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Lacey Garrison

  • 4/1/2014: In the harsh winter of 1880, the Northern Pacific Railroad experienced its longest and most strenuous blockade of snow on its tracks. The winter was “exceedingly blizzardy,” as one storm after another piled deep snow on Dakota Territory, causing the railway to be blocked much of the time from Christmas of 1879 into March of 1880.