The okies and depressions by Lucas Harmange et Maël Oreal
The refugees flee the dust bowl. This dust bowl destroyed the economy in the state they lived.
The migrants affected by the dust storm are usually farmers or modest people. This people are forced to migrated to find hope for a new beter life. They migrate to the weast in states like california, where the work is described as abundant and where daily life is easy. But to arrive in California there is a long, exhausting journey to make. This migrations are majority carried out in route 66 because it's a main migration road to the USA.
The means of transports used by the migrants are the marches by foot ; the sights ; the caleches and the trains for the richest one.
In this travel the migrants are in lack of food, and for help the migrajnts there is the american red cross who give the food to refugees nothing for powers to have permissions to continue their journey.
After this journey migrants arrive in california and are cromed into camps where they live in deplorable conditions.
The migrants are devesappointed because they cant find a job as they tought.
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