In All It's Fury: The Great Blizzard of 1888 is written about the biggest blizzard to hit the US unexpectedly on January 12, 1888. The weather that day started out calm and warm. Then without warning the storm roared down from Canada at 50 miles an hour. Temperatures dropped 36 degrees. Snow up to 8 inches covered the Great Plains. Furious winds swirled the snow into a blinding life threatening blizzard. Where more than 1,000 people died. This book is a collection of stories about the heroism and courage displayed on the Greta Plaines of Nebraska.
- Medium to small Font
- a few black and white pictures included
- Written by James L McKee
- 343 pages
- Published J and L Lee Books April 1988