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Thursday, January 18, 2007

"WPA" Sidewalk

~The WPA was created in May 1935 to replace earlier attempts to bring the Depression under control with the Federal Emergency Relief Administration (FERA), the Public Works Administration (PWA), and the Civil Works Administration (CWA), the purpose of the Works Progress Administration was to provide jobs for the unemployed who were able to work. It was not a program for the aged, handicapped or other unemployables, all of whom would be helped by state and local governments, but rather it provided assistance to people who simply could not find a job. Sometimes called a “make work” program, the WPA eventually employed approximately one-third of the nation’s 10 million unemployed, paying them about $50.00 a month. ~(:-_))-kfh

1 comment:

Genevieve said...

That's a very inviting sidewalk!