The Great Depression By: Caleb McLaughlin

October 29th, Black Tuesday the stock market crashed. 16 million shares were traded and $30 billion was lost. This made people lose money and become poor. So people lost many important things like their homes.

This is the home of 2 traveling families traveling and working together on any job they can get.

“In September 1929, however, stock prices began to fall. In October they “crashed.” This meant that people’s stocks were now worth almost nothing.”

This is important because it caused people to lose there money, jobs, and homes.

This is a picture of one of the new deal programs made by Roosevelt to help America. This was part of Roosevelt’s New Deal.

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Caleb McLaughlin


Created with images by Ryan_M651 - "Depression"

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