12/14/23 at 1pm

This program examines how communities and governments, along with traditional waterfront residents prepare and respond to storms and hurricanes, focusing on the 1938 hurricane and Superstorm Sandy. This includes understanding how houses were built and sited, how the shorelines were protected, how people knew when a bad storm was coming – warning signs, and the various kinds of public works projects that have succeeded or failed.

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