It is known as Isaac's Storm and was the subject of a book by Erik Larson by the same name. It is based on the diaries of Isaac Cline, a memeber of the weather service, and other contemporary accounts of the hurricane. Here are two links: The book http://www.randomhouse.com/features/isaacsstorm/ The Hurricane http://www.wintertexans.com/galvestonhurricane.htm
The Galveston hurricane (not Hurricane Galveston) had peak winds of 150 mph.
"Hurricane Galveston" was not the name of a hurricane. There was the Galveston hurricane of 1900, which occurred before there was a naming system for hurricanes. As a result the hurricane was named for where it hit: Galveston, Texas.
Hurricane in Galveston was created in 1913.
There was no Hurricane Galveston. However, there was the Galveston Hurricane of 1900, called such because it hit Galveston, Texas in the time before hurricanes were named. That hurricane killed at least 8,000 people. Possibly as many a 12,000.
No The Galveston hurricane hit Texas in 1900.
Hurricane in Galveston - 1913 was released on: USA: 1913
The Galveston hurricane was in the year 1900. Naming of hurricanes did not start until 1950.
Galveston is a city in Texas
Hurricane Galveston of 1900
Yes Galveston was warned but ignoredThe meteoroligist was warned that the hurricane was coming, but ignored it
It is simply known as the Galveston hurricane as hurricanes weren't named back then.
No. The Galveston hurricane killed several times more people then Hurricane Katrina.
The Galveston hurricane of 1900 made landfall in Galveston with peak sustained wind speeds of 145 mph and higher gusts.
The Galveston hurricane was far deadlier, with a death toll of 6,000 to 12,000 compared to Katrina's 1,800.
It is simply called the Galveston hurricane of 1900 as hurricanes were not named until 1950.
The Galveston hurricane of 1900 made landfall on Saturday, September 8, 1900.
No. The Galveston hurricane was far deadlier.It killed at least 6,000 people and possibly as many as 12,000. Hurricane Katrina killed about 1,800 people.
No. Hurricane Katrina killed about 1,800 people. The Galveston hurricane killed at least 6,000 people and possibly as many as 12,000.
Hit at 11:47 pm
Look on wikipedia, it's all there
The deadliest hurricane in U.S. history was the Great Galveston Hurricane of 1900. This hurricane completely destroyed the city of Galveston, Texas. Estimates of the death toll range from 6,000 to 12,000.