Canoeing Through Flooding In Lewiston 1987

Canoeing Through Flooding In Lewiston 1987

A man in a canoe holds on to the doorway of a home in Lewiston, Maine on April 2, 1987, during some of the worst flooding in the state's history. Hundreds of residents in a six-county area were evacuated from their homes after the water levels of the Kennebec, Androscoggin, and Piscataquis rivers climbed well above normal due to heavy rain and snow melt.

Paul Benoit

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