The Great work on Depresion

The Great Depression was the longest lasting economic breakdown in history.

It all started over a stock market crash in 1929.

The Great Depression peaked between 1932 and 1933.

Zippers became very popular during the Great Depression and buttons.

The term became a term during the Great Depression.

The average in come at this time was $1500 per year.

Apples were sold for 5 cents at this time.

Lots of people starved and died during the Great Depression.

Trains was the main way to get around during the Great Depression.

Diasesis was the main killer in the Great Depression due to low economy.

Credits:

Created with images by young shanahan - "Commerating the Great Depression." • Arch_Sam - "Empire State - NY - Aerial View" • Tony Fischer Photography - "FDR's Fireside Chats With America" • Don Hankins - "Migrant Mother With Color" • dbking - "Alberto Santos-Dumont" • dbking - "FDR Memorial" • Loco Steve - "SP 142 business/observation car at Santa Barbara station ca." • pedrosimoes7 - "Antero de Quental (1991) - Urbano (1959)"

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