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PW ~Ragont
PW ~Ragont • 2 years ago

The Great Chicago Fire, Oct 8–10, 1871: The Fire started around 9 o'clock on Sunday evening, October 8, 1871 and continued till Tuesday morning, Oct 10, when some much-needed rain helped to stop the blaze. The Fire killed approximately 300 people, destroyed over 17,000 structures, and left 100,000 people homeless.

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