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Historic storms of New England.

Its gales, hurricanes, tornadoes, showers with thunder and lightning, great snow storms, rains, freshets, floods, droughts, cold winters, hot summers, avalanches, earthquakes, dark days, comets, aurora-borealis, phenomena in the heavens, wrecks along the coast, with incidents and anecdotes, amusing and pathetic.

by Sidney Perley

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Published by The Salem press publishing and printing co. in Salem .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Storms -- New England,
  • New England -- History

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy Sidney Perley
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 341 p.
    Number of Pages341
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14626400M
    LC Control Number03021055

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    This book is a unique study of the great wind storms of the last years that have affected the British Isles and the seas and coasts of northwest Europe. This is the only region for which there is sufficient information available in archives to make such a study possible.4/5(2). These storms are the worst of the worst, weather events that seem more like elemental blasts of pure winter rather than a simple combination of wind, temperature and precipitation. Defining the 10 "biggest" snowstorms can be a tricky task. You can't simply rely on objective measures like the amount of snow.


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The most notorious and deadly of these storms is the New England hurricane which killed between and people. This list includes all tropical cyclones that have resulted in at least 10 deaths in New England.

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