Dust Bowl Diary

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U of Nebraska Press, 1984 - Biography & Autobiography - 188 pages
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Portrays the life of the Low family on a stock farm in southeastern North Dakota. Beginning in 1927, it describes times of searing summer heat, dying livestock, dust to the tops of fenceposts, and prices at rock bottom.
  

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User Review  - Sarah - Goodreads

Very informative account of farming in North Dakota during the great depression. It was also an interesting view into the roles of young women during this period. Read full review

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User Review  - Audrey - Goodreads

This is a fascinating memoir of a young girl who survived the dust bowl, the dirty thirties and the great depression and all the hardships that went with these events as she grew up on a farm in North ... Read full review

Contents

Close to the Wind
18
The Squall
36
The Wind Rises 15
45
CHAPTER s The Gale
64
Windshaken
79
The Dust Storms
93
CHAPTERS Windswept
112
The Tempest
134
Current of the Wind
158
Drifting with the Wind
174
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