Sculptures after 1900 Hurricane

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Sculptures after 1900 Hurricane

Uploaded: August 20, 2017 | Entered: August 20, 2017 19:18:11

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On September 8, 1900, a killer category 4 hurricane struck the Texas coastal city of Galveston. This hurricane would become the greatest natural disaster. Many homes were destroyed and massave trees were washed away. Dozens of large tree stumps were carved into sculptures and remain in many front yards as reminders of the day.


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