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  • Personal Narrative Essay: The Super Bowl

    “Good morning class, today we're going to do an essay on a current event of your choice and your opinion of it,” My teacher said, “It doesn’t matter what event you do, it can even be about the Super Bowl.” When she said this, a smile spread across my face, turning a light bulb on in my head. I immediately got to work, writing furiously for the next half hour. I wrote about the defenses,the play calling, and how it could have ended better if the referees…

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  • How The Dust Bowl Affected America

    The Dust Bowl: A Storm that Devastated a Nation The Dust Bowl, a series of extreme dust storms in and around the Great Plains, physically destroyed and emotionally devastated an already depressed America during the 1930s. While still in the midst of the Great Depression, the ecological and agricultural mishaps of farmers caused a drought and dust storm that affected America for years to come. In his book, Dust Bowl: The Southern Plains in the 1930s, Donald Worster states that while…

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  • Why Did The Dust Bowl Occur

    Why did the Dust Bowl occur? In this essay I will be discussing the causes and effects of the dust bowl which happened from 1931 to about 1940. Causes and Effects of the Dust Bowl mainly consisted of major droughts, The Great Depression, and agricultural decline.This affected the Southern Plains more, compared to the Northern Plains. Thousands were affected and had a really hard time living through this horrible era in America. Before 1931 farmers in the midwest made a living from selling…

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  • Women In Super Bowl Advertising

    Since its inception in 1967, the Super Bowl has amassed millions of viewers in the United States and across the globe. Friends and families gather around television screens at homes, in bars and restaurants, and just about anywhere else one can be placed, to watch the big game, the halftime show, and the commercials. Fifty years later, the trend continues, with over 111 million U.S. viewers watching the game live on television in February 2016. (Nielsen, 2016) This number does not include…

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  • The Devastating Dust Bowl: A Natural Disaster

    The Devastating Dust Bowl Would you sell your farm if the only weather were dust? Would you stay and try to farm, with no water? The Dust Bowl is a natural disaster that only happened once. There were only a few unlucky enough to witness it. The Dust Bowl started with a drought, but the effects were much worse, so make sure to bring a handkerchief! To begin with, The Dust Bowl started in 1931 and ended in 1939.1 A combination of things caused it, the most frequently known one being…

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  • What Is The Impact Of The Dust Bowl Essay

    have today. we had to wait till it rained to get water. So the agriculture areas were drying up because of the lack of rain. The dry land would be a key factor of the dust bowl because winds would pick up the dry land and create a massive dust storms that wiped out cities across the U.S., but there is way more to this. The dust bowl left a huge impact on our society because of the great depression, the crash of the stock market, and…

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  • Why Is It Important To Conserve The Dust Bowl?

    heard about the Dust Bowl? If you haven’t, this essay will tell you what the Dust Bowl is and where it took place; it will tell you when the Dust bowl started, how long it lasted, and what was the cause; Last but not least it will tell you what the Soil Conservation Service and the Civilian Conservation Corps is and how they helped, also how long it takes to produce soil and why it is important to conserve it. The Dust Bowl was a tremendous step for everyone. The Dust Bowl is when there is a…

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  • The Dust Bowl: The Aspects Of The Great Depression

    farmers in the Dust Bowl or the city dwellers, and that just depends on what aspect that you look at. The Dust Bowl farmers had a very rough time through the depression because they had no water, and they had no topsoil to even attempt planting a good crop. Although farmers elsewhere had issues because their crops were not selling for as much, they certainly did not have anywhere near the problems the Dust Bowl farmers did; they could at least make a little money off of it. The Dust Bowl…

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  • The Dust Bowl: Manmade And A Natural Disaster

    The dust bowl It’s been eighty years since the dust bowl roared across the southern great plains. This massive dust storm blew from 1934 – 1937 forcing millions to flee their homes with most heading west to California This massive, destructive storm was both manmade and a natural disaster. It was caused by the lack of dryland farming to prevent erosion and severe drought. The dust bowl affected these states; Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Colorado, and Kansas. The worst storm occurred on…

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  • The Grapes Of Wrath And The Dust Bowl Essay

    century also was a time that caused the United States of America in a shaky situation with the effects of the Great Depression and the Dust Bowl. The Great Depression and the Dust bowl effects were shown in John Steinbeck’s novel “The Grapes of Wrath” and the social class. In “The Grapes of Wrath”, the author has introduced us to the effects of the Dust bowl and the great depression era with the Joad…

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