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Three Fearful Days: San Francisco Memoirs of the 1906 Earthquake & Fire (1998)

by Malcolm E. Barker

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Three days, three nights, three fearful days
Of death, of flame, of dynamite,
Of God's house thrown a thousand ways;
Blown east by day, blown west by night --
By night? There was no night. Nay, Nay.
The ghoulish flame lit nights that lay
Crouched down between this first, last day!
I say those nights were burned away!

"San Francisco"
by Joaquin Miller
Sunset Magazine, June-July 1906
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Remembering the more than 3,000 men, women, and children who did not survive the San Francisco 1906 earthquake and fire.
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San Francisco was not the only town devastated by the earthquake on April 18, 1906.
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