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1 A Photo Essay by Debbie Elliott RE 5130 Teaching The Language Arts Dr. Frye

2 Depression: "Runs on Banks": people milling about outside of bank. (Circa 1933)

3 Depression: Unemployed: The Unemployed Union: marchers south on Broadway: Camden New Jersey. (Circa 1935)

4 Depression: Breadlines: long line of people waiting to be fed: New York City:

5 WPA: unemployed shown at Volunteers of America Soup Kitchen: Washington, D.C. (Circa 1936)

6 Depression: Breadlines: long line of people waiting to be fed: New York City: (Circa February 1932)

7 Photograph of a woman washing clothes during the Great Depression

8 Farm Security Administration: "Suppertime" for the westward migration. (Circa 1936)

9 Farm Security Administration: Christmas dinner in the home of Earl Pauley near Smithland, Iowa. Photograph by Russell Lee,1936

10 Farm Security Administration: Family of coal miner in West Virginia. (Circa 1935)

11 Farm Security Administration. Fruit Store during Great Depression(Circa 1935)

12 Farm foreclosure sale. (Circa 1933)

13 Farm Security Administration: Homeless family, tenant farmers in 1936.

14 Farm Security Administration: Arkansas squatter for three years in California near Bakefield, California. Photo by D. Lange. (Circa 1935)

15 Farm Security Administration: School in Alabama. (Circa 1935)

16 Children of rehabilitation clinic in Arkansas. (Circa 1935)

17 Migrant Mother by Dorothea Lange March 1936 at the pea pickers camp, Nipomo,CA

18 Young Oklahoma mother; age 18, penniless, stranded in Imperial Valley, California. (Circa March 1937)

19 Dust Storms; "One of South Dakota's Black Blizzards, 1934"

20 Dust Storms: In 1934 and 1936 drought and dust storms ravaged the great American plains and added to the New Deal's relief burden.

21 Farm Security Administration: farmers whose topsoil blew away joined the sod caravans of "Okies" on Route 66 to California. (Circa 1935)

22 Farm Security Administration: migrants. (Circa 1935)

23 Civilian Conservation Corps enrollees clearing the land for soil conservation. (Circa 1934)

24 Civilian Conservation Corps. Planting During the Great Depression (Circa 1933)

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26 Lange, D. (1936). America's Stories from America's Libraries. Retrieved March 28, 2009, from The Power of Dorothea Lange's Pictures: Melzert. (2000). Driven from the Land: The Story of the Dust Bowl. Terrytown, NY: Benchmark Books. Nashi, D. (1998). Life During the Great Depression. San Diego: Lucent Books, Inc. Rosenberg, J. (n.d.). About: 20th Century History. Retrieved March 8, 2009, from Photographs of the Great Depression: du/~nielsemj/thegreatdepression/family.png&imgrefurl=http://studen ts.umf.maine.edu/~nielsemj/thegreatdepression/tgdhome.html&usg= __fJzrWP- GOOz2p4POgucaE9g91sI=&h=272&w=346&sz=102&hl=en&star

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