Hoovervilles were shantytowns during President Hoovers term also during The Great DepressionYes, they were places where homless, jobless people lived. They consisted of small shacks. This was during the 1930's (The Great Depression)
This is a very veg question, a person would not know how much "a" car was in 1930, you would have to say which kind of car. Cars from 1930 would very voluble though if any are still around.
I am guessing it would be To escape the great depression in America. Mike Crabtree
life in the 1930's stunk because of the depression am Glad i never lived back then!
the first person to market frozen vegtables in 1930 was Clarence Birds eye
If you are wondering whether or not a particular individual served in the US army or navy during World War I, and if that person lived to 1930, check the 1930 US census. Enumerators asked whether or not individuals were veterans.
Dodo birds got extinct at around 1930.
That was the late Neil A. Armstrong, who lived from 1930 to 2012 .
If you were born in 1930, you would be about 84 years old today, in 2014! :)
As of 2010, your age would be 80 years old. (2010 minus 1930 = 80).
Andre Leducq, a French man, won the race in 1930.
If you were born June 1930 you will turn 80 in 2010.
$2,400.00 in 1930 had the same buying power as $33,003.49 in 2016.
Not much is known about his birth, but he lived in the 1930's and was involved in Filmography. He died in 1935.
The person who invented the tape is, Richard Drew in 1930.
1000 = M, 900 = CM, and 30 = XXX, so 1930 would be MCMXXX.
In the 1930's a group went to former slaves and interviewed them about their lives as slaves. The result was a book called To Be A Slave. Get it. It is a good source on slavery from the people who lived it.
The cost of a mansion in 1930 would greatly vary. It would depend upon the actual value of the home, the location of the home, and how big the house actually was.
It would be the decade of the 1930's.
The farm laborers lived in a small house and couldn't leave a state only with permission.
No, she lived in the time of World War Two, around the 1930's and 1940's.
100 dollars in 1930 equals 1204.42 dollars today.
Adjusting for inflation, one dollar in 1930 would be about $14 in 2012.