The Great Pumpkin Flood of 1786

WeatherspherePublished: November 16, 2016Updated: November 17, 201636 views
Published: November 16, 2016Updated: November 17, 2016

The Great Pumpkin Flood of 1786 occurred in eastern Pennsylvania in the Susquehanna River. Heavy rain caused flooding, and home, debris, corn crops and pumpkins were all seen floating down the river.

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