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4.06 The New Deal - Honors
Transcript of 4.06 The New Deal - Honors
Some of the initial improvements were made by the program in Florida that could be still be seen and even appreciated now-a-days would mainly be the structures of many departments, colleges/universities, schools and buildings. Another things can be the people that were given occupations and even the unrelenting maintenance of Florida’s wildlife.
What is the status of the program today? If it is still active, what goals does it now have? If it has ended, when and why did it end?
The program’s status is inactive. The general motive that the program’s status is inactive is because the Civilian Conservation Corps ended by the end of the 1930s, which also was when people actually, and finally, beginning to get professions when more occupations were a commencement.
What effects of the program can still be seen in your state today?
Conduct research about the New Deal to learn about one program that was active in your state during the 1930s.
Use your research to write one well-developed paragraph for each of the following questions:
Why was the program needed in your state?
This program is needed in my state would be because of the major jobless rate in Florida, the CCC, the Civilian Conservation Corps, which was formed in 1933, was very needed. There were a large amount of families that were famished, vagrant, and even required to get back on their bases. The Civilian Conservation Corps gave so many people different occupations that were financed and supported by the government and even a habitation to visit while the occupations were getting fully completed.
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How did the New Deal shape life in your home state?
4.06 The New Deal - Honors
1. Why was the program needed in your state?
2. What functions did the program serve in your state?
3. What initial improvements were made by the program in your state?
4. What is the status of the program today? If it is still active, what goals does it now have? If it has ended, when and why did it end?
5. What effects of the program can still be seen in your state today?
What functions did the program serve in your state?
Some of the functions did the program serve in your state would be the fact that the Civilian Conservation Corps affected millions of people to go back to work once again. Both the employees and their relatives were given clothes and nourishment. The work that was done in the Sunshine State, which is Florida, mainly consisted of the establishing of over 13 million grown saplings, which are also known as trees, as well as generating wildlife preserves and even the state parks. The connection of the Key West to Miami, which is known as “the Highway that goes to Sea”, which is also known as the Overseas Highway and was opened in March 29th of 1938, was even built.
Some of the effects of the program can still be seen in Florida today can be giving men professions and their families can finally had assistance and liberation from any destitutions and adversities. The families were also getting majority of the personal assistance that the families desired and required during the stagnation. This program also creating national parks and as well as being aided reservation towards Florida’s wildlife.
By: "Lew" Sterling Jr.
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