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Great Galveston Hurricane of 1900

A Bibliography


Babb, Stanley E. Fifty years ago Galveston suffered hardest blow. Galveston, 1950

Cline, Isaac Monroe. Storms, Floods and Sunshine, New Orleans: Pelican, 1945

Cline, Isaac Monroe. Storms, Floods and Sunshine: An Autobiography. Gretna: Pelican Pub. Co, 2000: HB, 2nd printing, 352pp.

Cline, Joseph L. When the Heavens Frowned. Dallas: Mathis, 1946

Coulter, John ed. The complete story of the Galveston Horror. N.P., United Publishers of America, 1900: a contemporary account ofthe deadliest storm in history.

Crosthwait, William L, MD and Rischer, Ernest G, The Last Stitch, Memoirs of a Texas Doctor, Philadelphia, J. B.Lippincott, 1956: HB.

Dexter, W. W. Galveston: the day before and the day after the storm. Houston: Berleth, 1901

Doyle, D. S. The Great Galveston Storm, September 8, 1900. Houston: Southwest Publishing, 1900

Green, Nathan C. ed. Story of the Galveston flood. Baltimore: Woodward, 1900

Green, Nathan C., (ed): Story of the 1900 Galveston Hurricane, Gretna: Pelican Publ Co., 2000: HB, 366pp.

Halstead, Murat. Galveston: the Horrors of a Stricken City. Chicago: American Publishers Association, 1900: HB, 368pp.

Jones, Martha Tannery, Terror from the Gulf: A Hurricane in Galveston, Dallas, Hendrick Long Publ. Co., 1999: HB

Larson, Erik, Isaac's Storm, New York, Crown Publishers, 1999. HB, 323pp. Also available as audio cassette and in Large Print.

Lester, Paul. The Great Galveston Disaster: containing a full and thrilling account of the most appalling calamity of modern times including vivid descriptions of the hurricane. Chicago: Kuhlman, 1900

Lester, Paul. The True Story of the Galveston Flood as told by the survivors: containing a full and thrilling account of the most appalling calamity of modern times including vivid descriptions of the hurricane. Philadelphia: American Book & Bible House, 1900: HB, 516pp.

Marshall, Logan. The true story of our national calamity of flood, fire and tornado. Philadelphia: Winston, 1913.

Mason, Herbert Malloy. Death from the Sea: our greatest natural disaster, the Galveston hurricane of 1900. New York: Dial Press, 1972: 260pp.

McNeir, Forest W. Forest McNeir of Texas. San Antonio: Naylor, 1956

Ousley, Clarence. Galveston in Nineteen Hundred: the authorized and official record of the proud city of the Southwest as it was before and after the hurricane of September 8, and a logical forecast of its future. Atlanta: W. C. Chase, 1900: 346 pp..

Pastoriza, Joseph J. Souvenir of the Galveston storm. Houston: J. J. Pastoriza, Printing, 1900: 1 vol. unpaged.

Pauls, Katherine Vedder. Florence M. Veder, 1861-1934. Houston: LK&R Reproductions, 1970

Southwest Publishing. Illustrations of the Galveston Cataclysm: a sad souvenir. Houston: Southwest, c. 1900.

Stevens, Walter B. The Story of the Galveston Disaster. New York: Munsey, 1900

Stevens, Walter B. The Story of the Galveston Disaster. (introduction by Robert A. Nesbitt), Galveston, San Luis Press, 1975: Reprinted from Munsey's magazine, Dec. 1900, 22pp.

Weems, John Edward. A Weekend in September. New York: Holt, 1957: HB, 180pp

Winchester, James H. Hurricanes, storms tornadoes. New York: Putnam, 1968

Zebrowski, Ernest. Perils of a restless planet: scientific perspectives on natural disasters. New York: Cambridge University, 1997



Rozelle, Ron, The Windows of Heaven, 2000, Texas Review Press, Huntsville: Historical novel, winnter of the 2000 Texas Review Fiction Prize. Softcover, 240 pgs, First Edition, $16.95 new.

Wingate, Anne: The Eye of Anna, N.Y., Walker, 1989: HB, hurricane & murder.


Miscellaneous Items:

Adams, I. P., "The Great Galveston Storm: a memorial in rhyme" in Short poems of light verse, Galveston, Keystone Printing, 1916: 36pp.

American Heritage Series, "When the Hurricane Struck" (Galveston, September 8, 1900), October, 1968.

Francaviglia, Richard V., From Sail to Steam (four centuries of Texas maritime History, 1500-1900), Austin, University of Texas Press, 1998, HB, 324pp.

Harrowing, Frank T. The Galveston storm of 1900: a thesis presented to the faculty of the Department of history, the University of Houston, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts. Houston, 1950

Hoehling, Adolph A. Disaster: Major American Catastrophes. New York: Hawthorn, 1973: HB 208pp.

Lindsey, Therese (Kayser), "A Tale of the Galveston Storm", a poem, Dallas, The Kaleidograph Press, c1936: First prize winner in 1925 Poetry Society of Texas contest, 40pp.

Needs of Galveston: synopsis of proposed legislation for the rehabilitation of the municipality; "we have a city to preserve as well as a city to reform." Galveston: Clarke & Courts, 1901

Original Stereocard Photograph: Galveston Disaster, "Corner 35th Street and Avenue O--the site of homes and happiness before the terrible storm", N.P., Underwood & Underwood, 1900.

(Planet Earth Series)--Storm, (including Galveston Hurricane of 1900), N.P., Time-Life Books, 1982: HB, 176pp.

--The Texas Experience, (including coverage of the Galveston Hurricane of 1900), College Station, Texas A & M Press, 1986: HB, 180pp

United States, Army Corps of Engineers, Mouth of Brazos River, Texas: Showing effects of hurricane of Sept. 8, 1900; to accompany report of Board of Engineer Officers submitting projects for necessary repaires, etc/ prepared under direction of C. S. Riche, Washington, D. C., Corps of Engineers, 1900: map.

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