Virginia Forest Fires

Uncontrollable forest fires in Virginia during April 1880.

23 Apr 1880, 2 – The Enterprise and Vermonter at Newspapers.com

In 1930, almost 400,000 acres burned in Virginia, and more than 72,000 acres had burned by mid-June 1941.

15 Jun 1941, 55 – The Times Dispatch at Newspapers.com

Great forest fires were sweeping the mountains of Virginia in early May 1926.

09 May 1926, 1 – The Times Dispatch at Newspapers.com

22 Jul 1926, 1 – The Daily News Leader at Newspapers.com

14 Jul 1930, Page 1 – Sioux City Journal at Newspapers.com

05 Dec 1930, 2 – Evening Star at Newspapers.com

October 1930, fires in Virginia, tornadoes and floods in Texas, heatwaves and forest fires in California.

07 Oct 1930, 2 – The Brattleboro Reformer at Newspapers.com

The worst heatwave in Virginia’s history occurred in 1930.

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21 Jul 1930, 1 – The State at Newspapers.com

The area’s longest heatwaves in recorded history

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1 Response to Virginia Forest Fires

  1. Gerald Mickley says:

    Sad that so many people cannot learn from history because they lack awareness, intelligence, and moral character required to seek the Truth surrounding their self-centered lives.

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