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How much money was there in the Great Depression?
Nothing they where jobless
MILLIONS From rich people, and por people lost everything.
Almost everything was less costly during the Great Depression. Eggs generally cost about 18 to 23 cents for a dozen. Bread was about 18 cents per loaf.
Not much was earned in the Great Depression.
Sold their possessions to get a little money and moved to other towns or states in desperate search of work. The movie Grapes of Wrath chronicles typical family struggles. The…y did anything they could to make money. Picking fruit and cotton was common. Most didn't even make enough to eat.
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The great depression was a time where many people could not make much money, and it was hard to make money.
they costed $573 for a pair of mens shoes and $307 for shoes laces no they didnt! we are trying to help people and not give them wrong answers!
Gas during the 1930s averaged 10-18 cents a gallon in the United States. But I would imagine people took public transportation, or didn't travel at all.
some farmers sold their houses in order to move to another state
well the stock market began to to crash in 1929 which overlaped all of the forclosers
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more than $2,000,000
Little kids like newspaper boys got paid 2 cents a day for selling12 newspapers, literally 2 cents for selling 12 newspapers. Thatreally did not help their family out a lot. W…e all know some peopledidn't get paid at all. Some factories didn't have enough money topay people.