Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History
About this Partner
The Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History contributed to the Rescuing Texas History 2007 collection with photos of the 1919 Hurricane; a category 4 storm that was one of the deadliest of the twentieth century with winds up to 110 mph, and waves cresting as high as 16 feet.
The Museum collects and preserves objects that relate to the history of South Texas. They provide educational resources, children's exhibits, historical collections, and much more.