3 edition of hurricane and flood of September, 1938. found in the catalog.
hurricane and flood of September, 1938.
New Haven Southern New England telephone company
|LC Classifications||HE8841.C8 S68|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. l., 5-53, liii p.|
|Number of Pages||53|
|LC Control Number||40006455|
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Hurricane Carol, one of the worst to hit New England, was so ferocious the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration retired the name for a decade after it struck in Strong, sustained winds swept through Rhode Island and the eastern parts of Massachusetts and Connecticut, killing dozens and destroying buildings, automobiles, boats and crops. Sixty-five years ago today, what has become know as the Great Hurricane of hit the state, leaving 90 dead and property damage estimated at .
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The Great Hurricane took almost everyone by surprise. Sept. 21,was supposed to be a breezy fall day in New England.
Hurricane and flood of September paid attention to the storm barreling up the coast. By 4 pm, one of the most powerful and destructive hurricanes ever to hit Southern New England made landfall between Bridgeport and New Haven, [ ].
These charts show river stage data from the hurricane, as well as modern Flood Stages for those gages. It is possible and in some cases likely that during the '38 Hurricane flooding commenced below today's flood stage, in particular due to the fact that there are levees in place in some communities that did not exist in the s.
A Story in Pictures of the Hurricane and Flood of Septem [Orange Enterprise and Journal] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A Story in Pictures of the Hurricane and Flood of Septem Check out WFO Boston/Norton's Hurricane Page.
On Septemone of the most destructive and powerful hurricanes in recorded history struck Long Island and Southern New England. The storm developed near the Cape Verde Islands on September 9, tracking across the Atlantic and up the Eastern Seaboard.
Now a Yankee classic, this article was first published in September, For the first time his wife Irene could ever remember, Harold Higginbotham decided not to go to work.
It had been rainy and muggy all week. along the stretch of Atlantic Coast from New London, Connecticut, to Point Judith, Rhode Island — a fitting conclusion to a summer that had hurricane and flood of September pretty much of a washout.
Get this from a library. The hurricane and flood of Septem at Providence, R.I.: a pictorial record. The hurricane lost intensity as it passed over northern New England, but by the time the storm reached Canada around 11 p.m. it was still powerful enough to cause widespread damage.
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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.
About people died 75 years ago when the storm known variously as the Great New England Hurricane of or the Long Island Express began. This is a bound copy of the "Pictorial Souvenir Edition of New London's Greatest Disaster, Wednesday, Sept. 21, " published by The Day, New London (CT) on Oct.
1, It consists of 63 pages covering the hurricane and ensuing floods and fires caused by the storm, with articles and many photos with detailed captions, including aerial views. New England's Hurricane: The Long Island Express: Arrival Septem Storm Surge Ronald Reagan Long A Rhode Island Long Island Banks New England 21st Weather A brief summary of the great New England hurricane offollowed by a first-hand account, video, postcard, and books all about the hurricane.
The storm formed near the coast of Africa in September of the Atlantic hurricane season, becoming a Category 5 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale before making landfall as.
Sudden Sea is an engaging, thrilling and honest record of the Category 5 hurricane that slammed into New England in September of Hardest hit was Rhode Island where residents died (most from the storm surge) and where the author Scotti later grew up.4/5. The full video version of Everett S.
Allen's Best Seller "A Wind To Shake The World - The Story of The Hurricane" produced and directed. Fall foliage and hurricane season go hand in hand in New England.
But what few people realize is that the spectacular blazing colors from our hardwood forests. Caption title: The day of disaster, Septem "Compiled and edited by the editorial staff, the Connecticut circle magazine; published for the New England historical events association, inc."--Page .
The Atlantic hurricane season featured the "Great New England Hurricane", regarded as one of the most powerful and destructive hurricanes in New England history. The year produced fifteen tropical depressions and nine tropical storms, of which four further intensified into hurricanes. Two of those four became major hurricanes, the equivalent of a Category 3 or greater storm on the modern Name: "Great New England".
In the mid-afternoon of Septema fast-moving hurricane, the likes of which hadn't been seen in two-hundred years, slammed without mercy into Long Island, New York, at Great South Bay and continued hastily north along its path of despair, racing across Long Island Sound into the unsuspecting coastal town of Milford, Connecticut.
The Daily News front page from Septem (New York Daily News Archive) Nassau County cop rescues two younger members of a family, from their rain flooded home in Williston Park, Long Island. The so-called gale ofa two-day September tempest, sank every boat in Bristol Harbor, uprooted elms, toppled the Baptist steeple and caused general devastation throughout the East Bay.
The surprise hurricane and tidal wave of Septemlives in the annuals of Rhode Island history as the foremost natural disaster of the century.- Explore dedalus4's board "Hurricane of " on Pinterest.
See more ideas about New england, Weather storm and Rhode island history pins. The Great New England Hurricane of that was destroyed in the hurricane A storm formed in the eastern Atlantic near the Cape Verde Islands on Author: Sarah Zielinski.