Storm debris washed up on (21 Oct 1909)

Storm debris washed up on beaches will be auctioned by the U.S. government. (21 Oct 1909)

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The Cameron is pulled off (18 Oct 1909)

The Cameron is pulled off the reef. Half the cargo is jettisoned and is a total loss. At the wreckers conference, salvage is set at $10,000 to be divided by 100 men. The Cameron resumes her voyage. (18 Oct 1909)

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The steel tripod marking the (16 Oct 1909)

The steel tripod marking the Haraldine [Haroldine] wreck is blown away by the storm. (16 Oct 1909)

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The steamer Cameron is hard (15 Oct 1909)

The steamer Cameron is hard aground on the reef opposite Norris Cut, the same reef where the LaSalle impaled. She carries a cargo of coal and general merchandise. Launch Adeline comes in to get a schooner for lightering. [“Rackonereef” – Slogan of natives.] (15 Oct 1909)

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The tugs Sybil and Sadie (13 Oct 1909)

The tugs Sybil and Sadie are lost at Bahia Honda. Many FEC launches and dredges are sunk. The steamer Antilles is aground near Key West. (13 Oct 1909)

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A hurricane ( 2842 barometric (12 Oct 1909)

A hurricane ( 28.42 barometric pressure ) hits Miami, no marine damages. Key West damage high. (12 Oct 1909)

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