Rip, Rift, and Panic: Earthquake Stories of Life and Death Along the Fault Linesby Susan Stone
One spring morning in 1906, a massive earthquake struck San Francisco, killing thousands, and leaving almost a quarter-million people homeless. Californians have lived ever since with theknowledge that, one day, another cataclysmic temblor will rock the ground beneath their feet. It's simply not a matter of if, but when. Join us for a look back at a hundred years of life along the fault lines and preparations for the Big One to come.