The Great Chicago Fire was a conflagration that burned from Sunday, October 8,
to early Tuesday, October 10, 1871. The fire killed up to 300 people, destroyed ...
The Great Chicago Fire. The summer of 1871 was very dry, leaving the ground
parched and the wooden city vulnerable. On Sunday evening, October 8, 1871, ...
People & Events: The Great Fire of 1871. In the hundred days before October 8,
1871, not much more than an inch of rain had fallen in Chicago. The city at that ...
The Great Chicago Fire began on the city's West Side, in the De Koven Street
barn of Patrick and Catherine O'Leary, though it is not known what happened
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Sep 30, 2011 ... For those interested in Chicago's history The Weather Channel's short videos on
this fire are linked together here for the first time.
Jun 23, 2014 ... The Great Chicago Fire killed 300 people, left some 100000 homeless, and
destroyed $200 million worth of property. Was a cow really to ...
Oct 4, 2012 ... Chicago folksong. An unflattering depiction of Catherine O'Leary inside her
infamous barn. From “The Great Chicago Fire and the Myth of Mrs.
Mrs. O'Leary's infamous cow may not be to blame for the Great Chicago Fire.
May 28, 2013 ... Myth: The Great Chicago Fire was started by a cow. The Great Chicago Fire
destroyed 3.3 square miles of Chicago, Illinois, burning for two ...
Chicago Is Burning! INSTRUCTOR NOTE. Ask students to locate the second star
on the Chicago flag. This star stands for the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. Set the ...