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3 edition of Hurricane Katrina found in the catalog.

Hurricane Katrina

Frank Senauth

Hurricane Katrina

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Published by Outskirts Press in Denver, Colo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hurricane Katrina, 2005 -- Fiction,
  • African Americans -- Fiction,
  • New Orleans (La.) -- Fiction

  • Edition Notes

    StatementFrank Senauth.
    GenreFiction.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR9199.4.S46 H87 2007
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19888273M
    ISBN 109781432704414, 9781432715816
    LC Control Number2007923370

    He had loaned tens of millions of dollars out to homeowners and entrepreneurs in the East, and now their properties were probably lying Hurricane Katrina book four to six feet of water, unless it was under eight to ten feet. Until the computer tapes showed up in Philadelphia, no interbank networks such as STAR or Plus could monitor how much money a Liberty customer had in his or her account. Description A dynamic and all-encompassing account of one of the most destructive storms in US history. Eggers said he would not personally make money from the book's publication; any funds from the book would be distributed by the Zeitoun Foundation, a nonprofit set up by Eggers and the Zeitoun family. An inmate who was serving time with Zeitoun notified officials that he was asked to participate in this plot.

    Hurricane Katrina book Fiction W. Rhesa was an only child. Sitting in Atlanta, Alden McDonald remembers seeing those first images out of New Orleans—of people stranded on rooftops and on elevated highways and on small strips of high ground, of entire neighborhoods underwater. At first almost all the requests for help were from the Lower Ninth Ward, but soon dispatchers were hearing from other parts of the city. In the days after Hurricane Katrina, he said, the law-and-order situation was dire.

    No package arrived on Wednesday or Thursday, either. Identifying Types of Conflicts RL. However, tens of thousands of residents could not or would not leave. Since then, they have been largely discredited. But as of Sunday morning, the radio was reporting that Katrina was a Category 5 storm expected to hit the New Orleans region within the next twelve to twenty-four hours.


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Hurricane Katrina by Frank Senauth Download PDF Ebook

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She had wanted to leave town rather than ride out the storm at the Hyatt, but her husband and their twenty-four-year-old son, Todd, who worked for the bank as a loan officer, outvoted her.

By the time the lake and the city reached equilibrium, 80 percent of the city was covered in water. At first things are not too bad.

Short read that is packed with facts and insight into dealing with a major storm like Katrina. Hurricane Katrina, tropical cyclone that struck the southeastern United States in late August She phoned her husband.

Besides, the car radio continued to impress on him the might of Katrina. He had had his picture taken with every president stretching back to Ronald Reagan and had met a pope.

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This Scholastic Discover More special takes you straight into the eye of Hurricane Katrina. How did Katrina form, and how was it tracked? What was the time line of events? Why was it so devastating? How did people survive? When were essential services restored?

Jan 19,  · Katrina Levee Failures Subject of New Book The founder of an organization dedicated to educating the public about levee failures in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina has written a book.

What Was Hurricane Katrina?

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