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The great Johnstown Flood of 1889 - National Flood
The great Johnstown Flood of 1889 - National Flood
Description: The following pictures are pictures of picture within kind of wordy their The Johnstown National Flood Park located near Johnstown. Many American cities has seen flooding, but none can compare to the flooding of this region. Johnstown has had 3 major floods 1889 - 1936 - and 1977. The city always was on the rebound, but the flood of 77 saw a turn in the city as mills shut down, coal mines closed and Johnstown started to shrink...

Date Taken: 4/11/2006
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City: South Fork
*ApertureValue: 6
*ISOSpeedRatings: 0
*ShutterSpeedValue: 4.48
State: pennsylvania
Country: United States
*Camera: hp PhotoSmart 620
*Software: Ver V0.610
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Uploaded on 4/26/2007
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