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1939 Glasglow Flood

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In 1939 the US Army Corps of Engineers reinforced the levees protecting Glasgow, Montana, from flooding caused by ice dams and snowmelt. The city was nearly surrounded by water but remained dry.

Content courtesy of Montana Historical Society Research Center, Photographic Archives, Helena, Montana


1939 Glasglow Flood