An enduring historical account of the settlement of the Palliser
Triangle region that chronicles the disturbing fate of thousands of
people who were forced to abandon their farms as a result of
prairie drought . The book describes the residual effects of
prairie drought and examines what have become ghost towns in
Alberta. This book has become more important than ever before in
light of current drought conditions that are once again plaguing
the prairies. A classic in the field of prairie history.
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