The Resource The great conflagration. : Chicago: its past, present and future. Embracing a detailed narrative of the great conflagration in the north, south, and west divisions: origin, progress and results of the fire. Prominent buildings burned, character of buildings, losses and insurance, graphic description of the flames, scenes and incidents, loss of life, the flight of the people. : Also, a condensed history of Chicago, its population, growth and great public works. : And a statement of all the great fires of the world., By James W. Sheahan and George P. Upton, associate editors of the Chicago daily tribune. ; With numerous illustrations

The great conflagration. : Chicago: its past, present and future. Embracing a detailed narrative of the great conflagration in the north, south, and west divisions: origin, progress and results of the fire. Prominent buildings burned, character of buildings, losses and insurance, graphic description of the flames, scenes and incidents, loss of life, the flight of the people. : Also, a condensed history of Chicago, its population, growth and great public works. : And a statement of all the great fires of the world., By James W. Sheahan and George P. Upton, associate editors of the Chicago daily tribune. ; With numerous illustrations

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The great conflagration. : Chicago: its past, present and future. Embracing a detailed narrative of the great conflagration in the north, south, and west divisions: origin, progress and results of the fire. Prominent buildings burned, character of buildings, losses and insurance, graphic description of the flames, scenes and incidents, loss of life, the flight of the people. : Also, a condensed history of Chicago, its population, growth and great public works. : And a statement of all the great fires of the world.
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The great conflagration.
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Chicago: its past, present and future. Embracing a detailed narrative of the great conflagration in the north, south, and west divisions: origin, progress and results of the fire. Prominent buildings burned, character of buildings, losses and insurance, graphic description of the flames, scenes and incidents, loss of life, the flight of the people. : Also, a condensed history of Chicago, its population, growth and great public works. : And a statement of all the great fires of the world.
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By James W. Sheahan and George P. Upton, associate editors of the Chicago daily tribune. ; With numerous illustrations
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1824-1883
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Sheahan, James W.
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  • maps
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  • 1834-1919
  • 1807-1892
  • 1841-1914
  • 1836-1902
  • 1840-1923
  • 1845-1912
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  • Upton, George P.
  • Whittier, John Greenleaf
  • Townsend, George Alfred
  • Harte, Bret
  • Glyndon, Howard
  • Carleton, Will
  • DeGolyer, E. S
  • Fox, S
  • Beale
  • Union Publishing Company
  • Baker & Co
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  • Fires
  • Fires
  • Fires
  • Chicago (Ill.)
  • Chicago (Ill.)
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The great conflagration. : Chicago: its past, present and future. Embracing a detailed narrative of the great conflagration in the north, south, and west divisions: origin, progress and results of the fire. Prominent buildings burned, character of buildings, losses and insurance, graphic description of the flames, scenes and incidents, loss of life, the flight of the people. : Also, a condensed history of Chicago, its population, growth and great public works. : And a statement of all the great fires of the world., By James W. Sheahan and George P. Upton, associate editors of the Chicago daily tribune. ; With numerous illustrations
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  • Spine title: History of the great conflagration. Chicago its past, present, & future
  • Some illustrations signed by S. Fox and Beale. Engravings by Baker & Co
  • Copyright 1871 by E.S. DeGolyer
  • Twenty-three leaves of plates included in pagination. Numbers 431-432, 499-450, and 503-504 omitted in pagination
  • Includes poems about the fire, p. 357-367, by J.G. Whittier, G.A. Townsend, Bret Harte, Howard Glyndon [i.e. Laura C.R. Searing. "The burning of Chicago: a poem. By Will M. Carleton"--513-527
  • "The northwestern fires. Great conflagrations in the states of Michigan and Wisconsin. Great fires of the world: Rome, Moscow, London, New York, Pittsburgh, Charleston, Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Portland, and other great fires."--p. [369]-418
  • Publisher's advertisement, p. [529-530]
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The great conflagration. : Chicago: its past, present and future. Embracing a detailed narrative of the great conflagration in the north, south, and west divisions: origin, progress and results of the fire. Prominent buildings burned, character of buildings, losses and insurance, graphic description of the flames, scenes and incidents, loss of life, the flight of the people. : Also, a condensed history of Chicago, its population, growth and great public works. : And a statement of all the great fires of the world., By James W. Sheahan and George P. Upton, associate editors of the Chicago daily tribune. ; With numerous illustrations
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  • Spine title: History of the great conflagration. Chicago its past, present, & future
  • Some illustrations signed by S. Fox and Beale. Engravings by Baker & Co
  • Copyright 1871 by E.S. DeGolyer
  • Twenty-three leaves of plates included in pagination. Numbers 431-432, 499-450, and 503-504 omitted in pagination
  • Includes poems about the fire, p. 357-367, by J.G. Whittier, G.A. Townsend, Bret Harte, Howard Glyndon [i.e. Laura C.R. Searing. "The burning of Chicago: a poem. By Will M. Carleton"--513-527
  • "The northwestern fires. Great conflagrations in the states of Michigan and Wisconsin. Great fires of the world: Rome, Moscow, London, New York, Pittsburgh, Charleston, Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Portland, and other great fires."--p. [369]-418
  • Publisher's advertisement, p. [529-530]
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volume
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
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rdacontent
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1 online resource (527, [i.e., 521], [3] pages, [3] leaves of plates
Form of item
online
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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illustrations, maps)
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