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Monday, October 03, 2016
The Great October Gale (October 2-4,1841)
"...In the east part of Middletown, Conn., as much as two feet of snow fell. The trees, in full leaf, 'broke the forest and shade trees in an extraordinary manner.' The oldest residents of the town couldn't remember seeing any snow so early and so destructive..." Read more
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Great story, John, thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete