A video projected on a wall in the Journey Museum’s Stanford Adelstein Community gallery shares the stories of those affected by the 1972 flood.
The exhibit, called ‘Mega Floods: The 1972 Awakening’ is a multi-media exhibit featuring videos, old newspaper and magazine clippings and information on the history of the flood.
The exhibit not only focuses on the 1972 flood, but on the history of flooding in the Black Hills over the past 2,000 years.
There’s also a section dedicated to the lessons learned from the flood and how you can be prepared for a natural disaster like this in the future.
‘Mega Floods: The 1972 Awakening’ is open until August 10.