The Mississippi Coast in the aftermath of Hurricane Camille in August 1969.

A view of the tug East Point as seen through the shattered window of a beachfront home in Gulfport, Miss., symbolizes the havoc caused by Hurricane Camille.

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Jessica Hathaway is the former editor in chief of National Fisherman.

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