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On this day in heating history...
On this day in heating history: On March 12, 1888, a record-shattering blizzard descended on New York City. As most people ran out of coal, customers of the New York Steam Company, the brand-new district-heating company, were the only ones to stay warm. District steam heating changed the face of American architecture because, with steam under the city streets, there was no longer a need for chimneys.
Want more? Here's a year's worth of heating history: https://heatinghelp.com/blog/a-years-worth-of-heating-history/