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Let's Choose a New Name for 'Indian Summer'

In mid-October in 2016, the trees might be near peak fall foliage, but the temperatures are not dropping. In fact, the high in New York City is forecasted to top 80 degrees. In North America, since at least the early 1800s, people have called these autumn spells of warm days and hazy skies "Indian summer." Think about that phrase just a little bit, and there are a few questions that come up.
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