Life during the great depression

The Dust Bowl was an agricultural, economic and social disaster that took place during the 1930's practices, extreme drought and high winds destroyed the farm land of the Great plains. Severe dust storms were created that would blackout entire towns, destroy farms and kill thousands of families were forced to migrate to California
Built a Bar for a construction workers on Fort Peck Dam
Soup Kitchens were for food during the dust bowl.
Hoeboes would carry there bags on their bags on their backs that was full of their belongings
This is a picture of the hoover dam back in July 1948
inspections in 1937
This is a CC Camp in June 1937
WPA Haiti production 1937
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