The Great Flood of 1913 in Pictures

“The National Calamity”

13In March of 1913, Indiana experienced the worst natural disaster in its history. A perfect storm occurred when a Midwestern cold front collided with the remnants of a major hurricane. The result was catastrophic flooding and unprecedented damage to Indianapolis and several cities across central-southern Indiana.

MOORESVILLE BRIDGE CLOSEUP

The Rains Come…

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