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Life in The Great Depression Photo Album

Page history last edited by Dana K 12 years, 6 months ago

Photo Album 

 

During The Great Depression many men lost their jobs and could no longer

provide for thier families.

 

Many people were too poor to afford food. There were soup kitchens and bread lines that

allowed the hungry to eat for free.

There were many people that lost their jobs and ended up living

homeless on the streets.

 

On an average day, you could find lines of men trying to get jobs just like this.

 

This picture shows young kids and the sadness that

they faced because of the great depression.

 

Many homeless families were forced to live in Hoovervilles or shacks. This picture is an example

of a shack that they would live in.

 

This is another example of the type of shack that people would be forced to live in.

These were terrible conditions to be living in. 

 

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