Blizzard 1949

Caught in the blizzards of 1948-49, Roy Alleman began collecting notes on the impact of that extraordinary winter before it ended. Hun­dreds of thousands of livestock perished in the killer storms, and seventy-six people died. Alleman describes the human dramas enacted during the blizzards—the daily heroism, endurance, and generosity of people on the High Plains.


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