The Great Depression By Joe Fontaine

Drought and the dust bowl contributed to the great depression because it ruined many people’s homes and property. This natural disaster costed people a lot of money to fix damage and sometimes even relocate.

Towards the middle of the Great Depression, churches and the government put up soup kitchens to help out the poor and homeless people across the country.

This song sums up the economic stresses from the Great Depression.

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Joseph Fontaine

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