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it affected the Midwest by not leaving any crops to grow, it killed a lot of livestock and left many farmers, or "Okies" as the great plains farmers were called, withought hope. Many decided to migrate to Calfornia and other places in the west in search of new jobs.

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Farmers were devastated, many were forced to leave farming for work out west.

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