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The journal of C.J. Jackson, a Dust Bowl migrant / by William Durbin.

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  • 26 of 26 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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APLS-Geneva J FIC DEA (Text) 36880000321987 GJF Available -
Brazil Public Library - Brazil JUVENILE DURBIN (Text) 38160000503951 Youth Services Available -
Centerville Center Township Public Library - Centerville J FIC U DUR (Text) 76895000010839 2nd Floor Children's Fiction Available -
Cicero Branch J FIC.c My Name is America (Text) 78294000180979 J Fiction Available -
Covington-Veedersburg Public Library-Covington J FIC DEA (Text) 32572000037267 CVBPLC Juvenile Fiction Available -
Covington-Veedersburg Public Library-Veedersburg J DEA (Text) 32808000106375 CVBPLV Juvenile Fiction Available -
Greenwood Public Library - Greenwood J DEAR (Text) 36626102280526 JUV Fiction Books Available -
Hussey-Mayfield Memorial Branch j FIC DEAR (Text) 33946001470223 Fiction - 1st Floor Available -
Kirklin Public Library - Kirklin JF Dea (Text) 34123000151399 Children's Library, 1st Floor Available -
Limberlost Public Library J DEA (Text) 37516001951533 Kid Fiction Available -
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Record details

  • ISBN: 0439153069
  • Physical Description: 169 p. : ill., maps ; 20 cm.
  • Edition: 1st ed.
  • Publisher: New York : Scholastic, 2002.

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General Note: "Oklahoma to California, 1935"--Cover.
Summary, etc.: Thirteen-year-old C.J. records in a journal the conditions of the Dust Bowl that cause the Jackson family to leave their farm in Oklahoma and make the difficult journey to California, where they find a harsh life as migrant workers.
Subject: Depressions > 1929 > Fiction.
Dust storms > Oklahoma > Fiction.
Droughts > Oklahoma > History > Fiction.
Family life > Fiction.
Migrant labor > Fiction.
Historical fiction.
Diaries > Fiction.
Oklahoma > Fiction.
California > Fiction.

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