Eyes of the Great Depression 120. - Miner at Dougherty's mine, near Falls Creek, Pennsylvania; photo by Jack Delano

Eyes of the Great Depression 120. - Miner at Dougherty's mine, near Falls Creek, Pennsylvania; photo by Jack Delano

Great site for Great Depression photos!

Great site for Great Depression photos!

Probably the most famous picture to come from the Great Depression...a mother of seven with such a deep, concerned expression.  Dorothea Lange's Migrant Mother

Probably the most famous picture to come from the Great Depression...a mother of seven with such a deep, concerned expression. Dorothea Lange's Migrant Mother

{true story} Coal miner Lee Hipshire in 1976, shortly after emerging from a mine in Logan County, W. Va. at the end of his shift. At age 36, he had worked 26 years underground. A few years later, Lee took early retirement because of pneumoconiosis, or black lung disease. He died at 57.

{true story} Coal miner Lee Hipshire in 1976, shortly after emerging from a mine in Logan County, W. Va. at the end of his shift. At age 36, he had worked 26 years underground. A few years later, Lee took early retirement because of pneumoconiosis, or black lung disease. He died at 57.

dorothea lange- migrant farm worker

dorothea lange- migrant farm worker

A Black male in the depression. Black People were usually poorer and treated badly during the depression along with that they usually had to live in a separate area of towns and paid lower wages.

A Black male in the depression. Black People were usually poorer and treated badly during the depression along with that they usually had to live in a separate area of towns and paid lower wages.

Dorothea Lange - 1939 - Portret (October 1939, Ex-Nebraska farmer)

Dorothea Lange - 1939 - Portret (October 1939, Ex-Nebraska farmer)

The Great Depression. Discover how one of the darkest economic times in American history helped the nation reinvent itself.  From History.com

The Great Depression. Discover how one of the darkest economic times in American history helped the nation reinvent itself. From History.com

Depression era photo by Dorothea Lange.

Depression era photo by Dorothea Lange.

What Ma ultimately wants is for the family to remain together on their journey to California and after it. "Her fingers went to he throat and gathered a little pinch of skin and twisted gently. 'Thank God!' she said. 'The fambly's here'" (Steinbeck 228).

What Ma ultimately wants is for the family to remain together on their journey to California and after it. "Her fingers went to he throat and gathered a little pinch of skin and twisted gently. 'Thank God!' she said. 'The fambly's here'" (Steinbeck 228).

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