1867 Hurricane “Swept Clean” The Virgin Islands And St. Thomas

“At Kingston only four or five houses are left; at West End only four or five out of 80 houses. Every church and chapel in the island has been unroofed ….. the islands have been swept clean”

23 Nov 1867, Page 10 – The Times at Newspapers.com

The following year brought an unprecedented flood to Ellicott City, Maryland – where I used to frequent the Assembly of God Church.

Historic Ellicott City, MD – Floods – Saturday, August 8, 1868

And the Guardian announced that all science was settled.

13 Aug 1868, 3 – The Guardian at Newspapers.com

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