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Coming home to New Orleans : neighborhood rebuilding after Katrina

Author: Karl F Seidman
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, ©2013.
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"Coming Home to New Orleans documents grassroots rebuilding efforts in New Orleans neighborhoods after hurricane Katrina, and draws lessons on their contribution to the post-disaster recovery of cities. The book begins with two chapters that address Katrina's impact and the planning and public sector recovery policies that set the context for neighborhood recovery. Rebuilding narratives for six New Orleans  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Karl F Seidman
ISBN: 9780199945511 0199945519 9780199945528 0199945527
OCLC Number: 808316447
Description: xvii, 383 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm
Contents: The flooding of New Orleans --
Whither New Orleans? --
Broadmoor lives --
A village rebuilds --
A tale of four neighborhoods --
Neighborhoods and city rebuilding.
Responsibility: Karl F. Seidman.

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Coming Home to New Orleans documents grassroots rebuilding efforts in six New Orleans neighborhoods after hurricane Katrina, and draws lessons on their contribution to the post-disaster recovery of  Read more...
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Indispensible for collections that support urban planning, public administration, and modern southern history curricula. B. M. Banta, CHOICE

 
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