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Most families during the Great Depression did some time of farming work, but my family collected peaches. We didn't get paid much, but we tried to do whatever we could to survive. I can't say it was easy, but not everything in life is supposed to be easy. It was definitely unfair most times though.

from The New Yorker

The Uprooted

african americans in 1920 chicago | Children at an Easter Sunday matinée in Chicago, 1941. Blacks who ...