Several months after the flood in the Susquehanna River from the Ice Gorge during the winter of 1872-1873 repairs to the buildings in Port Deposit were still being made. Across the river at Lapidum, where the Tidewater canal operated damages were also being repaired. From the 5 July 1873 edition of the Cecil Whig:

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