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The Night the Mountain Fell: The Story of the Montana-Yellowstone Earthquake

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The Night the Mountain Fell: The Story of the Montana-Yellowstone Earthquake
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Publisher: Yellowstone Publications
Number of pages: 101

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This book is a riveting account of the deadly 7.5 earthquake that struck Hebgen Lake in Yellowstone Park, Montana, on August 1959. Also known as the Yellowstone Earthquake, the disaster caused massive flooding and the worst landslide in the history of the Northwestern United States.

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