During the Depression era, families across America learned the real meaning of deprivation and sacrifice and community effort. It’s hard for us to imagine how awful (and deep) and how long of a period it was, but despite their dire economic straits, they remained hopeful for the future and worked every day to improve their lives. They were immigrant pioneers who came from hard times and didn’t turn and run. They are our parents and grandparents. They belong to us. And we to them. Today, whatever our problems, we enjoy conveniences they couldn’t imagine. We are the beneficiaries of their resiliency and hope for the future. The images in this collection will remind us of that heritage, keep our problems in perspective, and fill us with gratitude for the legacy of faith and tenacity gifted to us by this greatest of generations.Oh, and if you suddenly stopped seeing most of the SDL posts, you're not alone. Recent changes to what is shown on your wall were implemented, and it's out of our control. To help with this: go to the page and do two things: first, enable "follow," and then make sure you have it set to receive notifications for new posts. Of course, the more you interact with different posts on the page, the more Facebook will show you in the future. Hope this helps!
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