Stock Market Crash

Timeline created by Daja Parker
In History
  • farmers

    Framers start to grow desperate and upset because they h=worked hard to produce crops and livestock's. In the 1930s prices began to drop so low .that farmers went bankrupt and some lost their farms.
  • Teddy Roosevelt’s 100 days

    Teddy Roosevelt’s 100 days
    Teddy Roosevelt’s first 100 days was important because that was when the 13 major laws were enacted.
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    Stock Market Crash

    The stock market crash began in 1929 when there the stock prices began to collapse. This was one of the worst declines in U.S. history.
  • Banks began to fail

    Banks began to fail
    Large numbers of people withdrew their deposits in cash, which forced banks to liquidate loans and lead the banks to fail
  • Empire State Buildng

    Empire State Buildng
    Declared by president Herbert Hoover on the 1st of May 1931 , which is the worlds tallest building in the world.
  • 20th amendment

    20th amendment
    reduced the presidential transition and the lame duck period, by which members of Congress and the president serve the remainder of their after an election.
  • food riots

    food riots
    People started blaming wall street, bankers, ect causing small riots around U.S.A
  • New deal

    New deal
    Series of programs, public work projects, financial reforms, and regulations enlaced by president Roosevelt.
  • National Industrial Recovery Act

    National Industrial Recovery Act
    Labor law and consumer law passed by the 73rd us congress to authorize the president to regulate industry for fair wages and prices.
  • Unemployment

    The highest rate of unemployment was in 1933 were 24.9% were unemployed. The unemployment remained above 14% from 1931 to 1940.
  • 21st

    Repealed federal prohibition, which had been enacted through the 18th amendment in 1919.
  • Employment projects

    Employment projects
    wpa remained as the work projects administration, It was an American new deal agency, which employed millions of job seekers.