America S Great Storm

Author: Haley Barbour
Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi
ISBN: 1496805070
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For the book, the authors interviewed more than forty-five key people involved in helping Mississippi recover, including local, state, and federal officials as well as private citizens who played pivotal roles in the weeks and months ...

The Great Hurricane Of 1780

Author: Wayne Neely
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 147594926X
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Often regarded as a cataclysmic hurricane, the storm's worst effects were experienced on October 10, 1780. In "The Great Hurricane of 1780," author Wayne Neely chronicles the chaos and destruction it brought to the Caribbean.

The Recent Great Religious Awakening In America And The Lessons Which It Suggests

Author: John Gordon LORIMER (D.D.)
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The Weather as indicated by the Moon. Changes of the Moon. Signs from the
Sun. Signs from the Stars. The Aurora Borealis. Clouds. Mists and Fogs. The
London Fog. Signs of Rain. St. Swithin's Day. The Rainbow. The Wind. The Helm
Wind. Storms. St. Elmo's Fire. Signs preceding great Storms. Sounds from the
Sea. Thunder and Lightning. Precautions during a Thunder Storm. Hail. Local
Influences. Signs of Weather Indicated by Bodily Feeling. Signs Exhibited by

Storm Kings

Author: Lee Sandlin
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 030790816X
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In Storm Kings, Lee Sandlin retraces America's fascination and unique relationship to tornadoes and the weather.

Am Ricas

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ILL WINDS (Continued from page 9) have shown great generosity in their
response. To cope with hurricanes, there must be an organized system for
moving people in threatened areas to a place of safety. Relief organizations must
he mobilized ahead of the storm so that there will be food and shelter for those
left homeless. The injured must be given medical attention. Victims impoverished
by the storm must receive public aid to make a new start. Finally, people must
know more about ...

White Hurricane

Author: David Geren Brown
ISBN: 9780760790670
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Writer and mariner David G. Brown combines narrative intensity with factual depth to re-create the events of the "perfect storm" that struck America's heartland."--Publisher's description.

Liberty And Freedom

Author: David Hackett Fischer
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199883076
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She went to Europe as its first female foreign correspondent, joined Mazzini's
radical movement, took part in the Revolution of 1848, became the lover of a
radical aristocrat, the Marchese Giovanni d'Ossoli, bore him a child in 1848, may
have married him in 1849, and embarked with her family for America in 1850. As
they approached New York, a great storm wrecked their ship, and Margaret Fuller
drowned with her husband and child in the surf on Fire Island. In the few years
that were ...

Petrels Albatrosses And Storm Petrels Of North America

Author: Steve N. G. Howell
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 1400839629
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Gray-brown above and white below, with a big yellowish bill; underside of outer
primaries dark or with variable whitish tongues. Flight unhurried with languid
wingbeats and easy glides. Does not scavenge at boats. P9.1. Rafts of Cory's
Shearwaters show varying degrees of bright white but generally lack the strongly
contrasting effect of Great Shearwaters (cf. P8.12); given this flock size, some
Scopoli's Shearwaters are likely mixed in. Can you spot the two Great
Shearwaters in this ...

Galveston S Tree Carvings

Author: Joseph R. Pellerin
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1467133051
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Through the greatest natural disaster in America's history and numerous
hurricanes and tropical storms, the citizens of Galveston have always stayed and
rebuilt. Indianola, Texas, was a prosperous port city of more than 5,000 residents
when a major hurricane in 1875 devastated the community. The citizens rebuilt
the town on a smaller scale; however, it was promptly obliterated by a second
major hurricane on August 20, 1886. After the second storm, the city was