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Windswept – Summer 2000, Volume 41 Number 2

Windswept is Mount Washington Observatory's quarterly member magazine. Offering an exclusive look at all things Mount Washington, each edition features stories about the mountain's weather, personalities, news and special events.

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Features

The Winter of 1935-1936: The Diary of Wendell Lees
Filling an important and colorful gap in Observatory history.
By Guy Gosselin.
Decline of the Ice Age and Arrival of Paleoindians in the Northern White Mountains
Part 2: The Tundra-Steppe Landscape. The second of three installments describing important North Country research.
By Christopher Dorion.
The Story of Dolly Copp Campground
A synopsis of a new history about one of New England'sbest known and most popular campgrounds.
By Jonathan C. Chew

Plus

Green Skies and Ham?
By Eric Pinder
Trustee Profile: Tom Armstrong, Jr.
 
Rudi Honkola Gives Major Gift to Library
By Peter Crane
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