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In the 1830´s-1840´s people were attracted to the fertile soil for farming.
There were about 200,000 people living in Wisconsin in 1848.
Then on October 8, 1871 a terrible disaster struck. It is known as the Peshtigo Fire. It was one of the deadliest fires in Wisconsin.
Houses, trees, property, crops and belongings were being burned in the 2000 degree fire.
The terrible fire left people homeless and hungry. The fire also killed family, friends, houses and crops.
The Peshtigo Fire played such a role in Wisconsin´s history that they mad a museum for it.
Peshtigo Fire museum
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