Post-Katrina New Orleans Learns from its Forefathers

New Orleans relied on floodwalls built by the Army Corps of Engineers, but faulty engineering and construction caused the walls to collapse. Now New Orleans knows what its forefathers knew: build high. See the story in the Times-Picayune Tuesday, October 24, 2006 or at

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