1886 Charleston Earthquake - Fig. 82A,B
1886 Charleston, SC Earthquake Photo
1886 Charleston, SC Earthquake Photo
Long Geyser (upper photo) and Round Geyser (lower photo), Ten Mile Hill.
These two pictures are from "George L. Cook's Earthquake Views, nos. 53 and 54."
Manigault writes , "Two mud spouts or craterlets at Ten Mile Hill on Southern Carolina Railway near Charleston. The surface around is covered by the overflow to the depth fo a foot to eighteen inches. Depth of water in craterlet a few inches." (South Caroliniana Library Archives)

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