“ Mexican workers recruited and brought to the Arkansas valley, Colorado, Nebraska and Minnesota by the FSA (Farm Security...
“ Mexican workers recruited and brought to the Arkansas valley, Colorado, Nebraska and Minnesota by the FSA (Farm Security...
Los Angeles Times photographic archive, UCLA Library. Copyright Regents of the University of California, UCLA Library. “ M...
“ Mexican workers await legal employment in the United States, Mexicali (Mexico)”  -  Los Angeles Times ,  February 8, 195...
“ Mexican worker crushed by crowds at the U.S.-Mexico border, Mexicali (Mexico)”   - Los Angeles Times,    February 2, 195...
“ Mexican workers receive health check before entering the United States, Mexicali (Mexico)”  - Los Angeles Times , Januar...
“ Braceros doing ‘stoop’ labor in the pepper fields of the Firebaugh area, Calif., 1963  “  - Los Angeles Times,  October ...
Published caption:  BACK TO NATIVE LAND-Mexican braceros load their belongings, many acquired in this country, aboard bus ...
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The Bracero Program

  1. 1. “ Mexican workers recruited and brought to the Arkansas valley, Colorado, Nebraska and Minnesota by the FSA (Farm Security Administration), to harvest and process sugar beets under contract with the Inter-mountain Agricultural Improvement Association, 1943.” Farm Security Administration - Office of War Information Photograph Collection (Library of Congress).
  2. 2. “ Mexican workers recruited and brought to the Arkansas valley, Colorado, Nebraska and Minnesota by the FSA (Farm Security Administration), to harvest and process sugar beets under contract with the Inter-mountain Agricultural Improvement Association, 1943.” Farm Security Administration - Office of War Information Photograph Collection (Library of Congress).
  3. 3. Los Angeles Times photographic archive, UCLA Library. Copyright Regents of the University of California, UCLA Library. “ Mexican American youths detained for questioning” - Los Angeles Daily News, 1942
  4. 4. “ Mexican workers await legal employment in the United States, Mexicali (Mexico)” - Los Angeles Times , February 8, 1954. Los Angeles Times photographic archive, UCLA Library. Copyright Regents of the University of California, UCLA Library.
  5. 5. “ Mexican worker crushed by crowds at the U.S.-Mexico border, Mexicali (Mexico)” - Los Angeles Times, February 2, 1954 Los Angeles Times photographic archive, UCLA Library. Copyright Regents of the University of California, UCLA Library.
  6. 6. “ Mexican workers receive health check before entering the United States, Mexicali (Mexico)” - Los Angeles Times , January 27, 1954. Los Angeles Times photographic archive, UCLA Library. Copyright Regents of the University of California, UCLA Library.
  7. 7. “ Braceros doing ‘stoop’ labor in the pepper fields of the Firebaugh area, Calif., 1963 “ - Los Angeles Times, October 20, 1963. Los Angeles Times photographic archive, UCLA Library. Copyright Regents of the University of California, UCLA Library.
  8. 8. Published caption: BACK TO NATIVE LAND-Mexican braceros load their belongings, many acquired in this country, aboard bus to begin 14-mile trip from El Centro reception center to the border. They were homebound because Mexican arm labor import program has ended. - Los Angeles Times, January 1, 1965 Los Angeles Times photographic archive, UCLA Library. Copyright Regents of the University of California, UCLA Library. “ Braceros loading their belongings onto a bus for trip home to Mexico, 1965”

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