Vermont Flood of 1927

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Vermont Flood of 1927

 

Known as one of Vermont's most devastating events, the 1927 flood took out 1285 bridges, miles and miles of roads and railroads, and countless homes and buildings. Eighty-four people died in the flood, including Lt. Governor S. Hollister Jackson.

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