The Okie migration by Raphaël Maziane and Alban Deluche
This exhibit describes the exodus of the Okies during the Dust Bowl years in 1930s.The Okies fled from the Dust Bowl to California.
The Dust Bowl is a very big storm of dust. This storm destroys the fields, the crops, the houses, the belongings of farmers, everything who are on its way. As a consequence, it becomes impossible to raise crops on the dust-covered land and the people have to tie handkerchiefs over their faces when they go out. So the farmers must go in another land. They went to California.