Camp Fire Oral History Collection: Remembering the Ridge is now Accessible (California State University Chico)

California State University Chico: Camp Fire Oral History Collection: Remembering the Ridge is now Accessible. “The Camp Fire, named for its point of origin, spread at an unbelievable rate consuming 18,000 acres within eight hours, devastating the town of Paradise and the communities of Concow and Magalia. The fire burned for seventeen days, causing 85 deaths, covering an area of 153,336 acres, and destroying over 19,000 structures. It is the deadliest wildfire in California history and was the deadliest fire of the past 100 years in the United States. This collection is made up of interviews with Camp Fire evacuees and first responders, who have graciously shared their stories.”

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