An unidentified man stands amid wreckage from the August 1893 Sea Islands Hurricane that left 30,000 men, women and children homeless on the barrier islands of South Carolina and Georgia. Clara Barton set up headquarters in
an old warehouse in Beaufort and remained to oversee the aid effort for nine months.
An unidentified man stands amid wreckage from the August 1893 Sea Islands Hurricane that left 30,000 men, women and children homeless on the barrier islands of South Carolina and Georgia. Clara Barton set up headquarters in an old warehouse in Beaufort and remained to oversee the aid effort for nine months.
An unidentified man stands amid wreckage from the August 1893 Sea Islands Hurricane that left 30,000 men, women and children homeless on the barrier islands of South Carolina and Georgia. Clara Barton set up headquarters in an old warehouse in Beaufort and remained to oversee the aid effort for nine months.

Archive: 1893 storm killed hundreds in S.C.

September 14, 1999 12:01 AM