Looking Back: June 27, 2012
125 YEARS AGO
July 2, 1887
The total loss by the conflagration that consumed the village of Marshfield, Wis. Monday evening is now computed upward of $3 million. The town was literally wiped out; 2,000 people are homeless.
Convicts at New Caledonia in the South Pacific Ocean are being liberated with the understanding they must not settle in any English or French colony. As a consequence, they are sailing for San Francisco.
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