A Woman's Life in the Great Depression: Part 2

A Woman's Life in the Great Depression: Part 2

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  • Most single or widowed women found it extremely difficult to live in the Great Depression because they had no income. They felt invisible. Rose and Betty felt this way
  • I don't know what we're going to do
  • 1931
  • Betty always thought of begging people for food or money. But she never had the courage to, so she stayed as quiet as a mouse
  • One day, Betty fainted in the streets from being so hungry. With having no money, Rose did not know what to do
  • Betty, wake up!
  • 1934
  • Every year, things were not getting better for Rose and Betty. They felt hopeless
  • Things aren't going to get better. I can tell
  • Z Z Z
  • 1936
  • On the day before her birthday, Betty died of starvation. Rose felt like she had no one now
  • What am I going to do without my daughter
  • 1938
  • Fast forward five years after the Great Depression ended. Rose got her job back, and has a cat. Although Rose and Betty went through tough times, she lives happily once again
  • 1944
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