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The Dust Bowl, Remembered

September 25th, 2020 | 16 min read

By Joshua Heavin

In clean, cool air the morning after a thunderstorm, while blazing pink and golden light spills over the horizon before becoming a deep cerulean crown over a sweltering summer afternoon, it is difficult to imagine the conditions in Texas only a few generations ago. Time has swept aside enough debris from our national and even local memory to carry the Dust Bowl from hazy or faded to forgotten.

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Joshua Heavin

Joshua Heavin (PhD, Aberdeen) is a curate and deacon at an Anglican church in the Dallas area, and an adjunct professor in the School of Christian Thought at Houston Christian University, and at West Texas A&M University.