1867

St. Paul’s Mansion House hotel burns to the ground after a fire starts in the kitchen and there is a delay in getting enough hose for a steam fire engine. “The circumstances . . . strongly point to incendiarism as the cause,” remarks the St. Paul Pioneer, noting that a fire set in the same place nearly destroyed the hotel in fall 1865.

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