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The generall historie of Virginia, New-England, and the Summer isles: with the names of the adventurers, planters, and governours from their first beginning ano: 1584. to this present 1626. With the proceedings of those severall colonies and the accidents that befell them in all their journyes and discoveries. Also the maps and descriptions of all those countryes, their commodities, people, government, customes, and religion yet knowne. Divided into sixe bookes. By Captaine Iohn Smith sometymes governour in those countryes & admirall of New England.
White House caller. Washington, D.C., June 11. Senator Josh Lee, Democrat of Oklahoma, leaving the White House today after a short conference with President Roosevelt. Later Senator Lee in the Senate suggested that Congress appropriate $50,000,000 for the purchase of surplus agricultural commodities to feed the refugees of war-torn Europe
POWELL, G. HAROLD, CHIEF, PERISHABLE COMMODITIES DIV., U.S. FOOD ADMINISTRATION
POWELL, G. HAROLD, CHIEF, PERISHABLE COMMODITIES DIV., U.S. FOOD ADMINISTRATION
Cotton state Solons present demands for enactment of farm program to president. Washington, D.C., Aug 5. Led by Senator Ellison D. "Cotton Ed" Smith, of South Carolina, a delegation of congressmen from the cotton states called on President Roosevelt today and presented their demands for enactment of a farm program before congressional adjournment. After the conference a spokesman for the group told reporters he felt the president would make stabilization loans under existing discretionary powers, probably through the Commodity Credit Corporation, on all basic commodities if given "definite assurances" that a farm production control program would be enacted early next session. In the picture, left to right: Rep. William R. Poage, Texas; Rep. John J. Sparkman, Ala.; Senator Ellison D. Smith, S.C.; Rep. Rene L. De Rouen, LA.; Rep. Lyndon Johnson, Tex.; Rep. Aaron Lane Ford, Miss. and Rep. Clyde Garrett, Texas, 8/5/37
"Administration propaganda halts rise in prices of farm commodities." Washington, D.C. June 7. Speaking before the Senate Agriculture Committee today, Seantor Elmer Thomas of Oklahoma, assailed "propaganda" by administration officials which he said has worked to halt the rise in prices of farm commodities. He placed in the records copies of speeches by Secretary Wallace, Dr. Mordecai Ezekiel and Leon Henderson, government economists, which Thomas said, urged "Keeping Prices Low". 6/7/37
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Waiting for relief commodities, Urbana, Ohio
Warehouse, used as distributing office for Farm Security Administration (FSA) relief grants of commodities to destitute farm labor families during cotton strike of October 1938. Bakersfield, California
Waiting for relief commodities, Urbana, Ohio
Advisor to Chinese Finance Minister White House visitor. Washington, D.C., Oct. 13. K.P. Chen, left; entering the White House today with Sec. of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau, Chen, is heading a special Chinese Financial Mission, which is in this country seeking to widen its current silver agreement with the Treasury to include a broad economic understanding embracing purchases of surplus American Farm Commodities and means of obtaining private credit because of continuation of the War with Japan, 10/13/38
Warehouse, used as distributing office for Farm Security Administration (FSA) relief grants of commodities to destitute farm labor families during cotton strike of October 1938. Bakersfield, California
Commodity Exchange Heads seek method to prevent defrauding of public commodities. Washington, D.C., Aug. 1. Representatives of six major commodity exchanges today conferred with Department of Agriculture officials on methods of preventing so-called commodity counselors from defrauding the public through promises of extra-ordinary profits. Assistant Secretary of Agriculture Harry L. Brown is pictured as he laid before the group recommendations of Secretary Wallace for "vigorous action" to discourage brokerage houses from accepting business from certain types of commodity counselors. On the right of Mr. Brown is Dr. J.W.T. Duvel, Chief of the Commodity Exchange Administration. Represented at the meeting were the Chicago Board of Trade, New York Cotton Exchange, New Orleans Cotton Exchange, Chicago Mercantile Exchange, New York Mercantile Exchange, New York Wool Tops Exchange, and the Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, 8/1/38
Waiting for relief commodities, Urbana, Ohio
The commodities on the counter represent two weeks allotment for four people. Photograph made in Farm Security Administration (FSA) distributing station for emergency grants of food and clothing to destitute agricultural workers. Bakersfield, California
Warehouse used as distributing office for Farm Security Administration (FSA) relief grants of commodities to destitute farm labor families. Bakersfield, California
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Distributing surplus commodities, St. Johns, Ariz.
Mexican woman preparing spinach. San Antonio, Texas. The spinach was a part of her relief commodities
Relief line waiting for commodities, San Antonio, Texas
Distributing surplus commodities, St. Johns, Ariz.
Home of Mexican squatters in San Antonio, Texas. They were receiving commodities from relief
Wife of evicted sharecropper in tent along highway cooking beans obtained from surplus commodities. New Madrid County, Missouri
Unemployed miner with food from surplus commodities corporation. Zeigler, Illinois
Distributing surplus commodities, St. Johns, Ariz.
Pea pickers waiting at Farm Security Administration (FSA) office for issue of surplus commodities. Calipatria, California
Part of lineup of Mexicans waiting for relief commodities San Antonio, Texas
Distributing surplus commodities, St. Johns, Ariz.
Mexican man and woman waiting for relief commodities, San Antonio, Texas
Distributing surplus commodities, St. Johns, Ariz.
Relief line waiting for commodities, San Antonio, Texas
Texas photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.
Distributing surplus commodities, St. Johns, Ariz.
Home of Mexican squatters in San Antonio, Texas. They were receiving commodities from relief
Returning home after peddling and trading garden produce for other commodities. Jackson, Breathitt County, Kentucky
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Stopping to exchange greetings and news on the way to town to peddle and trade vegetables for other commodities. Jackson, Breathitt County, Kentucky
Distribution of surplus commodities near the railroad station. Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
Georgia photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.
Greensboro, Greene County, Georgia. At a surplus commodities mattress-making project
Migratory workers waiting to receive surplus commodities. Belle Glade, Florida
Taking supplies home from surplus commodities. Belle Glade, Florida
Migratory workers waiting to receive supplies of surplus commodities. Belle Glade, Florida
Migratory workers waiting to receive supplies of surplus commodities. Belle Glade, Florida
Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico. Waiting in line at the surplus commodities office. Fatback and meal were distributed that day
Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico. Waiting in line at the surplus commodities office. Fatback and meal were distributed that day
Mason Manghum, head of Traveling Priorities Clinic makes "V for Victory" sign to explain to manufacturer's representatives why curtailment or rationing of many commodities is imperative
West Danville, Vermont. OPA (Office of Price Administration) inspector Maurice J. Sullivan stopping in for a friendly visit with the Hastings. He mentions that chickens and strawberries don't have to have their calling prices posted because they are not designated as cost of living commodities in Bulletin no. 1, entitled "The General Maximum Price Regulation," which he holds in his hand
Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico. Waiting in line to get surplus commodities. They were distributing fatback and meal
Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico. Waiting in line at the surplus commodities office. Fatback and meal were distributed that day
Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico. Waiting in line at the surplus commodities office. Fatback and meal were distributed that day
Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico. Waiting in line at the surplus commodities office. Fatback and meal were distributed that day
Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico. Waiting in line at the surplus commodities office. Fatback and meal were distributed that day
Cabo Rojo (vicinity), Puerto Rico. Waiting in line for surplus commodities. They received fatback and meal
Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico. Waiting in line at the surplus commodities office. Fatback and meal were distributed that day
[Commodities Shots - Bread]

[Commodities Shots - Bread]

[Commodities Shots - Bread] - [PAR-1806]

[Commodities]

[Commodities]

[Commodities] - [PAR-869 through PAR-870]

[Commodities Shots - Bread]

[Commodities Shots - Bread]

[Commodities Shots - Bread] - [PAR-1806]

[Donzere-Mondragon] - [Commodities]

[Donzere-Mondragon] - [Commodities]

[Donzere-Mondragon] - [Commodities] - [FRA-907]

[Commodities Shots - Bread]

[Commodities Shots - Bread]

[Commodities Shots - Bread] - [PAR-1806]

[Commodities]

[Commodities]

[Commodities] - [PAR-869 through PAR-870]

[Commodities traders on the floor of the Chicago Board of Trade] / Stanley Kubrick.

[Commodities traders on the floor of the Chicago Board of Trade] / Sta...

Image from Look photograph assignment with title: Chicago city of contrasts. Frame 8 of a contact sheet. LOOK Magazine Photograph Collection (Library of Congress). Title devised by Library staff.

[Commodities traders on the floor of Chicago Board of Trade] / Stanley Kubrick.

[Commodities traders on the floor of Chicago Board of Trade] / Stanley...

Image from Look photograph assignment: Chicago city of contrasts. Frame 21 of a contact sheet. LOOK Magazine Photograph Collection (Library of Congress). Title devised by Library staff.

Southern Africa, flow of major commodities.
[Hurricane Rita] Iowa, LA, September 30, 2005 -- National guardsmen from Monroe, LA provide the manpower to load Meals Ready to Eat into the back of a pickup truck at a distribution center set up to provide water, ice and food to area residents left without power by Hurricane Rita.  Distribution centers throughout the state are giving essential commodities to thousands of people daily.  win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Iowa, LA, September 30, 2005 -- National guardsmen fr...

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[Hurricane Rita] Iowa, LA, September 30, 2005 -- National Guardsmen from Monroe, LA empty pallets of Meals Ready to Eat, water and ice as they place these valuable commodities into the trunks of cars and backs of pickup trucks driven by local residents.  Thousands of people in this area of the state were left without power by Hurricane Rita.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Iowa, LA, September 30, 2005 -- National Guardsmen fr...

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[Hurricane Rita] Iowa, LA, September 30, 2005 -- Pallets of Meals Ready to Eat, water and ice are being emptied by National Guardsmen from Monroe, LA, as they place these valuable commodities into the trunks of cars and backs of pickup trucks driven by local residents.  Hurricane Rita left thousands of people in this area of the state without electricity.  Win Henderson / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Iowa, LA, September 30, 2005 -- Pallets of Meals Read...

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[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Marmaduke, Ar. -- As a volunteer with the Marmaduke Fire department brings in a box of commodities, residents of the community affected by the April 2nd tornado that struck in th afternoon collect items they need.  Seven counties in central and northeast Arkansas are eligible for federal disaster assistence due to the storms and tornadoes that swept the state the first three days of April.  FEMA photo by Win Henderson

[Severe Storms and Tornadoes] Marmaduke, Ar. -- As a volunteer with th...

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Fort Worth, TX, 5/11/06 -- Staff of the Ft. Worth Logistic Center who work at one of FEMA’s nine centers where supplies and commodities are stored to be used in disasters.  Photo by: Liz Roll/FEMA

Fort Worth, TX, 5/11/06 -- Staff of the Ft. Worth Logistic Center who ...

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Fort Worth, TX May 11, 2006 -- Workers prepare commodities to be stored for future use in diasaters at the FEMA Logistics Center warehouse. Photo by: Liz Roll/FEMA

Fort Worth, TX May 11, 2006 -- Workers prepare commodities to be store...

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[Severe Storms and Flooding] Franklin, IN, June 14, 2008 -- FEMA External Affairs officer Dick Gifford pitches in to help the American Red Cross deliver commodities to the Disaster Recovery Center. The "one stop shop" for disaster victims is coordinated by FEMA, the US Small Business Administration, the American Red Cross, and state and local resources to serve the communities affected by the disaster.  FEMA News Photo / Photo by John Shea.

[Severe Storms and Flooding] Franklin, IN, June 14, 2008 -- FEMA Exter...

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[Severe Storms and Flooding] Franklin, IN, June 14, 2008 -- FEMA External Affairs officer Dick Gifford pitches in to help the American Red Cross deliver commodities to the Disaster Recovery Center. The "one stop shop" for disaster victims is coordinated by FEMA, the US Small Business Administration, the American Red Cross, and state and local resources to serve the communities affected by the disaster.  FEMA News Photo / Photo by John Shea.

[Severe Storms and Flooding] Franklin, IN, June 14, 2008 -- FEMA Exter...

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[Hurricane Dolly] Raymondville, TX, July 25, 2008 -- Residents drive into a food and water distribution center.  A State point of distribution (POD)  center helps residents with life saving commodities. Jacinta Quesada/FEMA

[Hurricane Dolly] Raymondville, TX, July 25, 2008 -- Residents drive i...

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[Hurricane Dolly] Point Isabel,TX, July 25, 2008 -- The state/local distribution POD system is in place delivering commodities to residents following Hurricane Dolly.  This POD location was crowded with residents requiring support from Multiple-disaster relief programs.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

[Hurricane Dolly] Point Isabel,TX, July 25, 2008 -- The state/local di...

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[Hurricane Dolly] undetermined, TX, July 25, 2008 -- Residents in cars line up to one of the fifteen Point of Distribution centers (POD) that is staffed by the National Guard to distribute commodities to individuals affected by Dolly. Jacinta Quesada/ FEMA

[Hurricane Dolly] undetermined, TX, July 25, 2008 -- Residents in cars...

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[Hurricane Gustav] Carville, LA, August 29, 2008 -- The Staging Site for commodities: water, MRES(Meals Ready to Eat), cots, and other essentials for evacuees impacted by Hurricane Gustav.  Jacinta Quesada/FEMA

[Hurricane Gustav] Carville, LA, August 29, 2008 -- The Staging Site f...

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[Hurricane Gustav] Carville, LA, August 29, 2008 -- Trucks lined up with FEMA generators at the Staging Site for commodities: water, MRES(Meals Ready to Eat), cots, and other essentials for evacuees impacted by Hurricane Gustav.  Jacinta Quesada/FEMA

[Hurricane Gustav] Carville, LA, August 29, 2008 -- Trucks lined up wi...

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[Hurricane Gustav] Carville, LA, August 29, 2008 -- The staging site for commodities, water, MREs(Meals Ready to Eat), cots, and other essentials for evacuees impacted y Hurricane Gustav .  Jacinta Quesada/FEMA

[Hurricane Gustav] Carville, LA, August 29, 2008 -- The staging site f...

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[Hurricane Gustav] Carville, LA, August 29, 2008 -- Interior of a warehouse where commodities are lined up on pallets, ready to be distributed. The Staging Site for commodities, blankets, water, MRES(Meals Ready to Eat), cots, and other essentials for potential evacuees of Hurricane Gustav .  Jacinta Quesada/FEMA

[Hurricane Gustav] Carville, LA, August 29, 2008 -- Interior of a ware...

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[Hurricane Gustav] Carville, LA, August 29, 2008 -- Trucks with generators are lined up at the Staging Site for commodities, water, MRES(Meals Ready to Eat), cots, and other essentials for evacuees impacted y Hurricane Gustav.  Jacinta Quesada/FEMA

[Hurricane Gustav] Carville, LA, August 29, 2008 -- Trucks with genera...

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[Hurricane Katrina] Carville, LA, August 29, 2008 -- Interior of a warehouse where commodities are lined up on pallets, ready to be distributed. The Staging Site for commodities, water, MRES(Meals Ready to Eat), cots, and other essentials for potential evacuees of Hurricane Gustav .  Jacinta Quesada/FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina] Carville, LA, August 29, 2008 -- Interior of a war...

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[Hurricane Gustav] Jenerette, LA, September 4, 2008 -- Long lines of cars wait for commodities from one of the newly formed distribution centers. Jacinta Quesada/FEMA

[Hurricane Gustav] Jenerette, LA, September 4, 2008 -- Long lines of c...

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[Hurricane Gustav] Franklin, LA, September 4, 2008 -- National Guard unloads commodities from a Chinook helicopter at the newly formed distribution center. Jacinta Quesada/FEMA

[Hurricane Gustav] Franklin, LA, September 4, 2008 -- National Guard u...

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[Hurricane Gustav] Jenerette, LA, September 4, 2008 -- Long lines of cars wait for commodities from one of the newly formed distribution centers. Jacinta Quesada/FEMA

[Hurricane Gustav] Jenerette, LA, September 4, 2008 -- Long lines of c...

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[Hurricane Gustav] Franklin, LA, September 4, 2008 -- Distribution center of commodities for residents begins, with water, ice, MRE's and blue tarps.  Jacinta Quesada/FEMA

[Hurricane Gustav] Franklin, LA, September 4, 2008 -- Distribution cen...

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[Hurricane Gustav] Houma, LA, September 7, 2008 --  The volume of commodities being distributed at the State lead Point of Distribution (POD)at the, Houma Civic Center, is confirmed by the empty pallets being accumulated as distribution is ongoing. These pallets had contained water and Meals Ready to Eat (MREs) to go with the hot meal provided by local restaurants, handed out by local organizations and the National Guard.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

[Hurricane Gustav] Houma, LA, September 7, 2008 -- The volume of comm...

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[Hurricane Gustav] Houma, LA, September 7, 2008 -- Members of the 1087th Transportation Company, Louisiana National Guard, Jena, LA, load commodities onto a Terrebonne Sheriffs Search and rescue truck that can access remote areas of the Parrish.  Commodities are being picked up by residents as well as the sheriffs office at the state's Point of Distribution (POD) at the Houma Civic Center.  Barry Bahler/FEMA

[Hurricane Gustav] Houma, LA, September 7, 2008 -- Members of the 1087...

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Albany, GA, September 9, 2008 -- FEMA Staging Area Group supervisor Lomax Gaskin talks to members of the media at the staging area where commodities are being gathered in preparation for Hurricane Ike.  Jocelyn Augustino/FEMA

Albany, GA, September 9, 2008 -- FEMA Staging Area Group supervisor Lo...

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Albany, GA, September 9, 2008 -- Joel Hendrix, Assistant Team Leader for the Corps of Engineers talks to members of the media at the staging area where commodities are being gathered in preparation for Hurricane Ike.  Jocelyn Augustino/FEMA

Albany, GA, September 9, 2008 -- Joel Hendrix, Assistant Team Leader f...

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Albany, GA, September 9, 2008 -- Staging area where commodities are being gathered in preparation for Hurricane Ike.  Jocelyn Augustino/FEMA

Albany, GA, September 9, 2008 -- Staging area where commodities are be...

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Albany, GA, September 9, 2008 -- Staging area where commodities are being gathered in preparation for Hurricane Ike.  Jocelyn Augustino/FEMA

Albany, GA, September 9, 2008 -- Staging area where commodities are be...

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Albany, GA, September 9, 2008 -- Staging area where commodities are being gathered in preparation for Hurricane Ike.  Jocelyn Augustino/FEMA

Albany, GA, September 9, 2008 -- Staging area where commodities are be...

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[Hurricane Ike] Galveston Island, TX, September 14, 2008 -- A resident of Galveston Island who chose to ride out the storm,talks to a member of the National Guard about the process of  getting ice, food and water at a POD site.  FEMA is working with the state of Texas and the military to provide commodities to the residents affected by Hurricane Ike.  Photo by Patsy Lynch/FEMA

[Hurricane Ike] Galveston Island, TX, September 14, 2008 -- A resident...

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[Hurricane Ike] Galveston Island, TX, September 14, 2008 -- Members of the National Guard bring ice to a resident of Galveston Island who chose to ride out the storm a POD site.  FEMA is working with the state of Texas and the military to provide commodities to the residents affected by Hurricane Ike.  Photo by Patsy Lynch/FEMA

[Hurricane Ike] Galveston Island, TX, September 14, 2008 -- Members of...

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[Hurricane Ike] Galveston Island, TX, September 14, 2008 -- A resident of Galveston Island who chose to ride out the storm, gets ice, food and water at a POD site.  FEMA is working with the state of Texas and the military to provide commodities to the residents affected by Hurricane Ike.  Photo by Patsy Lynch/FEMA

[Hurricane Ike] Galveston Island, TX, September 14, 2008 -- A resident...

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[Hurricane Ike] Galveston Island, TX, September 14, 2008 -- Residents of Galveston Island who chose to ride out the storm, get ice, food and water at a POD site.  FEMA is working with the state of Texas and the military to provide commodities to the residents affected by Hurricane Ike.  Photo by Patsy Lynch/FEMA

[Hurricane Ike] Galveston Island, TX, September 14, 2008 -- Residents ...

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[Hurricane Ike] Galveston Island, TX, September 14, 2008 -- Residents of Galveston Island who chose to ride out the storm,wait for transportation to a shelter in San Antonio, TX.  FEMA is working with the state of Texas and the military to provide commodities to the residents affected by Hurricane Ike.  Photo by Patsy Lynch/FEMA

[Hurricane Ike] Galveston Island, TX, September 14, 2008 -- Residents ...

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[Hurricane Ike] Galveston Island, TX, September 14, 2008 -- A young resident of Galveston Island makes faces at a National Guard while waiting for his family's ride to a shelter in San Antonio, TX. FEMA is working with the state of Texas and the military to provide commodities to the residents affected by Hurricane Ike.  Photo by Patsy Lynch/FEMA

[Hurricane Ike] Galveston Island, TX, September 14, 2008 -- A young re...

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[Hurricane Ike] Galveston Island, TX, September 14, 2008 -- A resident of Galveston Island who chose to ride out the storm,gets help from a member of the National Guard while getting ice, food and water at a POD site.  FEMA is working with the state of Texas and the military to provide commodities to the residents affected by Hurricane Ike.  Photo by Patsy Lynch/FEMA

[Hurricane Ike] Galveston Island, TX, September 14, 2008 -- A resident...

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