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Scow tragedy at Beverly dam

November 9, 2013
The Marietta Times

By October 1914 Beverly had nearly recovered from the devastating flood of one and one half years before. Most of the wrecked buildings and various kinds of debris had been cleaned up. The new Beverly-Waterford bridge was completed. The dam across the Muskingum, which had been mostly washed away, was being reconstructed. Concrete would replace what was left of the old wooden parts.

 
 

 

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