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Sadie Fun Family Western Road Trim With Car Photo Pregnant Woman Pants Horse Play Smile Laugh goofing off western trip

Okie Migration: Southwesterners had been moving west in significant numbers since 1910. However, not until the 1930s did this migration, particularly to California, become widely noticed and associated with Oklahomans. During the Great Depression decade Oklahoma suffered a net loss through migration (outflow minus inflow) of 440,000. Although Oklahomans left for other states, they made the greatest impact on California and  Arizona, where the term “Okie” denoted any poverty-stricken migrant.

thirtymilesout: “ OKIE MIGRATION Southwesterners had been moving west in significant numbers since However, not until the did this migration, particularly to California, become widely noticed and associated with Oklahomans.

| Great Depression Iowa Farm Family 1936 Photograph -

Great Depression - Iowa Farm Family 1936 - America - American History - Women's Rights - Child Labor - The Great Depression.

Beach Buddies, 1930's

Long Island kids in the at Jones Beach. We spent many summer days at Jones Beach. Love the bathing suits!

Catherine Young with nine of her eleven children.  Five of the children pictured worked with their mother in the Tifton (GA) Cotton Mill.  Photo by Lewis Hine for the National Child Labor Committee, 1909.    Joe Manning has extensively researched every member of the Young family.  His research shows how turn of the century issues influenced the lives of real people: child labor laws, unfair factory pay, the lack of a government security net and the devastating impact widowhood could have on…

Catherine Young with nine of her eleven children. Five of the children pictured worked with their mother in the Tifton (GA) Cotton Mill. Photo by Lewis Hine for the National Child Labor Committee,.

Conjoined twins Rosa and Josefa

Conjoined twins Rosa and Josefa

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