Mississippi Between the World Wars. The Great Migration. During World War I and in the years after the war, large numbers of black Mississippians moved to the northern and Midwestern cities of the U.S. They made the move for two reasons:
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The Works Progress Administration (WPA), the Public Works Administration (PWA) and the Civilian Conservation Corp (CCC) hired the unemployed to build useful public projects and manage the state’s natural resources.
The Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA) provided support to farmers and introduced new technology in the state.