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A Brief History of California’s Wildfires

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Carolyn Drake Yosemite National Park two months after the Ferguson fire became fully contained. California. USA. 2018. © Carolyn Drake | Magnum Photos
Carolyn Drake | NN11563163 Scenes around Redding one month after the Carr fire was fully contained. California. USA. 2018. © Carolyn Drake | Magnum Photos
Carolyn Drake Wawona campground in Yosemite National Park two months after the Ferguson fire became fully contained. California. USA. 2018. © Carolyn Drake | Magnum Photos
Mark Power Aftermath of the Tubbs fire, the most destructive wildfire in Californian history (in October 2017). Journey's End trailer park. Coffey Park. Santa Rosa. California. USA. 23rd January 2018. © Mark Power | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller Scene after the devastating Bel Air-Brentwood fire that destroyed 484 homes. It was the worst brush fire in Los Angeles' history. Los Angeles. USA. 1961. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Jim Goldberg Aftermath of the wildfires in the Coffey Park Neighborhood. Santa Rosa, CA. USA. October 11, 2017. © Jim Goldberg | Magnum Photos
Jim Goldberg Aftermath of the wildfires in the Coffey Park Neighborhood. Santa Rosa, CA. USA. October 11, 2017. © Jim Goldberg | Magnum Photos
Alessandra Sanguinetti Aftermath of the wildfires in the Coffey Park Neighborhood. Santa Rosa, CA. USA. October 11, 2017. © Alessandra Sanguinetti | Magnum Photos
Alessandra Sanguinetti Aftermath of the wildfires in the Coffey Park Neighborhood. Santa Rosa, CA. USA. October 11, 2017. © Alessandra Sanguinetti | Magnum Photos
Alessandra Sanguinetti Aftermath of the wildfires in the Coffey Park Neighborhood. Santa Rosa, CA. USA. October 11, 2017. © Alessandra Sanguinetti | Magnum Photos