I learned a little about Hazel Miner, a state and "national hero", who died March 16, 1920 from a sudden blizzard.She saved her brother and sister, but lost her own life while covering them with her body. Chuck Suchy composed a song and sang "The Story of Hazel Miner", but who were her siblings who were saved?Were her parents William A. Miner age 36, a farmer from Oliver Co., who had been born in Iowa and Blanche W. Miner age 28 who was also born in Iowa whose parents were born in NY?If so, hazel was listed mistakenly as a son in the 1910 Oliver Co., ND census.Who was Hazel and her siblings' teacher? would the children have been better off staying in the school building? Did other children not make it to their homes on the day of the blizzard?Was this a different day than the "Children's Blizzard" of the Plains? What newspapers printed this story, so that it became a "national" one?Hazel is buried in the Center Community Cemetery, but who were the searchers who discovered her horse "still standing", and the living children with her?Is anyone descended from these children or their parents?I really think a book should have been written about Hazel's efforts to help her brother and sister to survive.Has one ever been attempted?