Great Panic Disasters in the Past

Great Panic Disasters in the Past

October, 1836—Lehman’s theater, St. Petersburg, Russia. 650 killed.

January 6, 1864—Church of the Jesuits, Santiago, Cuba, 251 killed.

December 5, 1876—Brooklyn theater, Brooklyn, N. Y., 289 killed.

December 8. 1881—Ring theater, Vienna, Austria. 850 killed.

June 16, 1883—School, Sunderland, England, 200 killed.

May 26, 1887—Opera Comique, Paris, France, 200 killed.

September 4, 1887—Exeter theater, Exeter, England, 200 killed.

March 21, 1888—Banquet theater, Oporto, Portugal. 200 killed.

July 21, 1889—Building at Luchow, China, 400 killed.

January 9, 1890—Shantung, theater, China, 250 killed.

August 22, 1891—Taylor building, New York city, 61 killed.

February 8, 1892—Hotel Royal, New York city, 17 killed.

August 12, 1896—Ching Un District theater, China, 200 killed.

May 4, 1897—Charity bazaar, Paris, France, 150 killed.

March 17, 1899—Windsor hotel. New York city, 16 killed,

June 30, 1900—Piers of North German Lloyd Steamship Company and three steamships, North river. New York city. 200 killed.

September 20, 1902—Shiloh Baptist church, Birmingham, Ala., 115 killed.

January 27. 1903—Colney Hatch asylum, London. England. 52 killed.

December 30, 1903—Iroquois theater, Chicago. Ill., 566 killed.

March 20, 1905— R. B. Glover & Company’s shoe factory, Brockton, Mass., 100 killed.

December 7. 1907—Coal mine in Fairmount, Va.. 490 killed.

January 14, 1908—Rhodes Opera House, Boyertown, Pa., 169 killed.

March 4, 1908—Collinwood (Ohio) school disaster, 174 killed.

November 27, 1910—Factory fire. Newark, N. J.. 40 killed.

March 26, 1911—Triangle Shirt Waist Company. New York city, 151 killed.

July 23, 1913—Binghamton Clothing Company, Binghamton, N. Y., 36 killed.

December 24, 1913—Christmas gathering, Calumet, Mich., 75 killed.

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