All Hell Broke Loose: Experiences of Young People During the Armistice Day 1940 Blizzard

* Read ^ All Hell Broke Loose: Experiences of Young People During the Armistice Day 1940 Blizzard by William H. Hull õ eBook or Kindle ePUB. All Hell Broke Loose: Experiences of Young People During the Armistice Day 1940 Blizzard Violet walked from Seven Corners in Minneapolis to 32nd street with snow over her knees, in subzero temperature, with only saddle oxfords and a light wrap. Andy and a group of Iron Rangers, preparing for deer hunting the next weekend, spent this weekend struggling through the blizzard, barely saving their lives. Alvin in Warroad barely got his boat back to the dock. Read these stories and many more in All Hell Broke Loose, and experience the blizzard.. Farmers lost thousands of turkeys - Herb te

All Hell Broke Loose: Experiences of Young People During the Armistice Day 1940 Blizzard

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Rating : 4.41 (605 Votes)
Asin : 188237696X
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 236 Pages
Publish Date : 2015-01-08
Language : English

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Violet walked from Seven Corners in Minneapolis to 32nd street with snow over her knees, in subzero temperature, with only saddle oxfords and a light wrap. Andy and a group of Iron Rangers, preparing for deer hunting the next weekend, spent this weekend struggling through the blizzard, barely saving their lives. Alvin in Warroad barely got his boat back to the dock. Read these stories and many more in All Hell Broke Loose, and experience the blizzard.. Farmers lost thousands of turkeys - Herb tells of rendering a half million frozen gobblers. Dwight, of Marshall, crawled 200 yards to build a fire for a man about to freeze to death. Sherman k

degree from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.  Later, he moved to Minnesota, where he collected first-hand accounts about the terrible storm of 1940.. About the AuthorWilliam H. Hull received a M.A

Hull received a M.A. degree from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.  Later, he moved to Minnesota, where he collected first-hand accounts about the terrible storm of 1940.. William H

Awesome Power of Nature! This book will stay in your memory for years! I keep a copy near me and often relate a story or two from it. There are lots of stories from people from all walks of life in Minneapolis and surrounding communities. Many towns and farms and places are described. If you live around here, you will recognize many of the places.The stories that touched me the most had to do with the rural farmers - some readily accepted stranded guests and some did so reluctantly. Many risked their live. "Great winter read!" according to Autumnut. I loved this book even though I wasn't alive during that time. I am a substitute teacher andI often read excerpts of it to my students. They love to hear the stories of survival and people helping other people in difficult times-like the story of the school bus that was stranded and all the children that stayed at a farmhouse for several days.. Fascinating book A Customer I highly recommend this book. I picked it up at my grandparents' house and couldn't put it down. It tells the personal accounts of a devastating, unexpected Minnesota blizzard that caught hundreds of hunters out on what was expected to be a beautiful, mild Indian summer day. The details are memorable: women caught wearing sandals in the snow, people taking hours to walk 2 blocks, and more. This book is one of those valuable record-keepers of Minnesota history. Thanks to the publis

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