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Cal Crabill of Davis, second from left, is joined by, from left, Dayton Duncan, author of "The Dust Bowl"; Tim Egan, author and columnist; and Ken Burns, filmmaker; at a news conference with the Television Critics Association in July in Los Angeles. Crabill, a longtime Davis resident who grew up in Colorado in the 1930s, is featured in Burns' new documentary, "The Dust Bowl," which airs Sunday and Monday, Nov. 18-19, on PBS. Rahoul Ghose, PBS/Courtesy photo
Dust Bowl survivor Cal Crabill, a longtime Davis resident, recalls his boyhood in Colorado in the 1930s, where his father was a cattle rancher. His family eventually gave up and moved west. Crabill is featured in filmmaker Ken Burns' newest documentary, "The Dust Bowl," which examines the worst ecological disaster in American history. The documentary airs Sunday and Monday, Nov. 18-19, on PBS. Rahoul Ghose, PBS/Courtesy photo
The Dust Bowl" airs Sunday and Monday, Nov. 18-19, on PBS. Rahoul Ghose, PBS/Courtesy photo
Filmmaker Ken Burns. Rahoul Ghose, PBS/Courtesy photo

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