In 1886, Kansas Plunged Into An Arctic Freeze That Makes This Year’s Winter Look Downright Mild
Kansas has seen its fair share of snowfall and ice storms, to the point that most of us can remember one or two from within our lifetime, no matter what age we are. There’s a lot of risk with severe winters, but today those risks are minimized with in-home heating and better housing for livestock. However, back before we had those comforts, severe winters could be (and were) deadly. This arctic freeze back in 1886 definitely took a toll on Kansas. Let’s take a look!
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Born and raised Kansan, Clarisa has lived in both tiny towns and cities during her time here in the Sunflower State, mostly in the south central area. Clarisa is a stay-at-home mother of one crazy kid, three cats, and two reptiles, and has been writing anything and everything since she's held a pencil, though Kansas and fantasy novels take up most of her time.
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