Here is where they all are, so far. Look at the Arkansas numbers. Everyone has been praising the generosity of Texas and we have forgotten Arkansas.
TEXAS: About 97,000 in shelters; more in hotels or other housing
ARKANSAS: About 70,000 in shelters, motels and private homes
LOUISIANA: 55,537 in 216 Red Cross shelters; 54,622 in 201 shelters
MISSISSIPPI: 18,343 in 117 shelters, more in motels, hotels and private homes
ALABAMA: 2,494 in shelters; as many as 4,000 in hotels
MISSOURI: About 5,860 at hotels, churches and relatives' homes
OKLAHOMA: 2,352 in four shelters
KENTUCKY: 1,650, several hundred sought assistance at a city center
GEORGIA: More than 1,500 in 17 Red Cross shelters.
ILLINOIS: About 1,200
NORTH CAROLINA: 1,167 in shelters, hotels and private homes
INDIANA: At least 1,150 evacuees
KANSAS: Fewer than 1,000 in churches, hotels and homes
SOUTH CAROLINA: At least 800 families in hotels, motels, private residences
OHIO: At least 873, plus 141 families
FLORIDA: 852 in nine emergency shelters (but not in my backyard, by golly)
COLORADO: About 650 in shelters and with relatives and friends
MICHIGAN: 247 at Fort Custer Training Center; Red Cross are assisting 300 families
WISCONSIN: Nearly 400 at Milwaukee's State Fair Park; 210 with friends or family
UTAH: 443 at Camp Williams; up to 22 at hospitals.
MARYLAND: Between 300 and 550 people seeking Red Cross or local assistance
ARIZONA: About 335 in Phoenix shelter; about 80 in Tucson
WEST VIRGINIA: 315
MINNESOTA: More than 270, mostly with friends, families and in churches
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: About 215 at the D.C. Armory
PENNSYLVANIA: At least 200 in homes, shelters, other locations
MASSACHUSETTS: About 107 at Camp Edwards.
NEW MEXICO: 50 at the Albuquerque Convention Center
TAGS: Hurricane Katrina, refugees