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U.S. FLOODS MISSISSIPPI RIVER

This aerial view shows refugee camps set up to shelter those without homes in the aftermath of the Mississippi River flooding, April 25, 1927. The Mississippi River burst its manmade levees April 20 after torrential rains, leaving people without homes and dependent on the Red Cross for food and shelter. The great flood of 1927 left 246 people dead and displaced 700,000. (AP Photo)

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