Garcia, Anselmo 1976-06-20

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Mr. Anselmo Garcia discusses Mexican-American life on the South Plains, describing his occupation, family and education.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Anselmo Garcia

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Date: October 7, 1976

Location: Crosbyton, Texas

Interviewer: David Zepeda

Length: 20 Minutes


Tape 1, Side 1: Early history, Parents, Crosbyton Texas residence (1913-1976), Occupation--concrete work, Literacy of parents, Education, Mexico (3 years), Family, Sisters, Children, Home in Crosbyton, Three Mexican-American families (1955), Education of family, Son college, Daughter high school, Others grade school, Crosbyton (1955), Discrimination, Voting, Salaries, Lubbock (1955), Crosbyton raise, Other Mexican-American occupations, Agriculture, Meaning of term "Chicano", Cement and irrigation work, Schools for Mexican-Americans.

Tape 1, Side 2: Blank

Range Dates: 1913-1976

Bulk Dates: 1913-1976

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