natural and man-made catastrophes through the centuries
Great Chicago fire: October 8, 1871
Johnstown flood: May 31, 1889
San Francisco shaking: April 18, 1906
Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire: March 25, 1911
Titanic: April 15, 1912
Blue skin and bloody sputum: pandemic flu of 1918
No water, no jobs, no relief: the Dust Bowl of the 1930s
Mammoth shakes and monster waves, destruction in 12 countries: December 26, 2004
Hurricane Katrina and the drowning of New Orleans: August 29, 2005
From Library Staff
In this collection of ten well-known catastrophes, the forces of nature will astonish you with their incredible devastation and magnitude. gr. 5-9
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