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The last of the train cars removing the inhabitants from Atlanta.

The last of the train cars removing the inhabitants from Atlanta.

New York City - Colored refugees from Arkansas awaiting transportation to Liberia at the Mount Olivet Baptist Chapel.

Departure of colored emigrants for Liberia; from The Illustrated American, March 21, 1896.

Refugees' camp in Jefferson Square.

Refugees' camp in Jefferson Square.

Refugees' camp in Jefferson Square.

Little houses built of paper, earthquake refugees in Jefferson Square, San Francisco, Cal.

Refugees' Camp at ball grounds in Golden Gate Park.

Jim Forrest's camp, where 20 tons of provisions were distributed each day to the San Francisco refugees.

Refugees snug camp in the shades of Columbia Park, San Francisco fire-swept disctrict.

San Francisco refugees camped by the wayside and cooking their rations in the gutters.

Refugees' camp, former dwelling in ruins in background. This is earthquake work.

Refugees' camp, former dwelling in ruins in background. This is earthquake work.

Refugees' camp, former dwelling in ruins in background. This is earthquake work.

Refugees' camp, former dwelling in ruins in background. This is earthquake work.

Refugees' camp in Jefferson Square.

Refugees' camp in Jefferson Square.

A family of refugees waiting for dinner in camp at Ft. Mason after the San Francisco disaster.

San Francisco refugees camped by the wayside and cooking their rations in the gutters.

Refugees' Camp at ball grounds in Golden Gate Park.

Refugees' camp, former dwelling in ruins in background. This is earthquake work.

Refugees' camp in Jefferson Square.

Jim Forrest's camp, where 20 tons of provisions were distributed each day to the San Francisco refugees.

A glimpse of the quiet camp life of refugees in Golden Gate Park after the San Francisco disaster.

Refugees' Camp at ball grounds in Golden Gate Park.

Refugees' Camp at ball grounds in Golden Gate Park.

San Francisco refugees camped by the wayside and cooking their rations in the gutters.

Jim Forrest's camp, where 20 tons of provisions were distributed each day to the San Francisco refugees.

Refugees snug camp in the shades of Columbia Park, San Francisco fire-swept disctrict.

A family of refugees waiting for dinner in camp at Ft. Mason after the San Francisco disaster.

Serving out Army supplies to unending bread line of refugees at Ft. Mason, San Francisco disaster.

Refugees' camp, former dwelling in ruins in background. This is earthquake work.

Refugees' camp in Jefferson Square.

Serving out Army supplies to unending bread line of refugees at Ft. Mason, San Francisco disaster.

Jim Forrest's camp, where 20 tons of provisions were distributed each day to the San Francisco refugees.

Refugees snug camp in the shades of Columbia Park, San Francisco fire-swept disctrict.

A family of refugees waiting for dinner in camp at Ft. Mason after the San Francisco disaster.

Serving out Army supplies to unending bread line of refugees at Ft. Mason, San Francisco disaster.

Refugees' Camp at ball grounds in Golden Gate Park.

Refugees' Camp at ball grounds in Golden Gate Park.

A glimpse of the quiet camp life of refugees in Golden Gate Park after the San Francisco disaster.

A family of refugees waiting for dinner in camp at Ft. Mason after the San Francisco disaster.

Refugees' Camp at ball grounds in Golden Gate Park.

Refugees' Camp at ball grounds in Golden Gate Park.

Refugees' Camp at ball grounds in Golden Gate Park.

Refugees' camp in Jefferson Square.

Refugees' camp in Jefferson Square.

Refugees snug camp in the shades of Columbia Park, San Francisco fire-swept disctrict.

San Francisco refugees camped by the wayside and cooking their rations in the gutters.

Serving out Army supplies to unending bread line of refugees at Ft. Mason, San Francisco disaster.

Little houses built of paper, earthquake refugees in Jefferson Square, San Francisco, Cal.

Refugees' Camp at ball grounds in Golden Gate Park.

Refugees' Camp at ball grounds in Golden Gate Park.

Refugees' Camp at ball grounds in Golden Gate Park.

Refugees' camp in Jefferson Square.

Along the highway near Bakersfield, California. Dust bowl refugees.

Along the highway near Bakersfield, California. Dust bowl refugees.

Okla. drought refugees in Calif. 1936.

California housing for Oklahoma refugees.

California housing for Oklahoma refugees.

Drought refugees. California

Okla. drought refugees in Calif. 1936.

Negro getting a haircut in front of church which houses flood refugees. Sikeston, Missouri.

Child flood refugees. Tent City near Shawneetown, Illinois.

Child flood refugees. Tent City near Shawneetown, Illinois.

Negroes in the lineup for food at mealtime in the camp for flood refugees, Forrest City, Arkansas

Negroes in the lineup for food at mealtime in the camp for flood refugees, Forrest City, Arkansas

Negroes in the lineup for food at mealtime in the camp for flood refugees, Forrest City, Arkansas

Flood refugees in canning factory used by the Red Cross as a relief station. Mayfield, Kentucky

Flood refugees at mealtime, Forrest City, Arkansas

Negroes in the lineup for food at mealtime in the camp for flood refugees, Forrest City, Arkansas

A girl in the camp for white flood refugees, Forrest City, Arkansas

Negro getting a haircut in front of church which houses flood refugees. Sikeston, Missouri.

Negroes in the lineup for food at meal time in the camp for flood refugees, Forrest City, Arkansas

Negroes in the lineup for food at mealtime in the camp for flood refugees, Forrest City, Arkansas

California migratory farm laborers-drought refugees from Oklahoma-camped in the brush on the river bottom with no water or sanitation. On the outskirts of Brawley, Imperial Valley, Calif.

The mecca of hundreds of drought refugees seeking work and resettlement. Cotton and potatoes provide employment. Squatter camp in Kern County, California.

Negroes in the lineup for food at mealtime in the camp for flood refugees, Forrest City, Arkansas

Negroes in the lineup for food at mealtime in the camp for flood refugees, Forrest City, Arkansas

Negroes in the lineup for food at mealtime in the camp for flood refugees, Forrest City, Arkansas

Flood refugees at mealtime, Forrest City, Arkansas

Flood refugees at mealtime, Forrest City, Arkansas

Flood refugees in canning factory used by the Red Cross as a relief station. Mayfield, Kentucky

Flood refugees in canning factory used by the Red Cross as a relief station. Mayfield, Kentucky

Negroes in the lineup for food at mealtime in the camp for flood refugees, Forrest City, Arkansas

Flood refugees at mealtime, Forrest City, Arkansas

A girl in the camp for white flood refugees, Forrest City, Arkansas

Negroes in the lineup for food at meal time in the camp for flood refugees, Forrest City, Arkansas

Negroes in the lineup for food at mealtime in the camp for flood refugees, Forrest City, Arkansas

Negroes in the lineup for food at mealtime in the camp for flood refugees, Forrest City, Arkansas

Cornbread. Food for flood refugees at the Forrest City concentration camp. Arkansas

Flood refugees at mealtime, Forrest City, Arkansas

California migratory farm laborers-drought refugees from Oklahoma-camped in the brush on the river bottom with no water or sanitation. On the outskirts of Brawley, Imperial Valley, Calif.

The mecca of hundreds of drought refugees seeking work and resettlement. Cotton and potatoes provide employment. Squatter camp in Kern County, California.

Negroes in the lineup for food at mealtime in the camp for flood refugees, Forrest City, Arkansas

Cornbread. Food for flood refugees at the Forrest City concentration camp. Arkansas

Flood refugees at mealtime, Forrest City, Arkansas

Flood refugees in canning factory used by the Red Cross as a relief station. Mayfield, Kentucky

Diary entries : October 30, 1918 Staden Belgium; The return of the refugees (poem); photographs depicting nurse posing in front of ruined house, ruined building.

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