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Extreme hurricanes in the nineteenth century
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Extreme hurricanes in the nineteenth century
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    This report provides available meteorological information pertinent to coastal flooding risk assessment of severe hurricanes int he nineteenth century. Pertinent hurricane parameters included are: the central pressure, the radius of maximum winds, and the direction and speed of the storm's forward motion. This report also gives brief discussions of available data and informative newspaper accounts of hurricanes which helped in determining the hurricane track and the point of landfall.

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