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    Fire prevention in the United States was born in 1630 in Boston. The Boston selectmen ordered, “noe man shall build his chimney with wood, nor cover his house with thatch.” In 1648, Governor Peter Stuyvesant of New Amsterdam (New York City) was the first in the New World to appoint fire inspectors with the authority to impose fines for fire code violations. When a fire was spotted, the cry “throw out your buckets” would be sounded, and a bucket brigade would be formed. Many homes burnt to the ground.London suffered a catastrophic fire in the year 1666. The only equipment available to fight the London fire consisted of two-quart hand syringes and a similar, slightly larger syringe; it burned for four days. The London fire stimulated the development of a two-person operated piston pump on wheels. About 1672 leather hose and couplings for joining lengths together were produced; though leather hose had to be sewn like a fine boot, fabric and rubber-treated hose did not come into general use until 1870. In 1679, Boston imported the first fire engine to reach America from London

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    In 1736 young Benjamin Franklin, already one of the most influential men in Pennsylvania, began urging readers of his “Pennsylvanian Gazette” to establish fire-fighting companies. Soon, six volunteer corps were established in Philadelphia. In 1752, insurance companies in the colonies began issuing plaques, or “fire marks,” to be prominently displayed on building fronts as an incentive for volunteer fire fighters to save their insured buildings. These fire marks are extremely rare these days as most of them were made of lead and were melted to make ammunition for the Revolutionary War. With bonuses offered as incentives, rivalries ensued between groups. Marked homes and businesses were brawled over, while residences on the same street, with no fire mark, often burned to the ground.

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