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    • Flor Pacheco interview, November 12, 2012

    • Miss Flor Pacheco discusses her heritage – her parents being from El Salvador, and her views on the perceived differences between the life in El Salvador, versus the United States (as she regularly visits family in El Salvador). She talks about how...
    • Hispanic Americans; Minority high school students; California; Families;
    • Maureen Patricia Winn interview August 23, 2007

    • Maureen Patricia Winn talks about her childhood and family life in Bolivia with her parents. She talks about her early years at different schools and cities in Bolivia; her move to the U.S. to study and Ricks College (now Brigham Young University...
    • Families; Education; Hispanic Americans;
    • Rob Cruz interview July 10, 2007

    • Rob Cruz talks about his childhood in California, growing up around a his father’s extended family, including his grandparents who immigrated from Mexico; later moving an hour away to an area with lots of space close to the Los Angeles Mountains:...
    • Families; United States. Forest Service; Religion; Hispanic Americans;
    • Ana Cecilia Barragán interview July 27, 2007

    • Ana Cecilia Barragán talks about growing up happy in Peru with her family; she talks about her courtship and marriage in Peru to her husband, their move to the US. She talks about her work in Utah at a plastics factory where all the workers are...
    • Immigration & society; Hispanic Americans;
    • Carmen Yupanqui Zaa interview June 26, 2007

    • Ms. Carmen Yupanqui Zaa talks about her childhood in Lima, Peru, her Peruvian traditions (carnival, Christmas, New Years, Prom) and celebrations, and her move to Utah when she was 26 years old to study for a Master’s degree in Irrigation...
    • Education; Hispanic Americans;
    • Daniel Useche interview July 16, 2007

    • Mr. Daniel Useche talks about his life in his native San Cristóbal, Venezuela, including information about his parents’ and grandparents’ lives, the history of his surname, his education in Venezuela. He also talks about his move to the US to get...
    • Immigration & culture; Hispanic Americans; Education; Politics; Families;
    • Eduardo Ortiz interview June 29, 2007

    • Mr. Eduardo Ortiz talks about his childhood in a little village in Los Andes called Alausí in Ecuador, his law studies in Quito, his job as a lawyer, his move to the United States to study business (in which he earned a master’s degree) and now...
    • Hispanic Americans; Families; Education; Immigration & culture; Social justice;
    • Ernesto De La Hoz interview July 16, 2007

    • Mr. Ernesto De La Hoz talks about his childhood in Bogotá, his studies connected with Marine Biology, his move to the United States to study. He also talks about how he met his wife Rachael in the US, the importance of his wife and children: ...
    • Families; Hispanic Americans; Education; Religion;
    • Jorge Rodas interview July 13, 2007

    • Mr. Jorge Rodas talks about his childhood and traditions in his native Guatemala, his move to California in 1984 with his parents because of unrest in Guatemala; applying for and receiving political asylum in the US; his jobs, his experiences; his...
    • Families; Religion; Immigration & culture; Hispanic Americans;
    • Juan Pablo Spicer-Escalante interview September 2007

    • Mr. Juan Pablo Spicer-Escalante talks about his childhood in Kansas, his warm feelings towards Argentina, his adopted country, his work as a professional soccer official and taking time off from perusing a PhD in economics, changing his major to...
    • Family; Religion; Immigration & culture;
    • Julio Vergara interview June 21, 2007

    • Mr. Julio Vergara talks about his life in Chile: his work and education and family celebrations, his move to the United States in 1994 for schooling, his marriage and four daughters, family celebrations in the U.S., his jobs in financial...
    • Families; Education; Hispanic Americans;
    • Lara Linares interview July 6, 2007

    • Mrs. Lara Linares talks about her life and traditions, including traditions (Christmas, dinnertime, dating) in her native Ecuador, her parents, politics, her studies, her jobs, coming to the US, learning to do things for her self, like cook. She...
    • Families; Education; Hispanic Americans;
    • Melanie Domenech Rodriquez interview July 2, 2007

    • Professor Melanie Domenech Rodríguez talks about her childhood and traditions in her native Puerto Rico, including traditions from her Cuban mother; her studies in psychology, her job as professor at Utah State University, and adapting to life in...
    • Families; Education; Hispanic Americans;
    • Noemí Sabillón interview July 19, 2007

    • Mrs. Noemí Sabillón talks about her childhood in Honduras working at her parent’s store, going away to boarding school, her studies at university in Honduras and at Utah State University where she received two master’s degrees: soil science and...
    • Families; Education;
    • Rolando Murillo interview June 28, 2007

    • Mr. Rolando Murillo talks about his childhood in El Salvador, his move to the United States because of the civil war in his country, his studies, his jobs including his current position at Cache Valley Insurance, working with Hispanic clientele, a...
    • Families; Education; Immigration & culture;
    • Samuel Rivera interview July 12, 2007

    • Mr. Samuel Rivera talks about his childhood in Honduras with his large happy family, including his twin brother; he talks about family and religious traditions, including St. Anthony’s Day. He also talks about his father’s efforts to send all his...
    • Families; Education; Hispanic Americans; Religion;
    • Wartime exile

    • Describes Japanese migration to the U.S. before World War II, characteristics of the Japanese-American people who settled on the West Coast, the myths and prejudices surrounding them, and how they were treated following the bombing of Pearl...
    • Japanese Americans; Japanese Americans -- Attitudes; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945
    • All Aboard, Spring 1944

    • Written and illustrated by residents of Topaz, this 55 page collection of stories and articles recounts the experiences and feelings of the Japanese Americans forced to leave cherished homes, jobs, possessions, and pets for the dusty, stark...
    • Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945; Japanese Americans -- Attitudes
    • The Relocation Program

    • Report describes the War Relocation Program from its inception in 1942 to closure of relocation centers and resettlement of evacuees in 1945. It covers why and how the War Relocation Authority was created, the meeting with state governors in Salt...
    • Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945; United States. War Relocation Authority
    • Foods;

    • xvi, 485 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.; Includes index; 10th ed.; Includes 13 recipes that were "extracted from a somewhat rare volume called 'Cury,' containing a copy of ancient manuscript recipes of the master cook of Richard the Second."--Preface.;
    • Food--Analysis; Food--Composition; Diet--Great Britain--History;Nutrition--History;
    • WRA A Story of Human Conservation

    • Of the nine final reports written by the War Relocation Authority, this one differs in attempting to give a comprehensive view of the WRA program in its entirety rather than focusing on some particular facet of the program as did the other reports....
    • United States. War Relocation Authority; Japanese Americans; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945
    • 1905 "Use Book"

    • First official manual published by the Forest Service describing regualations and policies for the National Forest Reserves.
    • Cache National Forest (Utah and Idaho)--United States;
    • Anne Pryor interview;

    • Anne Pryor interview by Elana Siegel, April 29, 2011, included in the Oral Histories: Scholars of Feminism collection compiled by the AFS Women's Section Oral History Project. This interview and accompanying photographs are available at the...
    • Rhode Island School of Design; University of Northern Colorado; Warren Air Force Base; Antinuclear movement;
    • Betty Bear and Paula Bear Wright interview

    • Betty Bear, and her daughter Paula Bear Wright, speak about their experiences ranching in Elko County. They also talk about their acquisition of Capriola’s store, saddle making, leather working and other details. Interviewed by Randy Williams and...
    • Bear, Betty--Interview; Wright Bear, Paul--Interview; Bear, Paul; Sheepherding; Sheep ranchers; Cattle ranchers; Saddlery; Leatherwork;
    • Beatriz Botero interview;

    • Interview with Beatriz Botero by Grace Colas, April 2011 about her findings on protest literature in Colombia, her work on Don Quijote, and how her psychology background influences her current work. Included in the Oral Histories: Scholars of...
    • Protest literature; Psychology; Don Quixote (Fictitious character); El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha; The Ingenious Gentleman, Don Quijote de la Mancha; Colombia;
    • Pete Cornia interview

    • Mr. Pete Cornia talks about his family history, and his experience growing up on a ranch, and then operating a ranch as an adult. He discusses his views on ranching, education, farming, as well as various other topics. Interviewed by Bob Parson on...
    • Cornia, Pete--Interviews; Cattle ranching; Haying equipment; Hay—Harvesting—Equipment and supplies; Farm equipment; Pasture, Right of; Beef cattle—Cow-calf system;
    • Peter Ellison interview

    • Mr. Ellison talks about his experiences ranching on the Ellison family ranch as a young boy during the summer. He talks about his family history, the history of the Ellison Ranching Company, and his past and current roles in the ranching company as...
    • Ellison, Peter--Interviews; Cattle ranching; Haying equipment; Hay—Harvesting—Equipment and supplies; Farm equipment; Pasture, Right of; Livestock brands; Animal marking; Ranchers; Ranch managers; Dude ranches; Beef cattle--Cow-calf system;...
    • Blair Francis interview

    • Mr. Blair Francis talks about his family genealogy and history in the Morgan and Rich counties of Utah. He also talks about the history of ranching in the area, as well as his own involvement in ranching throughout his lifetime. Interviewed by...
    • Francis, Blair--Interviews; Francis, Blair--Genealogy; Ranching; Pasture, Rights of; Cattle rancing; Hay--Harvesting--equipment and supplies;
    • Marianne Glaser interview

    • Marianne talks about her childhood, growing up in the Depression in various places around the country, and then spending most of her childhood on a ranch with her grandparents. She talks about going to college in Reno, teaching school in Carlin,...
    • Glaser, Marianne--Interviews; University of Nevada, Reno; Depressions—1929; Ranching;
    • Shane Haviland interview

    • Mr. Haviland talks about his profession as a horse trainer – how he began, how he’s changed his business over the years, and how he currently runs his business. He also talks about his philosophy on ranching, range management, horse management. He...
    • Haviland, Shane--Interviews; Range management; Ranching; Horses—Training; Horse trainers; Dairy cattle; Cows--Milking; Rodeos; Horses—Breeding; Horses--Equipment and supplies;
    • Scott Johnson interview

    • Mr. Johnson talks about growing up in the Bear Lake area, and growing up on a ranch. He talks about issues with dividing the ranch among the family, as well as issues the family face with their property and state acquisition. Mr. Johnson talks...
    • Johnson, Scott Nebeker--Interviews; Ranching; Ranch managers; Cattle ranching; Dairy farming; Eggs—Production; Hay--Harvesting--Equipment and supplies; Farm equipment; Pastures—Irrigation; Pasture, Right of; Right of property;
    • Darrell and Sharon Kunzler interview

    • Mr. Darrell Kunzler talks about his life-long career in the cattle industry as well as his roles in various organizations and associations. He discusses the year-long ranching cycle, and how he has come to grow his ranch (and is now handing it down...
    • Kunzler, Darrell--Interviews; Kunzler, Sharon--Interviews; Ranch managers; Cattle ranching; Pasture, Right of; Pasture animals; Hay--Harvesting--Equipment and supplies; Feedlots; Cattle—Breeding; Beef cattle--Cow-calf system;
    • Lynn Palmer interview

    • Mr. Lynn Palmer discusses how his father and mother worked to be able to earn and maintain a ranch, and how in his adult life, he was able to work and also help his father maintain the family ranch. He talks about being able to take the family...
    • Palmer, Lynn--Interviews; Ranch Managers; Cattle ranching; Ranching; Bus drivers; Hay--Harvesting--Equipment and supplies; Pasture, Right of; Pasture animals; Livestock brands; Animal marking; Beef cattle--Cow-calf system; LDS Church (Church of...
    • George and Ruth Parman

    • Cliff Gardner speaks to George and Ruth Parman (via telephone) about their lives ranching in northeastern Nevada. They talk a little about how their families came to be in the area, experiences raising their own family on a ranch, and different...
    • Parman, George--Interviews; Parman, Ruth--Interviews; Horse farms; Horse trainers; Horses--Training; Mustang--Horse breeds; Pasture, Right of; Pastures—Irrigation; Ranch Managers; Ranching; Cattle ranching; Sheepherding; Predatory animals--Control;...
    • Marge and Gary Prunty interview

    • Marge Prunty talks about growing up on a ranch, marrying a rancher, establishing their own ranch, and raising their family on a ranch. She also talks about the other methods of supplemental income, including: teaching school, renting rodeo stock,...
    • Prunty, Marjory Bieroth--Interviews; Prunty, Gary--Interviews; Hay--Harvesting--Equipment and supplies; Range management; Ranchers; Range management; Stacks (Hay, grain, etc.); Beef cattle--Cow-calf system; Cattle ranching; Hunting guides;...
    • Brent Rose interview

    • Mr. Brent Rose talks about his history and ancestry in ranching and his family ranch. He talks about growing up in Park Valley, community events in Park Valley, his various leadership roles and positions within his local community, as well as the...
    • Rose, Brent--Interviews; Ranchers; Ranching; Ranch Managers; Ranch management; Cattle ranching; Pasture, Right of; Pasture animals; Hay--Harvesting--Equipment and supplies; Beef cattle--Cow-calf system; Horse--Breeding; Leatherwork; Saddlery;...
    • Wallace Schulthess interview

    • Mr. Wallace Schulthess discusses how his family came to be in the Woodruff area. He talks a lot about his father’s childhood and growing up as an orphan, and how he turned hard work into what their family now has. Interviewed by Bob Parson on...
    • Schulthess, Wallace--Interviews; Orphans; Cattle ranching; Ranchings; Ranchers; Range management; Ranch Managers; Beef cattle--Cow-calf system; Pasture, Right of; Pasture animals; Pastures—Irrigation; Hay--Harvesting--Equipment and supplies;...
    • Jay and Blaine Tanner interview

    • Brothers, Jay and Blaine Tanner, speak about growing up on a ranch in Grouse Creek, Utah; buying their grandfather’s ranch property, and ranching together, with their brother Brent, as adults. Interviewed by Randy Williams on November 8, 2010 at...
    • Tanner, Jay Merlin--Interviews; Tanner, Blaine Kunzler--Interviews; Ranching; Ranch Managers; Ranchers; Feedlots; Cowboys; Rodeos; Veterinary medicine; Cattle ranching; Beef cattle--Cow-calf system; Pasture, Right of; Pasture animals; Rural...
    • Stuart and Diane Wamsley interview

    • Mr. and Mrs. Wamsley discuss their ranching operation, raising their family on a ranch. Mrs. Wamsley talks about growing up on the ranch on which she still lives and has raised her own family. They speak about topics ranging from environmentalists,...
    • Wamsley, Stuart--Interviews; Wamsley, Diane--Interviews; Ranchers; Ranch Managers; Range management; Cattle ranchings; Hay--Harvesting--Equipment and supplies; Pasture, Right of; Pasture animals; Sheepherding; Beef cattle--Cow-calf system;...
    • Jay Wilde interview

    • Mr. Jay Wilde talks about his life living and working on and with the land, and with cattle. He discusses his views on land management, including aforestation, intensive grazing (Allan Savory method). He talks about his cooperation with the Forest...
    • Wilde, Jay--Interviews; Cattle ranching; Ranchings, Pasture, Right of; Pasture animals; Range management; Grazing; Rivers--Effect of grazing on; Rangelands; Riparian areas--Management; Ecosystem management; Riparian ecology; United States. Forest...
    • Claudia Wines interview

    • Claudia Wines talks about her life growing up on a ranch, on being a ranch wife, as well as being a teacher in rural Nevada. She also talks about the Northeastern Nevada Museum, of which she is currently Director. Interviewed by Randy Williams on...
    • Wines, Claudia--Interviews; Ranchers' spouses; Education, Rural; Northeastern Nevada Museum; Ranch life; Rural schools; 4-H Youth Development Program (U.S.); Future Farmers of America; Rodeos; Pasture, Right of; Environmentalists;
    • Thad Box interviews, 21 March 2008 and 1 April 2008, transcriptions, color photograph;

    • The first interview covers Thad Box’s early years in Texas and his education. The interview was a demonstration of interview techniques by Elaine Thatcher to members of the Land Use Management Oral History Project members, including Brad Cole,...
    • Box, Thadis W.--Interviews; Box, Thadis W.--Family; Utah State University--Faculty--Interviews; Agricultural education--Texas; Logan Canyon (Utah); Recreation--Utah--Logan Canyon; Mormons--Social conditions; Rob and Bessie Welder Wildlife...
    • About this collection;

    • One page essay discussing the importance of Logan Canyon to area residents through its many uses and the benefits of collecting oral histories, photographs, and other historic materials that document those interactions.;
    • Logan Canyon (Utah)--History; Land use--Utah--Logan Canyon; Land use--Law and legislation--Utah--Logan Canyon; Range Management--Utah--Logan Canyon--Research; Reclamation of land--Utah--Logan Canyon--Research; Utah Agricultural College--History;
    • Native Vegetation Working Paper

    • Native Vegetation Working Paper for the Bear River Basin Idaho, Utah, Wyoming Cooperative (Type IV) River Basin Study, January 1977. Describes the eight native vegetation types of the Bear River Basin: alpine, conifer, aspen, mountain brush,...
    • Endemic plants--Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho); Bear River (Utah-Idaho)
    • Environmental Conditions Inventory and Quality Rating

    • Environmental Conditions Inventory and Quality Rating, a working paper, March 1977. This first volume in a four-volume report summarizes environmental conditions of the Bear River Watershed in Idaho, Utah, and Wyoming. Work on this project was...
    • Bear River (Utah-Idaho); Bear River (Utah-Idaho)--Environmental conditions; Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho); Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho)--Environmental conditions
    • Recreation Working Paper

    • Recreation Working Paper for Bear River Cooperative Study Idaho, Utah, Wyoming, March 1978. This paper describes outdoor recreation activities associated with or influenced by USDA programs in the Bear River Basin such as picnicking, swimming,...
    • Outdoor recreation--Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho)
    • Summary Report Bear River Basin Cooperative Study

    • Summarizes about 22 reports prepared as the result of the cooperative study of the Bear River Basin in Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming in the mid-1970s. Describes the Bear River Basin and some of its problems in areas such as economics, recreation,...
    • Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho)--Statistics; Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho)--Maps; Land use--Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho); Water-supply--Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho); Bear River (Utah-Idaho)--Environmental conditions--Statistics;...
    • Working Paper on Water Quality

    • Water Quality Working Paper for the Bear River Basin Cooperative (Type IV) Study Idaho, Utah, Wyoming, December 1976. This report assembled and evaluated data pertaining to the water quality of the Bear River Basin. Specific objectives included 1)...
    • Bear River (Utah-Idaho); Water quality--Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho)
    • Environmental Conditions Inventory Appendices

    • Environmental Conditions Inventory Appendices, a working paper, March 1977. This appendices volume provides tables and descriptions of statistical environmental data and quality ratings discussed in the other three volumes of the Environmental...
    • Bear River (Utah-Idaho); Bear River (Utah-Idaho)--Environmental conditions; Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho); Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho)--Environmental conditions
    • Environmental Conditions Projections

    • Environmental Conditions Projections, a working paper, March 1977. This report written in 1977 forecasts environmental data for the years 1985 and 2020 for the Bear River Watershed. Work on this project was performed between July 1, 1974 and...
    • Bear River (Utah-Idaho); Bear River (Utah-Idaho)--Environmental conditions; Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho); Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho)--Environmental conditions
    • Environmental Enhancement Opportunities

    • Environmental Enhancement Opportunities, a working paper, March 1977. This report describes the opportunities for accelerating programs already contributing to the environmental improvement, suggests other actions for the area, and identifies...
    • Bear River (Utah-Idaho); Bear River (Utah-Idaho)--Environmental conditions; Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho); Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho)--Environmental conditions
    • Floods Working Paper

    • Floods Working Paper, Bear River Basin Idaho, Utah, Wyoming, April 1977. Prepared for the Bear River Basin USDA Cooperative River Basin Study by the Soil Conservation Service, this report evaluates flooding problems in the Bear River Basin. Data...
    • Floods--Bear River (Utah-Idaho); Floods--Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho)
    • Existing and Potential Reservoirs

    • Working Paper: Existing and Potential Lakes and Reservoirs, Bear River Basin, Idaho, Utah, Wyoming, February 1976. Made for the Bear River Basin Type IV Study, this report describes existing and potential reservoir sites in the Bear River Basin....
    • Lakes--Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho); Reservoirs--Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho)
    • "Camp tent, American flag"

    • Three adults and one child, probably Tomra Andrus, with horses and burros. Number 98 written in right-hand corner- refers to page in Andrus's personal history. "Camp tent, American flag. American flag. See 98, near Edwin." See also P0542 Box 1...
    • Scenic landscapes; National parks and reserves--Utah;

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