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New Orleans in the Aftermath
Photography by Neil Alexander

While many in the Crescent City rushed to escape Katrina's advancing winds, Neil Alexander, a local architectural photographer, remained battened down in his house near Coliseum Square. In this section, Alexander not only presents his images but also recounts for us the days after the storm.

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Snapshots of Biloxi
Photography by Lori Baker

Lori Baker, a resident of upstate New York, could not believe the devastating images from Katrina’s aftermath. With a strong desire to help, she packed up her car and drove to Biloxi, Mississippi where she joined the volunteer group “Hands on USA.” Here is a only a part of the destruction she witnessed.

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