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" ... had become so intense as greatly to increase the power of the wind in the immediate neighborhood of the flames. This was especially the case on the east and west of the fire toward the front, the wind blowing straight toward the fire in all directions.... "
The weather and climate of Chicago - Page 367
by Henry Joseph Cox, John Howard Armington - 1914 - 375 pages
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Report of the Chief Signal Officer, United States Army, to the Secretary of War

United States. Army. Signal Corps - 1872
...intense as greatly to increase the power of the wind in the immediate neighborhood of the fiāmes. This was especially the case on the east and west...Within forty yards of the blaze I estimated the wind blowing from the east toward it at thirty miles per hour. This caused a decided whirling motion in...
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Annual report of the chief signal-officer, to the secretary of war, Volume 2

United States signal office - 1873
...toward 1 am tho beat of the fire had become so intense as greatly to increase the power of the wind in the immediate neighborhood of the flames. This...was especially the case on the east and west of the hre toward the front-, the wind blowing straight toward the fire in all directions. Within forty yards...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d ...

United States. Congress. House - United States - 1873
...increase the power of tho wind in the immediate neighborhood of the flames. Tbi« was especially tho case on the east and west of the fire toward the front, the wind blowing straight toward the tire in all directions. Within forty yards of the blaze I estimated the wind blowing from the east...
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Bulletin, Issues 1-10

United States. Weather Bureau - 1892
...flames, but toward 1 a. in. the heat had become so intense as greatly to increase the power of the wind in the immediate neighborhood of the flames. This...Within forty yards of the blaze I estimated the wind blowing from the east toward it at thirty miles per hour. This caused a decided whirling motion in...
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