The Great Boston Fire
Author Stephanie Schorow discussed the Great Boston Fire of 1872, which still ranks as one of the costliest fire-related property devastations in American history. The Boston Public Library hosted this event.
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Diane Parks Reference Librarian Boston Public Library
Stephanie Schorow Author
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