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Please Note:

This website is a work in progress. If you know anything about anyone who died in the storm, please contact Mic Barnette at Thank You-MIC 

Galveston County, Texas Genweb Page

Galveston County Genealogical Society

Texas City Anestor Searchers Gen Soc

Rosenberg Library

Texas-Galveston History Center

1900 Storm- A website created by The Rosenberg Library Special Collections Department in Galveston. This library is the archives of Galveston and holds many manucripts and photographs of the Storm. On this site is another list of victims of the storm which was created by  Shelly Henley Kelly, Assistant Archivist. Also there are some great digital photographs

Handbook of Texas Online (Note; There are several references to Galveston, Galveston Storm and other rferences to Galveston. Overall this is a great reference took for finding anything on Texas.history                  ml

Galveston Historical Foundation                          

Texas Seaport Museum (Note: This museum is the home of the Tall Ship Elissa. They also maintain a database of all the extant names of immigrans who entered the USA via the port of Galveston.   

Galveston's listings on the National Regisiter of Historic Places

Historic Religious places in Galveston

Texas Historic Sites Atlas

The Center for American History-University of Texas in Austin       

Tex-Share Databases Links to online databases of many Texas Libraries

Texas State Library and Archives with links to many great databases of Texas genealical/historical material

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