Civilian Works Administration
What the CWA did to help!
The Civilian Works Administration helped employe over 4 million people during the great depression. This put millions of homeless, jobless men on Goverment payroll.
Just a workin!!
6,000 men working on roads in the heat of California in San Francisco in 1934.
High and Dry
This a picture of the Montlake Bridge, which 3,500 men were given work.
Paving the way
Thousands of men worked on this road for the okies to get to California, in 1932.
How many the CWA helped.
In North Dakota alone the CWA employed 6,500 wokers. Which helped pull the US out of the great depression.