The united states did not let anyone that was from Asia immigrate to America. This increaseed demand for labor.
The Mexican Revolution
1920 - 1921
Increased immigration from far mexico for the first time in the US history
1930 - 1931
Mexicans were deported back to mexico because Americans believed they were the ones to blame for taking everyones jobs away. They deported Mexican Americans as well.
The Great Depressiom
1930 - 1940
Loss of jobs everywhere
1954 - 1955
The US sent mexicans that were illegal AND legal back top mexico. ( In the Mexican Barrios)
Domincans Migrate to US
1960 - 1961
Dominicans seek work in America
My grandmother first came to America
1968 - 1969
Testing the waters to see if she wants to make a new life here in Denver, CO. She was one of the first few from La Noria, Zacatecas to put Zacatecans in the US map. She worked in the fields to save up money.
Immigrants from Mexico
1970 - 1971
8% increase from mexican immigrants trying to find a better life
Grandma brought her Kids to USA
1976 - 1977
My grandma immigrated to Denver with her four kids (Including my mom). my mom was 4 years old.