This exhibit is an exhibit of the migrant's wave from 1915 to 1965 and it descriped the cause of start and the life during the trip. The migrant's exodus is caused by the Great Depression and Dust bowl. The Great Depression is an economic crisis wich started
This exibit will share with you a fascinating experience about migrants during the period of the Dust Bowl and the Great Depression in the 30's. You will find awesome pictures taken by great photographers like Ewing Galloway, people who lived this tragic moment. With their photos, they relate the story of the exhausted and desperate people who lost everything because of the harsh journey they lived. Through their pictures they will tell you about the road trip of migrants who was fleeing the Dust Storm which destoyed their home and their life.
We present these eight pictures representing the Great depression, they show the different stages and moments of the process. The Great depression lasts from 1930 to 1939. It is the most important economic crisis of the twentieth century.
These photos describe how the migrant lived during the Great Depression.
The Great Depression is an economic crisis going on in the year 1930.
These photos also show how migrant people live after the dust bowl.
The dustbowl is a storm series which caused an important agricultural crisis and a lot of damage.
This damage expulsed the population to migrate to California.
The population can’t work because of storms drying up farm’s. And California proposed work so the population go to California.
This exhibit describes the exodus of the Okies during the Dust Bowl years in 1930s.The Okies fled from the Dust Bowl to California.
The Dust Bowl is a very big storm of dust. This storm destroys the fields, the crops, the houses, the belongings of farmers, everything who are on its way. As a consequence, it becomes impossible to raise crops on the dust-covered land and the people have to tie handkerchiefs over their faces when they go out. So the farmers must go in another land. They went to California.