New York City and The Great White Hurricane
The winter of 1888 had been exceptionally mild — until a blizzard struck suddenly, changing the face of New York City and most of the eastern coast of the United States forever. They called it, "The Great White Hurricane".
The winter of 1888 had been exceptionally mild — until a blizzard struck suddenly, changing the face of New York City and most of the eastern coast of the United States forever. They called it, “The Great White Hurricane.”
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