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Agricultural laborers -- California

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: 670 __ |a UMI business vocab. |b (Farm labor, Farmworkers) 670 __ |a Web. 3 |b (farmhand: a farm laborers, esp. a hired laborer on a farm)

Use for flower pickers, agricultural workers, farmhands who are US born or whose nationality is unknown. For agricultural laborers from other countries use "Migrant agricultural laborers"

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

El Obrero Rebelde (vol. 2, no. 2), 1979-05

Scope and Contents "¿No Importa la Salud de los Campesinos?"; "Como Sacaron al Miedo de Aacozari"; "Luchamos Para Rescatar Neustro Hospital"; "En la lechuga: 'No tenemos nada que perder'"; "Niegan Servicio Médico a Indocumentados Guatamala: "El Pueblo Quiere Organización"; "¿Que pasa en el Hospital si uno no Habla Ingles?"; "Proclama del Frente Democrático"; "Historia de la Clase Obrera Norte-Americana: Gente Obrera De California: Los Mexicanos"; "Para Clase Obrera, No Hay Frontera"Issue also...
Dates: Issued: 1979-05

Male agricultural laborer, Flower Fields, Carlsbad

 Digital Image
Identifier: SC003-P-026

Nagata, Alethea and George, 2022-11-16

Identifier: SC027-033
Scope and Contents Oral History of 2nd generation (George and Alethea Nagata) who represent four generations of Japanese Americans contributing to the agricultural industry of North County San Diego, California. During their interview the Nagatas discuss their family history, their forced internments at Poston Relocation Center in Yuma, Arizona during World War II, their lives post-internment, and their working lives as agricultural laborers and family farmers. The Nagatas discuss their operations in detail...
Dates: 2022-11-16

Picking ranuculus, Flower Fields in Carlsbad

Identifier: SC003-P-025 to SC003-P-026; SC003-P-241
Scope and Contents "Picking [ranuculus]. Flower fields in Carlsbad." [025: Woman wearing straw wide-brimmed hat, bule shirt, and jeans, and holding bundle of red and orange-yellow ranunculus. She stands in a field of orange-yellow ranunculus. Four laborers and overhead spray sprinklers in background. 026: Man wearing black hat, brown shirt, and white pants picking ranunculus in yellow and white filed of the flowers; 241: Agricultural workers harvest flowers, possibly ranunculus in the Carlsbad Flower Fields....
Dates: 1968-2001

Rios, Dan. Interview, 2017-03-30

Identifier: SC003-I-01
Scope and Contents Daniel Flores Rios, born in Hanford, California. April 10th, 1939 to Theodore and Jennie Rios, was the Chief Photographer at the Escondido Times-Advocate and North County Times newspapers. This interview recounts Rios's childhood and early adulthood, and his personal and educational journey towards becoming a news photographer.As a child and teen laborer Rios, due to extreme heat, convinced his field worker family to leave the Central Valley and join his aunts in San Diego. They...
Dates: 2017-03-30