2 edition of Particular account of the great fire at Newburyport, May 31, 1811 found in the catalog.
Particular account of the great fire at Newburyport, May 31, 1811
|Other titles||Newburyport herald., Boston gazette (1803)|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 23636.|
|The Physical Object|
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An Account of the great fire, which destroyed about buildings in Newburyport, on the night of the 31st of May, Taken principally from the statements which have appeared in the public newspapers. Published: () Newburyport, June [blank] Particular account of the great fire at Newburyport, which destroyed about two hundred and fifty buildings.
Published by s.n.] in Newburyport [Mass. An Account of the great fire, which destroyed about buildings in Newburyport, on the night of the 31st of May, Taken principally from the statements which have appeared in the public newspapers.
Original data: Particular account of the great fire at Newburyport, which destroyed about two hundred and fifty ular account of the great fire at Newburyport, Newburyport Mass.: unknown, Particular account of the great fire at Newburyport, which destroyed about two hundred and fifty buildings.
A fire commenced about nine o’clock in a stable in Mechanic Row in Newburyport on the evening of May 31st, (The description below is from The Fireman’s Own Book by George P.
Little, ) The fire soon extended to the Market and to State street, and spread May 31 such various directions as to baffle all exertions to subdue it.
Particular account of the great fire at Newburyport, [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc, Original data: Particular account of the great fire at Newburyport, which destroyed about two hundred and fifty buildings. Particular. Before the fire, Newburyport was considered the fifth wealthiest city in the United States.
After the fire, the wealth just drained out and businessmen drained out right along with the money. Prominent men such as Bromfield, Peabody, Perkins and many others went elsewhere. The War of found Newburyport suffering even more. Particular account of the great fire at Newburyport, Ancestry.
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”On Friday evening,at half past 9 o’clock in the evening, the citizens of the town were alarmed by the cry of Fire!” So wrote John Gilman and Wittingham Gilman in late Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $ Buy An Account of the Great Fire, Which Destroyed about Buildings in Newburyport, on the Night of the 31st of May, Taken Principally from the Statements Which Have Appeared in the Public Newspapers at Newburyport’s Great Fire of has recently been on our minds.
The conflagration consumed over sixteen acres of the modern downtown area and caused over two million dollars in. The Great Newburyport fire, Nearly buildings burned, and upwards of ninety families lost their homes and the means of furnishing themselves with the necessities of life.
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The Great Chicago Fire took place in October of "Damrell's Fire gutted Boston in November of The island of Martha's Vineyard was decimated by a major fire in A fire raged through Roxbury, Massachusetts in May of after a fire broke out under the bleachers during a baseball game at the old South End Grounds.
It was Friday, The weather had been very dry for a couple of weeks and there was a strong westerly wind blowing. The fire was believed to have been started by an arsonist that night at nine-thirty. It started in an unoccupied stable on Inn Street, the very center of the downtown.
Newburyport’s Great Fire of has recently been on our minds. The conflagration consumed over sixteen acres of the modern downtown area and caused over two million dollars in damage. When taking inflation into account, this roughly translates to somew.
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18th century Newburyport. Continuing problems with the British resulted in the Embargo act of and finally the war of Newburyport's favorite foreign ports were closed again and ships along the coast lay idle at the wharves.
In the midst of this trouble came the great fire ofdestroying most of the Newburyport. The vintage photos and town maps make the book one of the best I've seen on Newburyport history.
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Editor's note: This is the second in a two-part series commemorating the th anniversary of Newburyport's Great Fire.
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every subject as cheap as at any store on the continent.” Both the bookstore and the tavern were destroyed in the great Newburyport fire of In Newburyport’s case, the Great Fire of destroyed buildings, and according to contemporary accounts developed acres were laid waste, “containing a much larger proportion of.
Newburyport suffered the most damaging fire in its history in May of The blaze destroyed 16 ½ acres of the densely populated town — buildings, including 90 homes, were lost.
Nine years later, almost to the day, at two o'clock in the morning, a stable went up in flames in the heart of Newburyport. An Account of the great fire which destroyed about buildings in Newburyport, on the night of the 31st of May, Newburyport, Printed by W.
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