Monday, April 10, 2006

SF Chronicle Series On The 1906 Quake

I stumbled upon an interesting piece from the SF Chronicle, about the time leading up to the famous 1906 earthquake. This is only part one of a 10-part series.

I post this not only because I love history, but because there are some parallels between that disaster in the San Francisco of that day and the New Orleans of today.


Take a look.

UPDATE - Part two is out, and you can read it here.

2 comments:

Always On Watch said...

Some seismologists are saying that SF is due for another quake. In fact, there was a temblor in CA yesterday or the day before.

If SF has a huge quake, the disaster will make Katrina pale in comparison.

LASunsett said...

You could be right. We all saw what happened in the last one. There is nothing that says, it can't/won't happen again.