Devastating Fires in Jeffersonville's History

Continuing our coverage of the 150th Anniversary of the Jeffersonville Fire Department, this video show cases four of the most devastating fires in the history of Jeffersonville. The Howard Steamboat Museum caught fire in 1971, but the building was ultimately salvaged and still flourishes to this day. Other major fires include: Wall Street United Methodist Church, The Quadrangle, and Horner Novelty. Watch as retired fire fighters and Jeffersonville natives, speak on these massive fires that left their mark on the city.

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We are Erin and Jordan, or E & J, a married couple from Indiana traveling the world in hopes of expanding our horizons. (World travel was pre-Covid. We will be stateside for the foreseeable future.) We take our audience along as we travel to places we've never been before. By showing you the foods we eat, and the places and things we see, we hope you feel immersed in that country or state. In addition to travel, we bring you videos that showcase the community where we grew up, Jeffersonville, IN.

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