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Dust Bowl

The dust bowl was a time where everything was dried out and there were major dust storms.
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Jessica Stockton

on 24 March 2010

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Transcript of Dust Bowl

Great Depression
of the Dust Bowl Dust and wind storms Massive dust storms
blew from Texas
all the way to the
Atlantic Ocean. Burried houses,
ruined cars and
farm machines. Drought Drought led to
the dust bowl
ripped up crops
and dried
everything out Big Black clouds
rolling across the states. Main states were
Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas,
and New Mexico.

Left to California Evacuated from
homes Werent aloud
in City Stayed in
camps outside
city Worked outside
the city picture 1 http://static.howstuffworks.com/gif/dust-bowl-cause-1.jpg
picture 2 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dust_Bowl
picture 3 http://digitalartpress.files.wordpress.com/2008/10/dust_bowl_-_dallas_south_dakota_19361.jpgpicture 4

Bibliography lasted from 1930 to 1939 called black snow 1935 black sunday came small chance of living
if caught in dust storm agricultural failure, including
both cropland and
livestock operations migration from rural to
urban areas and out of the region extended severe drought
and unusually high temperatures camps with jobs
and living place started a new life
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