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Final statistical report of the Federal Emergency Relief Administration.
United States. Federal Emergency Relief Administration.
At head of title: Federal Works Agency. John M. Carmody, administrator.
|Statement||Prepared under the direction of Theodore E. Whiting. Work Projects Administration.|
|Contributions||Whiting, Theodore E., United States. Work Projects Administration.|
|LC Classifications||HV85 .A55 1942|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 1 l., 405 p.|
|Number of Pages||405|
|LC Control Number||42038524|
), ; Theodore Whiting, Final Statistical Reports of the Federal Emergency Relief Administration (Washington: GPO, ), Whiting observes that only about 10 percent of the funds concerned production of goods for the needy. 5Jacob Baker to William L. Nunn, 11 December , National Archives, Record. AFDC: unlimited federal funds, states required to assist all those eligible, parents with children under 3 exempt from work requirement, no work trigger or time limit TANF: fixed federal grant, no entitlement, no exemptions from work requirement (some by state), work trigger required after 2 .
A variety of work relief projects were implemented in the Federal Emergency Relief Administration (FERA), the first U.S. federal relief agency begun in May and lasting until December They included construction, projects for professionals (e.g., writers, artists, actors and musicians), and production of consumer by: 3. The letter from Hopkins had been taped into a beautifully bound book published by the TERA on October 1, , Emergency Unemployment Relief Laws in the State of New York: , a gift from Hopkins to Straus, obviously when the latter retired. The typed, unsigned note, is from one of the sons of Jesse Straus who is the “Father” the writer refers to.
emergency or disaster, as well as information on emergency relief resources for agencies preparing for a potential future emergency. This manual will be of particular use for agencies that are seeking or have received funding under the Federal Transit Administration’s (FTA’s) Emergency Relief (ER) Program. Federal Emergency Relief Administration. ( a, January). Survey of common labor rates paid on the work program. Monthly report of the Federal Emergency Relief Administration. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office. Google ScholarCited by: 4.
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Washington: Federal Works Agency, Work Projects Administration: United States Government Printing Office, (OCoLC) Final Statistical Report of the Federal Emergency Relief Administration. Washington DC: United States Government Printing Office, First edition.
Paperback. Small quarto [26 cm] Brown wraps, with sporadic small closed and open tears to the edges. The largest tear is open, measuring 2" wide by 1/2" deep. Very good minus. Final statistical report of the Federal Emergency Relief Administration. Prepared under the direction of Theodore E.
Whiting. Prepared under the direction of Theodore E. Whiting. Work Projects Administration U.S. Govt. Print. Most federal relief efforts had been mired for some time in a quagmire of political and legislative wrangling.
Little aid or direction had actually reached the state level. Onthe Federal Emergency Relief Administration (FERA) was inaugurated. RECORDS OF THE FEDERAL EMERGENCY RELIEF ADMINISTRATION (FERA) History: Established by authority of the Federal Emergency Relief Act of (48 Stat.
55),to allocate grants to state and local agencies for direct and work relief, to set minimum relief standards, and to coordinate information on relief problems, policies, and procedures. Summary of the Federal Emergency Relief Administration (FERA) Summary and Definition: The Federal Emergency Relief Act, passed by Congress at the outset of the New Deal on The Federal Emergency Relief Administration (FERA) was a federal government relief agency that was created by the law to provide relief support to nearly 5 million households each month.
(Source: "Final Statistical Report of the Federal Emergency Relief Administration,"pp. 64,and ) ("Production," a mural study for the Buchannon, Michigan Post Office, by Gertrude Goodrich (?), created while she was in, or competing for, a New Deal Section of Fine Arts commission, in The Federal Emergency Relief Administration (FERA) was the new name given by the Roosevelt Administration to the Emergency Relief Administration (ERA) which President Franklin Delano Roosevelt had created in FERA was established as a result of the Federal Emergency Relief Act and was replaced in by the Works Progress Administration (WPA).
Superseding agency: Works Progress. FEDERAL EMERGENCY RELIEF ADMINISTRATION, Washington, D.C., May IS, SIR: I transmit herewith the final report covering the Unemploy ment Relief Census secured in the Nation-wide survey of all families and persons receiving relief from public funds during OctoberThe information contained in this report gives, for the first time,File Size: 8MB.
Persons interested in pursuing ideas suggested in this paper, or dissatisfied with these disclaimers, should contact the authors for copies of these other papers. 2 The benefit, case and budget variables were obtained from Works Progress Administration, Final Statistical Report of the Federal Emergency Relief Administration (Washington, Cited by: Abstract.
Recession and accompanying unemployment often brings calls to revive the WPA (Works Progress Administration), an extensive job creation program from the Great Depression of the gh the WPA is the best known Depression era work program, it was preceded by the even more innovative and controversial FERA (Federal Emergency Relief Administration) and CWA Cited by: 4.
Federal Emergency Relief Administration, The Emergency Work Relief Program of the FERA, April 1, – July 1,Federal Works Agency, Work Projects Administration, Final Statistical Report of the Federal Emergency Relief Administration, Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, Full text of "Summary of relief and federal work program statistics, " See other formats.
Hopkins himself highlights the issues at stake in Spending to Save: The Complete Story of Relief (University of Washington Press: Seattle, and ), pp. 97–, while the government’s own Final Statistical Report of the Federal Emergency Relief Administration (Works Progress Administration, Government Printing Office, ) provides a mass of : Anthony J.
Badger. The Federal Emergency Relief Act, passed at the outset of the New Deal by Congress onwas the opening shot in the war against the Great created the Federal Emergency Relief Administration (FERA), which was alloted a start-up fund of $ million from the Reconstruction Finance Corporation to help the needy and unemployed.
The Federal Emergency Relief Act ofimplemented President Roosevelt's first major initiative to combat the adverse economic and social effects of the Great Depression. The act established the Federal Emergency Relief Administration, a grant-making agency authorized to distribute federal aid to the states for relief.
In United States: Relief 12,Congress established a Federal Emergency Relief Administration to distribute half a billion dollars to state and local agencies. Roosevelt also created the Civil Works Administration, which by January was employing more than 4, men and women.
Final statistical report of the Federal emergency relief administration.: Prepared under the direction of Theodore E. Whiting. Work projects administration.The Emergency Relief Program allows FTA, subject to the availability of appropriations, to make grants for eligible public transportation capital and operating costs in the event of a catastrophic event, such as a natural disaster, that affects a wide area, as a result of which the Governor of a State has declared an emergency and the Secretary.ees have coordinated Federal response and recovery efforts and supported State, Tribal, and local efforts in more than 1, incidents.
The Federal Government’s involvement in emergency management; however, did not begin in Federal disaster relief actually started more than years ago. Federal Disaster Response and Emergency Management.