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The Great Depression


Lining up for food during the Great Depression in New Haven, Connecticut
Photograph by Irving Weiner (My father-in-law)

Yale University Alumni Magazine featured the above picture they found on my site.


The Great Depression
"A period of about 10 years, beginning in October 1929, during which many people lost their jobs and many companies went out of business throughout the world. Desperate unemployed workers took their families on the road to look for work (Library of Congress , Prints & Photographs Division, FSA-OWI Collection, LC-USF34-009749-E DLC). Today, people who lived through the Great Depression still remember the daily hardship"
The Main Causes of the Great Depression

Great Depression Timeline (1929-1932)

50 Interesting Facts about the Great Depression

Best Books for Teaching About The Great Depression

America in the 1930s

Primary Source Sets - The Great Depression - Themed Resources - For Teachers (Library of Congress)

Great Depression Causes - BrainPOP

Great Depression Poster Project Freebie

The Great Depression and Children's Books

America from the Great Depression (Documenting America) Photographs

Photographs of the Great Depression

A Photo Essay on the Great Depression

Posters from the WPA

Depression Era Advertisements

Great Depression Lesson Plans Education World

The Great Depression (From Revolution to Reconstruction Outlines American )

History Channel - The Great Depression - YouTube

The American Experience Surviving The Dust Bowl  The Great Depression

America in Hard Times: How We Dealt with Economic Adversity | EDSITEment

America's Great Depression - Links

Internet Modern History Sourcebook The Depression

Great Depression of the 1930's History Guide .. The History Beat

The Great Depression (1929-1941) (Spark Notes)

Works Progress Administration (WPA)

Business Lessons from the Great Depression

New Deal Cultural Programs