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  1. Hurricane preparations. On September 8, Texas State Governor Rick Perry declared 88 Texas state counties a disaster area in preparation for Hurricane Ike, expected to hit the Texas coast as early as Saturday morning, which included placing 7,500 Texas Military Forces troops on standby.

  2. Oct 10, 2008 · Hurricane Ike came ashore over southeast Texas on September 13, 2008, bringing with it a wall of water that stretched from Galveston, Texas, east across all of coastal Louisiana. The storm’s surge covered hundreds of kilometers of the Gulf Coast because Ike was a large storm, with tropical-storm-strength winds capable of pushing water ashore ...

  3. Jul 28, 2022 · The Ike Dike is part of the larger Texas Coastal Project, which was proposed to protect the state’s shoreline against hurricane storm surge and rising sea levels. It includes a series of other ...

  4. Jul 29, 2022 · Nicknamed for the destructive hurricane that hit Galveston Island in 2008, the so-called Ike Dike could be the largest civil engineering project in U.S. history.

  5. Galveston Hurricane of 1900 Texas Archive of the Moving Image; Galveston 1900: Storm of the Century Primary Source Adventure, a lesson plan hosted by The Portal to Texas History; The 1900 Storm – manuscripts, photographs, and other archival holdings from the Galveston and Texas History Center at the Rosenberg Library – including a list of ...

  6. Jun 27, 2022 · Galveston Island State Park reopens with new upgrades 14 years after Hurricane Ike damage Emily Foxhall , John Wayne Ferguson , Staff writer June 27, 2022 Updated: June 27, 2022 6:43 p.m.

  7. Jul 30, 2022 · Nicknamed for the destructive hurricane that hit Galveston Island in 2008, the so-called Ike Dike could be the largest civil engineering project in U.S. history.

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