Audvil says that he got paid $0.75 per hour until the market crashed and his salary was decreased to $0.25 it was harder to make money at that time.
The workers left Oklahoma in 1940 and collected cotton from Arkansas, Mississippi and California. In the end they were living in Washington state.
Between 1942 and 1944 the population increased and people had to build more schools since they were so many kids.
From 1940 to 1960 they started sending buses to Spokane, Seattle and Portland where workers got jobs there.
In 1970 daughters and sons of Dust bowl Migrants picked fruits.
They moved to California.
They changed the composition of labor force
Foreign people were allowed to live there.
Children under 16 weren't allowed to help their family to pick fruits. Instead they had to visit their relatives during the winter.
Kids had to stay home from to school to help their parents harvest. To the people it was more important to harvest than to study.