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[photograph: Black Sunday, SW Kansas Dust Bowl, April near Dodge City…

The 8 Wonders of Kansas History - A Kansas Sampler Foundation Project

The 8 Wonders of Kansas History - A Kansas Sampler Foundation Project 1936 Most of MidWest was affected

Dust Bowl -always reminds me of my Grandpa Pete, and his family.

Her farm is nearly barren, her husband's health is failing, and each day brings a new onslaught of terrible storms, but in Catherine Henderson is resolved to stay in the dust bowl.

Thick cumulonimbus builds on the plains of red barn in Ellis County Kansas.

Rise & Shine (35 Photos)

Photo by Thomas Zimmerman. "A violent thunderstorm builds on the plains of Kansas over a beautiful red barn in Ellis County, Kansas." I was born in Ellis County!

NASA-studie: 1934 torrast på 1000 år

One of South Dakota's "Black Blizzards": photographer unknown, 1934 (Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library) The dust rose up over.

About to be engulfed in a gigantic dust cloud is a peaceful little ranch in Boise City, Oklahoma where the topsoil is being dried and blown away during the years of the Dust Bowl in central North America. Severe drought, poor farming techniques and devastating storms rendered millions of acres of farmland useless. This photo was taken on April 15, 1935.

Gigantic dust cloud in Boise City, Oklahoma. Severe drought, poor farming techniques and devastating storms rendered millions of acres of farmland useless. This photo was taken on April

Famous Dust Bowl | The Dust Bowl, 1930s, Great Plains: Years of unwise farming practices ...

Environmental disasters in the United States

“Dust Over Texas.” Huge boiling masses of dust that blocked out the sun were common sights in Texas during the Dust Bowl years. In: “To Hold This Soil”, Russell Lord, 1938. Miscellaneous Publication No. 321, U.S. Department of Agriculture. Circa 1935

NOAA Images: Wretched Weather

'Dust Over Texas' circa 1935 - "Huge boiling masses of dust that blocked out the sun were common sights in Texas during the Dust Bowl years. In: “To Hold This Soil”, Russell Lord, Miscellaneous Publication No. Department of Agriculture (Dust Bowl)

lightning | por just me julie

July & August we pray for less of this kind of beauty as it starts forest fires. But it is amazing when it is pouring!

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