"That boy of mine": 1936.  Depression refugee family from Tulsa, Oklahoma. Arrived in California June 1936. Mother and three half-grown children; no father. Says the mother: Anybody wants to work can get by. But if a person loses their faith in the soil like so many of them back there in Oklahoma, then there aint no hope for them. Were making it all right here, all but for the schooling, cause that boy of mine, he wants to go to the University. by Dorothea Lange

"That boy of mine": 1936. Depression refugee family from Tulsa, Oklahoma. Arrived in California June 1936. Mother and three half-grown children; no father. Says the mother: Anybody wants to work can get by. But if a person loses their faith in the soil like so many of them back there in Oklahoma, then there aint no hope for them. Were making it all right here, all but for the schooling, cause that boy of mine, he wants to go to the University. by Dorothea Lange

In a new survey conducted among Syrian refugees, the question was put to them of whether they sympathize with ISIS, and while the percentage is small, the total number is enormous. From the Blaze: …

In a new survey conducted among Syrian refugees, the question was put to them of whether they sympathize with ISIS, and while the percentage is small, the total number is enormous. From the Blaze: …

February 1939. "Child of migrant sitting by kitchen cabinet in tent home near Edinburg, Texas."

February 1939. "Child of migrant sitting by kitchen cabinet in tent home near Edinburg, Texas."

July 1936. Hoe culture in the South. Poor white, North Carolina. Photo by Dorothea Lange for the Resettlement Administration.

July 1936. Hoe culture in the South. Poor white, North Carolina. Photo by Dorothea Lange for the Resettlement Administration.

January 1939. "sharecropper mother teaching children numbers and alphabet in home. Transylvania, Louisiana." Medium-format nitrate negative by Russell Lee for the Resettlement Administration.

January 1939. "sharecropper mother teaching children numbers and alphabet in home. Transylvania, Louisiana." Medium-format nitrate negative by Russell Lee for the Resettlement Administration.

End of the Road: June 1935. Children of Oklahoma drought refugees on highway near Bakersfield, California. Family of six; no shelter, no food, no money and almost no gasoline. The child has bone tuberculosis. Medium-format nitrate negative by Dorothea Lange for the Resettlement Administration.

End of the Road: June 1935. Children of Oklahoma drought refugees on highway near Bakersfield, California. Family of six; no shelter, no food, no money and almost no gasoline. The child has bone tuberculosis. Medium-format nitrate negative by Dorothea Lange for the Resettlement Administration.

July 1936. "Drought area of North Dakota. Family leaving drought-stricken farm for Oregon or Washington."

July 1936. "Drought area of North Dakota. Family leaving drought-stricken farm for Oregon or Washington."

January 1939. "Herrin, Illinois. Family on relief living in shanty at city dump." (Photo by Arthur Rothstein for the Resettlement Administration.)

January 1939. "Herrin, Illinois. Family on relief living in shanty at city dump." (Photo by Arthur Rothstein for the Resettlement Administration.)

January 1937. "Children of citrus workers in hallway of apartment house. Winter Haven, Fla." Swearing, Gambling and Drinking, with their little brother Allowed. Photo by Arthur Rothstein, Resettlement Administration.

January 1937. "Children of citrus workers in hallway of apartment house. Winter Haven, Fla." Swearing, Gambling and Drinking, with their little brother Allowed. Photo by Arthur Rothstein, Resettlement Administration.

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