Happyland a history of the "dirty thirties" in Saskatchewan, 1914-1937
—McManus, Curtis R., 1972-
DAISY Sound Recording
2014
3 available of 3 items

'Dirty Thirties' is the sobriquet commonly applied to the agricultural crisis in the drylands of southern Saskatchewan in Canada that coincided with the Great Depression. This title contends that the 'Dirty Thirties' actually began much earlier and were connected only peripherally to the Depression itself.

Item Details
Series:
Sanders, Jill. West series.
West series
West series ; 5.
Subjects:
Daisy talking books.
Depressions -- 1929 -- Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan -- History -- 1905-1945.
Other Authors:
BC Libraries Cooperative. National Network for Equitable Library Service.
Kirkland, Steph.
Saskatoon Public Library.
Edition:
DAISY ed.
Description:
1 DAISY Disc (833 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
digital DAISY format
Notes:
Canadiana.
Material requested through NNELS program.
Burned to disc in Saskatoon Public Library NNELS Talking Book Disc Service.
Access restricted to persons who are visually impaired or physically disabled and cannot use conventional print materials.
Narrator Steph Kirkland.
System requirements: IBM PC or compatible; double speed or faster CD-ROM drive; sound card and sound output device; DAISY playback software or DAISY talking book player. Also plays in CD-MP3 player or computer with MP3-capable software.
DAISY 2.02 standard; MP3 compression. Compression rate: 32.
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