Climate Emergency Of 1871

On this date 150 years ago, the deadliest fires in US history occurred in Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois and Minnesota – including one which burned Chicago to the ground.

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3 Responses to Climate Emergency Of 1871

  1. Margaret Scrivens says:


    The climate emergency that worries me the
    most is the climate INSIDE MY HOME
    with the upcoming change to cold weather.
    Given the energy shortages currently
    happening around the world, I have to say
    I am concerned with JUST HOW exactly
    many are going to be able to heat their
    homes. Get a wood burning stove installed
    and a pile of wood.

  2. Brian D says:

    This chart you present from time to time, Tony, shows that the west was in the midst of a significant drought during this time frame. And western droughts do tend to bleed over into the northern plains, like we have seen this year, and others.×332.jpg

  3. czechlist says:

    “When the legend becomes fact, print the legend.”
    Perception is reality to those who choose to remain ignorant

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