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It's About Time: A Few Portraits of Extreme Poverty - 1930s Children of The Great Depression

Child workers before Child Labor Laws )): Young Oyster Shuckers, Port Royal, South Carolina

It's About Time: A Few Portraits of Extreme Poverty - 1930s Children of The Great Depression

The children of plantation sharecropper Lonnie Fair preparing food on wood stove in a sparsely furnished shack. Scott, Mississippi, USA, (Photograph by Alfred Eisenstaedt.

March 1936 — "Migrant Mother" In March 1936, during the height of the Great Depression, photographer Dorothea Lange came across a camp of 2,500 destitute campers and snapped this photo. Known as “Migrant Mother,” the photo came to define America’s Great Depression era.

The 50 Most Powerful Pictures In American History

In March during the height of the Great Depression, photographer Dorothea Lange came across a camp of destitute campers and snapped this photo. Known as “Migrant Mother,” the photo came to define America’s Great Depression era.

Farm Life During the Great Depression

by Margaret Bourke-White varietas: “ Margaret Bourke-White: Poor Southern children in a rundown shack.

1939 rural Oregon during the Great Depression  by Dorothea Lange

Never ceases to be inspire me… the works of depression era photographer Dorothea Lange. mpdrolet: “ Rural shacktown, near Klamath Falls, Oregon, 1939 Dorothea Lange ”

The picture above was taken in 1935 and shows a destitute family at a relocation camp in California.

Photograph shows a family of farmers devastated by the Great Depression. Photo dates to around 1935 during the Great Depression era.

Dorothea Lange: 1932, New York City, during the Great Depression. Unemployed men stand in line to get a free dinner at New York’s municipal lodging house.

Political: Dorothea Lange Photography New York City, during the Great Depression. Unemployed men stand in line to get a free dinner at New York’s municipal lodging house.

A Hobo hopping a freight train. The picture was taken in 1935, which would have been at the depth of the Great Depression. Many men would hop freights hoping to get somewhere that they could find work. So often times "Hobo" was not synonymous with "Tramp". Often Hobos were displaced workers traveling trying to find some type of work.

A Hobo hopping a freight train, at the height of the Great Depression. Many men hopped freights hoping to find work somewhere. So often "Hobo" was not synonymous with "Tramp". Often Hobos were displaced workers traveling to find work.

Common sense advice to help get through hard times never goes out of style!

65 Pieces of Survival Wisdom From the Great Depression - Survival Mom

Survival wisdom, Great Depression -- Those go hand in hand when studying how millions survived the toughest years in American history. Here are 65 survival lessons.

How Young Americans Survived the Hard Times of the Great Depression | The Prepper Journal

Russel Lee (Ottawa, 21 luglio 1903 – Austin, 28 agosto White mother with children at migrant camp, Weslaco

Podcast #39 Building a Great Depression Era Pantry

Podcast Building a Great Depression Era Pantry

During the Great Depression, people learned how to get by on very little. Learn how to create a frugal pantry like they did during the Great Depression. I love the story of her father growing up during the Great Depression and how it still forms how he do

Great Depression Dust Bowl 1930 | 1942, Oklahoma | The Great Depression and The Dust Bowl

Caption from LIFE. “Farmer John Barnett and his family are ‘Okies’ who stuck to their land near Woodward. They have 21 dairy cattle which yield a scant seven gallons per milking. Barnett takes.

For many families living in Canada, the Great Depression brought poverty and extremely poor living conditions. Families had to make sacrifices, downsize, and sometimes even live on the road. Families could hardly afford the necessities they were used to having. This included clothes (as seen in this picture). It was a struggle for many Canadians, but luckily enough, the Great Depression finally ended in the late 1930s.

What Poor People are Deserving of ...

Humanity: mother (wearing a flour sack skirt) and nine children living in a field on U. Route 70 near the Tennessee River during the Depression - Photo by Carl Mydans for the Farm Security Administration

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