The Dust Bowl of the thirties has been called one of the worst natural disasters in recorded history. The storms lasted for ten years and ruined land, farms, and lives throughout the Midwest—from Canada, the Texas and Oklahoma panhandles, and parts of New Mexico, Colorado, and Kansas.
In Dust: The Love Story, by Ellen Lagos Diamant, we meet the people who lived in the dust. We see their hopes and dreams, their loves and betrayals—some lives shattered beyond repair, some lives rebuilt with hope—and how the storms affected them all.
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Published September 10, 2010
by Dorrance Publishing Co. Inc..
History, Literature & Fiction.