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Excerpt from Fire and Frost: The Meadow Lea Tragedy
The historian or novelist has just as great a field for service, and should he pass over what should be passed down to posterity as a national heritage, his vision of duty and service must be regarded defective in a degree proportionate with the worthiness of the cause or the gran deur of the opportunity.
The Meadow Lea disaster is an event which might be regarded as one that had passed into history without having been accorded the treat ment which this intense tale of suffering, sor row, and heroism deserved at the hand of the historian.
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