FERGUS FALLS, Minn. — Saturday, June 22, marks the 100th anniversary of one of the worst disasters in Minnesota history, the Fergus Falls "Great Cyclone" of 1919. The tornado killed 57 people, including 34 in the elegant Grand Hotel that stood on the northeast corner of Lincoln and Vine. Lance Johnson, who wrote the 1982 book "The Great Fergus Falls, Minnesota Cyclone of June 22, 1919," says it took rescuers a week to dig out all of the bodies. In fact, two-thirds of the city was either damaged or destroyed.
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