New Mexico Role in New Deal (1933-1939)

The following are source documents which cover the New Mexico Role in New Deal. They are intended to be used for teaching New Mexico history.

Depression Migration Patterns

  • Dust Bowl Families
    Photograph - Library of Congress
    In this picture, three related drought refugee families have stalled on the highway near Lordsburg, New Mexico. From farms near Claremore, Oklahoma, they have been working as migratory workers in Calfornia and Arizona and are now trying to get to

CCC Camps

  • State to get Six CCC Camps
    Newspaper Article - Albuquerque Journal
    This article defines the CCC camps that were to be instituted in New

WPA Projects

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