Links and Web Resources
James Gregory is author of another book that puts the Dust Bowl Migration in a
Diaspora: How The Great Migrations of Black and White Southerners
(Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2005)
and these articles:
“Paying Attention to Moving Americans: Migration Knowledge in the Age of Internal Migration, 1930s-1970s,” Migrants and Migration in Modern North America: Cross-Border Lives, Labor Markets, and Politics in Canada, the Caribbean, Mexico, and the United States, eds. Dirk Hoerder and Nora Faires (Durham: Duke University Press, 2011), 277-96.
the American Working Class: Post War Episodes of Regional and Class
Transformation," Labor History 39 (May
1998). A Labor History Forum article with comments by Thomas Sugrue, Grace
Elizabeth Hale, and Alex Lichtenstein, and response by author
Southern Diaspora and the Urban Dispossessed: Demonstrating the Census Public
Use Microdata Samples." Journal of American History 82 (June
Bowl Legacies: The Okie Impact on California 1939-1989" California
History (Fall 1989)
Other sources on the Dust Bowl Migration
from the Dust Bowl: The Charles L. Todd and Robert Sonkin Migrant Worker
Collection 1940-41" Songs and interviews recorded in the San Joaquin
Valley migrant labor camps.
Dust Bowl Migration
Digital Archives. A collection of 53 interviews conducted in 1980 and 1981
in Kern County, California.
Woody Guthrie and the Archive
of American Folk Song: Correspondence 1940-1950
Appalachians and other white southerners in the North
Urban Appalachian Council of
from Appalachia: Central Appalachians in Midwestern Cities-- A Pathfinder
Years Later: The Appalachian Populations of the Washington Cascades"
by Harry Robie