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Black Sunday

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Gene Monahan

on 5 April 2016

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Transcript of Black Sunday

Dust Storm Definition and Looks
A cloud with lots of soil and dust and turns black. The storm looks like "a cloud of rolling soil," "a curtain of black rolled down," "a dense black cloud," "a huge black cloud in the horizon," and death black.
Different feelings of the people
Dreadful
Misery
Terrified
Scared
"The end of the world"
Hopeless
"A nightmare"
dirty
Our doom
defeated
depressed
The Point of View of Black Sunday
"It was a terrible event!" "A very dreadful day!" "A memorable event!" "The impact is like a shovel of fine sand flung against your face!" "The nightmare is becoming life."
Thanks for watching
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When and Where it Took Place
Black Sunday took place in April 14, 1935. There were many places the storm took place. The storm hit Oklahoma, Arizona, Nebraska, Kansas, New Mexico, Texas, and Colorado. More than 2.5 million people moved to California.
Black Sunday
An unforgettable event! ):
"A thick blanket that blocked out the sun"
BY: COLIN HOOK
Lost
Angry
Choked
Rejected
Relentless
By Colin Hook
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