Im not very familiar with this question
The dustbowl was a period of eight years during the 1930s. You need to absorb some history so you know what it was about. https://google.com/?q=dustbowl
The movie "Grapes Of Wrath" portrayed a family trying to escape the dustbowl. It was shown in Soviet Russia to show the people how capitalist societies oppressed workers, but what the peasants saw was that in America even the poorest family could own a car.
Many of the memories of the depression were actually memories of the dustbowl. If you read the story here, you notice that most people had no such problems. The news stories all concentrated on the down-and-outers.
The Dust Bowl, also known as “the Dirty Thirties,” started in 1930 and lasted for about a decade, but its long-term economic impacts on the region lingered much longer. Severe drought hit the Midwest and Southern Great Plains in 1930. Massive dust storms began in 1931.