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BLACK SUNDAY

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Gene Monahan

on 5 April 2016

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Transcript of BLACK SUNDAY

BLACK SUNDAY
Take back the Time
Black Sunday took place on April 14, 1935. It happened in an area called the Dust Bowl, an area including Oklahoma, Arizona, Colorado, Texas, New Mexico, and Kansas. This storm was the last major dust storm of the year.
The huge storm caused terror across the people. Mixed feelings of loneliness, confusion, and loss of hope were shared between the people.
BLACK SUNDAY
THE STORM TO RUIN EVERYTHING
Blackness... choking all the life out of anything that gets in its way...
Lost Forever
Credit
-"Dust Storm Disaster" by Woody Guthrie
Black Sunday was a huge dust storm. It looked like a huge black cloud that covered the sun, almost like a cloud filled with death. It was really a cloud of dust that was brought up from the ground by the wind. It was more that 100 feet of the ground!
THE STORM TO RUIN EVERYTHING
A Great Dust Storm
This is the blackest I have ever seen!!!
Impact
There was also loss of possessions, such as trucks, homes, crops, and even lives were taken away my the deadly black cloud.
-"The Dust Bowl" (resource 2)
- "Black Sunday: April 14, 1935 (resource 3)
BY: VIVIAN ORTA
Vivian Orta
Many personal belongings were lost forever in the storm.
~Crops
~Land
~Homes
~Lives
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