Johnstown Flood Museum

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The Johnstown Flood Museum retells the horrific tale of what led to the flood on May 31, 1889 and the terrible aftermath of destruction that killed 2,209 people and left a prosperous town a wasteland. Through exhibits and media the events are chronicled. Exhibits include a relief map that uses lights and sounds to display the flood's path, artifacts, debris, a morgue book, and Victorian steroptic photographs. A restored Oklahoma house, which was a temporary structure used to house survivors, is also featured.