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The Dust Bowl through the lens

how photography revealed and helped remedy a national disaster

by Martin W. Sandler

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Published by Walker & Co. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dust Bowl Era, 1931-1939 -- Juvenile literature,
  • Farmers -- Great Plains -- History -- 20th century -- Juvenile literature,
  • Dust Bowl Era, 1931-1939 -- Pictorial works -- Juvenile literature,
  • Farmers -- Great Plains -- History -- 20th century -- Pictorial works -- Juvenile literature,
  • Documentary photography -- United States -- History -- 20th century -- Juvenile literature,
  • Great Plains -- History -- 20th century -- Juvenile literature,
  • Great Plains -- History -- 20th century -- Pictorial works -- Juvenile literature

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMartin W. Sandler.
    GenreJuvenile literature, Pictorial works
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF595 .S24 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23150328M
    ISBN 100802795471, 080279548X
    ISBN 109780802795472, 9780802795489
    LC Control Number2008055979

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    Sweeney’s interpretation of familiar events through the lens of drought lays the groundwork for understanding why the U.S. government’s reaction to the Dust Bowl of the s was such a radical departure from previous federal responses. Synonyms for The Dust Bowl in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for The Dust Bowl. 6 words related to dust bowl: geographic area, geographic region, geographical area, geographical region, Great Plains, Great Plains of North America. What are synonyms for The Dust Bowl?

      What: Through a Compassionate Lens: Life in Linnell Camp, a collection of photographs from the s to the s When: p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays from Sept. 2 to Oct. 2Author: Teresa Douglass.   —School Library Journal, starred review of Lincoln Through the Lens “Seldom has the connection between the arts and the general quality of life been made so clear.” —School Library Journal, starred review, on Dust Bowl Through the Lens “Inspiring .


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/5(14). The book is more focused on how the photography captured the heartbreaking images of families and dust bowl survivors as well as the destruction of dust along the way. If you are interested in the Dust Bowl, this book is aimed at children readers but I found some of the writing to /5.

Martin W. Sandler is the award–winning author of Imprisoned, Lincoln Through the Lens, The Dust Bowl Through the Lens, Kennedy Through the Lens, and How the Beatles Changed the World.

He has won five Emmy Awards for his writing for television and is the author of more than sixty books, four of which were YALSA Nonfiction Award finalists. The Dust Bowl was a time of hardship and environmental and economic disaster.

More than million acres of land had turned to dust, causing hundreds of thousands of people to seek new homes and opportunities thousands of miles away, while millions more chose to stay and battle nature to save their 's army of photographers took to the roads to document this national crisis.

The Dust Bowl Through the Lens: How Photography Revealed and Helped Remedy a National Disaster by Martin W. Sandler. A highly visual and accessible look. A unique approach to chronicling the Dust Bowl disaster focuses on the role photographers played in bringing the hardships of victims to national attention.

The author notes that in the s photographers were still discovering new possibilities for the relatively new medium. Rather than simply document the desperate circumstances, such photographers as Walker Evans, Dorothea Lange and Arthur.

Martin W. Sandler. Martin W. Sandler is the award–winning author of Imprisoned, Lincoln Through the Lens, The Dust Bowl Through the Lens, Kennedy Through the Lens, and How the Beatles Changed the has won five Emmy Awards for his writing for television and is the author of more than sixty books, four of which were YALSA Nonfiction Award finalists.

The Dust Bowl through the lens: how photography revealed and helped remedy a national disaster by Sandler, Martin WPages:   “The Dust Bowl Through the Lens” visits similar territory, including many of the same photographs, as “Years of Dust.” Unfortunately, it’s not as cohesive.

The Dust Bowl was a time of hardship and environmental and economic disaster. More than million acres of land had turned to dust, causing hundreds of thousands of people to seek new homes and opportunities thousands of miles away, while millions more chose to stay and battle nature to save their 's army of photographers took to the roads to document this national crisis.

Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $ Buy Through the Lens: The Dust Bowl Through the Lens (Hardcover) at ce: $ The Dust Bowl through the lens. Photographs capture the horrific conditions of this national disaster, the struggles of the people who stayed to save their land, and the sorrows of those who were forced to move as a result of this catastrophe.

The dust cloud appears to be at least five or six times the height of this building. Students may suggest that people were very frightened or worried. They might also suggest that people felt the world was ending.

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"The Dust Bowl continues to haunt, inspire, and teach us — but as this book shows, we have missed its most profound and far-reaching implications. Unearthing a wealth of new sources, and pulling together disparate analytical threads, Holleman tells a story of global ecological crisis — then and now — rooted in global systems of domination.

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Karen Hesse, in her Newbery Medal book Out of the Dust, gives us a glimpse of the rigors of farm life in the Depression-era, Dust Bowl Oklahoma through the eyes of Billie Jo as her father scrapes a meager living out of the parched, drought-stricken fields while she gr)/5.

—Dayton Duncan, author of The Dust Bowl “During one of America’s most devastating periods, the Depression-era Dust Bowl, a huckster is murdered as a dust storm hurtles toward a small Oklahoma town. What follows is an authentic tale of the drought-stricken southern plains, and a lovingly and eloquently told murder mystery.

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