Deep'n As It Come

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American History


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November 18, 2014








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Most authors rely on secondary sources and paint a picture of the world through second hand glasses with a small glimpse of the reality with a sprinkling a primary sources. Daniel challenges this way of writing. Through his book he shows the damage through camera lenses, from newspapers clips and spells out the heartbreak by the words of the survivors...
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Daniel's Deep'n As it Come, contributes more to the understanding of the horrible events of 1927 than typical history books, he does this through primary sources, photographs, and recounts of the broader impact of the flood. First, we will examine his over reliance on primary sources. Daniel used primary sources as a medium to emphasize the hardships, the joys, and the overall drastic change of life the people in the Mississippi River area faced...
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