3 edition of The Great Hurricane found in the catalog.
The Great Hurricane
September 2005 by Blackstone Audiobooks .
Written in English
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This book has given me a much better sense of place which I really appreciate. I have several hurricane books which I recommend: Isaac's Storm ( Galveston, TX), The Great Hurricane of (New England), Holding Back the Sea: The Struggle on the Gulf Coast to Save America (LA, AL, MS, FL)/5(5).
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The Great Hurricane: by Cherie Burns is good primarily because it deals with the human interest impact of such a huge storm. It came ashore at Long Island on September 21 with winds of and gusts up to Over the next 24 hours, it moved through New England causing incredible damage throughout those states to crops, trees, and livestock/5.
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This book deals with Rhode Island. The damage is amazing. My dad was 16 when this hurricane hit Pomfret, The Great Hurricane book. He talks about the wind blowing him and his bicycle up /5(4). Even for a great work of history, its unusual to find a book so rich with vivid and human details that you feel eerily present, in this case, town after town, home after home, ahead of, during, and after the Great Hurricane of Half the book is a warm up to the storm and it builds like a tension thriller, with so much retrospective anticipation that you worry about every 4/5.
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With riveting detail, Burns weaves together the countless personal stories of loved ones lost and lives changed forever — from those of the Moore family, washed to sea on a raft formerly 4/4(6). The storm, given no name but the Labor Day Hurricane ofbegan slipping into the mists of history.
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In fact, I found this book by accident when looking for a book on the blizzard. Many people who write nonfiction stories such as this rely on their experience as a journalist (i.e.; Sebastian Junger who wrote The Perfect Storm). Instead, Scotti, a fiction author of thrillers, sets the book up like a novel.5/5(5).
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The most powerful hurricane in United States history assaulted the Florida Keys inone of the darkest years of the Great Depression.
With winds. As author Cherie Burns notes more than once in her wonderful new book, "The Great Hurricane: ", it's hard to believe that with all the advances in meteorology over the past half-century that there could still today have been a time in people's memories where they were taken by surprise by such a large and deadly hurricane/5(5).
In an age before warning systems and the ubiquity of television, this unprecedented storm caught the Northeast off guard, obliterated coastal communities, and killed seven hundred people.
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Fragile telephone systems became the first line of infrastructure blasted away. So as the eye of what would later be known simply as the Great Hurricane of (naming conventions were yet to come) advanced on the coastlines of Connecticut and Rhode Island, no one there even knew that it had devastated most of eastern Long Island two hours : Cherie Burns.
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His recent book Cronkite won the Sperber Prize, while The Great Deluge: Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, and the Mississippi Gulf Coast received the Robert F.
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The Great White Hurricane". Another reason I enjoyed reading it. The character development was such that another book could have been written on the character relationships alone. : Sudden Sea: The Great Hurricane of () by Scotti, R.A.
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