Chap 10 lesson 3 By mikayla

Woman and her children from the Great Depression era

Radio's were very popular during the Great Depression

5 facts

1.) Desperation for jobs drove women into the workforce

2.) The earnings of women helped families survive

3.) Ellen Sullivan Woodward started a program to provide jobs for women

4.) In the 1930's The southern Great Plains became known as the dust bowl

5.) Thousands of dust bowl farmers went bankrupt

5 facts

1.) More than half of all African Americans in the south had no jobs.

2.) Rober Weaver was a college professor

3.) John collier help get jobs for 77,000 native Americans

4.) At the start of the Great Depression 2 million Latinos lived in the United States

5.) Many Latinos were forced to leave the US against their will.

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