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Elizabeth Warren will prevent the weather from getting either too hot or too cold.

Our children & grandchildren should grow up in a world where they can …… go outside without risking their lives in extreme temperatures.

Elizabeth Warren on Twitter: “Our children should go outside without risking their lives in extreme temperatures. 

When Elizabeth is in charge, the weather will be just right ….

During January 1888, temperatures dropped 100 degrees in 24 hours over the Great Plains, and more than 200 children froze to death on their way home from school in a blizzard. According to this contemporary account, more than 1,000 people died in that storm. President Warren will prevent that from happening again – by building windmills.

Mary Connell, a school teacher near Cavowe, started home with two of her pupils, a boy and a girl. The boy left them and perished. Miss Connell put her dress folds about the little girl and made her walk all night, sheltering her charge with her body. They were found next morning, alive but horribly frozen.

Another teacher, Miss Jacobson near Stolof, started home with a little girl and both perished. When found, Miss Jacobson was crouched in a little hollow in the ground, with her arms about the little girl, and her dress skirt was wrapped about her. Her own bonnet was off her head and her hand clutched her dress at her throat, but there was a smile on her face.

  • Schoolhouse Blizzard  January 12, 1888

19 Jan 1888, 1 – The Sumner County Standard at Newspapers.com

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