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DEPRESSION

Chapter 21 Section 2

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bread line where charities or local agencies gave food to the poor
Hooverville term used ti describe makeshift shantytowns set up by homeless people during the Great Depression
tenant farmer rural farmers who lost their land but stayed on to work for larger landowners
Dust Bowl millions of acres in the Great Plains that were destroyed when dust storms blew away the soil
Okies Great Plains farmers forced off their land by the Dust Bowl
repatriation policy whereby local, state, and fed. gov. encouraged or coerced Mex. Immigrants (some of them U.S. citizens) to return to Mexico
Created by: Hellokitty139