The Night the Mountain Fell: The Story of the Montana-Yellowstone Earthquake
by Edmund Christopherson
Publisher: Yellowstone Publications 1962
Number of pages: 101
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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by Donald Keyhoe
In a personal style, Keyhoe provides the details of his investigation; he talks with witnesses and reviews the fascinating history of the phenomenon. The book was highly influential, and gave birth to a mythology that has lasted to the present.
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This picture book depicts Americans at every stage of life, from children to senior citizens, at work, home, and play. The photographs illustrate the tight community bonds that Americans form in every part of the country.
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