The Day Clocks Changed Across America: What Happened When the U.S. Adopted Standardized Time — TIME

Nov. 18, 1883 was a chilly Sunday in New York City. In fact, cold days had become the norm across a swath of the nation, resulting from the sun-blocking ash in the atmosphere from a summertime volcano eruption in Indonesia. But the cold temperatures and this rare geological event were not what made this autumn…

The Day Clocks Changed Across America: What Happened When the U.S. Adopted Standardized Time — TIME

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