Photo Gallery: Katrina's Aftermath, Week Two

Aerial View of New Orleans
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September 5, 2005The body of Alcede Jackson rests under a blanket outside his New Orleans home. An epitaph appears in the sign above. Last week New Orleans mayor Ray Nagin said the death toll in his city caused by Hurricane Katrina and subsequent flooding could reach 10,000.

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