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The Dust Bowl

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Gene Monahan

on 5 April 2016

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Transcript of The Dust Bowl

What is a Dust Storm and What it looks like
A dust storm is a cloud that has top soil all through out it. "It reached from the ground more than 100 feet in the sky." It looked like a "curtain of black rolled down." The Cloud was "A thick blanket that blocked out the sun
The Feelings of the people who experienced this event
Fatigued
Scarred
Depressed
Chocked
Lost
Defeated
Scared
Miserable
Hopeless
What was the Point of View of Black Sunday?
When and Where it took place
The storm took place on April 14, 1935 and predominantly affected the southern plains including the following states, Dakota, Nebraska, Oklahoma city, Arizona line and the Lazy Rio Grande. Also, Albuquerque and Clovis, and all New Mexico, Dodge City, Kansas and Denver, Colorado.
Credits to Google
Images and Bensound
Black Sunday
A devastating event in history
"It came like a black wall chocking the life out of anything in it's way"
"We live with the dust, eat it, sleep with it, and watch us strip us of possessions and the hope of possessions."
"No light in the world could penetrate that swirling murk."
By: Mason Bortner
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