DEATH-DEALING STORMS IN OTHER COUNTRIES IN 19TH CENTURY:
1864—Calcutta, India; 45,000 lives and 100 ships lost.
1881—Haifong, China; 300,000 lives lost.
1881—England; great destruction of life and property and many lives lost.
1882—Manila, Philippine Islands; 60,000 families rendered homeless and 100 lives lost.
1886—Madrid, Spain; 32 killed, 620 injured.
1887—Australian coast; 550 pearl fishers perished.
1888—Cuba; 1,000 lives lost.
1889—Apia, Samoan Islands; German and American warships wrecked and many lives lost.
1891—Martinique; 340 lives lost and $10,000,000 worth of property destroyed.
1892—Ravigo, Northern Italy; several hundred lives lost.
1892—Tonnatay, Madagascar; several hundred lives lost.
1893—Great storm on the northwest coast of Europe; 237 lives lost off English coast and 165 fishermen off Jutland.
HISTORIC DEVASTATING STORMS IN THE SOUTHERN STATES:
1840—Adams County, Mississippi; 317 killed, 100 injured; loss $1,260,000.
1842—Adams County, Mississippi; 500 killed; great property loss.
1880—Barry, Stone, Webster and Christian Counties, Missouri; 100 killed, 600 injured; 200 buildings destroyed; loss $1,000,000.
1880—Noxubee County, Mississippi; 22 killed, 72 injured; 55 buildings destroyed; loss $100,000.
1880—Fannin County, Texas; 40 killed, 83 injured; 49 buildings destroyed.
1882—Henry and Saline Counties, Missouri; 8 killed, 53 injured; 247 buildings destroyed; loss $300,000.
1883—Kemper, Copiah, Simpson, Newton and Lauderdale Counties, Mississippi; 51 killed, 200 injured; 100 buildings destroyed; loss $300,000.
1883—Izard, Sharp and Clay Counties, Arkansas; 5 killed, 162 injured; 60 buildings destroyed; loss $300,000.
1884—North and South Carolina, Mississippi, Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia, Kentucky and Illinois; 800 killed, 2,500 injured; 10,000 buildings destroyed.
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