The Complete Story of the Galveston Horror
by John Coulter
Publisher: United Publishers of America 1900
Number of pages: 386
In presenting to the people of this country and the world a chronicle of the frightful visitation of hurricane and flood upon the beautiful and enterprising City of Galveston, which unparalleled calamity occurred on September 8, 1900, the Publishers wish to say that the utmost care has been taken to make the record of the catastrophe complete in every particular.
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