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  1. Dennis Smith's History of Firefighting in America: 300 Years of Courage.
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  2. Dennis Smith's History of Firefighting in America: 300 Years of Courage.

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Dust jacket notes: "Dennis Smith, firefighter and best-selling author of several books on firefighting, now turns to the history of firefighting in America, capturing the enthusiasm and dedication as well as the changes that have taken place in the attitudes of firefighters during the 370 years since America was colonized. In this vivid account, profusely illustrated with line art and photographs, Dennis Smith covers America's most notable fires, from the burning of the first colony at Jamestown in 1608 to the Beverly Hills Supper Club tragedy in Kentucky in 1977. His knowledgeable re-creation of such scenes as the Boston fires in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the burning of Washington during the War of 1812, the great Chicago fire of 1871, San Francisco during the earthquake, the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire in 1914, the Hartford circus fire in 1944, and many others dramatically brings to the reader the heroism, tragedy, and awe generated by these disasters. Smith assesses the historical context of the fires, tracing the development of firefighting equipment, fire protection legislation, and mutual insurance societies. He is concerned with individuals, and intersperses his narrative with vignettes describing firefighters' personal courage. This definitive account of firefighters in America is indispensable for history and fire buffs alike, as well as for Dennis Smith fans."

Specifications

Country
USA
Author
Dennis Smith
Binding
Hardcover
EAN
9780803725386
Edition
First Printing
ISBN
0803725388
Label
Doubleday
Manufacturer
Doubleday
NumberOfItems
1
NumberOfPages
182
PublicationDate
1980-07
Publisher
Doubleday
SKU
G0803725388I5N01
Studio
Doubleday
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