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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in [Washington .
Written in English


  • United States. Work Projects Administration.

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Series76th Cong., 3d sess. House. Rept., 2187, House report (United States. Congress. House) ;, 76th Congress, Rept. 2187.
ContributionsTaylor, Edward T. 1858-1941., Cannon, Clarence, 1879-1964.
LC ClassificationsHD3881 .A5 1940b
The Physical Object
Pagination14 p.
Number of Pages14
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6407318M
LC Control Number40026568

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The Works Progress Administration (WPA) was more than a program that put the unemployed to work, it was a revolutionary concept that sought to improve the lives of Americans through the physical improvement of their surroundings and the physical and intellectual improvement of themselves. On this date in , FDR issued executive order , establishing the Works Progress Administration. The WPA superseded the work of the Federal Emergency Relief Administration, which was dissolved. Direct relief assistance was permanently replaced by a national work relief program—a major public works program directed by the WPA.   President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs the Works Progress Administration into law on May 6, The Federal Writers Project followed on July This Library Research Guide was developed by Bruce Whitham. It is posted on the Rowan University Libraries' Research Guides site to introduce a fascinating series of guides (the "American Guide Series"), produced by workers in the Federal Writers' Project, one of many projects of the Works Progress Administration (WPA) [also called Work Projects Administration ()].

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