The Dust Bowl and New Deal

The Dust Bowl and New Deal

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  • Much of Oklahoma's land was destroyed due to overgrazing and the effect of this was soil erosion, or the "Dust Bowl".
  • As a result of the Dust Bowl many civilians lost precious items, land, and money. This also caused much of Roosevelt's New Deal to deal with conservation of Land.
  • One of the New Deal agencies was the Civilian Conservation Corps or the CCC. The CCC put millions of young men to work in conservation-related jobs in the U.S. Forest Service,the Soil Conservation Service, and the national parks.
  • The Stock Market crash was another devastating blow of the Great Depression and was another thing that was supposed to be fixed by the New Deal.
  • In 1932 Franklin Roosevelt was elected  and he created the New Deal in 1933 to help the country to be restored and for commodities to be bought and sold again.
  • The New Deal
  • By Molly Young
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