The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 64, July 1960 - April, 1961 Page: 332
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332 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
credible speed, and cause physical irritation upon the persons of
those who are hit by them.44
Hail occurs throughout most of the United States, but occurs
with greater frequency in the Great Plains.46 Like hot winds, hail
often has a terribly destructive effect upon whatever it happens
to hit, but crops are particularly vulnerable.
Taken all in all, however, the Texas Panhandle is a geographic
area always full of challenges for its inhabitants, but from buffalo
hunter to wheat farmer men have loved and venerated the land.46
44Webb, The Great Plains, 24-25.
"6George Autry, "A Fable," Panhandle-Plains Historical Review, XXXIII (1960),
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