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Science in the Mountains: They Led the Way: 19th Century Weather Observers on Mount Washington
Dr. Peter Crane, Curator, Gladys Brooks Memorial Library, Mount Washington Observatory

Most White Mountains enthusiasts are familiar with today’s Mount Washington Observatory – but they might not be aware of the nineteenth-century weather observers who pioneered our knowledge of “The World’s Worst Weather.” This program will consider the bold efforts of the Huntington-Hitchcock Expedition which occupied the summit of Mount Washington in 1870-1871, and the two decades of the U.S. Army Signal Service weather station which followed. Both endeavors served as an example and inspiration for the founding of the Observatory in 1932.

Feb 8, 2022 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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