Historic Travel US In the Grip of The Great Depression Volume II Trailer

Historic Travel US In the Grip of The Great Depression Volume II Trailer (2005)

05 January 2005

See how the people of Britton South Dakota faced up to the challenges thrown at them by the great depression of the 30s. Witness their resolute spirit and never-say-die attitude, in the fascinating films on this fabulous and historic DVD, the second of a two-volume set on South Dakota.

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