2 edition of Report of the relief extended to the sufferers of the Ohio floods of March, 1913 found in the catalog.
Report of the relief extended to the sufferers of the Ohio floods of March, 1913
Cincinnati (Ohio). Citizen"s Relief Committee
|Statement||by the Citizen"s Relief Committee of Cincinnati, Ohio|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||52 p. :|
|Number of Pages||52|
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A report to the mayor and City council on flood protection for the city of Columbus, Ohio, September 15th, / ([Columbus, Ohio: Pfeifer Press, printers, ]), by John W.
Alvord, Charles B. Burdick, and Columbus (Ohio) (page images at HathiTrust). Full text of "The great flood of in the Ohio rise and fall of the waters from Pittsburgh to Cairo together with useful and important information and statistics.
Also, the work of the Gallipolis relief. Business District Dayton View Riverdale North Dayton South Park West Dayton THE FLOOD Its Cause and Some Effects The cause of the floods of March,which devastated such a large part of our Middle States, was record-breaking rainfall. Filed under: Floods -- Ohio River Official report of the relief furnished, to the Ohio River flood sufferers, Evansville, Ind., to Cairo, Ills, with the two trips of the U.S.
relief boat Carrie Caldwell, February and. Ohio: City & County History Books Published in official report of the relief furnished to the ohio river flood sufferers evansville ind to cairo ills with the two trips of the u s relief boat carrie caldwell february and march also mention of other releif general remarks Published in the ohio and mississippi floods of 23 New York Times, 10 Jul12 Feb4 Apr ; Mabel A.
Elliot, American National Red Cross Disaster Services, (Washington American National Red Cross, ), p, 17; R.P.M. Ames, Official Report of the Relief Furnished to the Ohio River Flood Sufferers.
Just published on New Year's Day is Floodwaters and Flames: The Disaster in Dayton, Ohio, by Lois Miner Huey (Minneapolis: Millbrook Press ; hardback library binding). Written for grades 4 through 8, the page book is striking for its large square format (10 x 10 inches) and dramatic layout, with big photographs atop a background of pages from Dayton newspapers.
The True Story of. Our National Calamity. Of Flood, Fire and Tornado "The appalling loss of life, the terrible suffering of the homeless, the struggles for safety, and the noble heroism of those who risked life to save loved ones; the unprecedented loss of property, resulting in the.
46 Memo for Chief of Staff by Quartermaster General, 8 fileRecord Gr NA; James E. Normoyle, Flood Sufferers in the Mississippi and Ohio Valleys, Report of James E. Normoyle in Charge of Relief Operations, April, May, June, July, (Washington: GPO, ); "Flood sufferers of the Mississippi River, ," entry 31 C.
Free to Read Articles from March Part 2. One Item in Annual Report of Y.M.C.A., Bowery Branch. SULZER DEFINES GENIUS.; Consists of Observation, Concentration, and Analyzation, Tells Students.
Controversy Begun Over Mains's Book Turns to a Stormy Debate of Clergymen. Site Map > Free to Read Articles > April Part 1. Free to Read Articles from April Part 1. The Report of Austrian Action Against Montenegro Causes Pronounced Weakness. FLOODS CALL HARMON HOME; Ohio's Disaster Makes ex-Governor Cancel His Holy Land Trip.
Monthly Weather Review, vol. 41, No. 3, March Alfred J. Henry’s article “Rivers and Floods, March ” starts on page Throughout all the reports, especially striking is how accurately the meteorologists reconstructed what happened, even absent data or knowledge about the upper atmosphere, satellites, and computers.
But the floods ofand all sink into insignificance when brought into comparison with the great flood of March, Rain began falling early on Sunday, Maand continued almost without intermission for more than thirtv-six hours.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. In March, ; President Speight was authorized to draw on the State Treasurer for $30, Sabine's share of an appropriation for the relief of sufferers from floods and drouth.
At a meeting in May provision was made for the distribution of corn from the depots at Grand Ecore and Cobble's Landing. report on grand lodge of missouri, by rev.
woods, d. d., p. m., st. louis; mo. year page year page ~ 20 22 30 59 Charles Carroll Soule, of Boston, long identified with the book publishing business and interested in library work, died Jan.
7, He was trustee of the Brookline (Mass.) public library frommember of the A. Publishing Board fromsecond vice-president of the A. in ; and a member of the Council ohio worst hit, but other states suffer bellefontaine, ohio, march —The engine and rear sleeping car of weit-bound Pennsylvania train No.
3 plunged into Mad River at the edge v>f West Liberty early today, but the sleeping car fell at the side of the stream and the passengers crawled through the. Only the income from the fund may be used for relief work. Grand Lodge created another fund of $40, for the relief of Freemasons who were in the military or naval service of the United States or for their relatives, and such relief is extended upon the recommendation of the Master of the Lodge where the Brother held membership.
Lloyds Weekly Newspaper (Newspaper) - June 9,London, Middlesex LARGtiEST IN THE LONDON JUNE ONE THE AMERICAN as we are tc terrible convul sions and unparalleled storms in the United the catastrophe at Johnstown stands out in its awful grandeur of The American continent enjoys many climatic ad on the other its disas trous its overpowering extremes of and its icy and withering.
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This is an extraordinarily low number of casualties for a disaster of this magnitude and contrasts sharply with the killed in the March floods.” [p.
] (Schmidlin, Thomas W. and Jeanne Appelhans Schmidlin. Thunder in the Heartland: A Chronicle of Outstanding Weather Events in Ohio. Kent State Univ. Press,pp. a progressive newspaper devoted to the upbuilding of american homes and american industries.
'01 v. burlington, n. c, apr. no, 44 ausiey— shreve. ausiey postal tele. That outside aid was very real is shown by the fact that the Kansas Central Relief Committee received donations from outside the state of nearly $75, in cash, $75, in army rations, and carloads of supplies, among other contributions.-Kansas Central Relief Committee, Report of the Executive Board (Topeka, ), pp.
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Hon. Jose- Danieis Secretary of States Navy, is the prin-File Size: 5MB. Two decades previous, over in Mississippi, Aaron had secured son Jimmie’s job with the Mobile & Ohio at Meridian.
The boy quitting school to labor around trains and track, and so marked was the art of Jimmy Rodgers. First Will Mark The Beginning Of Herculean Labor Of Making Cairo Levee System Absolutely Impregnable Against Future.
BIOGRAPHICAL. JACOB LAMPERT, GRAND MASTER The subject of this sketch was born on March 6,in London, England. H€ was the son of Moses Lampert and Esther Lampert. The farm with its modern farm house and lodge is one of Fulton county's show places.
Zinks Lake is on the land. Moore, owner of Fulton County Community Sales, plans to raise registered Chester White hogs on the farm.
The News-Sentinel, Thursday, ] Grandview Farm Located E side of Old US in Richland Township. Saturday, Ma [More Flood stories. Front Page Headline: CONDITIONS IN PERU NEAR NORMAL] Obituary Eli Swihart Eli SWIHART was born in Stark county, Ohio, J Died at the home of his daughter, Mrs.
Chancey MARKLEY, Marshall county, Ind., Maage seventy-one years, nine months and seven days. The latter, reporting as a board, brought in, after extended research, a report embodying the following (condensed) opinions: That similar foods were likely to occur at any time and that whatever was done should meet the possibility of foods twenty per cent greater than the one of ; that protection by (page 85) means of channel enlargement.
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Earthquakes can range in size from those that are so. ' " Paris. March Declaration that the Omaha tornado death-dealing floods in Ohio and In diaua are but a forerunner of the disasters to befall America in was voiced here today by Madame De Thebes, the famous Parisian seer ess, who predicted the beginning of the year the present disasters in the United States.
The subject required extended investigation, but I finally ascertained with a reasonable degree of certitude, and to my amazement, that the sun was at a constant positive potential of about , volts.
Thus the secret of the cosmic rays was revealed. The Semi-weekly leader. (Brookhaven, Miss.)ApImage 2, brought to you by Mississippi Department of Archives and History, and the National Digital Newspaper Program.
Conductor Solomon, on extra west, 30, at B€) Tower, Akron Junction, discovered defective equipment on caboose C Same was set out at Akron Junction and crew proceeded to Willard, Ohio.
March Conductor W. Cavany, extra west, 2, dismounted at BD Tower to inspect April train while pulling in He discovered brake repairs without delay. Originally the property of J. Stauffer of Mechanicsburg, this published Report of the Secretary of the Flood Relief Commission Appointed to Distribute the Funds Contributed for the Relief of Sufferers in Pennsylvania by the Flood of May 31st and June 1st, (Harrisburg: ) was addressed to Governor James A.
Beaver and provides a. The presidency of Calvin Coolidge began on August 2,when Calvin Coolidge became President of the United States upon the sudden death of Warren G. Harding, and ended on March 4, A Republican from Massachusetts, Coolidge had been Vice President of the United States for 2 years, days when he became the 30th President of the United States.
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Book 4 introduces Darius and tells how the Scythians outwitted him. Book 8 describes the Greeks' triumphant victory at Salamis. The quality of these accounts inspired Cicero to. Brill's report was a detailed agenda of practical measures that could quickly improve local agriculture.
The only reaction that he received, however, was silence. Weeks passed, then months. Nothing more was heard of the report, and arrangements for securing land for the model farm repeatedly fell through. University of Louisville ThinkIR: The University of Louisville's Institutional Repository Electronic Theses and Dissertations A study of the One Family Disaster Program, Lo.The: Ohio river continued to rise Special to The Sentinel l Omaha, Neb., March Thirteen been little improved last night.
Only! serving fifteen years sentences in the 'from Wheeling to Cincinnati and allMorch 28th.-That Dr. Servians Captured Commander hundred families have been given suc- the New yfrk Central and Pennsyl.Slatraaa In Colnmbna COI-UM13U.S, Ohio, April— Mciuher-s of Columbus the tee flood commit-relief tonight iKsiied an urgent appeal to the of citlzen.s with which this city for $2un.
next week in the relief of 25, temporarily Incapable persons in the flood district on the \\ etit to Side. Hundreds of rf.«l(lcnt;irc.'^ni.I.