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Transcript of Black Sunday
Tuesday, April 5, 2016
By Evan Black
The Dust Bowl
It all started on April 14, 1935, in the following states: Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, and a sliver of Nebraska. "It was a dense black cloud sped toward them like a giant locomotive," said the article, "The Dust Bowl". The Dust Bowl, otherwise known as Black Sunday, was a dust storm covering a large spot of land. The video, "Black Sunday", said, "It came like a black storm, choking the life of anything in it."
The Dust Times
What Is A Dust Storm? What Did Black Sunday Look Like?
A dust storm is a storm in which dust is blown everywhere, scraping everything and choking living things. As mentioned before, "The Dust Bowl" said, "It was a dense black cloud sped toward them like a giant locomotive." "Black Sunday" said, "It came like a black storm, choking the the life of anything in it."
Black Sunday was on April 14, 1935, in the states Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, and a sliver of Nebraska.
When And Where Did Black Sunday Happen?
What Did People Who Experienced Black Sunday Feel?
Scared, miserable, fatigued, dirty, rejected, scarred, choked, lonely, relentless, empty, selfish, depressed, lost, terrified, angry, and defeated.
What Are The Point Of Views Of The Authors About Black Sunday?
"Dust Storm Disaster" - 1st Person
"The Dust Bowl" - 3rd Person
"Black Sunday: April 14, 1935" - 3rd Person
"Black Sunday" - 3rd Person
"Dust Bowl" - 3rd Person