Remembering the 1926 Miami Hurricane which ushered in the Great Depression

In 1926, Southern Florida was impacted by a strong Category 4 storm whose impact went far beyond just the region. When adjusted for inflation its the costliest Hurricane in US history and had a direct impact on the end of the Florida Land Boom and the beginning of the Great Depression. This week on the Florida History podcast, we remember the storm 95 years later.

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