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Title
Puddles & dirt adjacent to shacks
Creator
Lowe, Ernest, 1934-
Date Created and/or Issued
1964-09-01
Contributing Institution
UC Merced, Library and Special Collections
Collection
Ernest Lowe Photography Collection
Rights Information
Copyrighted
Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial 4.0 International (CC-BY-NC 4.0)
Description
Scope/Content: Immediately following World War II, thousands of Black sharecroppers migrated to California's Central Valley. Coming from places like Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, and Mississippi, these migrants looked to escape the oppression of new-slavery tenant farming and the Jim Crow south.
Type
image
Form/Genre
Photographs
Identifier
6905911
Language
English
eng
Subject
African American farmers
Place
Teviston (city); Tulare (county); California; United States
35°55′44″N 119°16′42″W
Relation
Teviston, a Black Okie Community
Provenance
Acquired from Ernest Lowe with support from the UC Merced Office of the Chancellor, 2020.

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