Out of Nowhere: Disaster and Tourism in the White Mountains

Out of Nowhere: Disaster and Tourism in the White Mountains -

On Monday night, August 28, 1826, an avalanche in isolated Crawford Notch, New Hampshire, in the heart of the White Mountains, killed innkeeper Samuel Willey, his wife and five young children, and two hired men. The landslide carved a channel fifty feet deep and buried the family in a stream of earth, stones, and uprooted trees after they had fled ...

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