Great Depression of 1929

Selected Sources

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Gordon, Lawrence. “A Brief Look at Blacks in Depression Mississippi, 1929-1934: Eyewitness Accounts.” Journal of Negro History 64, no. 4 (Autumn, 1979): 377-390.

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