So Cold a Sky: Upper Michigan Weather Stories

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Karl Bohnak, 2006 - Michigan - 338 pages
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Contents

PARTI
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LAnse 844 68 75 81 85 86 87 89 95
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CHAPTER
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November 1833
47
Worst Since38
175
The PostThanksgivings Day Storm of 1985
187
The Saults Big Snow
192
A Slow Start an Extraordinary Finish
204
Little Bay de Noc 84 127207
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Heavy Snow Follows Record Rains
211
CHAPTER 9
217
A Desperate Situation
224

The Mott Tragedy
56
Early Copper Country Weather
65
Difficult Trip to the Iron Mines
77
Tales of Peter White
84
One Last Winter Mail Run
90
Perils on the Ice and a Chance Meeting
96
A Rough First Year in the Lake Superior Wilderness
103
La Pointe 1 8 21 54 56 57 60 94
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Cold Years of the Mid1880s
124
The Arctic Attack of February 1899
130
The Long Steady Cold of 1963
138
Snowstorms Snowy Winters
147
Lake Linden 161 181
148
The Storm of October 1925
154
Lake Winnipeg 28
158
March 161941
167
landlooker 304
174
The Dead River Flood of May 2003
232
July 1936
238
The Year without a Summer
244
A Miraculous Escape
250
A Violent Climax to a Hot Dry Summer
257
Near Miss in Menominee
263
The Year of Devastating Fires in Upper Michigan
270
Copper Country Wildfires
277
Wildfires Race across the U R
284
CHAPTER 13
291
Fury of the Elements
297
The Armistice Day Storm of 1940
305
The Edmund Fitzgerald Storm of 1975
311
The Fitzgerald Storm Clone
318
Bibliography
324
Glossary of Terms
330
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