In 1930 and during the subsequent decade, 2.5 million migrant workers left the
Plains states due to the destruction caused by the so-called Dust Bowl. Between
Life for migrant workers in the 1930s, during the Great Depression, was an ... by
the Depression were Mexicans and Mexican-Americans working in California, ...
During the 1930s, some 1.3 million Americans from the Midwest and ... Clark Kerr
selected a migrant from Texas and Oklahoma, Bill Hamett, to be the workers' ...
Mexican and Mexican American migrant farm workers expected conditions like
those pictured above as they sought farm work in California and other states in ...
Migrant farmers. Added to the man-made financial problems were natural ones.
... sought work as casual farmhands. Migrant farmworkers. © New Deal Network.
For example, thousands of Mexican and Mexican-American migrant workers
toiled ... workers in Colorado saw their wages decrease from $27 an acre in 1930
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Jan 16, 2011 ... We're going to California as the Great depression sets in.
A lot of people were itinerant workers during the great depression due to the
mass ... The major effect of the Great Depression on America was expanded ...
Oct 3, 2012 ... Migrant workers came to be called okies, because although they were ... looking
for work in California during the 1930's, all at the same time.
1930s Collection The Environment ... The Dust Bowl exodus was the largest
migration in American history. By 1940, 2.5 ... They took up the work of Mexican
migrant workers, 120,000 of whom were repatriated during the 1930s. Life for