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An Everglades Providence: Marjory Stoneman Douglas. Hurricanes Chapter 21. Hurricane of 1926. Miami Beach. 1926 Hurricane. Marjory Stoneman Douglas and Fred W. Gray. The 1926 Hurricane. Left 150 dead and 25,000 homeless. Hurricanes.

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1926 hurricane
1926 Hurricane

Marjory Stoneman Douglas and Fred W. Gray

the 1926 hurricane
The 1926 Hurricane

Left 150 dead and 25,000 homeless

hurricanes
Hurricanes
  • Marjory Stoneman Douglas wrote Hurricane, a 400-page book
  • Between 1900 and 1998 (the year of Douglas’s death), 57 hurricanes stormed the state of Florida
  • Florida lay in the path of 40% of all hurricanes
hurricane of 1928
Hurricane of 1928

Devastated Lake Okeechobee and The Everglades

the hurricane of 1928
The Hurricane of 1928

“Dis town is full uh trouble and compellment”

Tea Cake in Hurston’s “Their Eyes Were Watching God”

marjory stoneman douglas
Marjory Stoneman Douglas

“It is time to realize what part these astonishing storms have played in all our history…”