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Aigendliche delineation welcher Gestalt die Schwedische den Weixel tam dvrch stochen vnd den ganzen Dantziger Werder vberschwimbt samt der ganzen Sitvation mid vmb ligenden Örter

A representation of the great storm at Providence, Sept. 23d 1815 / painted and engraved by J. Kidder.

Das allegrösste Bilder ABC. UV bei Winckelmann & Söhne in Berlin

[Lieutenant Louis von Trebra, Captain [Lieutenant] Adolph Metzner, and Lieutenant Walker, Tennessee River near Battle Creek, Alabama, August 1862]

The Great Flood, Denver, Colorado Territory, May 19, 1864 / George D. Wakely.

U.S. Reports: Railroad Company v. Reeves, 77 U.S. (10 Wall.) 176 (1870)

Plan for sewering the city of Washington, D.C. : and at the same time purify B-Street Sewer and James Creek Canal, and prevent floods, which are so frequent, by means of "an artificial current" /

Western sketches - a freshet in the Red River, Texas / Hoskin ; drawn by Frenzeny and Tavernier.

Washed out by the floods - an incident of cabin life in the west

The main trouble

The Republican deluge

The main trouble

The Republican deluge

The great floods of 1883 - Germany's need and America's aid / J. Keppler.

Ohio - View of the recent floods at Toledo, Ohio, looking down the Maumee River from the Dayton and Michigan freight yards / from a sketch by French Brothers.

Holman to Dana: "Et tu, Brute" (And you, you brute)

Preserve your forests from destruction, and protect your country from floods and drought / J. Keppler.

"Help! Help!" / Th. Nast.

The Mississippi levees / drawn by J.O. Davidson.

Two political paths / J. Keppler.

Pennsylvania Ave. [Washington, D.C.] looking towards the Treasury Dept. Rising of the waters [flood]

[Dam, south fork, after Johnstown flood, Pennsylvania]

General view looking south, Johnstown flood

The fatal bridge, Johnstown, Pa. U.S.A

The City of Canvas, where Johnstown was, Pa

The Johnstown Calamity Wreck at the Stone Bridge

Bird's-eye view of the Conemaugh Valley from Nineveh to the lake, Johnstown, Pa. : from personal sketches and surveys of the Pennsylvania R.R. by permission /

The brick schoolhouse where many were rescued, Johnstown, Pa. U.S.A

The Johnstown Calamity. Camped in the Mud

The river of death, Johnstown, Pa. U.S.A

Going for rations, Johnstown, Pa. U.S.A

Cyrus Elders' house, Johnstown Flood, May 31st, 1889

The bridge of death, Johnstown, Pa. U.S.A

The Johnstown Calamity. In the path of Ruin

The Johnstown Calamity. The Stone Bridge

[Ruins of viaduct bridge, Johnstown, Pa., after the flood, May 31, 1889]

[Afro-Americans with wagons at flood site, some digging, Johnstown, Pennsylvania]

Mining for their dead, Johnstown, Pa. U.S.A

Broken dam from roadway, Johnstown Flood, May 31st, 1889

The Johnstown Calamity. All that was left of the city

Where Johnstown was, Pa. U.S.A

Across Stony Creek to Cambria Mills

Showing Library, Company Store, P. R. R. Depot, Conemaugh River and Stony Creek

Johnstown Flood, May 31st, 1889. No. 5, Geo. Hamilton, Assistant Superintendent, Cambria Iron Mills house

The Flood, Warehouse of Cambria Iron Works

The Iron Works, Johnstown, Pa. U.S.A

Johnstown Flood

Conemaugh Valley

The Johnstown Calamity. Relief Station - Sufferers drawing Rations

The Ruins at Johnstown, Pa., after the flood, May 31, 1889

Debris on fire at Bridge

The bridge of death, Johnstown, Pa. U.S.A

The Johnstown Calamity. Desolation - The Club House

The Johnstown Calamity. Wreckage in Stony Creek

Cambria Mills

Across Johnstown to entrance of Conemaugh Valley

The river of death, Johnstown, Pa. U.S.A

The Johnstown Calamity. House of Sisters of Charity

The Johnstown Calamity. An Unwelcome Intruder

Across Johnstown to entrance of Conemaugh Valley

Iron piled like straws, Johnstown, Pa. U.SA

View of the broken dam looking from bed of lake, Johnstown Flood, May 31st, 1889

Where Johnstown was, Pa. U.S.A

The old wollen mill, and the fatal trees, Johnstown, Pa. U.S.A

Looking Down Stony Creek

The Ruins at Johnstown, Pa., after the flood, May 31, 1889

[Flood at 7th and Pa. Avenue, Washington, D.C.]

The Johnstown Calamity. Main Street after the Flood

The bridge builders, Johnstown, Pa. U.S.A

The Johnstown Calamity. A scene in the heart of the city

The Johnstown Calamity. Kernville after the flood

Johnstown and Conemaugh Valley, Pa., Disaster

The Johnstown Calamity. The Valley of Death from Kern Hill, Showing gap

The Johnstown Calamity. An Ocean of Mud

The Johnstown Calamity. Scene on Jackson Street

Iron piled like straws, Johnstown, Pa. U.SA

[Ruins at Johnstown, Pa., after the flood, May 31, 1889]

The Johnstown Calamity. Scene in Cambria City

The Johnstown Calamity. Scene in Cambria City

[Egypt. Village and pyramids during the flood-time. ca. 189-]

U.S. Reports: Casement v. Brown, 148 U.S. 615 (1893)

Drowned in the flood / F. Opper.

Out of the silver flood! / Dalrymple.

Map of the city of Washington showing present main sewerage and sewage outfalls : also the territory flooded in June 1889.

Puck's political weather forecast for Fourteenth Street and vicinity / Dalrymple.

U.S. Reports: Tex. and Pac. Railway v. Interstate Transportation Co., 155 U.S. 585 (1895)

[Wolf Creek flood]

[Wolf Creek flood]

The overflow of the Nile, Cairo, Egypt

[Wolf Creek flood]

Manila - rainy season - Uli Uli Road

The ruins at Johnstown, after the flood May 31, 1889 / Rothengatter & Dillon, photo's, Phila.

Galveston Disaster. House on Ave. N slightly moved with flood

Panorama of orphans' home, Galveston /

Galveston flood, Sept., 1900--Commissary Dept.

Searching ruins on Broadway, Galveston, for dead bodies /

Panorama of wreckage of water front /

Galveston disaster, merchants drying goods after flood

Galveston disaster, people leaving city after flood

Launching a stranded schooner from the docks /

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