The Great Galveston Disaster, Containing a Full and Thrilling Account of the Most Appalling Calamity of Modern Times Page: XIV

xiv CONTENTS.
CHAPTER XXI.
Unparalleled Bombardment of -Waves-Wonderful Courage
Shown by the Survivors-Letter from Clara Barton. . 4I6
CHAPTER XXII.
Galveston Storm Stories-Fierce Battles with Surging
Waves-Vivid Accounts from Fortunate Survivors-A
City of Sorrow . ............... .440
CHAPTER XXIII.
Heroic Incidents-Arrival of Relief Trains-Hospitals for the
Injured-Loud Call for Skilled Labor .... 461
CHAPTER XXIV.
One Hero Rescues Over Two Hundred-Traveler Caught in
the Rush of Water-Report of a Government OfficialHow
the Great Storm Started . .......... 477
CHAPTER XXV.
Storms of Great Violence Around Galveston-Wrecked Cities
and Vast Destruction of Property-Appalling Sacrifice
of Life* *.*-*** ........... 497

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