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Looking toward New York City Hall Building, 13 March 1888 photo courtesy US Library of Congress. The second major blizzard ...

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Brooklyn blizzard 1888. (Credit: Public Domain)

Madison Avenue and 40th Street, New York, during the Great Blizzard

A railway cable car in New York during the Great Blizzard of 1888.

The Great Blizzard as depicted on the cover of an illustrated magazine in March 1888.

This picture was taken in Hudson during the Great Blizzard of That blizzard occurred in March, so it's unlikely that any more snow ac.

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Part of the reason the Great Blizzard was so deadly was that weather forecasting wasn't all that great during this time. People had no warnings and no time ...

PHOTO: An 1888 engraving shows people digging out following a blizzard in New York City

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Streets in New York City as the storm hit. Many overhead wires broke and presented a hazard to city dwellers.

On this day in 1978, the storm of the century paralyzed the entire state of Massachusetts. The Blizzard of '78 dropped between two and four feet of snow on ...

It took two days to dig out this train after the Blizzard of 1888.

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On this day in 1888, ordinary life in Massachusetts came to a standstill. One of the most destructive blizzards ever to strike the East Coast raged for 36 ...

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Photo of a man standing next to a snowbank on Pearl Street in Albany New York following the Great Blizzard of 1888. The photo is Public Domain.

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Blizzard of 1888 ravaged the Plains

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On Sunday, March 11, 1888, the people of Massachusetts were thinking of spring. The weather had been unseasonably warm. Crocuses were up in Boston, ...

The Great Blizzard Of 1888 Was So Devastating That We're Still Feeling Its Effects Today

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On January 13, 1888, the day after the blizzard, large drifts blanketed most of Minnesota and the Dakotas, Nebraska and Iowa. The Children's Blizzard was ...

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The snow would just as quickly cover over an unconscious individual; many New Yorkers froze to death when they fell and were instantly shrouded.

The schoolhouse blizzard of 1888 killed several children who were caught off guard walking home from school. Some children spent the night in their ...

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Blizzard of 1888 ravaged the Plains with hurricane-like winds, deadly cold

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Snowfall totals (inches) map from the Great Blizzard of 1888. Source- Kocin-Uccellini

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Great Blizzard 1888. Sunday, March 11, 1888 122 years ago this week, a huge storm covered the Northeast with feet of snow. From the March 16, 1888 issue of ...

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