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April 1836 depiction of the Great Fire of New York


History of New York City

Triangle Shirtwaist Company Fire

A 1776 map of New York and environs (labeled New York Island instead of Manhattan)

This 1776 map has contemporary markings in red depicting the area damaged by the fire

Great Chicago Fire

New York Draft Riots - fighting.jpg

The Burning of Columbia, South Carolina (1865) by William Waud for Harper's Weekly

On March 25, 1911, 146 workers perished when a fire broke out in a

New York Burning: Liberty, Slavery, and Conspiracy in Eighteenth-Century Manhattan: Jill Lepore: 9781400032266: Amazon.com: Books

Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire

Did Donald Trump Tell Justin Trudeau That Canada Burned Down the White House in 1812?

An engraving from later in the 1880s shows rioters burning an orphanage for black children. (Library of Congress)




Firefighters work to save a home from an encroaching fire during the Lilac fire in Bonsall, California on Thursday, December 7, 2017.

A man watches the Thomas Fire in the hills above Carpinteria, California. Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images

Battle of New Orleans

The United States Capitol after the burning of Washington, D.C. in the War of 1812. Watercolor and ink depiction from 1814, restored.


Viewing the Triangle Waist Company building as bodies lay on the ground on March 25,

Great Fire of New York

Winecoff Hotel fire

Mendocino Complex Fire explodes to become the largest blaze in California history

How a Burning River Helped Create the Clean Water Act

Draft-card burning

camp fire firefighters hosing down

U.S. National Historic Landmark · NYC Landmark · Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire building.jpg

HD Video of Fire and Major building collapse 2nd Ave & 7th Street NYC - March 26, 2015 - YouTube

The Chicago Water Tower, the only public building in the burn area to survive the

In California, One Community Reflects on a Fire as Others Still Burn - The New York Times

Fire escape

Artist's rendition of the Burning of Washington

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War of 1812

"Burning of the New York Crystal Palace", c. 1868


How U.S. Forces Failed to Conquer Canada 200 Years Ago

Washingtonians fleeing the city during the burning of the White House and the Capitol by the British on August 24, 1814. (The Granger Collection, NYC)

California Fire Now the Largest in State History: 'People Are on Edge' - The New York Times

Many buildings and skyscrapers seen from a great height, surrounded by smog. Unlike the

An antique photo of families and children looking out the windows of an apartment building and


Firefighters responded to a deadly fire Thursday night in the Bronx borough of New York. Associated Press/Frank Franklin II

10 Worst Skyscraper Fires

Cloquet, Minnesota was destroyed in a huge wildfire in October 1918 that killed 453 people. (Carlton County Historical Society)

Cloquet, Minnesota was destroyed in a huge wildfire in October 1918 that killed 453 people. (University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, ...



A black-and-white, panoramic view of New York City as seen from

British and American movements during the Chesapeake Campaign 1814

Jill Lepore on Writing the Story of America (in 1,000 Pages or Less) - The New York Times

Honduras v United States - FIFA 2014 World Cup Qualifier

Three of California's Biggest Fires Ever Are Burning Right Now - The New York Times

Birmingham Central Library destroyed by fire, 1879

The Horrible, Oppressive History of Book Burning in America

Burning of the Merchants Exchange in the Great Fire of 1835



Burning of the Merchants' Exchange, New

Clockwise from top left: Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn brownstones, Soldiers' and Sailors'

The rear of the Winecoff Hotel with the fire escape stairway added during reconstruction after the fire

Satellite image of Thomas Fire.jpg

Video shows aftermath of NYC blaze

U.S. National Historic Landmark · NYC Landmark · Trinity Church NYC 004b.JPG

Cloquet, Minnesota was destroyed in a huge wildfire in October 1918 that killed 453 people. (Carlton County Historical Society)

Why This Town Has Been On Fire For 50 Years

Great New Orleans Fire (1788)

The Chicago Fire of 1871 and the 'Great Rebuilding'

Firefighters try to control a back burn as the Carr fire continues to spread towards the

An example of a tower from the United States. This one represents the Fort Johnson, New York fire company.

Images from the burning of Atlanta, November 1864.

... Fire, many in Ojai are still waiting to rebuild their homes and others have packed up and left for good.CreditAndrew Cullen for The New York Times

NYC: Assistant Chief Gerard A. Barbara Looks Up at the Burning Towers of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001