84 years ago – April 14, 1935 – ‘Black Sunday’ by Kaye Spencer #sweetheartsofthewest #DustBowl #coloradohistory

April 14, 1935 went down in history as “Black Sunday”. A dust storm that people later described as a black blizzard swept over the Oklahoma

History #Trivia – May 1 to May 14 by Kaye Spencer

May 1, 1880 – The first issue of the newspaper, Tombstone Epitaph, is published. The owner stated: Every tombstone should have its epitaph. Read more.

History #Trivia – Week of April 9 – April 15 by Kaye Spencer

April 9, 1872: Samuel R. Percy was issued a patent for dried milk. April 10, 1912: RMS Titanic set sail for its first & last

Black Sunday: April 14, 1935 by Kaye Spencer

Stop by Prairie Rose Publications’ blog for my article about the Dust Bowl of the 1930s and Black Sunday. Click on this link: http://prairierosepublications.blogspot.com/2016/04/81-years-ago-april-14-1935-black-sunday.html Until

Spotlight on History: 79 years ago – April 14, 1935 – Black Sunday – Dust Bowl

Today, in 1935, went down in history as “Black Sunday”. A dust storm that people later described as a black blizzard swept over the Oklahoma