Most People Have Never Seen These 10 Photos Taken During WWII In Maine
During The Great Depression, which took place during the years 1929-1939, the New Deal was put into place by President Roosevelt. An important part of this reform was the Farm Security Administration, which worked to alleviate poverty among some of the most rural areas in America.
Maine was largely held intact by this element of the New Deal. And it helped the potato farming industry hugely. In these recently released photographs, we see how rural Maine made it through the Great Depression, and more specifically how life continued during the Second World War, which followed.
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