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Great Depression

Study the Great Depression and get ready for your test!

Who was Margret Mitchell? Margret Mitchell was a famous writer who wrote the book "Gone with the Wind", that was based off of the burning of Atlanta.
Who was the 32nd president and ended the Great Depression? Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Who did people blame for the Great Depression? People blamed Herbert Hoover for the Great Depression.
Who was Duke Ellington? Duke Ellington was a composer and was born in Washington D.C. He was famous during the Jazz Age
Who was Herbert Hoover? Herbert Hoover was the president of the United States when the Stock Market crashed.
What was the Stock Market crash of 10/29/1929 The Stock Market was when prices begin to drop and people sold off stocks to quickly.
What was the FDIC? The FDIC allowed strong banks to operate and weak ones to shut down.
Created by: mgarrett12