The Great Flood of 1903; Being a Graphic Story of How Two Mad Rivers, the Missouri and the Kaw, Deluged Kansas City and Its Suburbs
Kansas City, Missouri: Enterprise Pub. Co., 1903. Cloth Hard Cover. Ocatvo. Good. Item #016786
92p. dozens of photographs of the flood. A first hand account of the flood when both the Missouri River and the Kaw (Kansas River) brought about a devastating flood. Not only a list of all those who served to protect people and the property but hundreds who were missing. Official accounts of the dead ranged from a few dozen to the high thirties but there were many whose bodies were never recovered. They are listed here with very little biographical information such as John S, Kaw Avnue or Mrs. Kennedy, negro.
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