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The President who led the U.S. through the Great Depression was:
a) Abraham Lincoln
b) Franklin D. Roosevelt
c) Herbert Hoover
d) Harry S. Truman

Some people in the Dust Bowl areas couldn't make their farms succeed, so they:
a) bought old farmhouses and started some Bed and Breakfast businesses
b) went on vacation
c) grew new crops on their land
d) moved away

People in the Dust Bowl made their living by:
a) struggling to farm
b) getting rich in the stock market
c) working long hours in a factory
d) building railroads and dams

The New Deal was a program designed to
a) create public projects
b) create jobs
c) help homeless people
d) all of the above

The Dust Bowl worsened conditions in the US during the era of the Great Depression. The approximate location of the Dust Bowl was:
a) Ohio, Kentucky, Illinois
b) Texas, Oklahoma, Nebraska. Colorado
c) Idaho, Montana, Wyoming
d) South and North Dakota, Wisconsin

The U.S. President at the beginning of the Great Depression was:
a) Franklin D. Roosevelt
b) Abraham Lincoln
c) Ulysses S. Grant
d) Herbert Hoover

One of the symptoms of the Great Depression was NOT:
a) prosperity for most people
b) mass unemployment
c) business shut down or cut wages
d) many banks closed

A major cause of the Great Depression was:
a) the Dust Bowl
b) the drought in the Great Plains
c) the stock market crashing
d) Roosevelt being elected

The official beginning of the Great Depression was November 29, 1929, which is also known as:
a) Red Monday
b) Black Tuesday
c) Sad Saturday
d) Gray Thursday

Which inventor was responsible for using peanuts in many ways?
a) George Washington Carver
b) Thomas Edison
c) Dwight D. Eisenhower
d) Marie Curie

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