CATASTROPHE: New England Flood

New England Flood

All one night, and all the next day and night rain fell on the little mountains of western New England. It ran down the mountains in rivulets, into the brooks and small rivers, into the big Connecticut River, which is the boundary of Vermont and New Hampshire; into the Merrimac in New Hampshire; into the Hoosick River, which drops to the Hudson out of Vermont and Massachusetts; into Otter Creek, which flows northwest into Lake Champlain; into the Winooski, which tumbles through the Green...

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