Homelessness During The 1930s

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“The 1930s was A period of extreme hardship in the united states The country had fallen into financial disaster.Banks had failed, factories had shut down, farmers could not sell their crops many families lost their life savings by 1932 one in four americans was jobless.” “During the great depression, millions of people became homeless. A hobo is a homeless and often poor person who travels in search of work.During the 1930s,most hobos traveled place to place by sneaking on to freight trains.” In the 1930s,there were more than 250,000 kids. like Robert he rode freight trains across America. just like the rest of the other 250,000 kids.A lot of hoboes also rode the freight trains. The rail yards were patrolled by bulls. guards paid by
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