By Stephen Krensky
Within the early morning on April 18, 1906, a bad earthquake struck San Francisco, California. Lizzie Newton, who were staying together with her grandmother, awakened apprehensive yet uninjured. She helped her injured grandmother out of the condominium construction. humans around the urban left their houses for worry that the structures may perhaps collapse.
After Lizzie’s grandmother was once taken to the health facility, ten-year-old Lizzie was once on her personal. She needed to make her method to her mom and dad with none support. may possibly she locate them? may they be okay?
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A more accurate number of deaths would be closer to three thousand. And while Lizzie and her family are madeup characters, as many as three hundred thousand real people were leftÂ€homeless. The earthquake caused some damage, but the fires that came afterward caused far more destruction. The St. Francis Hotel was still standing after the quake, but fire destroyed it a day later. In total, four and a half square miles of the city burned. San Francisco rebuilt after the earthquake. It regained much of its former glory.
The second was that it took place at a time when scientists could carefully study it. These studies helped to explain some of the mysteries that had surrounded earthquakes for hundreds of years. 9. People felt the quake in northern Oregon, down the length of California, and as far east as central Nevada. San Francisco in 1906, after the earthquake and the fire 32 · Author’s Note . Francis Hotel in about 1915 This postcard shows the St. e. panded after the ear thquak The hotel was rebuilt and ex At the time, reports said that the earthquake caused no more than seven hundred deaths.
It is made of lime, sand, and water. Russian Hill: a hilly neighborhood in San Francisco shuddered: shook with fear Union Square: a small plaza in downtown San Francisco 45 Selected Bibliography Bronson, William. The Earth Shook, the Sky Burned. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, 1959. Kennedy, John Castillo. The Great Earthquake and Fire: San Francisco, 1906. New York: Morrow, 1963. Kurzman, Dan. Disaster! The Great San Francisco Earthquake and Fire of 1906. New York: William Morrow, 2001. Muscatine, Doris.
Lizzie Newton and the San Francisco Earthquake (History Speaks: Picture Books Plus Reader's Theater) by Stephen Krensky