Women have been making history as firefighters for almost 200 years. One of the first female firefighters in recorded history is Molly Williams, an American slave from New York City who served as a member of Oceanus Engine Company No. 11 in 1815. The fire service has long been viewed as a big
The Cleveland Clinic Fire
The Cleveland Clinic is consistently rated one of the top hospitals in the nation. However, just eight years after first opening their doors the clinic was faced with a disaster that would change firefighting forever.
The 9/11 Memorial Museum, A Pictorial Post
There are no words to describe the feeling when entering the 9/11 Memorial Museum. Witnessing people of all ages remember, honor and respect the grounds is humbling and inspiring at the same time.
These images were take on Tuesday, July 1st at the 9/11 Memorial Museum in New York City. It was a
The Origins of Fire Fighting
There is no question that Fire Fighters have a long and proud history across the world. For years brave men and women have faithfully served to protect the people. But how far back does the Fire Fighting tradition go? It might surprise you that the oldest team of Fire Fighters on record traces back
The Jacksonville Fire Museum
The Jacksonville Fire Museum in Jacksonville, Florida serves as a link for past and present fire history for Jacksonville. The museum also serves as the State of Florida Fire Museum.
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