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"Migrant children from Oklahoma on California highway.", March 1937 // Photo by Dorothea Lange for the Farm Security Administration.

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Steinbeck wrote so truthfully about the disenfranchisement of the common man during the great Depression.
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From the dust bowl. My grandma survived through all this

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Steinbeck wrote so truthfully about the disenfranchisement of the common man during the great Depression.

Steinbeck wrote so truthfully about the disenfranchisement of the common man during the great Depression.
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"She walked for the family and held her head straight for the family" (Steinbeck) Ma Joad held the whole family together. She makes sure that Tom comes on the journey together and that they will stay together. She supports the family in a way maybe even Pa can't do.
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1937 - Woman scooping water at backyard water supply in slum in Washington, DC. (Photo by Carl Mydans/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)

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Ma Joad was a hardworking mother who would have done anything to keep the family together.

"She walked for the family and held her head straight for the family" (Steinbeck) Ma Joad held the whole family together. She makes sure that Tom comes on the journey together and that they will stay together. She supports the family in a way maybe even Pa can't do.

"She walked for the family and held her head straight for the family" (Steinbeck) Ma Joad held the whole family together. She makes sure that Tom comes on the journey together and that they will stay together. She supports the family in a way maybe even Pa can't do.
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Greenfield, Salinas Valley, California. An Arkansawyers auto camp filled almost completely with migrants from Arkansas. Rent ten dollars a month for one room, iron bed, electricity. Rough board walls with cracks. This community is subject of a study by BAE Regional Office, Berkeley, California. 1939 Apr. Library of Congress.
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girls at "auto camp," California, Dorothea Lange (Library of Congress photo)

Greenfield, Salinas Valley, California. An Arkansawyers auto camp filled almost completely with migrants from Arkansas. Rent ten dollars a month for one room, iron bed, electricity. Rough board walls with cracks. This community is subject of a study by BAE Regional Office, Berkeley, California. 1939 Apr. Library of Congress.

Greenfield, Salinas Valley, California. An Arkansawyers auto camp filled almost completely with migrants from Arkansas. Rent ten dollars a month for one room, iron bed, electricity. Rough board walls with cracks. This community is subject of a study by BAE Regional Office, Berkeley, California. 1939 Apr. Library of Congress.
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The Surprising Connection Between 1930s Weather And Today's Labor Unions
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The answer lies in the Dust Bowl of the

The Surprising Connection Between Weather And Today's Labor Unions

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Few of those young men who fought in had ever held a job, worn anything but cast-offs, slept in a decent bed or ate a square meal. The services offered relief from grinding poverty beyond our comprehension.

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1930s Great Depression Family at Migrant Workers Camp Photo
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Chapter He said that the Ewells were members of an exclusive society made up of Ewells. (lee Use of class in the time period

1930s Great Depression Family at Migrant Workers Camp Photo

1930s Great Depression Family at Migrant Workers Camp Photo

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March 1937. Stalled in the Southern California desert. "No money, ten children. From Chickasaw, Oklahoma."  by Dorothea Lange

March Stalled in the Southern California desert. "No money, ten children. From Chickasaw, Oklahoma." Medium-format nitrate negative by Dorothea Lange for the Farm Security Administration.

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This photo was taken by, Dorothea Lange who took photos to document the lives of rural Americans living in terrible conditions. During this time, America was undergoing the worst drought. This is a black and white photo of four families from the Dust Bowl in Texas near Calipatria, California camping out.

Four families, three of them related with fifteen children, from the Dust Bowl in Texas in an overnight roadside camp near Calipatria, California. March photo by Dorothea Lange; Library of Congress image.

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Highway Missouri family of five, broke, baby sick, car trouble." Photo by Dorothea Lange for the Farm Security Administration.

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