The 1889 Flood in Johnstown, Pennsylvania.
Johnstown and the story of this tremendous experience
From the publishers: “In May of 1899, a tragic combination of human and natural factors collided to result in the greatest flood ever to result from the bursting of a dam. In the wake of the flood, which brought 20,000,000 tons of water and countless tons of debris down the valley of Johnstown, 99 entire families were lost, 396 children under the age of ten perished, while 568 children lost one or both parents.”
Description: The 1889 Flood in Johnstown, Pennsylvania.
Gettysburg: Thomas Publications, (2002). 180, pp. First Edition. Quarto, glossy photo pictorial boards. Well illustrated. As New condition.