11 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
In 1927, residents living along the Mississippi River were showed just how uncontrollable the river really is. High water destroyed many of the towns along the river, leaving the residents trapped on levees and roof tops. Those that survived the flood were left with nothing when the flood waters finally receded. Join a park interpreter to learn what this experience would have been like for those living in the along the Mississippi River during the spring and summer of 1927.