July 9, 1876 – 102 Degrees In New York

On July 9, 1876 it was 102 degrees in New York City during a protracted term of intensely hot weather. But no one was hysterical about the weather, like they get about 95 degree weather now.

TimesMachine: Monday July 10, 1876 – NYTimes.com

The New York Times was also lamenting the massacre of the hero General Custer – another part of history which they have since re-written.

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One Response to July 9, 1876 – 102 Degrees In New York

  1. Adam Gallon says:

    Mainly because the truth about Custer, rather than the propaganda, has come out.

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