A People’s History of the Inland Empire Digital Archive

Eunice Romero Gonzales Interview

Item

Title

Eunice Romero Gonzales Interview

Identifier

2019.003.028

Type

Sound

Description

1994 interview with Eunice Romero Gonzales. Eunice details her early years growing up in the Redland's citrus ranching industry, and the changes that occurred after the War and the Bracero Program. Part B discusses Education in Redlands and Racial discrimination as well as Eunice's adult life employment.

Subject

Citrus Fruit Industry
Citrus Fruit Industry, Family History
Citrus Fruit Industry, Labor
Community life in Redlands
Mission District
Ranching
Bracero Program
Mexican American Military Service
Racial/Ethnic Discrimination
Americanization
Education
Lincoln Elementary School (Redlands)
Entertainment and Leisure Activities
Political activism
Mexican/Mexican American Owned Businesses
World War II
Citrus Packinghouses
Smudging
Mexican Migration
Domestic Work Household
Civil Rights Activism

Spatial Coverage

California, Southern; Redlands (Calif.); Cone Camp

Temporal Coverage

1920s-1990s

Creator

Antonio Vasquez

Date

July 8, 1994

Contributor

Gonzales, Eunice

Format

Audio Cassette

Language

English

Rights

Copyright Undetermined

Duration

Side A: 48.23
Side B:48.34
Total: 122.56