Bixel, Patricia Bellis, and Elizabeth Hayes Turner. (2000).
Galveston and the 1900
Storm: Catastrophe and Catalyst. Austin: University
of Texas Press. Primarily photographs.
Cline, Isaac Monroe. (1951). Storms, Floods and Sunshine.
(3rd ed.) New Orleans:
Pelican Publishing Company.
Fitzpatrick, Patrick J. (1999). Biographical Sketch of
Isaac Monroe Cline (1861-1955).
In Natural Disasters: Hurricanes— A Reference
Handbook. (pp. 101-103). Santa Barbara, California:
Green, Nathan C. (Ed.) (2000). Story of the 1900
Galveston Hurricane. (1st Pelican
ed). Gretna, La.: Pelican Publishing Company. Includes
Larson, Erik. (1999). Isaac’s Storm: A Man,
a Time, and the Deadliest Hurricane in
History. New York: Crown Publishers.
McComb, David G. (2000). Galveston: a History and
a Guide. (pp.19-32). Austin:
Texas State Historical Association.
Weems, John Edward. (1957). A Weekend in September.
New York: Henry Holt and
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(Retrieval notations indicate the date on which the articles
were found via the library's subscription databases)
Cartwright, Gary. (June 1995). "The Beach Is Back
. . . for Now. But Will a Hurricane
Carry Galveston’s Handsome New Strip of sand back
to Sea?" Texas Monthly.
23.6: pp.105-108. Retrieved on November 21, 2005 from
the InfoTrac OneFile database.
"Cities Rising." (December 2005). The Atlantic.
296.5: p. 46. Retrieved on November
21, 2005 from the EbscoHost MasterFILE Premier database.
Harden, Blaine. (2005, September 26). "Expecting
the Worst, Residents Collectively
Sigh in Relief; City Laid to Waste by the 1900 Hurricane
Quickly Resumes Business as Usual." The Washington
Post. p. A14. Retrieved on November 21, 2005 from
the NewsBank InfoWeb database.
Kolker, Claudia. (2000, September 9). "Galveston’s
Great Storm: Glitz to Horror in
Hours." Los Angeles Times. p. A-1. Retrieved
on November 21, 2005 from the
NewsBank InfoWeb database.
LaGanga, Maria L. (2005, September 22). "Gulf Coast
Besieged; Galveston Sees Its Past
Bearing Down; Pragmatism and Fear Prevail in the Island
City that Endured a
Record Hurricane in 1900." Los Angeles Times.
p. A-1. Retrieved on November 21, 2005 from the NewsBank
(as of 15 December 2005):
Special: A Centennial Remembrance/The Galveston Hurricane/September
8, 1900. 2003. Cable News Network.
Galveston Storm of 1900. 2004. National Oceanic &
Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
The 1900 Storm: Galveston Island, Texas. 2005. Galveston
Isaac’s Storm. 1999. Random House, Inc.
Weather Events: The 1900 Galveston Hurricane. Ed. Keith
C. Heidorn, PhD, ACM. 2000.