life in the dust

life in the dust

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  • DeAnna Dillon D'Souza CHC 2D7 Friday, April 28, 2017
  • In the 1920's, Canadians were living lavishly in the great boom that they have been blessed with of good land, harvest and money.
  • After years of trying to build up this community, I think we can finally say that we did it.
  • Canada began to boom and economy skyrocketed. Canadians, expecting that this would last forever, took advantage of the luscious fields and crops
  • I collected all of the harvest. Pa's going to be so proud of me.
  • Economy continues to rise, and Canadians are noticing this dramatic increase, and using it to their advantage.
  • Pa, I harvested all the food. We'll be able to eat forever. Look, we can sell some to get money, and we'll be rich
  • Plague, drought and erosion take over the once lush fields and land, leaving the Prairies dry. Those living here, begin to question how they'll be able to manage living this way.
  • Economy has finally had enough and has reached the maximum. Canadians in the Prairies are one of the first to be affected by the crash.
  • It's all gone. Our food, our way of getting money. What am I supposed to feed my family? They'll starve. What am I supposed to do?
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