About the Book
This book is photo documentation of Hurricane Ike’s destruction. It is 400 pages and shows over 1000 photos that heavily document the damage that Hurricane Ike caused to the Texas Gulf Coast.
So far, this is the largest known documentation of Hurricane Ike.
The book is available in either hard or soft cover.
“The Storm of 2008″ covers all directions of Galveston Island from the Seawall to Pelican Island, and from the East end at Apfel Park (and East Beach) all of the way down on the West end past Bermuda and Jamaica Beach. The historic Strand district, Harborside Dr., and residential neighborhoods are inside the book as well. Also covered is the entire length of the Texas City Dike which is now completely wiped out and closed indefinately. Other area’s in “The Storm of 2008″ include Hitchcock, Dickinson, Bayou Vista, League city, San Leon, Bacliff, Texas City, Galveston, Kemah, Seabrook, Bolivar, Gilchrist, Crystal Beach, and more…
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Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date Jan 01, 2009
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