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1775 : America Ravaged By Hurricanes
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If it happened before 1950, is is not part of weather history, according to NOAA.
Humanity had not evolved sufficiently in 1775 to differentiate between a hurricane, a tornado, a tsunami, an earthquke, a fire, a volcano or an asteroid. Nor had they developed the capacity to count bodies.
It would be interesting to see just what the human loss on a per capita basis was for these past harsh weather events.
A loss of life of 4,000 is high in any natural disaster, but 4,000 out of a small population in 1775 would have been enormous. It would put some of these current events into better perspective.
I love this era. Steve, please keep an eye out for news of the War of 1812 Hurricane and Tornado that may have saved America. Repeat from my earlier post …
Important historical significance.