• Stephanie Pifer

    New york 1888

  • Selena

    March 11, 1888: The Great Blizzard of 1888 begins. Snowfall of up to 60 inches and 45 mph winds paralyzed the East Coast. In places the snowdrifts were up to 50 feet tall. Railway, ground transport, and even fire stations were immobilized, and telegraph and telephone lines went down. The scene above is of New York city, where nearly half of the 400 resulting deaths occurred.

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