Tuesday, October 6, 2020

1892 - Germans not welcome

Greenfield, Saratoga, New York, USA

1838 - Stage Accident
The Albany mail stage from Greenfield, N. Y. was precipitated into the Green river, on Thursday last, by the bridge giving way. The passengers, fortunately escaped without injury, but the driver was... Read MORE...

The Sun -  Baltimore, Maryland -  October 6, 1838
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Ware, Massachusetts, USA

1848 - GREAT FIRE IN WARE.
We learn from a correspondent of the Worcester Telegraph that the most destructive fire that has ever occurred in Ware Village, visited that place on Tuesday morning. Three blocks of stores situated... Read MORE...

Barre Patriot -  Barre, Massachusetts -  October 6, 1848
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Lee, Massachusetts, USA

1892 - Train Crashes into Wagon
A south-bound express on the Housatonic Railroad crashed into a wagon belonging to Capt. J. S. Barnes of Lenox at Lee, Mass., yesterday afternoon, instantly killing the occupants of the wagon. Capt.... Read MORE...

The New York Times -  New York, New York -  October 6, 1892
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Longueuil, Québec, Canada (Saint-Antoine-de-Longueuil)

1892  Germans not welcome

The Canadian town of Longueuil, it is announced has decided to prohibit any one speaking German from landing there, and keeps a fire-engine on duty to play hot water on any such intruder.

Times-Picayune -  Louisiana -  October 6, 1892
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