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1865Petersburg, Virginia (vicinity). The flooded Appomattox River. Selected from a collection of images of American history. Credit: Civil War Photograph. Collection: Civil War
1865Petersburg, Virginia (vicinity). The flooded Appomattox River. Selected from a collection of images of American history. Credit: Civil War Photograph. Collection: Civil War
1867Rice culture on the Ogeechee, near Savannah, Georgia. Composite of scenes of Afro-Americans working in rice fields, threshing mill, flood gates and men shooting over flooded rice field. Credit: Waud, Alfred R. (Alfred Rudolph), 1828-1891. Collection: Miscellanious Items
1909Horse-drawn shoe wagons flooded levee, St. Louis. Credit: George Grantham Bain. Collection: Bain
1915Tent of Arab chief, and water buffaloes, on flooded Babylonian plain. Credit: Underwood & Underwood. Published in 1915. Collection: Stereographs
1927Aerial photograph of flood, unidentified stretch of lower Mississippi River., 1927. Flooded neighborhood. Cars and trucks in foreground where the streets emerges from the floodwater; inundated buildings along the flooded town street in background. Credit: Department of Defense. Department of the Army. Office of the Chief of Engineers.~. St. Louis District. (09/18/1947 - 06/14/1979). St. Louis District: Photographs, 1890 - 1970. Collection: National Archives
1927Aerial photograph of flood, unidentified stretch of lower Mississippi River., 1927. Keyword: Flooded, 1927. Credit: Department of Defense. Department of the Army. Office of the Chief of Engineers.~. St. Louis District. (09/18/1947 - 06/14/1979). St. Louis District: Photographs, 1890 - 1970. Family standing in windows of flooded house. The house is submerged to its eaves; chickens roost on the ridge; pigs maintain precarious footing on what may be a flooded levee. Collection: National Archives
1927Aerial photograph of flood, unidentified stretch of lower Mississippi River., 1927. Keyword: Flooded, 1927. Credit: Department of Defense. Department of the Army. Office of the Chief of Engineers.~. St. Louis District. (09/18/1947 - 06/14/1979). St. Louis District: Photographs, 1890 - 1970. Family standing in windows of flooded house. The house is submerged to its eaves; chickens roost on the ridge; pigs maintain precarious footing on what may be a flooded levee. Collection: National Archives
1931Taking a much needed rest on an outlying island before starting the final lap of a trip over the flooded sea ice between Basil Bay and Coppermine, Coronation Gulf, N.W.T., (Nunavut), 30 May 1931. Credit: R.S. Finnie / Library and Archives Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs. Departmental Library Albums. Collection: Canada Archives
1931The dogs are given a rest on an outlying island before the last lap is started on a gruelling journey over the flooded sea between Basil Bay and Coronation Gulf, N.W.T., (Nunavut), 30 May 1931. Credit: R.S. Finnie / Library and Archives Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs. Departmental Library Albums. Collection: Canada Archives
1931For thirty miles from Basil Bay to Coppermine, they waded through water from two to six inches deep that flooded the sea ice, Coronation Gulf, N.W.T. (Nunavut), 29 May 1931. Credit: R.S. Finnie / Library and Archives Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs. Departmental Library Albums. Collection: Canada Archives
1932"View at outlet portals of Nevada diversion tunnels during flash flood of August 31, 1932. The lower reaches of all four diversion tunnels were flooded to a depth of 15' when 58,000 c.f.s. poured through Black Canyon. Water seeped through earth and rock barriers and washed away protective dikes. Note power shovels and crews working to prevent further inroads of the water against the embankments.", August 31, 1932. Credit: Department of the Interior. Bureau of Reclamation. Engineering and Research Center. (05/18/1981 - 03/04/1988). Photograph albums, 1903 - 1972. Photograph from Volume Two of a series of photo albums documenting the construction of Hoover Dam, Boulder City, Nevada. Collection: National Archives
1933"Boy plowing potato field with a mule and bull-tongue plow on steep slope on J. W. Melton farm on Andersonville, Tennessee, road. This farm is on the edge of the area to be flooded by the Norris Dam reservoir.", October 24, 1933. Credit: Tennessee Valley Authority. (1933). Lewis Hine Photographs for the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), 1933. Hine, Lewis Wickes, 1874-1940, Photographer. Collection: National Archives
1933"The homestead of Sherman Stiner, Lead Mine Bend, Union County, Tennessee. Mr. Stiner is a prosperous and progressive farmer. Much of his 1500 acres will be flooded by the Norris Dam reservoir, Stiner raises fine Hereford cattle.", November 08, 1933. Credit: Tennessee Valley Authority. (1933). Lewis Hine Photographs for the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), 1933. Hine, Lewis Wickes, 1874-1940, Photographer. Collection: National Archives
1933"Exterior view of Oakdale School near Loyston, Tennessee. This immediate region will be flooded when the Norris Dam Reservoir fills.", October 23, 1933. Credit: Tennessee Valley Authority. (1933). Lewis Hine Photographs for the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), 1933. Hine, Lewis Wickes, 1874-1940, Photographer. Collection: National Archives
1933Krak de Chevaliers (Kala't el-Husn). The inner moat flooded. Selected from a collection of images taken in the Middle East and Africa. Credit: G. Eric and Edith Matson. Collection: Matson
1935Flooded community, 1935. Credit: Department of Agriculture. Soil Conservation Service. Upper Mississippi Region. Missouri State Office. (1935 - 1947). Missouri State Coordinator: Annual Reports, 1930 - 1947. Collection: National Archives
1935Negro backyard, Washington, D.C. Backyard near Stratford Hotel and within short distance from both the Capitol and Union Station, showing flooded yard and debris. In big rains, kitchen and bedroom floors of this house are so flooded that it is necessary to lay planks on them, the inhabitants say. Credit: Mydans, Carl. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1935Public Health Service Investigation Commission to the China-Burma highway, Chefang, China. Rice fields at a time of year when they are not flooded. Credit: Film negatives. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1936Flooded foundation sites and ice delay progress on first set of houses at the Berwyn project, Maryland. Credit: Mydans, Carl. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1937Photograph of Flooded Homes, 1937. Credit: Tennessee Valley Authority. Information Office. Tennessee Valley Authority. Kentucky Dam Project.; Gilbertsville. NARA's Southeast Region (Atlanta, GA). Collection: National Archives 2
1937Flooded Homes, 1937. Credit: Tennessee Valley Authority. Information Office. Kodak Negative File, 1933 - 1976. Kentucky Project; Birmingham. Collection: National Archives
1937Flooded Homes, 1937. Credit: Tennessee Valley Authority. Information Office. Kodak Negative File, 1933 - 1976. Kentucky Project; Calvert City. Collection: National Archives
1937McGee farm home with flooded cellar, 1937. Credit: Tennessee Valley Authority. Information Office. Kodak Negative File, 1933 - 1976. Norris Project; Vasper (Tennessee). Collection: National Archives
1937Flooded farmland near Ridgeley, Tennessee. Credit: Locke, Edwin. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1937A family flooded out built themselves this ark, Marianna, Arkansas. Credit: Locke, Edwin. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1937A flooded street in North Memphis, Tennessee. Credit: Locke, Edwin. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1937Livestock on a levee. A flooded farm. Cache, Illinois. Credit: Lee, Russell. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1937Flooded farmland near New Madrid, Missouri. Credit: Lee, Russell. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1937Flooded farm near New Madrid, Missouri. Credit: Lee, Russell. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1937Flooded farm near New Madrid, Missouri. Credit: Lee, Russell. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1937Flooded farm near New Madrid, Missouri. Credit: Lee, Russell. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1937Flooded farm near New Madrid, Missouri. Credit: Lee, Russell. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1937Flooded farmland near New Madrid, Missouri. Credit: Lee, Russell. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1937Flooded phosphate mine that is being stocked with fish as part of recreational development on Withlacoochee Land Use Project, Florida. Credit: Rothstein, Arthur. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1938Gathering cranberries that are floating on the surface of a flooded bog, Burlington County, New Jersey. Credit: Rothstein, Arthur. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1938During the picking process many of the cranberries are torn from the vines and fall to the ground. The bogs are then flooded and agitated with the hydroplane which causes the cranberries to float, Burlington County, New Jersey. Credit: Rothstein, Arthur. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1938Gathering cranberries that are floating on the surface of a flooded bog, Burlington County, New Jersey. Credit: Rothstein, Arthur. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1938New England hurricane. Flooded-over cornfield near Amherst, Massachusetts. Credit: Dick, Sheldon. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1938Cranberries floating on the surface of a flooded bog, Burlington County, New Jersey. Credit: Rothstein, Arthur. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1938Gathering cranberries that are floating on the surface of a flooded bog, Burlington County, New Jersey. Credit: Rothstein, Arthur. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1939Ruins of Franco Coal Company No. 1 mine, Steritz, Illinois. The mine was flooded in 1938 and abandoned (see 26984-D). Credit: Rothstein, Arthur. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1940Woman who lives on often-flooded farm along Mississippi riverbottoms. She will move to one of the Delmo labor homes. New Madrid County, Missouri. Credit: Vachon, John, 1914-1975. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1940Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Gay and their two children, dairy and poultry farmers of Groton, Connecticut. He has a twenty-three acre farm and was completely flooded out during the hurricane. Credit: Delano, Jack. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1940Near Rio Oso, Sutter County, California. Family returning to their home after the 1940 flood of the Sacramento River. "Been on this place for 7 years." Mother born in Virginia, lived and married in Texas on stock farm. Grubbed out 20 acres of river bottom lands near the levee. Flooded out 2 years ago (1938) again in 1940. Lost 600 laying hens in 1938. March 21, 1940. Credit: Department of Agriculture. Bureau of Agricultural Economics. Division of Economic Information. (ca. 1922 - ca. 1953). Photographic Prints Documenting Programs and Activities of the Bureau of Agricultural Economics and Predecessor Agencies, ca. 1922 - ca. 1947. Collection: National Archives
1940Family at work in garden. This house is along the often-flooded Mississippi riverbottoms; the family will move to one of the new Delmo labor homes. New Madrid County, Missouri. Credit: Vachon, John, 1914-1975. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1940House along often-flooded river bottoms, New Madrid County, Missouri. The family who lives here will move to one of the new Delmo labor homes. Credit: Vachon, John, 1914-1975. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1940Clearing deep snow out of front barnyard so that if a sudden thaw comes, the cellar and first floor of house and barn will not be flooded. Putney farm, Woodstock, Vermont. Credit: Wolcott, Marion Post. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1940Clearing deep snow out of front barnyard so that if a thaw comes, the cellar and first floor of house and barn will not be flooded. Putney farm, Woodstock, Vermont. Credit: Wolcott, Marion Post. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1940Clearing deep snow out of front barnyard so that if a thaw comes, the cellar and first floor of house and barn will not be flooded. Putney farm, Woodstock, Vermont. Credit: Wolcott, Marion Post. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
Source: compiled from various sources (under license) copyright 2014
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