The structure shown below, at Deed's Point, shows the peak water level during Dayton's 1913 flood. When you stand next to it, look down to the river below and then out to downtown Dayton, it's scary to think that three days of heavy rains resulted in waters reaching 20 feet in low-lying areas. Even worse, those flood waters were moving up to 25 miles per hour. The link below describes a little about The Great 1913 Flood Exhibit at Carillon Park.
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