Black Sunday - Part 1


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  • Introduction
  • Welcome!
  • Nature in Balance
  • Ripping Up Grass
  • On a specific Sunday, April 14, 1935, there was this special land that the Native Americans loved, it was called the Southern Plains. The Native nations like the Comanche and Kiowa called the land their home land.
  • The Native nations planted millions of tall prairie grasses. Some would be 6 feet tall and some would be 9 feet into the ground. Those prairie grasses were practically indestructible. They could survive pounding hooves of buffaloes, fire ignited by lighting stokes, frozen winters, roasting summers, and bone-dry years pf drought.
  • By the 1800s, the U.S. government wanted to fill up the American wilderness so, the government unfairly kicked out the Native nations and lured in white settlers to the area. The government started to sell the land at a very cheap price or sometimes the government might offer a land for free.
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