Bonnie and Clyde in March 1933, in a photo found by police at the Joplin, Missouri hideout.

Source: Photo by one of the Barrow gang
from between 1932 and 1934, Wikimedia Commons

Remembering the Great Depression

The Great Depression was a time of extreme hardship in American history, yet there were glimmers of hope. Think about what you have read and how the pieces have differed or been similar in purpose, audience, tone, and formality of tone. We’ve touched on just a few examples, but use what you have learned to analyze more writing from this era.

Open the graphic organizer and follow the instructions. You can save, download, and print this file. When you are finished using the graphic organizer, you will have completed this lesson. Graphic Organizer Instructions