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Staff. 1949. “Another flood victim found: damage May be $30,000 8 dead; 2 in hospital.” Barbados Advocate. Bridgetown: Barbados. Sept. 3. pp. 1-7.

Flood

Date: October 16, 1960

Location: St Andrew and St Thomas

Cause: Thunderstorm

Source:  

Staff. 1960. “Extracts from the Barbadian Newspaper.” The Journal of the Barbados Museum Historical Society. Vol. 28, No. 1, pp 17.

Flood

Date: October 22, 1960

Location: St Joseph (Frizer Plantation)

Cause: Thunderstorm

Source:  

Staff. 1960. “Extracts from the Barbadian Newspaper.” The Journal of the Barbados Museum Historical Society. Vol. 28, No. 1, pp 17.

Flood

Date: October 9, 1962

Location: Speightstown

Cause: Heavy Rain

Source:  

Staff. 1966. “Extracts from the Barbados Globe.” The Journal of the Barbados Museum Historical Society. Vol. 30, No. 1, pp 47-48.

Flood

Date: October 2, 1970

Location: Barbados

Cause: Tropical Cyclone

Source

CRED. 2004. “EM-DAT: the OFDA/CRED international disaster data base.Center for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED): Brussles: Belgium. Found on: April 8, 2004. Found at: http://www.em-dat.net/.

AltSource:

Farnum, F.C., and Narayan, K. 2004. “Personal communication, May20th.” Chief Hydrologist and Hydrologist.  Caribbean Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology: Bridgetown, Barbados.   

AltSource:

Staff. 1970. “Millions of $$ Damage by Floods.” Barbados Advocate. Bridgetown: Barbados. October, 4. pp. 1-15. AltSource:

Staff. 1970. “Heavy damage up North from floods” Barbados Advocate. Bridgetown: Barbados. October, 6. pp. 8-9.

AltSource:

Staff. 1970. “Downpour causes flooding” Barbados Advocate. Bridgetown: Barbados. October, 15. pp. 1.

Flood

Date: October 30, 1970

Location: Barbados

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