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A Nation in the Making 21H.102 September 7, 2005
Ship blown inland by Hurricane Katrina
Parking lot in Mobile, AL
Gulf Coast residents fleeing the floodwaters
Canal St., New Orleans, Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2005
New Orleans Convention Center
New Orleans residents at the Convention Center trying to help Dorothy Divic, age 89, Thursday, Sept. 1, 2005
Deceased man at the New Orleans Convention Center, Thursday, Sept. 1, 2005
Notice board at the Houston Astrodome
Broken oil rig smashed into the Cochrane Bridge, Mobile, AL
Submerged oil refinery in Codin, AL
L: Gas prices in Brighton, MA R: Protest in Oklahoma City, OK
L: Presidential briefing in Mobile, AL R: Bush with residents of Biloxi, MS
President Bush addressing the nation from the Rose Garden, Sat., September 3, 2005
Food & water drop at the Convention Center
New Orleans Police Department and ATF swat teams at the Convention Center, Monday, Sept. 5, 2005
New Orleans Superdome
Military convoy arriving in New Orleans
A National Guardsman in New Orleans
Elvis Presley greets his fans, 1950s
Ted Turner (b. 1938)
Henry Ford ( ) L: Henry Ford ( ) R: Model T assembly line, c. 1913
U.S. 101 Santa Ana Freeway in Anaheim, mid-1950s
Eleanor Roosevelt at a soup kitchen, 1930s
Gloria Steinem, early 1970s
President Bush aboard USS Abraham Lincoln, May 1, 2003
Elvis Presley on the Ed Sullivan Show, 1956
Relief line, 1930
Central High School, Little Rock, 1957
Antiwar protest, Central Park, April 1967
September 11, 2001
Downtown New Orleans
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