Life During the Great Depression
freedom of religion
the hoover damn
hobo was someone who had no where to live besides the streets
The bank had the holiday off
people of need waiting in line to get free food.
a group of needy persons waiting in line for free food to be distributed by a government agency or charitable organization.
A group of government programs and policies established under President Franklin D. Roosevelt in the 1930s
they were built by people that were unemployed and had no where else to live
The Dust Bowl was a time of severe drought and high winds during the 1930's. Nothing would grow and many people and animals died on the great plains during this time.
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Holocaust Memorial Center
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