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The Arkansas River flood of June 3-5, 1921

by Robert Follansbee

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Published by Govt. print off. in Washington .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsJones, Edward U.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTC801 .U2 no. 487
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24638869M
LC Control Numbergs22000125

  This video is about Flooding of the Arkansas River June 2,   The heavens opened up in June and all hell broke loose. Rain poured from the sky for four days, starting June 2. Swollen streams tributary to the Arkansas River.

The Arkansas River flooding was a “domino effect,” Lacy said, for there was already a large amount of water moving downstream from flooding in Kansas. “It is unlikely we’re going to see a.   ORIGINAL STORY – The Arkansas River is approaching record flood levels in Van Buren. The river was at feet, as of 10 a.m. on Sunday. The Arkansas River at .

A flood on the Arkansas River led to the rebuilding of Pueblo and the rerouting of the river. Though usually tame, the waterways that tumble across Colorado’s rugged terrain have a history. This gallery shows a selection of the photos from the Arkansas River Flood Album, documenting the flood of June 3, , that devastated Pueblo, Colorado, and it's surrounding communities. For more information, visit our Wow Photo Wednesday blog: "A Flood of Biblical Proportions.".


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The Arkansas River flood of June 3-5, 1921 by Robert Follansbee Download PDF EPUB FB2

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The Arkansas River Flood of June- Primary Source Edition. THE ARKANSAS RIFER FLOOD OF JUNEBy ROBERT FOUANSBEE, and EDWABD E. JONES, INTRODUCTION.

Between/June 2 and Jijne 5,heavy rains of an intensity t©, justify "cloud-bursts " in the foothill region of the Arkansas Valley in Colorado caused the severest flood in the valley since its by: 4.

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The Arkansas River flood of Juneby Follansbee, Robert, ; Jones, Edward U. [from old catalog]Pages: Genre/Form: Online resources: Additional Physical Format: Paper version: Follansbee, Robert The Arkansas River flood of June(OCoLC) Hydrograph of Arkansas River at Pueblo, showing stage of river from June 2 to June 5, 28 3 THE ARKANSAS RIVER FLOOD OF JUNEBy Robert Follansbee and Edward E.

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Debris on the block of North Main Street in Pueblo, CO, after the June 3, flood. Courtesy Photos/Pueblo City-County Library District What started out as just another day in June over 90 years ago, rapidly turned into one that would never be forgotten in the town of Pueblo, Colorado. Book/Printed Material The Arkansas River flood of June, Also available in digital form.

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The Army Corps of Engineers and National Weather Service have updated the flood flow forecast for the Arkansas River. Flows are expected to "be the worst flooding in recorded history," according. The most serious flood since settlement began was that on the Arkansas River during Junewhich caused the loss of about lives and an estimated property loss of $19, Many floods of Ipsser magnitude have occurred, and some of these have caused.

Between May and Junean extended sequence of heavy rainfall events over the South Central United States caused historic flooding along the Arkansas River and its tributaries.

Major and record river flooding occurred primarily in northeastern Oklahoma, and the elevated flows continued downstream into Arkansas where the caused additional inundation. Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson toured the widespread flooding in his state by helicopter.

He said the floods are affecting hundreds of homes. Plum Creek was dammed by the Chatfield Reservoir after the flood. Arkansas River. The Arkansas River flooded from Florence, Colorado to the Kansas line June 3 to June 5, following cloudbursts west of Pueblo resulting in substantial loss of life and property.

“The flood warning first came at p.m. June 3, An unknown person called and reported that the Arkansas River was flooding upstream,” the document stated. A two-story cottage. The Upper Arkansas River basin has experienced notable large floods, including the event of 2–6 June that devastated the city of Pueblo, Colorado.

We investigated flood and paleoflood hydrology at strategic sites to determine the frequency and geographic extent of extreme floods within the basin for a dam safety application.

This gallery shows a selection of the photos from the Arkansas River Flood Album, documenting the flood of June 3,that devastated Pueblo, Colorado, and it's surrounding communities. For more information, visit our Wow Photo Wednesday blog: "A Flood .The flood warning first came at p.m.

June 3, An unknown person called and reported that the Arkansas River was flooding upstream. The flood was caused by a sudden cloudburst on the Arkansas just ten miles west of Pueblo. The flood only became worse later on when Fountain creek also began to flood from down pours 30 miles north.