Carefully researched, this map depicts the boundaries of the great fire that burned on both sides of the bay in northeastern Wisconsin on October 8, 1871.
Although on the same day as the Chicago Fire yet much lesser known, the fires in Wisconsin covered a significantly larger area and caused the loss of life of thousands of people. The map includes a scaled inlay comparing the size of the Chicago fire to that of Wisconsin.
Poster printed on heavy matte paper. Available in two popular sizes. Unframed.
Proudly made in Wisconsin by Bay Maps, LLC.
Frame not included.
Prints can be packaged and shipped flat or rolled based on customer preference.
Prints prepared for flat shipping include a rigid white backboard and are packaged in an elegant crystal sleeve. This option is recommended for gift-giving.
Prints can also be rolled, enclosed in a protective plastic sleeve, and shipped in a sturdy map tube. This option is less expensive, but prints do need to be flattened prior to framing.
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