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  • FSA
  • The FSA gave me enough money to buy a seeds so that I can earn money to sustain my family.
  • Using these pictures, we can spread awareness to raise money.
  • Thank You
  • The FSA, or the Farm Security Administration was created in 1937. This administration was created under the Federal Emergency Relief Act (FERA).
  • Thank you for saving me, FSA
  • The FSA was created in order to help farmers during the Great Depression and especially during the dust bowl. This program tracked down the farmers that needed immediate help and were not able to get this help anywhere else. They gave loans to these farmer, which allowed them to buy livestock, land, and other necessary equipment to pull themselves out of poverty.
  • I'm getting loans from the FSA, but I wish I had more land.
  • An important part of the Farm Security Administration was a collection of photographs. Photographs of the poverty in the farmland was taken in order to get more support for the cause.
  • The office of war information will help you now.
  • This program helped the most with relief. It gave farmers and small shopkeepers money in order to give them enough to provide for their families.
  • Although the FSA did give loans, it was not enough. A lot of farmers wanted to own more property and more land.
  • The FSA ended up falling apart. In 1943, the government removed most of the responsibilities of the FSA. By 1944, the responsibilities were taken over by Office of War Information.
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