There must have been many droughts in the United States and the rest of North America. But after lengthy research scientists have come to the conclusion that no drought in the whole millennia could match the ferocity and impact than the dust bowl storm of the year 1934. No other drought was as severe as this one and no drought made so much impact on the lives of common Americans across the whole continent as 1934 dust bowl drought.
The drought of the 1934 will be remembered for centuries to come due to its ferocity. More or less the whole agrarian economy was destroyed and millions and millions of livestock perished in years following the drought.