Today’s Earthquake Fact
Native Americans told the first settlers of earthquakes dating back to 1568, around what is now Moodus, Connecticut. In 1638, the pilgrims experienced their first earthquake, which was probably centered in the St. Lawrence Valley region.
Today in Earthquake History
November 29, 1998
M 7.7, Ceram Sea – At least 34 people killed on Mangole and 153 people injured on Mangole and Taliabu. Seven people killed, 8 injured and several buildings damaged… Read More