Life During the great depreation

The Dust Bowl was an agricultural, economic and solcial distaster that took place during the 1930s on the Great Plaines of the U.S. Poor farming practices, extream drought and high winds destroyed the farmland of the Great Plains. Severe dust storms were created that would blackout entire towns, destroy farms and kill thousands Thousands of families were forces to migrate to California
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