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The riding boss (plantation foreman) supervising a crew of about 200 brought to Aldridge Plantation, Mississippi to hoe cotton at $1 a day. Many are ex-tenant farmers. Photo by Dorothea Lange, June 1937. (https://twitter.com/HawCreekShop/status/528698006955393024) (http://haw-creek.com/shop/riding-boss-1937/)

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migrant workers, man and wife, California, Dorothea Lange (Library of Congress photo)

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Arkansas Farmer Transplanted to Oregon - Mr. Wardlaw and family, after moving from drought-stricken NW Arkansas to new land in Oregon, are adjusting to western farming. Dead Ox Flat, Malheur, Oregon. Photo by Dorothea Lange, October 1939.  Print (https://twitter.com/HawCreekShop/status/528344214116245505) (http://haw-creek.com/shop/arkansas-farmer-transplanted-to-oregon-1939/)

Arkansas Farmer Transplanted to Oregon 1939 Poster

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Waiting to Pick Oranges (New Poster) 1936 drought refugee from Polk, Missouri. Awaiting the opening of orange picking season at Porterville, California; By Resettlement Administration photographer Dorothea Lange; November 1936; Library of Congress image 8b29938a (http://haw-creek.com/shop/waiting-to-pick-oranges/) (https://twitter.com/HawCreekShop/status/526095835894145024)

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In 1939, Lois Adolf’s family was “on relief.”  Her father had borrowed money from the Farm Security Administration (FSA) and a photographer from FSA doing documentary work took her picture.  That photographer was Dorothea Lange.  http://www.zazzle.com/exit78/%22child+of+the+depression%22+gifts  http://www.zazzle.com/exit78*

In Lois Adolf’s family was “on relief.” Her father had borrowed money from the Farm Security Administration (FSA) and a photographer from FSA doing documentary work took her picture. That photographer was Dorothea Lange.

In Farm Security Administration (FSA) migratory labor camp. Family, mother, father and eleven children, originally from Oklahoma, where he had been a tenant farmer. Came to California in 1936 after drought. Mother wants to return to Oklahoma, father unwilling. She says, "I want to go back home where we can live happy, live decent, and grow what we eat." Brawley, Imperial Valley, California. Photo by Dorothea Lange, 1939.

In Farm Security Administration (FSA) migratory labor camp. Family, mother, father and eleven children, originally from Oklahoma, where he had been a tenant farmer. Came to California in 1936 after drought.

Rose of Sharon's baby dies before it is born during the Great Flood. (Ch. 30)

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Arthur Rothstein Photographs Great Depression | ... , Birmingham, Alabama; photo by Arthur Rothstein , February 1937

These coal miners from Birmingham and Walker County, Alabama had no idea that when they went to work one cold morning in February of 1937 that their pictures would be taken by photojournalists, Arthur Rothstein and preserved in the Library .

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Men in front of pool hall, Omaha, Nebraska, 1938 // photo by John Vachon for the Farm Security Administration

THE DEPRESSION - Abandoned zinc mine - Arkansas, 1935.

Eyes of the Great Depression - Citizens of Zinc, Arkansas, a deserted mining town; photo by Ben Shahn, October

Cotton picker. Southern San Joaquin Valley, California; Dorothea Lange, photographer, November 1936; Eyes of the Great Depression 002; http://www.zazzle.com/exit78/migrant+worker+next+to+a+cotton+field+gifts  http://www.zazzle.com/exit78*

Black and white Dorothea Lange photograph of a female cotton picker wearing an apron and standing next to a cotton field, Southern San Joaquin Valley, California, November Female Cotton Picker.

Chris Adolf and his daughter, Lois, who is just being a ki… | Flickr

Chris Adolf and his daughter, Lois, who is just being a ki… | Flickr

Esco Glandon, a renter at Bridges Chapel near Loyston, Tennessee. He rebuilt the cabin in which his family lives, October 1933 by The U.S. National Archives, via Flickr

Esco Glandon, a renter at Bridges Chapel near Loyston, Tennessee. He rebuilt the cabin in which his family lives, October 1933 by The U.S. National Archives, via Flickr

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