One of the earliest group of migrant workers were Native Americans. They came with their horses and tents to pick fruit from Canada to Oklahoma.
Anglo Migrants came from the Great plains, Dakotas, Nebraska, Kansas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, or Texas went to California to pick fruits and vegetables.
Workers from southern states including children went west, mainly California to pick cotton and peas
Americans went to places from Arkansas, Mississippi to Wahington to pick Apples
Mexicans came to Arizona and California to pick cotton and peas.
A group of people known as the Skookums crew came from Arkansas to the west to pick fruit.
Migrants came from Mexico and central America to California to pick cotton, peas, and beans.
Latino Workers came from south America to Washington states orchards to pick tree fruit.
Migrants came from Mexico to Florida, California and Arizona to pick cherries.