Roaring ’20s & the Great Depression Primary Sources Analysis
This resource includes 6 carefully curated primary sources to analyze that will enhance any Roaring ’20s & Great Depression unit. It is aligned to my Roaring ’20s & Great Depression Unit Bundle. Each of the primary documents focuses on one aspect of the 1920s & 1930s to analyze. Encourage your students to think deeply about the topics associated with these two decades. You can also assign the analysis activities as homework. There is a PDF & a GOOGLE version of the primary documents so you can easily assign to your students if you are teaching virtually.
Primary documents include:
•article from the New York Tribune newspaper
•maps of the continental US air mail
•original manuscript by Langston Hughes
•advertisement from Good Housekeeping magazine
•map of potential migrant camps in California
•letters between a US citizen and President Roosevelt’s administration
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