The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 67, July 1963 - April, 1964 Page: 632
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632 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
several maps showing hurricane tracks are included for easy
The book is a factual publication of the Society, and does not
attempt to appeal to the emotions of the reader. It is, as it states,
a scientific study. For one interested in weather, or history, per-
tinent passages in the book are almost required reading. Weather
has always had a great effect on history. The book is well written,
and one may look forward with pleasure to subsequent volumes
in this new series.
CHARLES DURHAM GOULDIE
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