The 1927 Floods

The most destructive flood in US history occurred in 1927 along the Mississippi River. It flooded 27,000 square miles and left 600,000 people homeless.


Great Mississippi Flood of 1927 – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Another flood in 1927 was the most destructive in Vermont history. It destroyed 1,285 bridges and killed the Lt. Governor.


About The 1927 Flood

The picture above was taken from a spot along my bicycle commute to work when I was in Vermont earlier this summer. My picture is below.


These floods were thousands of times larger than the biblical flood in Ellicott City, MD last week – which the National Weather Service of course blamed on global warming.

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