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Re: Flood of New haven River 1830
Posted by: Carol Powell (ID *****9811) Date: August 18, 2013 at 16:31:01
In Reply to: Flood of New haven River 1830 by John Carpenter of 23618

The Torrent :: Rare Books and Manuscripts
unparalleled rise of the New-Haven river, in which nineteen persons were swept away, five of whom only escaped, July 26th, 1830
http://middarchive.middlebury.edu/cdm/compoundobject/collection/rbms/id/59
July 26, 1830. The rising waters of the New Haven River surround nineteen people at New Haven West Mills. They are swept downstream and only five escape.
https://vermonthistory.org/explorer/this-day-in-history/vermont-timeline/1820-to-1860


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