May 15, 1896 Tornado Outbreak

On May 15, 1896 Sherman, Texas was devastated by a tornado.

16 May 1896, Page 1 – The Topeka Daily Capital at Newspapers.com

16 May 1896, 6 – The Salina Sun at Newspapers.com

16 May 1896, 2 – The Wichita Times and Live Stock Journal at Newspapers.com

16 May 1896, Page 1 – The Galveston Daily News at Newspapers.com

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2 Responses to May 15, 1896 Tornado Outbreak

  1. Eli the Pit Bull says:

    I wonder how the newspapers 50 to 100 years from now will report this…..
    https://twitter.com/backtolife_2022/status/1525787634714525697?s=21

  2. Steve Cooksey says:

    There was a lot of fake news going around back then. We know now that low CO2 levels and tornadoes are not likely together. Thankfully NASA spotted the fake news of the 20’s and 30’s heat and made the appropriate adjustments. (Sarcasm). Similar to Twitter and YouTube today.

    Toto is a true hero! Thank you, Tony.

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