I'm talking about the workers project administration and I think I will be studying who or how many workers built buildings. I also want to know where they were built.

Thanks, Mak

This site will give you statistics and general information on the WPA.


Here are some very interesting sites related to WPA art projects , plus links to other sites.

To find information on the number of workers who built buildings and where they were built during the Works Progress Administration (WPA), you can follow these steps:

1. Start by visiting the official Wikipedia page for the Works Progress Administration (WPA). The link provided is http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Works_Progress_Administration.
2. This page will provide you with statistics and general information about the WPA, including its purpose, projects, and impact.
3. Take note of any specific information that relates to the workers and construction projects.
4. To further explore the WPA's art projects, you can visit http://www.wpamurals.com/. This website focuses on the art created by the WPA and can give additional insight into the projects undertaken by the workers.
5. The WPAMurals website may also provide links to other related sites that can offer more specific information on the buildings constructed during the WPA.

By following these steps, you should be able to gather information about the workers, the number of buildings they constructed, and their locations during the Works Progress Administration.