New York, NY
African American Seasonal Cotton
Photograph - Photograph
African American seasonal cotton workers waiting in hopes of being hired for a day of 'chopping cotton,' field work hoeing out weeds. During the Great Depression, tractors, combined with low cotton prices, created hard times for agricultural workers. June 1938 photo by Dorothea Lange.
December 5th, 2011
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