Today in Florida History May 25, 1843 – The city of Tallahassee suffered a devastating fire which destroyed most of the downtown businesses on this date. The fire started in the Washington Hall boarding house and quickly spread to the mostly wood-frame buildings of downtown. The estimated damage was placed at $500,000 and the city quickly passed an ordinance that mandated only “fireproof” brick buildings be erected in their...Read more
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