FIRES AND FIREFIGHTERS by John V. Morris

FIRES AND FIREFIGHTERS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A more than comprehensive history makes a lively study of a pioneer country pushing westward despite one of its gravest enemies, Fire. There is a background of fire's prehistoric importance to man, and of famous devastations it has caused-but the main emphasis is on America- from threats of fire from Indian attack on to the present day equipment, preventive methods and trained fighters. Excellent for the interested.

Pub Date: March 3rd, 1955
Publisher: Little, Brown