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Dust Bowl

The dust bowl was an ecological and economic disaster in the 1930s that turned parts of the Great Plains of the United States into a wasteland ravaged by giant dust storms. Three factors were involved: overuse of the land, a long drought and falling prices for farm products.
Farmers had drought conditions, land was over farmed. Almost daily  dust storms and heat.
The great Dust Bowl started on the Great Plains of the USA and  Canada, areas where forests didn't exist. It was caused by the  failure of the farming industry to properly adapt farming  techniques to prevent wind erosion. Deep rooted grasses were  removed allowing for greater wind erosion and...
Most people couldn't handle the Dust Bowl and moved to the West so they will survive.
Well the Dust Bowl force a lot of people who where farmers to move from there house because the drought was not letting them grow the crops the need to pay for there mortgage and they could pay it off. and if the farming can't grow crops the market place cant sell them.
Oklahoma, new mexico, and colorado
Between 1931 and 1940 a ton of soil blew out of the central and southern great plains this is why the region is known as the dust bowl. clearing of grasslandserosion overgrazing
The Dust Bowl hit areas of Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, Oklahoma, Texas, and New Mexico.
Big time. They were basically the most major pests during the dust bowl and there are house pests like millipedes during the dust bowl.
no it did not help them   It did not necessarily help them survive, but it did help them to forget about the dust and other hardships they faced.
New Mexico, Arkansas,Colorado,Oklahoma,and Nevada
It occurred in the high plains and the southern plains of the US It occurred during the 1930s By 1934, 100 million acres had lost all or most of their topsoil By 1935, people were getting and dying from dust pneumonia Static electricity from the storms caused cars to short out. For more...
The worst dust bowl occurred in the period between 1930 until 1936, however in some areas lasted until 1940.
Dust Bowl farmers moved to California
Mainly their lack of erosion-countering methods such as crop rotation, fallowing fields, and cover cropping. The most common tillage method was plowing, which left the soil completely exposed to the power of the wind, especially during and following the drought that started in 1934. It is now...
extreme drought for 8 years in total and also very poor farming techniques on the behalf of the inhabitants.
It was like living in smoke, people had to sleep with with wet clothes over their faces or they would choke on dust.
They used wet rags and cloths to cover openings.
some people not alot by Wendy c love ya friends
The dust bowl took place in Texas, Okhlahoma, New mexico, Colorado and Kansas
  The dust bowl was mainly in The Great Plains of the United States of America.
The term term bowl refers to conditions on the great plains which occurred most noticeably in 1934 and 1936. The areas hit hardest were in the Texas pan handle, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, the Dakotas and up into Canada. Excessive and improper plowing killed the natural grass, dry weather hit and...
By using intensive farming practices that removed protective grasses-- novanet
The Dust Bowl was a huge impact on the great drepsion. People were devistated from the dust bowl.They couldn't grow any crops because there land was bare.
they were called okies and they came from the southern plains around the time of the great depression looking for work most aiming for california.this was around 1930 to 1935
The Dust Bowl taught farmers new farming methods and techniques.  The most valuable lesson was to tell themto take care of the land  better.
Yes, yes, and yes again! Many deaths were reported in the dust bowl, mostly Old' uns.
its because it didn't rain
the dustbowl refugees....
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the dust bowl occurred because of drought, over plowing, and....
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The dust bowl became significant when it started having an effect on the agriculture and economy. The dust storms started in 1930 and were over in many areas in 1936. In some places they continued to 1940.
Mostly in the Great Plains states. Such as: Colorado, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, and Wyoming.
The Dust Bowl of the 1930s lasted about a decade. The dust bowl winds began in 1932 but the Dust Bowl got its name from the horrendous winds beginning in 1935. The primary area it effected was the southern Plains. The northern Plains were not hit so badly but the drought, the blowing dust, and the...
They both occurred approximately the same time during the 1930's.
The regions most affected were the panhandles of Texas and Oklahoma.
After over harvesting the fields followed by a serious drought.
No, she already lived there with her family in North Dakota.
cornbread, beans and potatos
The states that were impacted by the Dust Bowl are Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas, North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Montana, New Mexico, Nebraska, Iowa, Wyoming, and Colorado. The "Dust Bowl" generally is used to refer to a severe drought of the early 1930s which affected the states listed above. It...
12% of the population in that area
When the Dust Bowl hit, in several counties of eastern Oklahoma, 90 percent of the population went on the dole (government aid). Some of the other states in the Dust Bowl region lost half of their population, as the "Okies" and "Arkies" fled across the desert to California. They were hoping to find...
The dust bowl was caused by both people and nature. People cleared away existing vegetation in order to make the land ready to farm, and then when there was a period of reduced rain, the land dried up and got very dusty.
The government encouraged plowing up the virgin sod in straight lines without concern for windbreaks, contour farming and crop rotation. It was a recipe for disaster.
They did not practice crop rotation. The soil be lacking in nutrients, crops wouldn't grow and without the crop roots, the soil became very mobile in the wind.
The Dust Bowl is a weather crisis that took place around the same time as the setting of To Kill A Mockingbird. The setting of the book takes place during the Great Depression. A specific definition of The Dust Bowl is that it was a drought in the South(where Scout and Jem lived-Alabama) that led to...
The Dust Bowl of the 1930s lasted about a decade. The dust bowl winds began in 1932 but the Dust Bowl got its name from the horrendous winds beginning in 1935. The primary area it effected was the southern Plains. The northern Plains were not hit so badly but the drought, the blowing dust, and the...
It effected California because they had to worry about the Okies. They truly hated the Okies. They even called them cuss words and dumb okies. Okie children had a hard time in public schools. They got in a lot of fights just because of who they were. That is pretty sad!
The dust bowl is when the  top soil was blown away, so life got harder because nothing would  grow with the precious top soil. 
Everyone was so happy. They celebrated everywhere!
The Dust Bowl occurred because of drought. It occurred because of farmers overusing the land and not rotating crops, planting the same things year after year. It occurred because of severe wind storms in the area.
the last greatest storm of the dust bowl. it was on April 14, 1945.
Southwest Kansas and the Texas and Oklahoma Panhandles were affected most by the Dust Bowl. The dust bowl winds began in 1932 but the Dust Bowl got its name from the horrendous winds beginning in 1935. The primary area it effected was the southern Plains. The northern Plains were not hit so badly...
about 5 million people left the area in 1940   by Chelsea b.    about 5 million people left the area in 1940    by Chelsea b.
Reusing the soil using poor farming techniques, and the major drought were factors in creating the Dust Bowl.
they lost there homes due to the lack of fertilisation and also to the great depression. They migrated North to see if any thing was better there but it might have been worse but who really knows. But when they thought there land was good again they headed back.
Grapes of Wrath is Steinbeck's famous novel about the Dust  Bowl and the migration to California by an Okie family. It was made  into a successful movie.
The Dust Bowl of the 1930s was caused by poor use of the land by farmers and the lack of agricultural knowledge (mostly which did not exist in the 30s) about protecting the soil. The Dust Bowl happened in areas of the middle section of the US because the native grasses (sod) that held the soil...
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it was dusty and people could not see and over 5million people left because of it   by Chelsea b.
It did not affect California
Many people died due to the famine. Most people moved to the West (mostly California) to look for jobs.
just draw a bunch of clouds and get a paint brush and put it on water and gently spread the brush on the paper and a little bit of color paint and add houses if u want to
People did die in the dust bowl. They died from getting to much dust in there lungs. It was a very sad time in history.
    The Grapes of Wrath     ==Answer==     The Grapes of Wrath was certainly about the depression, but Jimmy Stewart wasn't in it. Henry Fonda was the star in the Grapes of Wrath.
There were 14 severe dust storms in 1932 and in 1933 there were 38 of them reported. In 1937 there were 134 dust storms.   http://factoidz.com/facts-about-the-dust-bowl/   It is impossible to count the number of wind storms that contributed to the Great Dust Bowl of the 1930's. In one day...
A real lot of people, around 10,000,000 to be more specific.
The Dust Bowl of the 1930s lasted about a decade. The dust bowl winds began in 1932 but the Dust Bowl got its name from the horrendous winds beginning in 1935. The primary area it effected was the southern Plains. The northern Plains were not hit so badly but the drought, the blowing dust, and the...
The displaced farmers of the Dust Bowl became the migrants described in John Steinbeck's, Grapes of Wrath. Families from Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Nevada and Arkansas, packed what they could in cars and trucks and headed west.
In Kansas and texas
because the srurived the storm with all of the children
They were known derisively as "Okies" as many of them came from Oklahoma.
They were not very welcoming due to the fact of already having existing unemployment.
no the wheat crop crash was in 1928, the dust bowl happend in 1934
drought and over use killed all the grass and made it disappear. with just the topsoil exposed, high winds picked up the loose dirt and whirled it for miles, destroying everything.
Yes. A severe drought and the inability to reduce the erosion of topsoil by the wind could create another similar occurance.
From 1935-1940 the Dust Bowl affected Americans all over the Great Plains. Farmers since the founding of the United States did not practice crop rotation. Which made the dirt dry and unfit for any type of vegetation. During World War I (when grain prices were high), farmers plowed up thousands of...
From 1935-1940 the Dust Bowl affected Americans all over the Great Plains. Farmers since the founding of the United States did not practice crop rotation. Which made the dirt dry and unfit for any type of vegetation. During World War I (when grain prices were high), farmers plowed up thousands of...
The Dust Bowl impacted the U.S. 1931 to 1939.