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Great Hinckley Fire

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The Great Hinckley Fire

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Bekah Visits the Hinckley Fire Museum

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Wildfire In Northern Minnesota Now Contained

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Forest Fires (1918)

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Museum Fire: A look behind the fire lines

The Great Hinckley Fire was a conflagration in the pine forests of Minnesota in September 1894, which burned an area of at least 200,000 acres, including the town of Hinckley. The official death count was 418; the actual number of fatalities was likely higher.
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