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Published on Oct 27, 2009
The legend of Morley's Dog surfaced after the 1889 Johnstown Flood. Many said the dog swam through the flood waves and saved hundreds of lives, when in reality, the dog was simply a lawn ornament owned by James Morley, a Cambria Iron Works employee. The dog statue was swept away in the raging waters only to be discovered in the debris at the Stone Arch Bridge and returned to its owner. This is stop #5 in the Johnstown Town Trek