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Which best describes what drew migrants to California in the 1930s? opportunities in coal mining family that had migrated previously the promise of free housing the promise of fruit-picking jobs

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Alexa Spicer on January 2, 2018

The one that attracted immigrants to California in the 1930's was: the promise of the fruit of the collection of jobsin 1930s, several territories in the united states were experiencing the dust bowl. This event destroyed several agricultural field in north america, due to the continuous dust storms. California was not affected by this event. This is the reason why many farm workers who lost their jobs because of the event migrated to California.

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