Title

Every year, 450 Jamaicans come to Maine to pick apples. They are placed on Main

Source

Salt

Date

8-1989

Volume Number

Number 36

Pages

24

Abstract

Every year, 450 Jamaicans come to Maine to pick apples. They are placed on Maine farms for the summer, then return to their families after the harvest. This article describes their lives in Maine and Jamaica. Profiles of apple pickers and a related photo-essay. Details.

Subjects

Apple industry, Jamaicans, Migrant labor

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