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The Stock Market Crash

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on 14 July 2015

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Transcript of The Stock Market Crash

The Dust Bowl
A dust storms created by wind erosion of the soil
Jim Crow Law
Jim Crow was the name of the racial caste system especially in southern and border states, between 1877 and the mid-1960s.
Jim Crow was more than a series of rigid anti-black laws.
Everyday life of average person in 1930's
People who lost their jobs moved into Hooverville
The only items that they can use are lumber, tin, cardboard, tar paper, glass, canvas, and a lot of other different objects to compose their new real estate
People have to travel to a town or a city to get food from soup kitchen
People do not have enough money to pay for the train tickets, they have to jump on the train and travel to another place to find a job
Jim Crow Law Cont'd
How did it affect people?
Thank you!
The Stock Market Crush

"Stock Market Crash of 1929." History.com. A&E Television Networks. Web. 10 July 2015.
To Kill A Mockingbird
Jolin Chen
Woman's role in 1930's in USA
24.3% of all woman was gainfully employed
Woman's average annual pay was half of Man's
They have tough time to find a job
Woman has to work in the factories
(October 28, 1929 - October 29, 1929)
The result of the stock
People cannot afford to buy stock
Many lost heir savings
No one was investing in the stock market
Unemployment reached 25% of the workforce
How did it affect people?
People died from diseases
People starved from not having any crops because there was no rain
People were forced to move to the great plains
People have to pay higher prices for using more poor accommodations or services
Land and properties got taken away from Black Americans
Thousands of people lost their lives due to Jim Crow laws.
Woman's role in 1930's in Canada
Woman always has the lower level jobs than man
Woman lost their job and became housewives
Teacher and nurse are the only job that remained the most popular among woman

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