Our September 2008 (Then Nelson County Life Magazine) revealing some the the very first color pictures taken by Photographer Brower York of the tragedy that struck Nelson County, killing dozens and destroying millions in property. Click on issue above to read the entire article and see the photos starting on page 12.
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Below, our 2011 story on the placing of a wreath on the marker at the Rockfish Trail Loop to remember those who lost their lives in August 1969
Above in this USDA film made decades ago, they track the progress of Camille from landfill in Mississippi to the Virginia Blue Ridge. Lots of video in this we’ve never seen before. The portions mentioning and showing Nelson and nearby areas starts around 12 to 13 minutes.
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Back in 2008 Peter and Betsy Agelasto of Elk Hill made sure there was a permanent marker put up  to remember the dozens of people that died here in Nelson. Hurricane Camille  was their fate. Camille was one of the 10 most devastating hurricanes in history. Each year The Agelasto’s have Amy Webb place commemorative wreath where the marker is at the start of the Rockfish Valley Trailhead. 
Nelson County’s Historical Society  has an entire room devoted to the history of Hurricane Camille and its effect on Nelson County at the Oakland Museum.You can see the old photographs above along with countless more from photographer Brower York’s collection.