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BLACK SUNDAY - April 14, 1935 - The rains didn't return until 4 years later. When the dust settled in April 1935, scenes like this were repeated throughout the high plains region. Crops were ruined. Farms produced nothing. Livestock died en masse. People abandoned their homes in droves, with little more than the clothes on their back to show for many years of hard work building their homesteads. There was nothing of value to sell, no one to sell to.

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Dorothea Lange. Californie. 1937

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Dust Bowl Documentary Uploaded by Jesse Price on Nov 19, 2007 Images of the Dust Bowl put to the music of Pete Bernhard's "Straightline" from his debut solo album "Things I Left Behind" Category: Music License: Standard YouTube License

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Farming Family from the Oklahoma Dust Bowl, so much personality and grit on each face, tough life.

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July 24, 1935 – The Dust Bowl heat wave reaches its peak, sending temperatures to 109°F (43°C) in Chicago, Illinois and 104°F (40°C) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin above - Dust Masks Worn During the Dust Bowl, 1936

In 1931 the rains stopped and the “black blizzards” began. Powerful dust storms carrying millions of tons of stinging, blinding black dirt swept across the Southern Plains—the panhandles of Texas and Oklahoma, western Kansas, and the eastern portions of Colorado and New Mexico. Topsoil that had taken a thousand years per inch to build suddenly blew away in only minutes. One journalist traveling through the devastated region dubbed it the “Dust Bowl.

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Goggles and face masks were to protect the children from dust pneumonia.

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Dust Bowl - Black Sunday, April 14, 1935

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Dust Bowl Memories This is interesting because it shows pictures and tells the difficulties during the dust bowl and what happens.