3 edition of The great fire of Chicago and its causes found in the catalog.
The great fire of Chicago and its causes
G. P. Randall
Microfilm. New Haven, Conn. : Research Publications, 1973. On 1 microfilm reel with other titles ; 35 mm. (American architectural books ; reel 74, no. 968).
|Statement||by G.P. Randall.|
|Series||American architectural books ;, reel 74, no. 968.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 69000 (N)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||83212445|
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Inhe published an article, and later a book, on his research. At the time of the fire, Chicago’s population was approximately ,; within nine years, there wereChicagoans.
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Each firehouse had a watchman who scanned the immediate neighborhood for flames or smoke during the night.
On the night of October 8,fire spread across Chicago. While the cause of the blaze is unknown, its origin was at West DeKoven Street—an address that today is home to a Chicago Fire Department training facility.
An estimated people died andwere left homeless by the three-day inferno that erased 2, acres of the city. From October, the Great Chicago Fire burned out of control, quickly spreading far and wide across the city.
Eventually, rains came to help put out the fire, but the devastation was massive. By some accounts, as many as people died in the Great Chicago Fire. The fire destroyed o buildings and left overpeople. The Great Chicago Fire destroyed square miles of Chicago, Illinois, burning for two days in —between October 8th and October 10th.
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The conflagration began at p.m. on November 9,in the basement of a commercial warehouse at 83–87 Summer Street. The fire was finally contained 12 hours later, after it had consumed about 65 acres (26 ha) of Boston's downtown, The Great Chicago Fire destroyed a major American city, making it one of the most destructive disasters of the 19th century.
A Sunday night blaze in a barn quickly spread, and for approximately 30 hours the flames roared through Chicago, consuming hastily constructed neighborhoods of immigrant housing as well as the city's business district.
The Peshtigo Fire occurred around the town of Peshtigo in northeastern Wisconsin on October 8,the same day that the Great Chicago Fire began. Historically, the Peshtigo Fire has been somewhat overshadowed by the Great Chicago Fire, though the Peshtigo Fire covered a much greater area and had many more fatalities.
The Peshtigo Fire burned Author: Erin McCoy. The Comet and the Chicago Fire. For nearly one and a half centuries, the cause of the most notorious fire in U.S.
history has been a source of “heated” controversy. Some researchers suggest that a disintegrating comet ignited the blaze. But the electrical theorists say that evidence most often ignored offers the best clues. I'm sorry that I don't remember the book, but a search of Amazon turns this up: Mrs.
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It began about on the afternoon of 20 June when a spark fell into a bundle of hay in Henry Fairweather's storehouse in the York Point Slip area, which in present day is in the vicinity of Market Square. The Great Chicago Fire was a historical narrative written by Robert Cromie ina little less than years after the fire took place.
Robert Cromie had many accomplishments to be proud of, since he was a war correspondent, a sports journalist, a columnist, a book editor/author, and a radio and television host.
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The Great Fire of London burned for four days, and. Book donations collected in England became part of Chicago's first free, public library. The Chicago Public Library opened its doors on Jan. 1, Its original building was a water tank on LaSalle Street that had survived the fire.
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