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File:Galveston hurricane track, Sept 1-10, 1900.jpg


English: The track of the Galveston Hurricane. This was the greatest natural disaster in terms of loss of life in U.S. history. Between 6,000 and 8,000 individuals died in this hurricane.
Español: La trayectoria del Huracán de Galveston. Este fue el desastre natural más grande en término de pérdidia de vidas en la historia de los EEUU. Entre 6.000 y 8.000 individuos murieron en este huracán.
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