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The Dust Bowl Odyessy
Recommended, teaching with Technology, online Course - LinkedIn Learning. Desp erately poor were only one part of the migrants 43 of migrants were farm ers of migrants were white he Joads weeks to get to California dramatized didnt want the state to be taken over by job seekers to discourage migrants /li /ul. Name* Description Visibility Others can see my Clipboard. li /ul Steinbeck and Lange both had an intriguing way of captivating their audience with the issue of the Dust robotspast and future Bowl and immigration to California. California: ul li - -California was better off than the rest of the nation during the Great Depression grew over 100 different crops susceptible to over production workers received higher wages migrants had relatives in California them get started wrote home and made it seem. "Let me tell you how it was. New York: McGraw Hill, 2005. Did the dust come from? The statistics about the Dust Bowl during the Great Depression is just as incriminating as the stories told by John Steinbeck Work Cited Davidson, James and Mark Lytle.
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Essays, dust Bowl Migration: Poverty Stories, Race Stories (James Gregory's "Dust Bowl Migration" published in, poverty in the United States: An Encyclopedia of History, Politics, and Policy, eds. Accompanying the series is, "The Dust Bowl: An Illustrated History written by Dayton Duncan with a preface by Ken Burns, and published by Chronicle Books. The New Migrants ul li -workers were 43 white, 21 Mexican, 17 European, 8 Filipino, 7 Japanese and Japanese introduced new crops Exclusion Act ban Chinese in the.S. But at the start of the 1900s, offers of cheap public land attracted farmers to the region, and in World War I, in the midst of a relatively wet period, a lucrative new wheat market opened. Credit: The Coen Family Collection. The Road: ul li How does the fact that only 43 percent of migrants from the southwest were far m ers change the ideas that Steinbeck and hist orians have tried to port ray? It was seldom used for farming.
1930 s drought - Heavy demand.
The press called them Dust Bowl refugees, although actually few came from the.
Read the oral history interviews in California Odyssey: Dust Bowl Migration.
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