He was born with the name Joel Hagglund in Sweden in 1879 and emigrated to the US in 1902, finding sporadic employment as an itinerant worker
right across the country, from New York to California.
We found he was living in Sheffield, so whether he settled there or was there as an itinerant worker
, I don't know.
Sly, indeed, is portrayed as an itinerant worker
, a phenomenon that was becoming increasingly common in England by the end of the sixteenth century.
With the help of an itinerant worker
and a blind boarder, Edna Spalding (Sally Field) struggles to keep her family together during the enormous hardships of the 1930s.
Theoretically, residents are not allowed to work while there, yet the authorities turn a blind eye when the odd pick-up truck comes to collect an itinerant worker
for a day.
Wang is the kind of itinerant worker
found in China by the millions, wandering from city to city in these boom years, and so it was chance that brought him home two days before the earthquake.
The mass migrations of the 1930s were something of a last gasp for the itinerant worker
and the wandering agitator, both of whom would be increasingly rare in the postwar world.
Dad sharecropped the Oklahoma farms, and later tried the California fruit harvests as an itinerant worker
traveling up and down the state,'' Bill says.
Originally published in 1906, Under the Autumn Star is a comic novel narrated by an itinerant worker
, Knut Pedersen.
Dr Tooms's research has uncovered fresh evidence that Pheidias, the Greek sculptor of the Parthenon Marbles was not in fact Greek at all, but an itinerant worker
of British extraction named Philip Davies who settled in Athens around 453 and who changed his name to Pheidias in order to insinuate himself into Athenian social and artistic circles.
Out in the fields she gets chummy with an itinerant worker
The Tablet is mainly attributed to reporters, reporting technicians, production managers and other itinerant workers