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Chicago Fire

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Also likely a factor in the fire's rapid spread was the amount of flammable waste that had accumulated in the river from years of improper disposal methods used by local industries.

Despite the fire spreading and growing rapidly, the city's firefighters continued to battle the blaze.

A short time after the fire jumped the river, a burning piece of timber lodged on the roof of the city's waterworks. Within minutes, the interior of the building was engulfed in flames and the building was destroyed.

With it, the city's water mains went dry and the city was helpless. Finally, late into the evening of October 9, it started to rain, but the fire had already started to burn itself out.

The fire had spread to the sparsely populated areas of the north side, having consumed the densely populated areas thoroughly.

Once the fire had ended, the smoldering remains were still too hot for a survey of the damage to be completed for many days.

On Oct 11, General Philip H. Sheridan came quickly to the aid of the city and was placed in charge by a proclamation, given by mayor Roswell B.

Mason :. General P. Sheridan, U. To protect the city from looting and violence, the city was put under martial law for two weeks under Gen.

Sheridan's command structure with a mix of regular troops, militia units, police, and a specially organized "First Regiment of Chicago Volunteers.

Sheridan and his soldiers:. Thank God, those most dear to me and the city as well are safe. For two weeks Sheridan's men patrolled the streets, guarded the relief warehouses, and enforced other regulations.

Of the approximately , inhabitants of Chicago in , 90, Chicago residents 1 in 3 residents were left homeless.

In the days and weeks following the fire, monetary donations flowed into Chicago from around the country and abroad, along with donations of food, clothing, and other goods.

These donations came from individuals, corporations, and cities. Milwaukee , along with other nearby cities, helped by sending fire-fighting equipment.

Food, clothing and books were brought by train from all over the continent. Operating from the First Congregational Church , city officials and aldermen began taking steps to preserve order in Chicago.

Many people who were left homeless after the incident were never able to get their normal lives back since all their personal papers and belongings burned in the conflagration.

After the fire, A. Burgess of London proposed an "English Book Donation", to spur a free library in Chicago, in their sympathy with Chicago over the damages suffered.

In April , the City Council passed the ordinance to establish the free Chicago Public Library , starting with the donation from the United Kingdom of more than 8, volumes.

The fire also led to questions about development in the United States. Due to Chicago's rapid expansion at that time, the fire led to Americans reflecting on industrialization.

Based on a religious point of view, some said that Americans should return to a more old-fashioned way of life, and that the fire was caused by people ignoring traditional morality.

On the other hand, others believed that a lesson to be learned from the fire was that cities needed to improve their building techniques.

Frederick Law Olmsted observed that poor building practices in Chicago were a problem: [21]. Chicago had a weakness for "big things", and liked to think that it was outbuilding New York.

It did a great deal of commercial advertising in its house-tops. The faults of construction as well as of art in its great showy buildings must have been numerous.

Their walls were thin, and were overweighted with gross and coarse misornamentation. Olmsted also believed that with brick walls, and disciplined firemen and police, the deaths and damage caused would have been much less.

Almost immediately, the city began to rewrite its fire standards, spurred by the efforts of leading insurance executives, and fire-prevention reformers such as Arthur C.

Chicago soon developed one of the country's leading fire-fighting forces. Business owners, and land speculators such as Gurdon Saltonstall Hubbard , quickly set about rebuilding the city.

The first load of lumber for rebuilding was delivered the day the last burning building was extinguished. By the World's Columbian Exposition 22 years later, Chicago hosted more than 21 million visitors.

The Palmer House hotel burned to the ground in the fire 13 days after its grand opening. Its developer, Potter Palmer , secured a loan and rebuilt the hotel to higher standards across the street from the original, proclaiming it to be "The World's First Fireproof Building".

In , the remaining structures on the original O'Leary property at W. A bronze sculpture of stylized flames, entitled Pillar of Fire by sculptor Egon Weiner , was erected on the point of origin in Michael's Church and the Pumping Station were both gutted in the fire, but their exteriors survived, and the buildings were rebuilt using the surviving walls.

Additionally, though the inhabitable portions of the building were destroyed, the bell tower of St. James Cathedral survived the fire and was incorporated into the rebuilt church.

The stones near the top of the tower are still blackened from the soot and smoke. Almost from the moment the fire broke out, various theories about its cause began to circulate.

The cow kicked over a lantern or an oil lamp in some versions , setting fire to the barn. The O'Leary family denied this, stating that they were in bed before the fire started, but stories of the cow began to spread across the city.

Catherine O'Leary seemed the perfect scapegoat : she was a poor, Irish Catholic immigrant. During the latter half of the 19th century, anti-Irish sentiment was strong throughout the United States and in Chicago.

This was intensified as a result of the growing political power of the city's Irish population. O'Leary was a target of both anti-Catholic and anti-Irish sentiment.

This story was circulating in Chicago even before the flames had died out, and it was noted in the Chicago Tribune ' s first post-fire issue.

In the reporter Michael Ahern retracted the "cow-and-lantern" story, admitting it was fabricated, but even his confession was unable to put the legend to rest.

Amateur historian Richard Bales has suggested the fire started when Daniel "Pegleg" Sullivan, who first reported the fire, ignited hay in the barn while trying to steal milk.

The Chicago Public Library staff criticized his account in their web page on the fire. Cohn may have started the fire during a craps game.

The bequest was given to the school on September 28, , [39] and the dedication contained a claim by Cohn to have been present at the start of the fire.

According to Cohn, on the night of the fire, he was gambling in the O'Learys' barn with one of their sons and some other neighborhood boys. When Mrs.

O'Leary came out to the barn to chase the gamblers away at around , they knocked over a lantern in their flight, although Cohn states that he paused long enough to scoop up the money.

The argument is not universally accepted. An alternative theory, first suggested in by Ignatius L.

This was described as a "fringe theory" concerning Biela's Comet. At a conference of the Aerospace Corporation and the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics , engineer and physicist Robert Wood suggested that the fire began when a fragment of Biela's Comet impacted the Midwest.

Biela's Comet had broken apart in and had not been observed since. Wood argued that four large fires took place, all on the same day, all on the shores of Lake Michigan see Related Events , suggesting a common root cause.

Eyewitnesses reported sighting spontaneous ignitions, lack of smoke, "balls of fire" falling from the sky, and blue flames.

According to Wood, these accounts suggest that the fires were caused by the methane that is commonly found in comets. Moreover, if a fragment of an icy comet were to strike the Earth, the most likely outcome, due to the low tensile strength of such bodies, would be for it to disintegrate in the upper atmosphere, leading to an air burst explosion analogous to that of the Tunguska event.

The specific choice of Biela's Comet does not match with the dates in question, as the 6 year period of the comet's orbit did not intersect that of the Earth until one full year after the fire, when a large meteor shower was indeed observed.

A common cause for the fires in the Midwest in late is that the area had suffered through a tinder-dry summer, so that winds from the front that moved in that evening were capable of generating rapidly expanding blazes from available ignition sources, which were plentiful in the region.

On that hot, dry, and windy autumn day, three other major fires occurred along the shores of Lake Michigan at the same time as the Great Chicago Fire.

It killed 1, to 2, people and charred approximately 1. The Peshtigo Fire remains the deadliest in American history [49] but the remoteness of the region meant it was little noticed at the time, due to the fact that one of the first things that burned were the telegraph lines to Green Bay.

Across the lake to the east, the town of Holland, Michigan , and other nearby areas burned to the ground. The city of Singapore, Michigan , provided a large portion of the lumber to rebuild Chicago.

As a result, the area was so heavily deforested that the land deteriorated into barren sand dunes that buried the town, and the town had to be abandoned.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Artist's rendering of the fire, by Currier and Ives ; the view faces northeast across the Randolph Street Bridge.

Chicago portal. Illinois History Teacher. Retrieved September 25, — via Illinois Periodicals Online. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

August 1, The Great Chicago Fire. The Great Fire. Scholastic Inc. Chicago Daily Tribune. October 8, Retrieved November 27, Smithsonian Magazine.

Retrieved February 24, Retrieved January 22, Flames even raced right across the Chicago River, feeding on flammable waste in the water. Retrieved January 10, National Geographic.

January 25, Retrieved February 19, The Greenock Telegraph. October 17, Winter American Quarterly. The Johns Hopkins University Press.

Chicago Public Library. Retrieved September 26, Archived from the original on May 4, Retrieved December 14, July 19, Still a lesser quality show to PD, especially now that Sophia Bush is gone.

It was the same tiresome soap opera with her. However, if you are looking for a solid show s , the Chicago series is worth checking out, especially the crossovers.

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The specific choice of Biela's Comet does not match with the dates in question, as the 6 year period of the comet's orbit did not intersect that of the Earth until one full year after the fire, when a large meteor shower was indeed observed.

A common cause for the fires in the Midwest in late is that the area had suffered through a tinder-dry summer, so that winds from the front that moved in that evening were capable of generating rapidly expanding blazes from available ignition sources, which were plentiful in the region.

On that hot, dry, and windy autumn day, three other major fires occurred along the shores of Lake Michigan at the same time as the Great Chicago Fire.

It killed 1, to 2, people and charred approximately 1. The Peshtigo Fire remains the deadliest in American history [49] but the remoteness of the region meant it was little noticed at the time, due to the fact that one of the first things that burned were the telegraph lines to Green Bay.

Across the lake to the east, the town of Holland, Michigan , and other nearby areas burned to the ground. The city of Singapore, Michigan , provided a large portion of the lumber to rebuild Chicago.

As a result, the area was so heavily deforested that the land deteriorated into barren sand dunes that buried the town, and the town had to be abandoned.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Artist's rendering of the fire, by Currier and Ives ; the view faces northeast across the Randolph Street Bridge.

Chicago portal. Illinois History Teacher. Retrieved September 25, — via Illinois Periodicals Online. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

August 1, The Great Chicago Fire. The Great Fire. Scholastic Inc. Chicago Daily Tribune. October 8, Retrieved November 27, Smithsonian Magazine.

Retrieved February 24, Retrieved January 22, Flames even raced right across the Chicago River, feeding on flammable waste in the water.

Retrieved January 10, National Geographic. January 25, Retrieved February 19, The Greenock Telegraph. October 17, Winter American Quarterly.

The Johns Hopkins University Press. Chicago Public Library. Retrieved September 26, Archived from the original on May 4, Retrieved December 14, July 19, WBEZ Blogs.

Retrieved April 4, The author. Retrieved April 4, — via Internet Archive. Milk Punch. Fire Protection Service.

National Underwriter Company 82 : Retrieved April 4, — via Google Books. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. O'Leary's Cow.

By Bales, Richard F. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland. American Anti-Catholicism and its Literature. Archived from the original on October 21, March Archived from the original on March 27, The Guardian.

Retrieved September 25, Papist Devils: Catholics in British America, — Catholic University of America Press. American Catholicism. University of Chicago Press.

New York: Rutledge Hill Press. Chicago Tribune. Archived from the original on February 23, Archived from the original on May 5, Retrieved September 30, Mental Floss.

Or Louis M. Hyde Park Media. Archived from the original on November 24, Mustard with A Bic? American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.

Archived from the original PDF on March 25, Meteorite Magazine. Retrieved November 10, July 27, As chief of 51, Boden keeps his house running smoothly and his firefighters prepared to overcome all adversity.

Casting Directors Jonathan Strauss, C. Chicago Fire. Season 8 Season 8. One Chicago Love Stories. One Chicago Relationship Chart. We Love the Ladies of One Chicago.

Are Feeling the Heat - One Chicago. Chicago Fire and P. Congratulate Chicago Med on Episodes. Med, Fire and P. Unite for the Good People of Chicago.

You Snooze, You What Are You Thankful For? Kidd's Exhaustion Leads to a Car Accident. A Matter of Seconds. Get Her! Beat the Heat?

Slamigan to the Rescue. Don't Get Shot. I Set the Fire. Be the Pumpkin. Wreck Chaser. A Billion Dollars' Worth of Research. Photo Gallery.

Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. Season 9 Premiere. Creators: Michael Brandt , Derek Haas. Added to Watchlist.

Top-Rated Episodes S7. Error: please try again. November's Top Streaming Picks. November TV and Streaming Calendar.

Everything Coming to Hulu in November Sladjanove Serije. Current Stories. Share this Rating Title: Chicago Fire — 7. Use the HTML below.

You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Episodes Season 9 Premiere Wednesday, November E1 Rattle Second City.

E20 51's Original Bell 8. E19 Light Things Up 8. Edit Cast Series cast summary: Jesse Spencer Matthew Casey episodes, Taylor Kinney Kelly Severide episodes, Eamonn Walker Wallace Boden episodes, Joe Minoso Joe Cruz episodes, Christian Stolte Randall McHolland episodes, Randy Flagler Christopher Herrmann episodes, Yuri Sardarov Brian Zvonecek episodes, Monica Raymund Gabriela Dawson episodes, Anthony Ferraris Tony episodes, Kara Killmer Sylvie Brett episodes, Miranda Rae Mayo Edit Storyline The story of firefighters in Chicago, both on a personal and professional level.

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