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I migrated to the West myself. I was pushed off the farm for a number of contributing causes; I went to Arizona and California and there the wages for cotton picking was so low that we formed ourselves in a group and finally got in touch with the labor organization, the United Canners Agricultural, Packing and Allied Workers of America  >>more...>>

Title:     Testimony of Otis Nation, Director, O.T.F.U.
Author:    Nation, Otis
Source:     U. S. Congress. House. Select Committee to Investigate the Interstate Migration of Destitute Citizens. Interstate Migration. Hearings… (Washington: GPO, 1940-41), p. 2104.
Date:     September 19, 1940

Publisher:     Tolan Committee Hearings
Type:     Testimony

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Agricultural Labor
Internal Migration
Labor Unions
Oklahoma
Oklahoma Tenant Farmers' Union
U.C.A.P.A.W.A