(History.com staff) “2.5m people fled the areas that had been affected by the dust bowl”. Because of all the debris, it was hard to even breathe in that area. “Dust clouds rose as high as 10,000, making it impossible for people to live there”. The dust clouds not only were super big, but took a long time to go by too. “Drought struck from 1934 until 1937 there was a drought, so there was no water for the families”.
He needed to survive through many challenges. The desert was extremely hot, he didn’t have enough food or water, and he lost his Uncle Jewiir in the desert who was the only family Salva had that he knew of. The desert was truly a horrendous place. Salva was able to keep going because of his
Ironically the same day that the Donner party the Hasting’s prepared to go east from California to see what his shortcut was like. After three weeks of easy travel the Donner group ended up in Independence, Missouri. After a good nights sleep and a resupply they headed out the date was May 12, 1846 to the west where there was a thunderstorm. About a week later the party came up upon a large wagon train controlled by colonel William H. Russell. They were camped by Indian creek about 100 miles west from Independence, Missouri.
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Soon, the storm was 500 miles wide, with winds of more than 155 miles per hour. For several days, it moved west across the Atlantic with a forward speed of about 20 mph. Consequently, ships near the storm
Many of them were in the detention centers for three years. The camps that the Nisei’s were sent to were not pleasant for them. The camps had no air conditioning, heating, water, or plumbing. They were built quickly therefore not sturdy or clean. They were located in deserts and sand would get through the holes overnight.
It’s 7:00 in the morning but the sky is still so dark as if it’s still midnight. However, I can’t find a single star in the sky. I looked at my shaking body and slightly laughed sarcastically as white mist came out of my mouth. “3 years of experience in Utah and can’t even stand this temperature?” I spoke to myself. I examined the environment.
My small family lived in the rainy city of Tillamook Oregon. Our house was an old building at the end of a street in a dense wooded area. I still remembered the smell that permeated in the air that evening: a combination of gingery sweetness of wild flowers, hazelnut pie crust and ripe raspberries. The smell of a hot summer evening, when the sun had already hidden its rays for the night, but the Earth was breathing out the steam of the day fever. That July, two years ago, was particularly hot, humid and promising to be boring.