Canadian architects view Saint John buildings after the Great Fire of 1877
from Global News
The city of Saint John's rich history was put on display recently at a national conference of architects. Gary Hughes, the Curator of History and Technology with the New Brunswick Museum spoke of the Great Saint John Fire of 1877, one of the most destructive in the history of North America. Nearly 1,600 buildings were destroyed, 18 people died, and 200 acres of land was left desolate.
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