By: Devin DeGregory, Ashton Connell, Nate Koenig
The Existence Of Migrant Workers
Life Of Migrant Workers
The life of a migrant worker was very hard. they had bad living conditions, little money or no money, had difficulty finding jobs. Had children to take care of, children had to work to help support the family, little food, barely any clothing, and they were mainly treated badly.
Migrant Workers Traveled Place To Place
Migrant workers traveled to California to the promised land but they were not promised the promised land. Migrant workers would come from the north and south. Traveling from place to place as the seasons changed looking for seasonal farm labor. In Fall 1931, migrant workers were arriving in the state of California at the rate of 1,200-1,500 a day, an annual rate of almost 500,000.