Sicily in Shadow and in Sun: The Earthquake and the American Relief Work

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SICILY IN SHADOW
AND IN SUN
THE EARTHQUAKE AND THE
AMERICAN RELIEF WORK

BY

MAUD HOWE

AUTHOR OF "ROMA BEATA," "SUN AND SHADOW
IN SPAIN," "TWO IN ITALY," ETC.

With numerous illustrations Including pictures from photographs taken in Sicily and original drawings by
JOHN ELLIOTT

BOSTON

LITTLE, BROWN, AND COMPANY

1910

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Table of contents

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  • Books on Italy and Spain *
  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword vii
  • Contents xiii
  • List of Illustrations xv
  • I- Messina Destroyed 1
  • II- The Straits of Death 39
  • III- America to the Rescue 77
  • IV- The Cruise of the "Bayern" 116
  • V- Royal Visitors 161
  • VI- At Palazzo Margherita 191
  • VII- Building the New Messina 217
  • VIII- The Camp by Torrente Zaera 248
  • IX- Guests at Camp 269
  • X- The Villaggio Regina Elena 293
  • XI- Taormina 312
  • XII- Syracuse 344
  • XIII- Palermo 377
  • XIV- Mr. Roosevelt at Messina 427
  • XV- Easter 446
  • XVI- Messina 463
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