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The Electrifying Fall of Rainbow City Audiobook
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The Electrifying Fall of Rainbow City Audiobook



by Margaret Creighton

  • Narrated by: Callie Beaulieu
  • Length: 9 hrs and 22 mins
  • Release date: 10-18-16
  • Language: English


In 1901, Buffalo, New York, the eighth biggest city in America, wanted to launch the new century with the Pan American Exposition. It would showcase the Western hemisphere and bring millions of people to Western New York. With Niagara Falls as a drawing card, and with stunning colors and electric lights, promoters believed it would be bigger, better, and – literally – more brilliant than Chicago’s White City of 1893.

Weaving together narratives of both notorious and forgotten figures, Margaret Creighton unveils the fair’s big tragedy and its lesser-known scandals. From a deranged laborer who stalked and shot President William McKinley to a 60-year-old woman who rode a barrel over Niagara Falls to two astonishing acts – a little person and an elephant – who turned the tables on their duplicitous manager, Creighton reveals the myriad power struggles that would personify modern America. The Buffalo fair announced the new century, but in ways nobody expected.

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Margaret Creighton




9 hrs and 22 mins

Narrated by

Callie Beaulieu

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