After the storm, the black survivors were treated horribly by whites. They were forced to recover all the bodies of those who were killed.

Food was only provided to the blacks who worked, and if a black person was not helping to remove the bodies they were shot. Only the bodies of white storm victims were allowed to be buried in coffins in local cemeteries. Blacks were refused proper burials or coffins for black victims.

The bodies of Black victims were stacked in piles by the side of roads and doused with fuel, and burned. The authorities then bulldozed the bodies of 674 black victims into a mass grave in West Palm Beach. The mass grave was never marked and the site was later sold for private industrial use; it was later used as a garbage dump, slaughterhouse, and a sewage treatment plant.

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