Teresa Alonso Leon has a few memories of her early childhood in the Mexican state of Michoacan.
"My mom, she used to take laundry down to the lake and wash our clothes by hand," she said. "I remember going down by the lake and spending time with my mom, and taking baths in the lake."
When she was 5, Alonso Leon's parents decided the family would be better off in the United States. They moved to Woodburn, Oregon.
The Willamette Valley town was drawing scores of migrant farm workers.