American Drought In The 1930's

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The 1930s in America were not prosperous years for the nation. The time saw a drought that could be compared to biblical proportions. News people were saying conditions were awful. According to source #1, the drought, the drought covered close to 100 million acres. It toke A out of the plans. The drought got to a lot of the states and it did not turn out good at all. The big drought toke one third of the great plans. According to 4, the drought did not cause the black blizzards. Every 25 years it will happen and it is not good. The southern plains was plowed settlers who brought their farming. Wheat crops in high demand during World War 2. In the dust covered land no one or anything is safe

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