CONNECTICUT DISASTERS: True Stories of Tragedy and Survival
Presents chilling reminders to expect the unexpected and to respect the powerful, often deadly forces of nature. Examines Benedict Arnold's traitorous burning of New London in 1781, the blizzard of 1888, the great 1938 hurricane, the Hartford circus fire of 1944, and the 1978 collapse of the Hartford Civic Center. Illus.
Publisher: Insiders' Guide
Item #: 299139X
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