps project... One of these days we will get around to bagging it properly!
The Corps of Engineers website
For lack of anything better, we catagorize the ACOE dams by river (including tributaries). This is not a complete list, just the ones we have bagged so far.
Chattahoochee River
Savannah River
Cumberland River
The Alabama-Coosa-Tallapoosa System