Molasses Flood

January 15, 2022

10 Comments

  1. Paul Cullen

    Intrigue me with molasses flood, but no article?

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  2. Frank Foran

    Is this some kind of joke? I wanted to read about the molasses flood and there’s nothing here about it except a picture. Great job Dorothy.

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    • Steve

      If you live in the Boston area you are familiar with this history. During hot summer nights you can still smell the molasses in some basments in the the North end. This link will explain the mess. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Molasses_Flood

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  3. Sharon Bivins

    I wanted to read about the molasses flood, not just see a photo of it!

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  4. John

    Could not see text. Sounds interesting.

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  5. Teena

    I see nothing about the picture of the molasses flood. Just the picture and caption. What happened there?

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  6. Kate Foley

    There is no story to read? I have an ancestor who was killed in the Molasses Flood and was interested to see what Dorothy Smith had written, but there is only a photo on this page.

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  7. Steve

    If you are from the Boston area you are familiar with this event. If you go to the North End during the hot summer nights you can still smell the molasses in the basements of some houses. This link will help https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Molasses_Flood

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  8. Carl Wisneski

    Some of those vehicles look pretty old for an event that took place January of this year.

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