Black Tuesday and the Great Depression

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The stock market crash in 1929, known as Black Tuesday, and the Great Depression that followed was felt not only in North American, but also worldwide. This fascinating book details the historical evidence that helps explain how this economic disaster came about, and how people’s lives were devastated by a decade of mass unemployment, house foreclosures, and crushing poverty. Excellent illustrations and explanation of primary source material make this an excellent choice.

Pages: 48

Pages: 48

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Source material, including posters, political cartoons, books, interviews, and articles show the devastation of the resulting mass unemployment, epidemic real estate foreclosures, and crushing poverty of those years.

  • Lucern Academy families: This book is used for 3 weeks in Year 4 Dialectic History class.
  • Tapestry of Grace families: This is a replacement for The Great Depression and is used for 3 weeks.
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