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Description: A U.S. Department of Agriculture film about floods
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Clip #: TFA-430D
Length: 7:34
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1930s
Region: North America
Country: United States
Subject: Floods
Original: 16mm
1930s, U.S. Department of Agriculture, historical documentaries, educational films, floods, flooding, natural disasters, agriculture, flooding causing bridge to collapse, onlookers watching, men stacking sandbags, bridge segment being swept away, men holding on to rope as they wade through water, streetlamp and houses partially submerged in water, destroyed houses and buildings, piles of debris, Red Cross flag on wire fence, men rowing boat through submerged streets, high angle flooded city, flooded farm submerged in water, crop fields destroyed by flooding, watersheds, silt, flood control, ways to prevent crop field devastation, terraces, contour farming, gullies healed over with vines, shrubs and trees, seedling being planted, farm pond, mulching, detention dams, soil conservation efforts in fields and forests, farmers, farming

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