LIfe in the great depression 

The Dust Bowl was a agricultural, economic and social disaster that took place during the 1930's on the Great Plains. Poor farming practices, drought and high winds created useless farmland. Thousands of families had to had to move west to escape dust storms to find jobs.
A Shantytown is were there are bunch of house made of cheap material like plywood or cardboard are close to together possible by a railroad of river.
A bread line is where unemployed people would wait in line for hours in hopes in getting at least one loaf of bread to feed their families.
The Hoover Dam also known as as the Boulder Dam. This dam was built during the Great Depression and many people lost their lives while building it. It was controversially named after President Herbert Hoover.
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