The Port Huron fire of Sunday October 8, 1871 burned a number of cities
including White Rock and Port Huron, and much of the countryside in the "Thumb
Mar 29, 2012 ... The Great Chicago Fire is the most famous inferno in American history. But it
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On Sunday, October 8, 1871, fire leveled a broad swath of Michigan and
Wisconsin, including the cities of Peshtigo, Holland, Manistee, and Port Huron. At
On this day in History, Massive fire burns in Wisconsin on Oct 07, 1871. Learn
more ... On October 8, the fire reached Peshtigo without warning. Two hundred ...
On October 8th, 1871, the small Wisconsin logging town of Peshtigo was
consumed by one of the most severe and woefully under-reported fires in human
Fire in the Midwest October 8, 1871. Sitting in front of a fireplace or around a
campfire can be a lot of fun, but when a fire grows out of control, it becomes a ...
Oct 8, 2011 ... On this date in 1871, the town of Peshtigo, Wisconsin, and several smaller
surrounding communities were obliterated by fire. The "booming ...
Weather and the Fires of 1871. Huug van den Dool. Introduction1. On the
evening of 8 October and into the very early morning hours of 9 October 1871,
Dec 15, 2015 ... On October 8, 1871, a firestorm raged through a city killing the most people by
flame in American history. Twelve-hundred people were ...
The history books have largely forgotten what happened here on October 8, 1871
. Many of the references will note that Peshtigo was destroyed by fire and a lot ...