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| caption = This article from the Cleveland <em>Plain Dealer</em>, Saturday evening, May 15, 1886, describes a tornado in Hardin County, Ohio.
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| caption = This article from the Cleveland ''Plain Dealer'', Saturday evening, May 15, 1886, describes a tornado in Hardin County, Ohio.
 
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<p>May 1886 was a deadly month in Ohio weather. Floods killed 28 people at Xenia on May 12th and two days later, on May 14, 1886, Ohio
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May 1886 was a deadly month in Ohio weather. Floods killed 28 people at Xenia on May 12 and two days later, on May 14, 1886, Ohio
 
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File:Another Cyclone in Ohio.jpg
This article from the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Saturday evening, May 15, 1886, describes a tornado in Hardin County, Ohio.


May 1886 was a deadly month in Ohio weather. Floods killed 28 people at Xenia on May 12 and two days later, on May 14, 1886, Ohio