Life During the great depression

The Dust Bowl was a 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, created huge dust storms that killed thousands. The Dust Bowl forced thousands of families to move west.
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