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The Arc artists' work exhibited in Newburgh

The Arc artists' work exhibited in Newburgh

Modern dust storms.  How similar are they to the Dust Bowl storms?

How similar are they to the Dust Bowl storms?

The Dust Bowl 1930:  This picture is a primary credible source because i found it in a historical website. This picture shows the dust bowl, in this condition farming was impossible so, farmers had to leave their farms to look for a job.

Study Reveals The Dust Bowl Was The Worst Drought In 1,000 Years

The storms rolled in and covered everything with thick dust, even making breathing difficult. Some claim that they could not see their hand in front of their face.

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Dust storm. It was conditions of this sort which forced many farmers to abandon the area. Spring 1935. New Mexico

It was conditions of this sort which forced many farmers to abandon the area.

Black Sunday Dust Bowl | Click on Picture to View Larger Image

Dust clouds rollin over the Prairies

Buried in dust. Colorado Dust Bowl 1954

'Plague Upon the Land': Scenes From an American Dust Bowl, 1954

.:  Edmund Dulac  |  'At the end of the day, it isn’t where I came from. Maybe home is somewhere I’m going and never have been before.'  - Warsan Shire  :.

Alone (poem by Edgar Allan Poe) Illustrated by Edmund Dulac, 1912

Poe's Tavern on Sullivan's Island - one of my favorite haunts in the Charleston area.

Must Visit on my December trip

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

Economical: this impacted peoples' farms and crops and production, thus decreasing wages earned.

Sand drifts along fence, Dust Bowl, north of Dalhart, Texas: photo by Dorothea Lange, June 1938 (Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information Collection, Library of Congress)

Sand drift along fence. Dust Bowl, north of Dalhart, Texas. (b film nitrate neg.

19. The Raven – Other friends have flown before

19. The Raven – Other friends have flown before

Labor camp. The inscription on the mountain translated reads: "P.R.R.A. New Deal" (Puerto Rico Resettlement Administration New Deal). Puerto Rico. Rosskam, Edwin, 1903-, photographer. LC-USF34-012508-E (b film nitrate neg.).

The inscription on the mountain translated reads: "P. New Deal" (Puerto Rico Resettlement Administration New Deal). (b film nitrate neg.

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Furrowing against the wind to check the drift of sand. Dust Bowl, north of Dalhart, Texas Photographer Dorothea Lange Created June 1938 Photogrammar

Alone, Edgar Allen Poe

Alone, Edgar Allen Poe: hard to read but cool

What You Should Know About the Dust Bowl and How It Could Happen Again: Shelterbelt planting.

How the Dust Bowl Environmental Disaster Impacted the US Economy

What was the Dust Bowl of the Great Depression, why did the Dust Bowl happen, and could the Dust Bowl happen again?

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