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Migrant workers typically resorted to living out of vehicles or in tented camps.  A family of nine lived out this vehicle.

Migrant workers typically resorted to living out of vehicles or in tented camps. A family of nine lived out this vehicle.

August 1939. Migratory children living in "Ramblers Park." They have lived on the road for three years. Nine children in the family. Yakima Valley, Washington. Photograph by Dorothea Lange.

August 1939. Migratory children living in "Ramblers Park." They have lived on the road for three years. Nine children in the family. Yakima Valley, Washington. Photograph by Dorothea Lange.

1935 En panne et immobilisé, San Joaquin Valley, Californie http://monblog75.blogspot.fr/search/label/Photos%3A%20Dorothea%20Lange

1935 En panne et immobilisé, San Joaquin Valley, Californie http://monblog75.blogspot.fr/search/label/Photos%3A%20Dorothea%20Lange

March 1936 — “Migrant Mother” | The 50 Most Powerful Pictures In American History

March 1936 — “Migrant Mother” | The 50 Most Powerful Pictures In American History

Dorothea Lange

Dorothea Lange

January 1939. "Herrin, Illinois. Family on relief living in shanty at city dump." (Photo by Arthur Rothstein for the Resettlement Administration.)

January 1939. "Herrin, Illinois. Family on relief living in shanty at city dump." (Photo by Arthur Rothstein for the Resettlement Administration.)

Dorothea Lange - Daughter of migrant Tennessee coal miner. Living in the American River Camp near Sacramento, California.

Dorothea Lange - Daughter of migrant Tennessee coal miner. Living in the American River Camp near Sacramento, California.

A mother and children rest as they and over 40 men, women and children camp out at City Hall in St. Louis, Mo., April 29, 1936. When a St. Louis alderman took no action to increase relief appropriations, protesters descended upon City Hall and threatened to stay “‘til hell freezes over or we get relief.” They started their second day in the building today.

A mother and children rest as they and over 40 men, women and children camp out at City Hall in St. Louis, Mo., April 29, 1936. When a St. Louis alderman took no action to increase relief appropriations, protesters descended upon City Hall and threatened to stay “‘til hell freezes over or we get relief.” They started their second day in the building today.

There's no way like the American Way

There's no way like the American Way

Robley D. Stevens, 30-year-old victim of the Depression, wears a sign that reads: “I am for sale. I must have work or starve,” while standing on a sidewalk in Baltimore, Md., in Aug. 1931.

Robley D. Stevens, 30-year-old victim of the Depression, wears a sign that reads: “I am for sale. I must have work or starve,” while standing on a sidewalk in Baltimore, Md., in Aug. 1931.

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