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by Deb Mulvey,Clancy Strock

ePub We Had Everything But Money (Priceless Memories of the Great Depression) download
Author:
Deb Mulvey,Clancy Strock
ISBN13:
978-0898217230
ISBN:
0898217237
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Publisher:
Reiman Media Group, Inc. Greendale, WI (2008)
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Subcategory:
Americas
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1295 kb
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Rating:
4.2
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995

From Folks Who Recall the Days When 'We Had Everything But Money' - Hardcover - Published by Reminisce Books 1999. This book helps give me that context. It is a great book, with great pictures about the depression

From Folks Who Recall the Days When 'We Had Everything But Money' - Hardcover - Published by Reminisce Books 1999. It is a great book, with great pictures about the depression.

If you are looking for living books about the Great Depression, I am going to introduce you to one of my secrets today

If you are looking for living books about the Great Depression, I am going to introduce you to one of my secrets today. Reiman Publications has produced some wonderful books dealing with the Great Depression. It is described as: from strong people who tell in their own words what it was like when banks closed and hearts opened. There are so many things that make this book great for reading with younger children. First, each story is short, often just half a page to a page.

Most of the book stressed that money wasn't everything; entertainment could be cheap. I loved this book of true stories of people who lived through the Depression. Clothes could be cheap. Christmas could be cheap. What great attitudes they had and what amazing examples they were of knowing that happiness doesn't come from money. Oct 26, 2008 Loretta rated it really liked it.

We Had Everything but Money : Love and Sharing Saw America's Families Through the Great Depression- These Are the Memories of Those Who Lived Through It. by Deb Mulvey.

July 31, 2014 History. We had everything but money. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Memoirs, Diaries, Letters, & Autobiographies from Hthom. Are you sure you want to remove We had everything but money from your list? We had everything but money. love and sharing saw America's families through the Great Depression- these are the memories of those who lived through it. Published 1992 by Roy Reiman in Greendale, WI. Written in English.

Currency devaluations against gold were part of the root cause of the Great Depression. Coupled with protectionism and tariffs, they devastated global economic growth and trade. The Repeat of the 1930s? Do I think it will happen in any significant way in the next few years? It is not my highest probability scenario. This could bring about a second echo recession with even higher deficits.

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Personal accounts and anecdotes offer insight into life during the Great Depression, describing such events as the closing of the banks, looking for a job, braving the ""Dust Bowl,"" and discovering homemade fun.
  • In case the prospective buyer isn't aware, this book represents a compilation of articles harvested from the Reminisce magazine, selected for their having to do with the Great Depression. These articles were submitted by people who lived through that terrible era, which means it's a firsthand account told in an imagination-provoking narrative. Halfway through the book, I became aware of the fact that these stories were beginning to haunt me. With our world currently in the middle of a relentless recession, this book strikes close to home. Stories are always a little more poignant when you realize that they have actually happened, and they can happen again.

    I bought a second copy to give as a Christmas gift. I realized that the wealth we take for granted is best appreciated when we realize how quickly it can all be lost. I think the whole world should read these tales of bare survival, and that's no hyperbole.

  • Although I was born long after the depression (like 20+ years), I've been doing genealogy for nearly 30 years and all of my grandparents went through the depression and my dad was born during the depression, so when doing my genealogy, it is helpful to look at those generations in the context of the depression era. This book helps give me that context. It is a great book, with great pictures about the depression. A friend lent me his copy, and I enjoyed it so much, I needed my own copy!

  • This book is written by common folk - those who either lived the Great Depression, or those who retold the stories of what they saw or remembered. The common thread in the stories is one of determination and resolve to overcome and rise above this terrible time in our nation. My Grandparents were married during the worst of the depression. They drove up in an old Model A Ford, the pastor came out to the car and married them. My Grandad asked how much he owed him, and the pastor suggested whatever he could afford. Granddaddy gave him half of what he had - 25 cents. They started out their lives with exactly 25 cents to their name, 5 children between them, no job. And yet, they had hope. I believe the lessons that are written are timeless, the very same ones we need today.

  • Gave this to my 90+ old aunt.

  • Super interesting and informative portrayal of a somewhat sad period of this country's history. Whether just for the information or for a nostalgic look back, this book is worth getting and reading for the first time or the fifth time.

  • Bought this as a gift for my dad who was born during the Great Depression. It is a compilation of Reminisce magazine, and shows all the hallmarks of that magazine: small articles written from a first person perspective, old black and white photos, quips and jokes.

  • I must admit, I bought these blindly. However they are hard backed, full of photos and stories that will engage any young reader. My kids steal these from the book shelves in the middle of the night with flash lights. I know, but I never let them know I know. :) As a homeschooling mom, you couldn't ask for a better history book. The pictures bring the text alive! Quality is just as good, if not better, than DK books.

  • A book to remind us what it was like during the depression.