America's Great Depression and Roosevelt's New Deal
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The bitter years : the Farm Security Administration photographs through the eyes of Edward Steichen / [Edward Steichen ] ; edited by Françoise Poos.
Picturing the Great Depression and New Deal : Picturing U.S. History, an interactive resource for teaching with visual evidence | American Social History Project, CUNY
The New Deal - Primary Source Set | Teacher Resources
Federal relief and recovery programs, including the WPA and Civilian Conservation Corps, created during Franklin D. Roosevelt’s presidency to end the Great Depression. Includes photographs, posters, oral histories, and music.
Great Depression in Washington State
The Great Depression first shattered and then rebuilt the economy of Washington State, leaving it with roads, bridges, dams, and a new electric grid that set the stage for rapid industrial growth. It rearranged the state's politics, ending decades of Republican rule, setting up a powerful labor movement, a new Democratic Party, and a new set of political priorities …
National Archives and Records Administration: www.archives.gov
This online exhibit is adapted from A New Deal for the Arts, an exhibit that was on display from March 28, 1997 through January 11, 1998, in the Rotunda of the National Archives Building in Washington, DC.