The Great Depression


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The Great Depression

  2. 2. The Great Depression all started when the stock market crashed. It was a terrible time. Everybody was buying stocks on margin. All at once everyone sold their stocks. Millionaires lost fortunes! Many of the banks closed. The Great Depression made people loose houses and have to live on the street in tents!
  3. 3.  ShirleyJane Temple was born on April 23,1928.She sang many songs and was on television a lot. One of the shows she was on was Baby Take A Bow. She left the film industry when she was twelve. She returned in 1958 and worked on fairy tale shows.
  4. 4.  During the Great Depression many people lost their homes. Some effects was that the lady in the picture sold her car tires for food for her children. Many people lost billions. Many people started to sell their stocks at one time so the prices fell. It was like an ongoing roller coaster once somebody lost their money they shut down their store and the employees were fired. The great depression made many effects on America .
  5. 5.  The Wizard of Oz has become, over the years, one of the best known of all films. It is far the best-known version of Frank Baums book, perhaps even eclipsing the fame of the novel itself. The Wizard of is Based on the 1900 childrens novel, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz musical fantasy film.
  6. 6.  New Deal laws and regulations affected banking, the stock market, industry, agriculture, public works relief for the poor, and conservation. These new laws affected America greatly. The new deal focused on what historians call the "3 Rs": Relief, Recovery, and Reform. That is, Relief for the unemployed and poor; Recovery of the economy to normal levels; and Reform of the financial system to prevent a repeat depression. M7zQj8I/AAAAAAAAADw/Vb5v7k3kauc/s400/000 .10_deep_presents.._benzi_- _the_new_deal_(back_cover).PNG
  7. 7.  The Credit Crunch is a reduction in the general availability of loans or a sudden tightening of the conditions required to obtain a loan from the banks. A credit crunch generally involves a reduction in the availability of credit independent of a rise in official interest rates. In such situations, the relationship between credit availability and interest rates has implicitly changed, such that either credit becomes less available at any given official interest rate, or there ceases to be a clear relationship. adlt=strict#x0y1013
  8. 8.  Fala was president F.D.R.’s dog. Fala was born on April 7, 1940 and given as a present to FDR by Mrs. Augustus Kellogg. Fala arrived at the White House on November 10, 1940. As a puppy, Fala had been originally named "Big Boy," but FDR was soon to change that. Using the name of his own 15th century Scottish ancestor , FDR renamed the dog "Murray the Outlaw of Falahill, which became shortened to "Fala." Roosevelt loved the little dog. Fala slept in a special bed near the Presidents feet and was given a bone in the morning and dinner at night by the President himself. He wore a leather collar with a silver plate that read, "Fala, the White House." =fala+fdrs+dog&view=detail&id=720E113 991B69B70265D0A8B4C5F9C484E5417E5 /2003-10-30-fdr-usat_x.htm &first=31&FORM=IDFRIR&adlt=strict
  9. 9.  Thedepression lasted from January to July 1921,so in that time period kids had to get jobs. Many jobs would be migrant farmers or working for a newspaper. Many younger kids had to eat in soup kitchens after school. I would have not liked to be a child during the great depression.  n+the+depression+1920+images&view= detail&id=38EB52EDB055D7B225B8A654 30C211E589DF9105&first=0&qpvt=kids+ in+the+depression+1920+images&FORM
  10. 10.  _Oz_(1939_film) 1920%E2%80%9321