|Across The Fence: The Heartland plague of 1874-75|
|August 01, 2013 M. Timothy Nolting|
One hundred and thirty-eight years ago, in late July, there occurred one of the most devastating natural disasters to ever hit the Heartland.
From the central regions of Canada, out of the Rocky Mountains, the path of destruction swept ever south and eastward. The eastern slope of the Rocky Mountain Range was its western boundary as it stretched across Montana, the Dakotas and into the western parts of Minnesota. The destruction c...
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