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Celebrating History - Havre wasn't boring

 

February 7, 2020



Emily Mayer

The Hill County Democrat had several stories throughout January 1920 regarding some statistics from the previous year, many of which would have lasting impacts for decades to come.

The meteorological report for 1919 was dismal. In the 40 years since records had been kept in this area, starting in 1879 at the weather station at Fort Assinniboine, it was the driest one on record. Autumn 1919 was the coldest on record. The mean temperature was 42.4 degrees, 10 degrees above normal. The last killing frost was May 14, with the first killing frost in autumn being September 29, givin...



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