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  • America from the Great Depression to World War II [*] [pick] [read review]
    Archive of photographs from the U.S. Farm Security Administration-Office of War Information (FSA-OWI) which span the years 1935-45.
  • Wikipedia: The Great Depression
    Read about the Great Depression, the worldwide economic decline that started in 1929 and lasted into the 1930s and early 1940s. Covers Depression life in the U.S., international effects, and political perspectives on the causes of the crisis.
  • Sliding into the Great Depression
    J. Bradford DeLong attempts to analyze the economic events surrounding the downturn.
  • Modern American Poetry: The Great Depression
    Learn about the Great Depression of the 1930s, in the U.S. and around the world. Includes background and an overview of the crisis, a Depression photo essay, art from the era, and information about the Dust Bowl tragedy.
  • America's Great Depression
    With an overview of the Great Depression, as well as timeline, causes, and cures.
  • 1929 Stock Market Crash (2)
  • Internet Modern History Sourcebook: The Depression
    Resources about The Great Depression include notes on economic problems in the United States and Europe.
  • EH.Net Encyclopedia: An Overview of the Great Depression
    Learn about the major events and issues of the Great Depression, the economic disaster that struck the Western world after the stock market crash of 1929. By Randall Parker, East Carolina University.
  • Bonus March (2)
  • Great World Depression
  • Causes and Effects of the Great Depression
    Mike Noble briefly discusses world events and federal financial policy at the time of the disaster.
  • Mus?e McCord Museum: The Dirty Thirties
    Online exhibit of photos of the Great Depression in 1930s Canada. With historical information about the context of each photo, as well as a movie clip. By Michiel Horn.
  • Great Myths of the Great Depression
    Argues that poor government policy rather than free-market capitalism produced the hardships of the Great Depression.
  • Every Picture Tells A Story
    Demonstrates some of the ways FSA documentary photographers created dramatic and accessible images of the Great Depression.
  • PBS: Timeline of the Great Depression
    Chronology of the Great Depression, tracing the worldwide economic crisis from the U.S. stock market crash of 1929 to recovery in 1942. With photos and facts about Depression life in the U.S. From PBS.

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