By Abraham Hoffman

domestic to enormous quantities of faults, California leads the state in frequency of earthquakes each year. regardless of enduring their proportion of the traditional failures, citizens nonetheless speculate over the inevitable gigantic one. greater than 3 thousand humans misplaced their lives through the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. lengthy Beach�s 1933 earthquake triggered a lack of approximately $50 million in damages. And the Northridge earthquake injured millions and left a $550 million monetary hit. Historian Abraham Hoffman explores the private debts and aftermath of California�s so much harmful tremors.

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