In the dark hours of November 9th, 1913, death screamed across the Great Lakes in the guise of a rare, white hurricane. The storm brutalized the region for the following week. In its wake it left cities crippled by devastating snowfalls, mysteries that remain unsolved and the corpses of 256 men and women from twelve of the largest ships on the fresh water seas. Weather Bomb 1913: Life and Death on the Great Lakes is an accurate accounting of the causes and costs of the Storm as told by the few surviving witnesses, courtroom testimony, newspaper reports and the narrative of that search.
Product code: BYLZC
Publisher: Fitzhenry & Whiteside Ltd
Dimensions: 22.8cm x 15.2cm
Publish date: 28/07/2019
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