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Pictures of the strongest and most famous hurricanes in modern history. Follow the link and scroll down to your hurricane for additional facts and information.
Hurricane-Facts.com: Hurricane Katrina
A list of Hurricane Katrina Facts that are not mentioned often.
Scholastic News: Road to Recovery
he article reports on the impact of Hurricane Katrina on the lives of the residents in Florida and the Gulf Coast in Louisiana. Many people died after the city was flooded when levees broke. Many were forced to flee the area to live with relatives or friends. The population of New Orleans is less than half what it was before Katrina struck. Much work still must be done to rebuild Gulf Coast cities. But there are signs of hope. Schools are reopening and communities are pulling together.
Time for Kids: A Monster Storm
Reports on the impact of Hurricane Katrina that slammed into the southern United States in August 2005.