Sound and Fury : A History of Kansas Tornadoes, 1854-2013: 2nd Edition
This is the new 2nd Edition of the popular Sound and Fury: A History of Kansas Tornadoes, 1854-2012. This volume documents the history of the most significant tornadoes that occurred within Kansas. The new edition adds recent tornado events that have occurred within the last few years, including additional tornadoes in Chapman, Reading, and elsewhere. Thanks to the Weather Channel and a sudden increase in tornado events, readers have become fascinated with the most violent force of nature known to man. This book combines a history of significant tornado events with common scientific logic on how we viewed and understood tornadoes in the Midwest. The 342 page book is packed with over 100 images and maps. This is the primary resource for anyone wanting a history of Kansas disasters or tornado events.
- Paperback | 342 pages
- 152 x 229 x 18mm | 458g
- 09 Jan 2014
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
About Daniel C Fitzgerald
Daniel Fitzgerald is an Emmy award winning author of several regional Kansas history books, including a seven volume series on Kansas ghost towns. A Kansas native, Fitzgerald has traveled more than 40,000 miles across the state on numerous historical adventures and documenting the length and breadth of significant events that occurred there. His most recent work, Sound and Fury: A History of Kansas Tornadoes, 1854-2012, is already in its second revision. Dan currently resides in Palm Harbor, Florida.