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I really liked this.  From the "Living with Hurricanes: Katrina and Beyond" exhibit at the Louisiana State Museum in New Orleans, LA.

From the "Living with Hurricanes: Katrina and Beyond" exhibit at the Louisiana State Museum in New Orleans, LA.

Residents wait on a roof top to be rescued from the floodwaters of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, September 1, 2005.   Photo credit: REUTERS/David J. Phillip/Pool DJP/mk

Hurricane Katrina New Orleans people forced into their attics then forced out into the roof, the water is rising please help haunts me to this day

AMAZING FOOTAGE OF HURRICANE KATRINA - Episode 1...I live about 60 miles north of New Orleans, I watched tornados fly by, trees fall one after another, we were out of food by the 2nd day, no water, no gas stations or groceries open - no electricity.  It was awful, cried myself to sleep every night listening to the radio reports.  My electricity was off for 3 months before it was reconnected.  But we came together as a community and we'll never forget what we had to live through! RIP Uncle…

Ride Hamilton shows the FIRST intense video excerpt from his in-progress Hurricane Katrina Documentary.

Body Dead Hurricane Katrina - Bing Images

The body of a man lies less than a quarter of a mile from the French Market in New Orleans Wednesday, Sept. Louisiana State Police say it appeared the white male was strangled. (AP Photo/The Times, Greg Pearson)

Facts about the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and the effect on New Orleans on the anniversary of the disastrous storm.

Hurricane Katrina History and Numbers (Infographic)

The entire hurricane season of which Katrina was part had a much bigger effect than most people are aware. The ENTIRE Gulf Coast was hit by strong hurricanes.

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