what is the longest drought in united states history



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    The longest drought in United States history was the Dust Bowl drought of 1931-1936 with the two driest years 1934 and 1935. 

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    Yes, the Dust Bowl drought from 1931-36 was the longest drought that the U.S. has experienced in its history. At its worst, the drought spread to over 50 million acres of land, driving more than 3 million people from their homes in the Great Plains. 

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