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Aerial Photograph of the Winooski River and I-89

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Aerial Photograph of the Winooski River after Flood

Title:
Aerial Photograph of the Winooski River and I-89
Town:
Middlesex
County:
Washington
State:
Vermont
Date:
2004-05-08
Description:
The recent photograph shows the same area with Interstate-89 added to the landscape. There has also been some real estate development on the right side of the photograph. The riparian zone has reforested in some areas.
Filename:
LS01432_001.jpg
Size:
1372 x 1170 pixels; 1672785 bytes
Original Filename:
LS01432 E.jpg
Keywords:
Agriculture; Asphalt cement; Bridges; Buildings; Change; Cities and town--Growth; Conifers; Culture; Deciduous; Dwellings; Express highways; Farm buildings; Farming; Field Crops; Floodplains; Forests and Plants; Geology; Hills; Human Activity; Human Constructs; Landforms; Landscapes; Living Things; Nature; Pavements; Plants; Real estate development; Reforestation; Riparian plants; Rivers; Roads; Roads,Paved; Roads--Widening; Rural; Rural roads; Season; Spring; Time; Traditional farming; Trees; Underpasses; Work; Post Flood; Aerial, Reforestation; Oxbow; Development
Source:
Elizabeth Stanley Mann
Submitted By:
Elizabeth Stanley Mann
Submitted On:
2004-01-25
Original Media:
Aerial Photograph
Times viewed:
16988
Title:
Aerial Photograph of the Winooski River after Flood
Town:
Middlesex
County:
Washington
State:
Vermont
Date:
1927-11-12
Description:
The historic photograph shows the Winooski River after the flood of 1927. A caption at the bottom of the photograph reads, "11-12-27-10:30A. West of Montpelier, Vt." The riparian zone is bare. Sediment deposited by the floodwaters is visible in the floodplain. Roads on both sides of the river appear to have been damaged in the flood. There is a partially forested hill in the upper half of the photograph. Kathryn Estey Beaudry writes on 2013-10-03: This is my great aunt Nora's farm land just after the 1927 flood. If you enlarge, you can see the buildings at the left of the photo.
Filename:
LS01432_000.jpg
Size:
2468 x 1879 pixels; 1103907 bytes
Original Filename:
AOTNX0003.jpg
Keywords:
Autumn; Conifers; Culture; Deciduous; Earth Materials; Erosion; Flood damage; Floodplains; Floods; Forests and Plants; Geology; Hills; Human Constructs; Landforms; Landscapes; Living Things; Nature; Plants; Riparian plants; Rivers; Roads; Roads,Earth; Rural; Rural roads; Sand; Season; Sediment transport; Sediments (Geology); Soil erosion; Surface Processes; Suspended sediment; Time; Trees;
Source:
Special Collections, Bailey/Howe Library, University of Vermont
Submitted By:
Elizabeth Stanley Mann
Submitted On:
2004-01-25
Original Media:
Aerial Photograph
Times viewed:
13661
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