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For days, many felt forgotten

Food and water give relief after promises went unmet

Children waiting for help slept on the sidewalk yesterday in front of the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans.
By Keith O'Brien
Globe Correspondent / September 3, 2005

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NEW ORLEANS -- The ragged evacuees were still coming yesterday, walking past the shattered storefronts of French Quarter daiquiri shops and T-shirt stores, bound for the convention center downtown in search of food, water, and help. (Full article: 1005 words)

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