15 ships on Dog Island in 1899 during a hurricane of category 2, which became known as Carrabelle Hurricane.
The 1899 storm left only nine houses in Carrabelle.
Storm surge from Michael dug up the 119-year-old shipwreck.
Hurricane Michael's storm surge has dug up 19th-century ships that washed on Florida's dog island during a hurricane of 1899.
Fifteen ships were washed ashore during the Category 2 hurricane known as Carrabelle Hurricane reports the Tallahassee Democrat
The 1899 storm crossed the Florida Keys in the Gulf of Mexico, where it was strengthened into a Category 2 storm. Only nine houses remained in Carrabelle, a seaside resort located 20 miles west of Apalachicola and currently has more than 2,700 inhabitants.