In the United States, electricity became common in homes in urban areas in the 1930s. Some people living in the country still did not have access to electricity at this time. More »

The Eastern Woodland Indians lived throughout the eastern areas that were heavily wooded in the United States, which is why they were known as the Eastern Woodland Indians. The Eastern Woodland Indians were made up of ma... More »

United Country Real Estate specializes in selling properties such as ranches, farms, undeveloped land and homes in and near rural areas of the United States, according to its website. As of 2015, listings include recreat... More »

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Commonwealth Edison distributes electricity to more than 3.8 million homes and businesses in the Chicago and Northern Illinois areas, which is 70 percent of the state's population. ComEd is a subsidiary of Exelon Corpora... More »

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The Dust Bowl was a severe drought that hit the U.S. Midwest in the 1930s. It was caused by irregular fluctuations in ocean temperatures, dry climates and poor farming techniques. It was characterized by massive dust sto... More »

The role of women in the 1930s was primarily to become the glue that holds the family together through economic strife, according to the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History. Though men were still primarily the b... More »

Poverty colored the experience of growing up in the southern United States during the 1930s, as did poor education and hard work. Many children couldn't afford clothes, and those that could only had a couple changes of c... More »