A Full and Graphic Description of the Terrible Mill River Disaster: Caused by the Breaking of a Reservoir in Hampshire County, Mass. May 16, 1874
Weaver Shipman, printers, 1874 - Mill River Disaster, 1874 - 48 pages
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