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Fire and Fire Control in Colonial Wilmington

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Throughout the colonial era, Wilmington town commissioners grappled with the constant threat of fire. Despite the absence of serious fires, a number of precautionary measures were taken to protect the town. Before the Revolution, Wilmington had the most advanced means of fire control of any town in North Carolina.