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1933 (Great Depression) - Various - Bloodshot Records Sampler 11

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  1. The prosperity of the s ended with an economic catastrophe of unequaled length and severity - the Great Depression. By industrial production had fallen to one-third its pre-Depression levels, thousands of banks were closed, and almost 13 million Americans were jobless.
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  5. Most of us have family members who have passed down their lessons from the Great Depression over the years. Despite all of the modern conveniences we enjoy in our lives today, the wisdom listed Author: Jess Catcher.
  6. Facts 3&4 The Great Depression in Mississippi 5. Because the circulation of money was so low, the U.S. didn't mint nickels in or 2. Unemployment was at an dead high. Jobs were virtually non-existent. Banks failed daily. Prices of farm products fell to an all-time low.
  7. Regional folk and blues, and what was known at the time as “race records”, reached a new level of maturity. Complex and invigorated forms of early jazz still thrived throughout the economic depression, championed by such seminal musicians as Duke Ellington, Fletcher Henderson, and Count Basie.
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  9. Dec 16,  · The Great Depression of devastated the U.S. economy. Half of all banks failed. Unemployment rose to 25% and homelessness increased. Housing prices plummeted 30%, international trade collapsed by 65%, and prices fell 10% per year. It took 25 years for the stock market to recover.
  10. The crash signaled the beginning of the year Great Depression that affected all Western industrialized countries. A ten-day period beginning on October 20, , when the value of stocks plummeted as panicked investors solid off their stock in droves. This moment is usually considered the official start of the Depression.

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