The Great New England Hurricane on September 21, 1938, was one of the most destructive storms in American history, causing more than six hundred deaths and $400 million in property damages. What made this storm unique? In this illustrated lecture by Sara Jaworski (Public Programs & Community Engagement Assistant, Historic New England), learn about the impact and aftermath of the Hurricane of 1938 in southern New England.
Sponsored by van Beuren Charitable Foundation
Free but advance registration is required: newportmansions.org/learn/adult-lectures-workshops or call 401-847-1851