Life during the great depression 

The Dust Bowl was an agriculture, economic and social disaster that took place during the 1930's on the Great Plains of the U.S. Poor farming practices, extreme drought and high winds destroyed the farmland of the Great Plains. Severe dust storms were created that would blackout entire towns, destroy farms and kill thousands. Thousands of families were forced to migrate to California.
The shanty towns appeared across the U.S as employed people evicted from their homes. The shanty towns cropped up across the nation, on the outskirts of major cities, and is now known as Hooverville.
A series of domestic programs enacted in the U.S. They included both laws passed by Congress and Presidential executive orders during the first term.
Thousands of unemployed residents who could not pay their rent or mortgages were evicted into the world of the public assistance and breadlines.They were unable to find work and seeing each job they applied for and had hundreds of seeker,shabby, and disillusioned men
They provided the only meals that some unemployed Americans had.
More than 2 million men and 8,000 women became hoboes. At least 6,500 hoboes were killed in one year in accidents or by railroad bulls. They hired bulls to keep the hoboes off the trains
The Hoover Dam is as tall as a 60 story building. It was completed in 1935. The base is as thick as 2 football fields The amount of concrete used in building is enough to pave a road stretching from San Francisco to New York City.
15,000 to 20,000 World War 1 Veterans from across the country marched on the capital in June 1932. The Great Depression destroyed the economy
It was one of the first new Deal Programs. to promote enviromental conservation and to build good citizens .
in 1937 the Supreme Court ruled that the AAA was Unconstitutional. President Roosevelt called congress into a special session and intorduced the AAA.
Its the most famous because it affected so many peoples lives. It employed more than 8.5 million people. $41.57 a month with buildig bridges, roads, public buildings, public parks, and airports.
It was one of the successful projects begun by the federal government. President Roosevelt set up many new projects and agencies to help hot the hardest places in the U.S
To regulate commerce in stocks and bonds and other securities
It was a support for numerous proposals for national old age insurance system.
The Stock market crashed eight months into his presidency. He refused to involve the federal government to fix prices and controlling business and the value of currency
He led the states in the Great Depression. His new Deal expanded the role of federal government in American Society
He was developing as a writer as the great depression was happening. Banks were collapsed Businesses were closed.
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