445 pages, 6 x 8 9/10
Ideal for courses in American history, this book gathers first-person accounts of the trauma of the Thirties in the Heartland and assesses these accounts from the distance of several decades
This book... offers readers an intimate understanding of natural, economic, and political facets of one of the greatest environmental disasters to befall the United States.'
- Great Plains Research
The journalism included in this volume is of a very high quality, politically charged and historically rich. A useful resource for students of American history.'<br> - <b><i>Kirkus Reviews</i></b
Americans View Their Dust Bowl Experience offers a compelling selection of eyewitness accounts, newspaper reports, and contemporary magazine articles. These documents put words to the faces and make the past live again.'
- James P. Ronda, author of Lewis and Clark Among the Indians
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