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Dust Bowl farm. Coldwater District, north of Dalhart, Texas. This house is occupied; most of the houses in this district have been abandoned. Photo: Dorothea Lange
Courage and Muriel are just around the house. :) The History Place - Dorothea Lange Photo Gallery: Scenes from the Dustbowl: A Dustbowl Farm
Source: Photograph 1932 Normally farmers were safe from the effects of a depression, but this time not. At this time it was not only the Great Depression which hit the farmers also strong wind came up and destroyed their Land, the first time 1932.The area were the storms toke place was called "Dust Bowl". The area became a desert and the farmers had to live their houses .
Hard Times: Old House with Windmill, Oklahoma Dust Bowl.
Dustbowl farm. Coldwater District, north of Dalhart, Texas. This house is occupied; most of the houses in this district have been abandoned. By Dorothea Lange.
Photograph of an American farm woman during the Dust Bowl in the 1930′s.
Entire cities could be cast into darkness as large swells of dust would mount into tidal waves, covering every inch for miles.
A dust storm in Texas, April 18, 1935. Photo by George E. Marsh, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Unbelievable!!!
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Toil. Dust Bowl Corn Field, ca1937 by erjkprunczýk, via Flickr
The Dust Bowl affected 100 million acres of land in the panhandles of Oklahoma and Texas, along with the bordering lands of New Mexico, Colorado, and Kansas. -NS
Dorothea Lange, dust bowl era
Long Journey Begins:July 1936. "Drought area of North Dakota. Family leaving drought-stricken farm for Oregon or Washington." Photo by Arthur Rothstein. One thing is for sure, they weren't headed for Disney World.
Just arrived from Kansas. On highway going to potato harvest. Near Merrill, Klamath County, Oregon. By Dorothea Lange.
Cockney sharp shooters? by lovedaylemon, via Flickr
March for peace (Washington, D.C.): I won't fight in Vietnam (1965)
Pannenkoeken bakken / Making pancakes