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Brazero

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me dice mi Familia que mi Abuelo Fue Brazero en los 1940's-50's aqui en California?
Alguien sabe que es Brazero?
y que hacien Aqui'

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updated ENE 15, 2008
posted by Christie

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thank you so much, I would have never spelled it "Bracero" !!!

updated ENE 15, 2008
posted by Christie
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more than 4 million Mexican laborers were welcomed as legal agricultural workers in the U>S. in 1942. Look up Bracero Program on the internet, info is fascinating.

updated ENE 15, 2008
posted by Millie
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I'm sorry! didn't know those words in english and I tried to write them in a way you (all of you) could easily find their meanings! It won't happen again!

updated ENE 15, 2008
posted by pasabolita
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Pasa

someone who does a lot of works like albañil, obrero, agricultor and all those things

no space in someone

updated ENE 15, 2008
posted by motley
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well so far I found this definition:
brazeros (hand workers, from the Spanish word brazo, meaning "arm")
I guess what i am trying to ask is what were they doing in California at that time'

updated ENE 15, 2008
posted by Christie
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some one who do a lot of works like albañil, obrero, agricultor and all those things

updated ENE 15, 2008
posted by pasabolita
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