Hello solitude, my old friend. I’ve come to stay with you again… I am a solitary person by nature. My comfort zone is a combination
I live in the ‘bowl’ of 1930s Dust Bowl region of southeastern Colorado. Every so many years, we get dust storms that are reminiscent of
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
May 1, 1880 – The first issue of the newspaper, Tombstone Epitaph, is published. The owner stated: Every tombstone should have its epitaph. Read more.
April 9, 1872: Samuel R. Percy was issued a patent for dried milk. April 10, 1912: RMS Titanic set sail for its first & last
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
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