Michigan During the Great Depression
Nov 16, 2023 | 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Instructor: Dr. Larry Bukowski, Ed.D
While everyone in the United States suffered dearly during the Great Depression, Michigan was uniquely singled out. What circumstances contributed to a lost decade? How did families survive during these most difficult times? Could similar problems plague our state today? All of these intriguing questions will be addressed in a most interesting and interactive presentation. Learn how the problems of the Great Depression still affect us 90 years later.
About the Presenter: Dr. Larry Bukowski has been an educator for more than 45 years as a high school and middle school social studies teacher, counselor, principal, and college instructor of teacher education and history. He has M.A. degrees in history and counseling and a doctoral degree in organizational studies. Larry has taught several senior courses in history as well as in driver safety and has become a valued regular contributor to MORE.