1881 - September 6 - Forest fires in Michigan and Ontario resulted in 'Yellow Day' in the northeastern U.S.
September 6, 1881
Twenty villages in Michigan burned, and a total of 500 persons were killed. Fires caused 2.3 million dollars in losses near Lake Huron. Candles were needed at the noon hour.
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