We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byReed Parker
Modified over 2 years ago
American Society and the Great Depression
Otis Steel Company, Cleveland, 1928
City worker hands out sandwiches to unemployed, Cleveland, 1930
Unemployed demand work outside City Hall, Cleveland, 1930
Popular early 1930s Pulp Fiction
Gilded Age Horatio Alger novels
Popular early 1930s Pulp Fiction
Pulp fiction artist John Newton Howitt, “River of Pain,” 1933
Men lined up outside employment offices, Cincinnati, 1933
Mexican Americans wait to leave Los Angeles to head back to Mexico, 1932
Homeless migrant family saying grace Oklahoma
Christmas dinner, ca. 1935
“Blame Game,” Life, 1932
President Herbert Hoover (R), el. 1929
Outside homeless encampment, 1932
“Hooverville” shantytown outside Seattle, Washington
“Hooverville” in Central Park, New York City
California refugee camp, ca. 1937
EFFECTS OF THE GREAT DEPRESSION Learning Targets Students will review and explain the causes of the Great Depression Students will predict the effect.
· More than 15 million people were unemployed · Thousands of homes and farms were foreclosed · Millions lost their savings · Businesses lost money What.
Hoovervilles Bonus Army
EQ: What were the effects of the Great Depression? Did President Hoover do enough to help the people of the United States? Do Now: What emotions do you.
Lesson 2: We will learn about President Hoover’s reaction to the crash and problems of the Great Depression. 1.) What does this graph show? 2.) What is.
Hardship and Suffering in the Great Depression 1.Use evidence and explain three ways Americans were impacted by the Great Depression 2.Analyze President.
14-2 Hardship and Suffering During the Depression.
By spring of 1933, when FDR took the oath of office, unemployment had risen from 8 to 15 million (roughly 1/3 of the non-farmer workforce.)
CH HARDSHIP AND SUFFERING DURING THE DEPRESSION
Hardship and Suffering During the Great Depression.
In the late 1920’s, there were many signs of economic peril. Workers’ wages did not rise with the cost of living. Business production slipped as demand.
Goals: Examine the consequences of Repatriation during the Great Depression Examine labor activism among Mexican farm workers during the GD.
Chapter 22 Section 2 US HIS Mr. Love Game Day. The Depression Worsens By 1933, thousands of banks have closed and millions of Americans are unemployed.
The Great Depression CAUSES. Warning Signs in the 1920’s 1.Major industries (steel, textiles, railroads) losing money 2.Less consumer demand for “Boom.
Chapters 14 and 15 Great Depression and New Deal Visual Vocabulary Quiz.
Photos of the Great Depression Chapter 11.
Grapes of Wrath (the movie, 1940) How would you describe their connection to the land? How did the economic system fail the Dust Bowl migrants? Why was.
Hardship and Suffering in the Great Depression Objective: Use evidence from the lecture and explain three ways Americans were impacted by the Great Depression.
LIFE DURING THE GREAT DEPRESSION Aim: How were the arts and daily life affected by the events taking place during the Great Depression? Do Now: take out.
Mexican-Americans in the 20 th Century. “Mexican Repatriation” Great Depression ( ): anti-Mexican racism increased due to US unemployment “Mexican.
THE ROARING 1920’S. Technology Henry Ford’s Model-T Invented 1908 Assembly Line Affordable (under $500) Efficient transportation million.
The Great Depression: Life During the Depression and The Government’s Response US History: Spiconardi.
Promised to give each American family 5,000, taxing the rich Dust Bowl Radio programs FDR used to explain his plan to Americans Hoovervilles Civilian Conservation.
Herbert Hoover was president when the Depression started His Philosophy: We’ll make it! – Opposed direct federal aid – Self-help & volunteerism –
A.Causes of the depression 4. Suffering world economy – Europe has been in a depression since the end of the Great War in Consumer Debt – too.
To migrate means to leave one’s own country To immigrate means to move to a new country – In other words: I would migrate away from the United States,
Copyright ©1999 by the McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.1 Brinkley, AMERICAN HISTORY: A SURVEY, 10/e Chapter Twenty-Five: The Great Depression.
pea pickers camp, Nipomo, CA (1936)
Great Depression What is it? Causes and Contributing Factors.
To migrate means to move to another country To immigrate means to leave one’s own country – In other words: I would migrate away from the United States,
The Onset of the Great Depression and the Policies of Herbert Hoover.
The Great Depression By: Jacquelyne Graham. This is Herbert Hoover, the President who was blamed by the American people for one of the most disastrous.
Bellringer What is a margin? What is a margin call? What is speculation?
Causes of the Great Depression
The Great Depression The period of time from in which the economy faltered and unemployment soared.
By: Sarah Santamaria, Adriana Gutierrez and Valerie De Paz MT 5 in U.S History MT 7-10 in AP English Level 4 Project.
Learning Targets 1. Describe the economic and human effects of the Great Depression. 2. Determine how the Great Depression affected the lives of Americans.
Herbert Hoover elected president in 1928 Hoover was: Orphaned at a young age, Graduated from Stanford University Degree in Geology Mining Engineer Millionaire.
OF MICE AND MEN THE GREAT DEPRESSION. Travelling workers – Unemployed men travelling the country looking for jobs.
The Great Depression 1929? How was life in the 1920s?
Some statistics to illustrate the severity of the Great Depression... Although only a small percentage of Americans were directly affected by the stock.
Hoover’s Great Depression. I.President Herbert Hoover A. Republican Herbert Hoover won the election of 1928 at a time of great economic prosperity B.
Ch 9.2. Understand how the Great Depression affected American life.
The Great Depression Review Questions 1. The Great Depression existed from the year 1929 to what year? 1. The Great Depression existed from the year 1929.
The Great Depression brought hardship, homelessness, and hunger to millions Across the country, people lost their jobs, and their homes Those who.
Let’s review those causes of the Great Depression… Stock Market Crash of 1929Stock Market Crash of 1929 October 29 th, >Black Tuesday October 29.
An Eye on Reality. Farm Security Administration: Destitute pea pickers in California. Mother of seven children. (Circa February 1936)
Life During the Depression. IV. Family Life A.Effects on the Family 1. Basic need not met – Many families did not have enough money to make ends meet.
© Boardworks of 7 The Great Depression The Great Depression and World War II (1929–1945)
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.