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Journal 3 - Journal #6 During the devastating Hurricane...

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Journal #6 During the devastating Hurricane Katrina, many people’s lives were lost, but the ones who lived, they lost everything else. Their homes, loved ones, and their savings were all lost in the devastating natural disaster. During the Dust Bowl, this also happened to many people. They were forced to move away from their home and had to move to a completely different area, with a different lifestyle. When people from New Orleans, Louisiana came to Tallahassee, I was just in the 4 th grade and now when I think about it, I would not like having other people moving into an already condensed area, with their unusual lifestyle. In 2005, 5% of Louisiana’s population had left. i That means that 220,000 people moved to other places around the Southeast. In the Dust Bowl, 2.5 million people left the Great Plains region, 200,000 of them moving to California. ii I think that the people who live in the area that is being moved to, is more affected than the people who are being moved. When you think about it, most people will not want some
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This note was uploaded on 03/15/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Sierra during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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