Life during the great depression

Kiera Donnelly

The Dust Bowl was an agricultural, economic, and social disaster that occurred on the Great Plains of the U.S. during the 1930's. Poor farming practices, severe drought and high winds devastated the farmland and created huge dust storms tat killed thousands. The Dust Bowl forced thousands of families to move west.
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