These images show before and after photos of Bolivar Peninsula -- a part of the Texas coast just NE of Galveston Island. Because it's not well known outside the Houston area and relatively few people live(d) there, there hasn't been much rebuilding going on -- 14 months later.
These stories tell about what has happened in Chambers County (just east of Galveston Bay; Houston is west of the bay) during and after three different storms:
Chambers County, Texas -- Historical Markers page 2
To prevent any further salt water damage caused during the dry seasons, The Trinity River ... On White's Ranch in June 1832, area colonists signed the Turtle Bayou ... Following the revolution, White began driving his cattle overland to ...
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[PDF] The Great Storm of 1915
to 15000 head of cattle in Chambers County were lost. In a letter to his mother ... than the property damage were the deaths. Mrs. Frank Kirkland, whose husband maintained the nearby ranch of Judge Hugh E. Jackson, survived the ...
Archives: The Sealy News Online, Sealy Texas
Jul 7, 2009 ... For Chambers County farmer and rancher Clint Fancher, deciding which is the ... So are the cattle. Along with a decrease in drinkable water, ... And the damage doesn't stop there. Farmers and ranches are dealing with ...
The stories go on and on. The storms go on and on. Look at what used to be Hurricane Ida is still doing along the eastern coast of the US right now.