‘Dirty ’30s’ still stinging in Oklahomans’ memories

BY ROBERT BARRON Published: November 5, 2012
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ENID — The dust seemed to rise and hang in the air like floating death. Dirt where crops could be raised blew away, suffocated livestock and brought “dust pneumonia” to people trying to eke out a living on Oklahoma farms.

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