This is the "The New Deal" page of the "The New Deal" guide.
Alternate Page for Screenreader Users
Skip to Page Navigation
Skip to Page Content

The New Deal  

Was the New Deal an effective way to respond to the Great Depression?
Last Updated: Sep 6, 2012 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

The New Deal Print Page

The New Deal

Page Contents:

  • NoodleTools
  • Databases
  • eBooks
  • Websites
  • Statistical Data
  • Citation Rubric


Annals of American History

Explore the rich and varied history of the United States through speeches, historical accounts, memoirs, poems, images, and multimedia.

Britannica Annals of American History



Try adding statistics into your search.

Bureau of Labor Statistics - use "new deal" as your search term


Citation Rubric

Upload PDF of finalized rubric


U.S. History in Context

U.S. History in Context offers contextual information on hundreds of the most significant people, events, and topics in U.S. history. It contains magazines, academic journals, news articles, primary source documents, images, videos, audio files, and links to vetted websites.


Opposing Viewpoints in Context

Use the search term "new deal" for articles and resources showing both sides of the New Deal.

Enter your search in the box below or access the site

Opposing Viewpoints in Context.



LexisNexis is good for searching historical data.



For a more advanced search experience, try JSTOR 


e-Book Resources

Search keywords and use the index at the back of the e-book.

Remember to "close" the book when finished. Otherwise it will be unavailable to other readers.

Cover Art
The Great Depression and WWII 1929-1949 - Rodney P. Carlisle
Call Number: 973.91 Gre
ISBN: 9780816071807
Publication Date: 2009
Provides an overview of what life was like in the United States from 1929 through 1949, discussing family, social attitudes, religion, education, science, entertainment, crime, labor, military, transportation, public health, and other related topics.

Cover Art
Great Depression: People and Perspectives - Hamilton Cravens
Call Number: 338.5 Gre
ISBN: 9781598840933
Publication Date: 2009
Essays and documents provide insight into the Great Depression, discussing how it affected women, immigrants, African-Americans, culture, and more.


Loading  Loading...