Extremely dry conditions during July and August 1910 led to a two-day fire that blew up and charred more than 3 million acres, finally ending on Aug. 21, 1910.

Extremely dry conditions during July and August 1910 led to a two-day fire that blew up and charred more than 3 million acres, finally ending on Aug. 21, 1910.

While New Jersey parents tucked their children into bed for the night the ground began to shake and shake and shake on Nov. 29, 1783, sending people running for cover all over New Jersey. Was it the most powerful earthquake to strike New Jersey.?

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