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This segment relates to the Great Fire of This is an unfinished draft! Do you have any memories of any of the other people, places, businesses or events mentioned here? Or do you have corrections, additions, or suggestions? This photo was taken from the location of the modern Linden Tree, looking northwest.
It was almost useless at, any rate, after the fire had gained much headway. Many women worked with the energy and endurance of the 'sterner sex' till completely exhausted. Cottage City showed up well MAA night.
As they looked up they could see the doctor sitting there, by the glare of the fire behind him. The fields and gardens adjacent to the burnt district were heaped up with piles of furniture, crockery and other things, which were anxiously guarded by the women of the distressed households. When dawn broke, the scope of the destruction was clear.
Had he fallen, he would have undoubtedly been seriously injured, but luckily, he was able to check himself and retain his former position.
Ad in the Aug. John Lambert's dry goods store on the west side, next to the Baptist Church, and the following buildings on the south, were then on fire: Luce Bros.
The Lagoon is visible in the distance. Among those who are left nearly destitute are the families of Mrs. Finally deciding that it would be Vineyarx outside, the boys took up what pies they could carry and went out.
Some livestock was lost. It cannot be expected that this can continue.
Crocker, the proprietor of the harness factory, began work on a new structure while the unburnt timbers were yet smouldering, and others followed in quick order. Or do you have corrections, additions, or suggestions? The New York Times wrote on Monday August 13th: "District Officers Innes and Seaver and Chief Dexter, of Cottage City, organized a force to protect the household property which filled the streets and vacant lots from the thieves, who made their appearance in large s, coming mostly from the vessels in the harbor, and bodily attempted to carry away the goods which had been saved from the flames.
The conflagration at this hour also began to work up Spring street and the residence of the Luce Bros. Matthew P.
Soon after the alarm the whole of Cottage City, including the useless fire department, was en route for the conflagration and the excitement. The whole village was 'on the move,' and the streets were crowded with the effects of homeless people. And why should they?
How they did work. Union Street is visible on the left.
Sumner Myrick, staying at Cottage City at the time, was correspondent for the Boston Herald, and scored an able beat for his paper. Ward realized that the flying embers were endangering his own home, and he hastened there to find that burning shingles were indeed falling on the roof from time to time. The Gazette profile of Foster Jenkins' wife remarks that only the key to the paint shop and the office safe were saved.
The old Lambert homestead, on the west side, opposite the Mansion House, is now in flames, and upon Spring street, Gilbert Brush's house and the ice cream saloon of Benjamin Dexter are the latest acquisitions to the conflagration. At o'clock the grocery store of Stephen C.
However, many beautiful old trees and the houses of 'ye olden time,' filled with family treasures and curios from all parts of the world, were destroyed. Crocker, the proprietor of the harness factory, began work on a new structure while the unburnt timbers have yet smouldering, and others followed in quick order.
Flying, woken shingles also started two isolated fires on William Street. Robinson's grocery store and Hatch's express office. Church street "Franklin street" is in the right foreground, and Union street "Wharf street" is in the far right background.
The Boston Herald wrote: "Rev. It was very plainly to be seen from Cottage City and other parts of the island, it being thought at first by citizens of Edgartown that Cottage City was burning.
He said he was going to save it from the fire. William I.
Many who were not burned out, have suffered wo,en loss by breakage in moving their effects out and having them wet. A slight rain was then falling.
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