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DON'T FORGET WINONA
New York : Joanna Cotler,
long time ago, there was a terrible drought in Oklahoma. During the
1930s, there was very little rain and the land dried up. No crops
would grow. People lost their homes since they couldn't make a living.
These folks loaded up their cars and took off hoping for a better life
in California. Here is the story of one family.
Droughts -- Great Plains -- Fiction.
Sisters -- Fiction.
Family life -- Oklahoma -- Fiction.
Oklahoma -- Fiction.
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