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Between 1910 and 1930, over one million Mexicans migrated to the U.S. to seek a better life. Still today, the dream of creating better living circumstances continues to motivate people to take this hazardous journey. Each day, hundreds of Mexican men, women and children risk their lives crossing the border into the U.S. They travel through the cold mountains, the desert and valleys. Many of these immigrants have come to the U.S. in search of employment in numerous industries. For the Cuevas family, the dream of a new life in the U.S., outweighed the danger of the journey…
Oral History, Stockton - CA, California, Mexican American, History
Stevens, Brandon. "Cuevas Family: Ricardo Antonio Cuevas (Youth)". (2005). STOCKTONSpeaks! Mexican American Stories. Oral History 6.
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