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Homes in the 1900s were heated with fires in stoves and fireplaces. Later in the 1900s central heat and air came into the picture to make homes more comfortable.
The problems that city residents faced in the late 1800s and early1900s were illness,garbage piling up, dangers of fires, partial (volunteer) fire department times, crime, and overcrowded tenements.
By rubbing 2 pieces of wood together which then made a fire.
Tools helped early humans to hunt and forage for food. Early tools also helped humans to build fires, travel, and set up shelters.
They light fires outside their caves and killed the animals that tried to attack them.
Most coal miners in the 1800s in the USA died from, in order of most common to less common:roof collapses, slate fallsmethane gas - inhaledexplosion from TNT explosivesexplosion from methane gas ignitingspontaneous coal fires and smoke inhalationbreaking through to adjacent chamber filled with water, e.g. drowninglate 1800s-early 1900s -- electrical fires, machinery malfunctions
When you put 'only' after 'Do' it really confused me... but no. Only firefighters from that city puts out that fire that's in that city. such as Chicago IL for example, only the firefighter station from Chicago puts out Chicago and their fire. If that's what you meant. Hope this helped!
wild fires, forest fires, ouse fires, cooking fires, etc.I'm pretty sure there are more.
The early people hunted and used an animal`s skin to make coats and/or blankets. They also made fires with wood.
There are four classes of fire: A) fires caused by combustible materials, B) fires caused by flammable liquids, C) fires caused by electrical sources, and D) fires caused by ignitable metals. Several different types of fires are structural fires, vehicle fires, industrial fires, and open burning. Electrical and grease fires are another type of fire.
fires is a plural of fire fire...огън
The most severe of several early fires of London burns most of the city to the ground, Over 3,000 people die.
fires and wild fires
There are lots of ways fires can happen. To prevent fires, don't play with matches.
No, muck fires can start anywhere there is muck. That's why they're called MUCK fires, not Florida fires.
red = water and is used for wood paper textiles and solid material fires. DO not use on liquid elictrical or metal fires. blue = powder and is used for liquid and electrical fires. DO not use on metal fires. yellow = foam and is used for liquid fires. DO not use on electrical or metal fires black = carbon dioxide (CO) and is used for liquid and electrical fires DO not use on metal fires. halon can be used on all fires as well as dry chemical
Barbarians used signal fires to warn ships of the coastlines thousands of years ago - an early form of lighthouse.
Bad.They were unsafe and many fires were started and many people were killed/injured. Many children worked in them
They probably warmed themselves up with animal skins and also maybe keeping warm with fires
range fires vs. underground seam fires.
they putout fires in either buildings, houses or forest fires. they protect people from the fires
Yes!!!!!!!!!(how could they) people were lighting fires deliberately but most fires were caused by lightning and other fires. Some fires were suspected to be caused by cigarette butts & power tools
from fires in the forests! lol