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    • Luis "Luigi" Madrigal interview, November 16, 2012

    • Mr. Luis “Luigi” Madrigal talks about his life in Cache Valley, his family traditions that go back to his Mexican roots, and how his family came to live in Cache Valley. He discusses his values, goals, and his perspective on Hispanic stereotypes....
    • Hispanic Americans; Minority high school students; Families; Education; California;
    • 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;
    • Arian F. Baquero interview June 25, 2007

    • Mr. Arián Baquero talks about the hard experiences he had to undergo in his native Colombia because of the Colombian guerrilla, his move to the United States, the serious accident he had as a child, and how he surmounted all these difficulties and...
    • Hispanic Americans; Education; Political refugees;
    • 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;
    • Enrique Sotelo interview April 7, 2007

    • Mr. Enrique Sotelo talks about his childhood and traditions in his native Mexico, his feelings about Cache Valley and the US, his religious beliefs, how he met his partner Graciela and about raising their children in the US.
    • Families; Religion; Immigration & culture;
    • 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;
    • 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;
    • Lisamel Vázquez interview June 19, 2007

    • Mrs. Lisamel Vázquez talks about her childhood in Puerto Rico, moving to Mexico City with her parents for her father's job when she was 16, her move to Cache Valley in 1989. She also talks about her parents, husband and three daughters and their...
    • Families; Education; Hispanic Americans;
    • Lucy Delgadillo interview August 24, 2007

    • Professor Lucy Delgadillo talks about her childhood in Nicaragua during the civil war, her life in Costa Rica, her feelings on being a citizen of a country with voting rights (Costa Rica, USA), her move to Kentucky to education through an American...
    • Families; Politics;
    • María Montalvo interview June 25, 2007

    • Mrs. Maria L. Montalvo talks about her childhood in Veracruz, Mexico, her studies and job as social worker, and how she had a calling from God to be a Pastor (Iglesia De Dios Ebenezer (Church of God Ebenezer). She left her family and country and...
    • Families; Religion; Hispanic Americans;
    • 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;
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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;
    • Garth and Maydene Baxter interview

    • Mr. Garth Baxter talks about his career in the Forest Service, then later as ranching on his family’s land. He discusses his family history in the Cache Valley, as well as his family history in ranching. Mrs. Maydene Baxter talks about her thoughts...
    • Baxter, Garth--Interviews; Baxter, Maydene--Interviews; Ranching.; United States. Forest Service; Grazing; Rangelands; Vegetation management;
    • Steve and Robin Boies interview

    • Steve and Robin Boies talk about their ranching upbringing, the ownership and history of their ranch, and raising a family in Elko County. They also talk about their collaborative land management group, their philosophy on land management, and the...
    • Boies, Steve--Interviews; Boies, Robin--Interviews; Ranching; Range management; Hay; Alfalfa; Water in agriculture;
    • Chava Weissler interview;

    • Chava Weissler interview, conducted by Jessie Lavintman. 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...
    • Folklorists--United States--Interviews; Judaism; University of Pennsylvania; Jewish folklore; Feminism;
    • Pete and Linda Holmgren interview

    • Mr. Pete Holmgren speaks about being a rancher, growing up on a ranch, and raising his own family on his ranch. He touches on how ranching has changed from his boyhood, and now watching his grandchildren grow-up on the ranch. He talks a little...
    • Holmgren, Pete--Interviews; Holmgren, Linda--Interviews; Ranching.; Pasture, Right of; Ranch managers; Beef cattle--Cow-calf system; Haying equipment; Range management.;
    • Billy Maupin interview

    • Mr. Maupin talks about his background working on ranches, including a career of being a ranch manager and a cow boss. He also talks about his post-ranching occupations of bronc saddle building and being a brand inspector. [Mr. Maupin received the...
    • Billy, Maupin--Interviews; Ranch managers; Ranching.; Saddlery; Rodeos; Pasture, Right of; Sheepherding; Migrant labor.; Peru.; Cattle—Breeding; Beef cattle--Cow-calf system; Cattle—Marking;
    • Mike Meek interview

    • Mr. Mike Meek talks a little bit about growing up as one of eight kids on a small ranch. He discusses how he made a career as a rancher, ranching for a corporate ranch. He explains his various roles throughout his career in corporate ranching....
    • Meek, Mike; Ranching; Haying equipment; Pasture, Right of; Pasture animals; Feedlots; Beef cattle--Cow-calf system; Agricultural education.;
    • Sharon Miller interview

    • Sharon talks about her family history in ranching and her adult and married life as a ranching wife. She talks about managing a ranch with her husband, raising their family on a ranch and the differences in raising beef and buffalo. Interviewed by...
    • Miller, Sharon--Interviews; Ranching.; Range management.; Ranching; Ranchers; Bison farming; Haying equipment; Pasture, Right of; Pasture animals;
    • Dan Peart interview

    • Mr. Dan Peart talks about his ranching operation, which runs both sheep and cattle. He goes into detail on the annual cycle of sheep ranching, and his processes. He briefly discusses inheriting the ranch, and his concerns for passing it on. He also...
    • Peart, Dan--Interviews; Ranching.; Sheepherding; Haying equipment; Migrant labor. ; Peru; Beef cattle--Cow-calf system; Sheep--Breeding; Sheep dogs; Ranchers; Ranch managers; Ranch management.; Feedlots; Sheep-shearing; Pasture, Right of; Provo...
    • 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.; Ranching.; Ranchers; Range management.; Ranch managers; Beef cattle--Cow-calf system; Pasture, Right of; Pasture animals; Pastures—Irrigation; Haying equipment; Livestock brands; Animal marking;...
    • 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.; Beef cattle--Cow-calf system; Pasture, Right of; Pasture animals; Rural schools.; Country...
    • Kelly and Heather Warr interview

    • Kelly and Heather Warr discuss their ranching life, as well as their supplemental business endeavors. Heather talks about her e-commerce business ventures, as well as being a rural ranching wife. Interviewed by Elaine Thatcher and Lisa Duskin-Goede...
    • Warr, Kelly--Interviews; Warr, Heather--Interviews; Ranching.; Ranchers; Electronic commerce.; Ranch spouses; Livestock brands; Animal marking; Ranching.; Pasture, Right of; Country life.; Reality television programs; 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 afforestation, intensive grazing (Allan Savory method). He talks about his cooperation with the Forest...
    • Wilde, Jay--Interviews; Ranching.; Pasture, Right of; Pasture animals; Range management.; Grazing.; Rangelands.; Riparian areas--Management.; Ecosystem management; Riparian ecology; United States. Forest Service; Automobile mechanics; Haying...
    • 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;
    • 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)
    • 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)
    • 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)
    • Economic Base Appendix Working Paper

    • Economic Base Appendix Working Paper for the Bear River Basin Type IV Study Idaho, Utah, Wyoming, December 1976. This report is a reference on the population, income, employment, and agricultural base for economics in the Bear River Basin. It...
    • Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho)--Economic conditions--Statistics; Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho)--Population--Statistics; Agriculture--Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho)--Statistics
    • Land Resource Data Working Paper

    • Land Resource Data Working Paper Bear River Basin, Idaho, Utah, Wyoming for the Bear River Basin Cooperative Study, November 1976. Paper describes land use and ownership of the Bear River Basin's 4.8 million acres. Illustrated by black and white...
    • Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho); Land use -- Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho); Landowners -- Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho)
    • "A" County Book of the County of Box Elder

    • "A" County Book of the County of Box Elder, Organized February 14, 1856. Meeting minutes of county officials for Box Elder County, Utah spanning from its organization in 1856 to 1878. Minutes begin with the organization of the county court on...
    • Box Elder County (Utah)--Records and correspondence; Box Elder County (Utah)--History--Sources; Brigham City (Utah)--History--Sources; Willard (Utah)--History--Sources; Mines and mineral resources--Utah--Box Elder County; Agriculture--Utah--Box...
    • "A" County Book of the County of Cache, Organized April 4, 1857

    • Meeting minutes of county officials for Cache County, Utah spanning from its inception in 1857 to 1877. Minutes begin with the organization of the county as of Ap-ril 4, 1857, delineation of its boundaries, and appointment of its administrative...
    • Maughan, Peter, 1811-1871; Preston, William Bowker, b. 1830; Cache County (Utah)--Records and correspondence; Cache County (Utah)--History--Sources; Logan (Utah)--History--Sources; Hyrum (Utah)--History--Sources; Paradise (Utah)--History--Sources;...
    • "B" County Book of the County of Box Elder, 1878-1886

    • "B" County Book of the County of Box Elder, 1878-1886. Meeting minutes of county officials for Box Elder County, Utah spanning 1878 to 1886. Minutes document all offical business for the county including establishing of school and irrigation...
    • Box Elder County (Utah)--Records and correspondence; Box Elder County (Utah)--History--Sources; Brigham City (Utah)--History--Sources; Willard (Utah)--History--Sources; Mines and mineral resources--Utah--Box Elder County; Agriculture--Utah--Box...
    • "B" County Book of the County of Cache, 1878-1891

    • Meeting minutes of county officials for Cache County, Utah spanning 1878 to 1891. Minutes document all offical business for the county including establishing of school and irrigation districts, building roads, bridges, and county facilities,...
    • Maughan, Peter, 1811-1871; Preston, William Bowker, b. 1830; Cache County (Utah) -- Records and correspondence; Cache County (Utah) -- History -- Sources; Logan (Utah) -- History -- Sources; Hyrum (Utah) -- History -- Sources; Paradise (Utah) --...
    • Additional data for agenda items from January 26, 1987 Interdisciplinary Team meeting

    • Additional data for agenda items from January 26, 1987 Interdisciplinary Team meeting includes an environmental report schedule, outline for scoping meeting, list of figures for slide presentation for scoping meeting, environmental impact statement...
    • Logan Canyon (Utah); Traffic engineering; Roadside improvement--Utah--Logan Canyon; Roads--Design and construction; United States Highway 89;
    • Aerial view of south campus from the west, 1976

    • Aerial view of south campus from the west, 1976. Note the completion of the HPER Building. The view also shows Old Main Hill with the Old Main Building, the University Annex, the Smart Gymnasium, the President's House, the Experiment Station...
    • Utah State University -- History -- Pictorial works; Utah State University -- Aerial views -- Pictorial works; Utah State University. Old Main -- Pictorial works; Utah State University. Quad -- Pictorial works; Utah State University. Health,...
    • Agenda and memorandums, July - December 1986

    • Ten memorandum cover pages from Stan Nuffer summarizing the minutes from the 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 10th, 11th, 12th, and 13th Interdisciplinary Team meetings. Also three agendas for public meeting No. 1 in Logan City Hall, additional data...
    • Logan Canyon (Utah); Logan Canyon (Utah)--History; Logan Canyon Study; Roads Improvement--Utah--Logan Canyon; United States Highway 89; Utah;
    • Alternatives to proposed Logan Canyon construction

    • Several alternatives to the proposed construction in Logan Canyon including: concern over the expansion and curve reduction in Logan Canyon, Agency Alternative, Additions to Conservationists' alternative for US 89, Environmentalists' alternative,...
    • Traffic engineering; Roadside improvement--Utah--Logan Canyon; Logan Canyon (Utah);
    • Ameya Preserve Cutsheets

    • "Upon purchasing 11,000 acres in Montana’s Paradise Valley, Greenfield Financial Group engaged Design Workshop to aid in the development of a master plan consistent with their vision of a conservation-based, vibrant second home community. Abundant...
    • Resorts; Real estate development
    • Water Pollution Studies: Lower Bear River Basin, September 1956

    • Investigates the chemical, physical, and bacteriological quality of the Lower Bear River and its tributaries based on fieldwork done November and December 1955. Provides background data from two earlier reports from 1952 and 1955. Includes map...
    • Water quality management--Bear River (Utah-Idaho); Factory and trade waste--Research--Idaho--Franklin County; Factory and trade waste--Research--Utah--Cache County; Pollution--Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho); Water--Pollution--Bear River...
    • Aquatic resources technical memorandum, Logan Canyon

    • Aquatic resources technical memorandum prepared for Utah Deparment of Transportation detailing the existing conditions of the aquatic habitat, fisheries biology, water quality, the impacts and mitigation in the Middle and Upper Canyons and Rich...
    • Aquatic resources--Utah--Logan River; Logan Canyon (Utah); Fishery resources; Logan River (Utah);
    • Archaeological Reconnaissance in the Lower Bear River Marshes, Utah

    • This assessment of the prehistoric cultural resources in the marsh areas between Salt Lake City and Brigham City, Utah was prompted by the historic high reached by the flooding of the Great Salt Lake in 1987. In the aftermath of the flood,...
    • Archaeology--Utah--Great Salt Lake; Archaeology--Bear River (Utah-Idaho); Great Salt Lake (Utah); Bear River (Utah-Idaho); Great Salt Lake (Utah)--Antiquities; Bear River (Utah-Idaho)--Antiquities;
    • Bacteriology lab class, 1960s

    • Bacteriology lab class in the Natural Resources building, 1960s. Size of photograph: 5 x 7 in.
    • Utah State University -- History -- Pictorial works; Classrooms -- Utah -- Logan -- Pictorial works; Utah State University -- Students -- Pictorial works; Utah State University. Natural Resources Building -- Pictorial works
    • Barrie Gilbert interview, 21 May 2008, and transcription;

    • The interview contains a brief description of Barrie Gilbert's childhood and details of his schooling and subsequent career in wildlife management. It includes his story of being attacked by a grizzly bear, his attitudes on wildlife management in...
    • Gilbert, Barrie K., 1937---Interviews; Gilbert, Barrie K., 1937---Childhood and youth; Utah State University. Dept. of Natural Resources--Faculty--Interviews; Kingston (Ont. : Township); Professional education--Ontario--Kingston (Township); Animal...
    • Bear River Investigations Idaho, Utah, Wyoming: Summary of Status Report

    • Bear River investigations in Idaho, Utah, Wyoming, a summary of the status report, June 1970. Summarizes findings by the Bureau of Reclamation of its investigations of the Bear River Basin. Identifies potential reclamation development projects for...
    • Bear River (Utah-Idaho); Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho); Water resource development--Bear River (Utah-Idaho); Water resource development--Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho);
    • Trek, Vol. 1, No. 3, June 1943

    • June 1943 issue of Trek, a quarterly literary magazine produced by the residents of the Topaz Relocation Center. This issue was edited by Toku Okubo and Nobuo Kitagaki with Mine Okubo as art editor and Alfred Sawahata as contributing artist. ...
    • Central Utah Relocation Center -- Periodicals; Central Utah Relocation Center; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945; Japanese Americans
    • Bear Lake Preservation Project, Data Summary, Year I, 1983-1984

    • The purpose of this report is to provide information aimed at preserving and maintaining the Bear Lake ecosystem for present and future multiple uses, which includes fishing, boating, swimming, camping, agriculture, and scientific investigations...
    • Bear Lake (Utah and Idaho);Water Qualty Management --Bear Lake (Utah and Idaho);Environmental monitoring--Bear Lake (Utah and Idaho);
    • Bear River District water quality plan update and summary, 1982

    • Bear River District water quality plan update and summary, September 1982. "Funded with a grant from the United States Environmental Protection Agency. The Bear River 208 Planning District is located in the north eastern corner of Utah and shares...
    • Water quality--Utah--Rich County; Water quality--Utah--Cache County; Water quality--Utah--Box Elder County; Water quality--Bear River (Utah-Idaho); Bear River (Utah-Idaho)--Environmental aspects;
    • Bear River Investigations Cache and Box Elder Counties, 1962-1965

    • This survey of fish and their habitat was begun in June 1962 and included an inventory of fish species, water temperatures and chemistry, and physical and biological data. Study area was 210 miles along the Bear River and its tributaries in Utah:...
    • Freshwater fishes--Bear River (Utah-Idaho); Freshwater fishes--Utah--Cache County; Freshwater fishes--Utah--Box Elder County; Limnology--Bear River (Utah-Idaho); Bear River (Utah-Idaho); Little Bear River (Utah); Malad River (Idaho and Utah); Cub...

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