Jonathan Rabbani Bad Plot: American Novel brilliantly and descriptively describes attempts future farmers and rancharav that were in the late 19th century and early 20th century, to make a living on very questionable grounds. This land, much of Eastern Montana and Western Dakota can be described as marginal land, but the mission to ascertain the facts Rabbani made it clear that these lands were less than marginal.
The federal government and railway companies will benefit from migrants in the region. Their benefits: more goods will be transported to and fro, and travel in the region will increase significantly. However, as the documents Rabbani and I've seen firsthand, this border land had shallow topsoil, strong wind, little rain and extremely cold winters; and efforts to process rare earth arid were awarded.
This book was written at random and in an understandable way, if the author went to the region and studied some unfortunate monastery. This is really a drama, if Rabanne studied the remains of many failed estates. He even found a book in which he described the best way to thrive in these arid farms. The book was entitled Scientific methods dry farming Campbell and subtitle Camel to the Sahara Desert and the method of Campbell for the American desert. According to meteorological data, any area with an average annual rainfall of less than three inches per year will be assigned to the desert regions. This eastern region of Montana is definitely considered a desert, since most of them are on average up to three inches of rain per year.
As a slave, I also walked on this earth, but I went for another reason. I was in search of the elusive black grouse and grouse. I was amazed, many years ago, after seeing so many remnants – remnants of rotten and fallen windmills broken and gray board outbuildings, barns and houses, as well as exempt stone foundations, fencing with barbed wire with longer irzhavennem. , Enclosures, which were rotted and lie flat on the ground, and the space – a wide open space … infinite space. Book Rabbani told about the many courageous human attempts to make this infinitely poor land adjoining the land poor. Government leaflets and brochures railway were undoubtedly even false, if not True Lies.
The Rabbani was an inspiring idea to write this story, and he followed – a brilliant inspiration, research firsthand and vysokaapisalnae writing!