Bachelor of Science
Examines the Bracero Program and the decades after in a southwestern state in Mexico called Michoacán and looks at the unique historical migration patterns that links Michoacán to Oregon. Oral history interviews of Michoacán migrants who currently live in Oregon are an important component that will be observed in understanding the complicated migration patterns from Michoacán to Oregon.
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Salinas, Martin, "The Bracero Program and the Migration from Michoacán to Oregon: 1942-1995" (2018). Student Theses, Papers and Projects (History). 259.