The Great New England Hurricane of 1938: The Aftermath in Western Massachusetts
In the mid-afternoon of September 21, 1938, a fast-moving hurricane, the likes of which hadn't been seen in two-hundred years, slammed without mercy into Long Island, New York, at Great South Bay and continued hastily north along its path of despair, racing across Long Island Sound into the unsuspecting coastal town of Milford, Connecticut.
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#1 Sep 21, 2010
Just a correction, the "Full story" of this post appears on the blog 'Exploring Western Massachusetts', not 'Massachusetts351'.
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