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Oklahoma - Remember the stories your folks, grandparents might have told about "Black Sunday," 14 April 1935, when the sun was blacked out during the black dust storm during the Spring of 1935? [more]... View/Write Comments (count 0)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


Dust storm Thursday Brought Foreign Soil Navarro County At Rate of Half Ton Per Acre - 1935

Here is another dust storm story from the same newspaper, dated Tuesday, 16 April 1935, page 5, news article from the Corsicana Semi-Weekly Light, out of Corsicana, Texas, written by Mike Rinehart: "Dust Storm Thursday Brought Foreign Soil Navarro County At Rate of Half Ton Per Acre."

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1935 - Residents Of Nation's Dust Bowl Looking Hopefully For Rains Falling On All Sides

Four or five days after the last news reports of April, 1935, the corsicana Semi-Weekly Light, of Corsicana, Texas, dated 19 April 1935, Friday, page 1, reported: "Residents of Nation's Dust Bowl Looking Hopefully ForRains Falling On All Sides."

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1935 - To Read Or Write? That's the Question

This little tidbit is was written by the famous Oklahoman, Will Rogers, on that fateful Black Sunday, 14 April 1935, Sunday, page 13, in The Independent Record, of Helena, Montana: "To Read or Write? That's the Question."

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April, 1935 - Dust Forces Laura Ingalls Down; Plane Is Not Damaged

It was in The Independent Record, Helena, Montana, dated 17 April 1935, Wednesday, page 1, the following headline read: "Dust Forces Laura Ingalls Down; Plane Is Not Damaged." (Is this the same Laura Ingalls that was infamous in the book, "Little House on the Prairie?")

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Walking With Sweet Sadie

Oklahoma - Looking through the old newspaper archives of the 1930s we are researching the day the sun was blacked out across parts of the Texas and Oklahoma panhandle, northwestern New Mexico, southeastern Colorado and southwestern Kansas, on 15 April 1935.

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1935 - Appalling Economic Loss Swirling With Dust Out of West and Southwest Areas

This is another dust storm story from the same newspaper, dated Tuesday, 16 April 1935, page 5, news article from the Corsicana Semi-Weekly Light, out of Corsicana, Texas, "Appalling Figures Economic Loss Swirling With Dust Out of West and Southwest Areas."

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April, 1935 - Human Life Menaced By Middle West Dust Reign

It was in the Oakland Tribune, Oakland, California, dated 13 April 1935, Saturday, page 1, that we found this article written by Robert Geiger concerning: "Human Life Menaced by Middle West Dust Reign."

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April 1935 - Dust Zone Has Worst of All Storms As Farmers Go To pray for All of Rain

It was in the 15 April 1935, Monday, page 1, in The Independent Record, of Helena, Montana that we found this concerning the dust bowl: "Dust Zone Has Worst of All Storms As Farmers Go To Pray For Fall of Rain."

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Urban Folk Music (American Folk Music) of Woody Guthrie & Pete Seeger

The "urban folk" music of Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger started in 1941 and reached its peak in the early 1950s. It was part of an "urban folk revival" in the late 1950s and early 1960s, featuring pop-folk acts such as the Kingston Trio and peter, Paul & Mary. It is the music that is referred to as "folk music" by most people and epitomized by the music of JoanBaez and Bob Dylan.

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1935 - The Dust Bowl .... If It Rains

Oklahoma - Let us take a trip back to the mid-1930s 15 April 1935, with this front page news article from the Miami Daily News-Record, Miami, Oklahoma, written by Associated Press Staff Writer, Robert Geiger: "Life In Dust Bowl of United States Being Ruled Today By Three Words ... "If It Rains."

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1935 - Another Rolling Dust Cloud Over Southwest Area

Yet another dust storm story from the same newspaper, dated Tuesday, 16 April 1935, page 1, news article from the Corsicana Semi-Weekly Light, out of Corsicana, Texas: "Another Rolling Dust Cloud Over Southwest Area."

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Dust Storm Hovers Near California In Sweep Westward

This article was found in the Oakland Tribune, Oakland, California, dated 13 April 1935, Saturday, page 1, that we found this article written by Julian A. Beaman, United Press Staff Correspondent: "Dust Storm Hovers Near California In Sweep Westward."

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April 1935 - Great Dust Storm Told By Reporter

It was in the 15 April 1935, Monday, page 1, in The Independent Record, of Helena, Montana that we found this concerning the dust bowl: "Great Dust Storm Told By Reporter," Caught in it; cloud rises thousand feet; Car stalled amid heaps.

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May 1935 - Extra! Extra! Rain Falls In Dust Bowl

The Iola Register, Iola, Kansas, dated 2 May 1935, Thursday, page 1, reported: "Extra! Extra! Rain Falls In Dust Bowl," with the largest precipitation in three years in Baca County, Colorado of a total .3 inches of rain falling on the dust bowl.

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