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The most important event during the year under consideration, from the standpoint of the welfare of the People of Puerto Rico was the terrific hurricane which ripped its way across the northern half of the Island during the night of September 26-27, 1932, laying waste approximately one-half of the Island.  >>more...>>

Title:     Hurricane of 1932, from the Annual Report of the Governor of Puerto Rico, 1933
Author:    Beverly, James R.
Date:     July 1, 1933

Type:     Excerpts

Listed Under:
Disaster Relief
Puerto Rico

Notes:     Excerpts from the Thirty-Third Annual Report of the Governor of Puerto Rico (1933). Hurricane of 1932 (p. 1-6), Statistics from the Hurricane (p. 157), and Table of Agricultural Losses (p. 158-159).