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By Vincent H. Gaddis On the evening of October 8, 1871, the Midwestern states lay hot and parched beneath a clear sky. For three months there had been a drought, and the humidity had been very low for weeks. The desiccated air rested like a heavy blanket over the sprawling buildings of Chicago, the forests of the north, and the prairies to the west. It was Sunday, and as the worshipers left their churches they had no suspicion that the … Continue reading