By Belle Kovach and Mary Bole

Book Description
"On June 19, 1914, a methane explosion tore through a coal mine in town of Hillcrest, Alberta. The blast and the toxic gases released by it killed 189 miners, making it the deadliest mine disaster in Canadian history. Snowing in June tells the individual stories of every victim and many of the survivors."

19 cm x 25.5 cm

252 pages

Snowing In June

C$30.00Price

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