The childrens blizzard is a welcome contribution to the historical literature of american life and westward expansion chicago sun times unearthing the stories buried in a killer snow david laskin compellingly recounts a devastating 1888 snowstorm the seattle times. The childrens blizzard is a welcome contribution to the historical literature of american life and westward expansion chicago sun times terrifying and often vivid laskin skillfully weaves together a clear report and explanation of the meteorological event with harrowing accounts of slow death loss and survival. Climate historians are quick to note that the childrens blizzard so named because many of the victims were schoolkids trying to make it home was not the most extreme blizzard ever . The blizzard of january 12 1888 which became known as the childrens blizzard because so many children died trying to go home from school was one of the deadliest winter storms in the upper midwest the black hills area was spared the worst of the storm compared to eastern dakota territory minnesota nebraska and iowa
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