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    • Ira T. Wines interview

    • Ira T. Wines talks about growing up in a ranching family, in Elko County Nevada, learning by watching his father (and other cowboys) and by doing. He talks about managing the Ellison’s Spanish Ranch and the yearly work cycle. Ira talks about his...
    • Wines, Ira T.--Interviews; Ranching; Ranchers; Ranch Managers; Cattle ranching; Education, Rural; Rural schools; Livestock brands; Animal marking; Pasture animals; Pasture, Right of; Cowboys; Cattle--Predators of--Control; Beef cattle--Cow-calf...
    • 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--Supplementary employment; Livestock brands; Animal marking; Cattle ranching; Pasture, Right of; Country life; Reality television programs;...
    • Beulah Walther Dalley interview

    • Mrs. Dalley talks about her life growing up on a ranch in Nevada. She speaks about the different duties and chores they all had to contribute, life with 12 siblings, housing the teacher for the area and more details of ranch life in the early...
    • Dalley, Beulah Walther--Interviews; Dairy farming; Chores--Agricultural; Sheepherding; Poultry farms; Sheep ranches; Dairy farms; Livestock farms; 4-H clubs;
    • Ena Murillo interview June 27, 2007

    • Ena Murillo talks about the difficult life in El Salvador during the civil war, her studies and job as a nurse, her move to the United States and her warm feelings towards Cache Valley. She talks about going back to school to become a nurse...
    • Families; Immigration & culture; Hispanic Americans;
    • Nature's Second Course: Water Culture in the Mormon Communities of Cache Valley, Utah, 1860-1916

    • Nature's Second Course: Water Culture in the Mormon Communities of Cache Valley, Utah, 1860-1916 by Kathryn T. Morse. A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in History, Utah State University,...
    • Canals--Cache Valley (Utah and Idaho)--History; Canals--Utah--History; Water rights--Utah--Cache County--History; Water resources development--Utah--History; Mormons--Utah--Social life and customs; Logan River (Utah)--Water rights;
    • Dave Baumgartner interview, 5 May 2008, and transcription;

    • The interview contains information on the childhood, education and the career of Dave Baumgartner as a forester, the various positions held within the Forest Service and his views on management. There are many anecdotes from his personal...
    • United States. Forest Service; United States. Forest Service--Officials and employees; Foresters--Interviews; Baumgartner, Dave, 1942---Interviews; Baumgartner, Dave, 1942---Family; Baumgartner, Dave, 1942---Career in Forestry; Logan Canyon (Utah);...
    • Germán Sabillon interview July 17, 2007

    • Mr. Germán Sabillón talks about his childhood and traditions in Honduras, his career in Irrigation Engineering, his education in Honduras and Utah, his jobs in Honduras and Utah, and contract work in Jordan, Syria and other counties. He talks about...
    • Families; Immigration & culture; Hispanic Americans; Education; Marriage; Courtship;
    • Maria R interview, November 16, 2012

    • Miss Maria talks about how she came to the United States, and Cache Valley, from Michoacá Taguadon, Mexico. She talks about the economic struggles she and her family have experienced while here. She discusses being a teenager in Cache Valley,...
    • Hispanic Americans; Minority high school students; Families; Immigration & culture;
    • 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;
    • 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...
    • 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; Cattle ranching; Sheepherding; Hay--Harvesting--Equipment and supplies; Migrate labor; Peru; Beef cattle--Cow-calf system; Sheep--Breeding; Sheep--Predators of--Control; Cattle--Predators of--Control; Sheep dogs; Ranchers;...
    • Alex Pineda interview, November 14, 2012

    • Mr. Alex Pineda discusses his life in Cache Valley, as a high school student. He talks about his accomplishments of the past, and his goals and dreams for the future, as well as his views on politics and immigration.
    • Hispanic Americans; Minority high school students; Families; Education; Immigration & culture; Religion;
    • Sam and Tawni Blanthorn interview

    • Sam and Tawni Blanthorn talk about their experiences together, running a ranch as husband and wife. They also talk about past personal, individual ranching experiences. Interviewed by Elaine Thatcher and Lisa Duskin-Goede on November 8, 2010 in the...
    • Blanthorn, Sam--Interviews; Blanthorn, Tawni Jo--Interviews; Ranching; Beef cattle; Ranch managers; Ranchers; Cattle; Calves; Beef cattle—Cow-calf system;
    • Ariel Rosario interview July 8, 2007

    • Mr. Ariel Rosario talks about his childhood in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, including traditions. He talks about receiving a scholarship to study at Utah State University, and his move to Cache Valley; receiving a bachelor's degree in...
    • Hispanic Americans; Education; Religion;
    • Karen Franco interview, November 14, 2012

    • Ms. Karen Franco discusses her childhood, her parents and their homelands of Guatemala and El Salvador. She talks about her life as a teenager in Cache Valley, her goals for the future, and her perspective on the world.
    • Hispanic Americans; Minority high school students; Families; Education;
    • 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;
    • Garth Barker interview, 4 February 2009, and transcription;

    • Garth Barker discusses multiple-use access for the Logan Canyon; meeting with politicians at Multiple Access Conservation Coalition member about land access concerns; experience as a member of Search and Rescue.
    • Barker, Garth, 1949---Interviews; Barker, Garth, 1949---Childhood and youth; Recreation--Utah--Logan Canyon; Snowmobiling--Utah--Logan Canyon; Politicians--Utah; Multiple Access Conservation Coalition (Utah); Land use--Law and...
    • Ted Seeholzer interview, 19 November 2008, and transcription;

    • Ted Seeholzer is the owner of the Beaver Mountain ski area in Logan Canyon and talks about the history of Beaver Mountain (which has been owned by his family since its inception), and his varying roles with the ski resort – beginning in childhood....
    • Seeholzer, Ted, 1932---Interviews; Seeholzer, Ted, 1932---Family; Seeholzer, Ted, 1932---Career in the Ski Industry; Beaver Mountain Ski Resort (Logan Canyon, Utah)--History; Beaver Mountain (Utah); Fishing--Utah--Logan River; Hunting--Cache Valley...
    • Buzzer 1930

    • Yearbook for Utah State University. Published from 1909-1971 with single issues in 1978 and 1981.
    • Utah State University--History; Utah State University; Utah State Agricultural College; Agricultural College of Utah; Universities and colleges--Utah; Education, Higher--Utah; USU--Student life; USU--Student publications; USU--Faculty and staff;...
    • Portal, v. 3, no. 8, April 1909

    • The Portal, v. 3, no. 8, April 1909, by St. John's Associate Mission, Logan Utah. Editors were the Rev. Paul Jones and the Rev. Donald Kent Johnston, who in 1909, were responsible for the completion of the "Western-Romanesque-Gothic" church...
    • Religious thought--Utah--Logan--Periodicals; Christianity--Utah--Logan--Periodicals; Christian life--Anglican authors--Periodicals; St. John's Episcopal Church (Logan, Utah)--Periodicals; Theology, Doctrinal--Periodicals;
    • Mearl and Emma Row interview

    • Mr. Row talks about growing up in Idaho and Wyoming; his work from seven years old, including herding cows, haying, road building, construction, cowboying and ranching. Mr. Row talks about his desire to learn, to work hard and to respect others. He...
    • Row, Mearl--Interviews; Row, Emma--Interviews; Ranching; Ranchers; Ranch managers; Ranch Management; Hay--Harvesting--Equipment and supplies; Cattle ranching; Building; Roads—Design and construction; Cowboys; Cattle herders; Pasture, Right of;
    • Bart Argyle interview

    • Mr. Bart Argyle discusses his current occupation of raising sheep and cattle. He talks about growing up ranching, and his family history in the area, as well as with ranching. Interviewed by Randy Williams on January 10, 2012 at the Argyle home in...
    • Argyle, Bart--Interviews; Sheepherding; Sheep ranchers; Cattle ranching; Migrant labor; Argyle, Arthur; Argyle, Ralph; Peru;
    • Craig Holmgren interview

    • Mr. Craig Holmgren speaks about being a rancher, growing up on a ranch, and raising his own family on his ranch. He also discusses some of the different struggles and benefits of ranching today. Interviewed by Randy Williams on May 12, 2011 in the...
    • Holmgren, Craig--Interviews; Hay--Harvesting--Equipment and supplies; Cattle—Feeding and feeds; Cattle ranching; Pasture, Right of; Ranching--Equipment and supplies; Pastures--Irrigation;
    • 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;
    • Willard (Bill) Reed Petersen interview, 14 April 2008, and transcription;

    • Mr. Peterson talks about growing up in Hyrum, Utah; his father's ranching and farming operations; working with his families’ sheep ranching operation in Cache National Forest and in Box Elder County. He talks about getting out of the sheep business...
    • Petersen, Willard Reed, 1926-; Petersen, Willard Reed, 1926- --Family; Logan Canyon (Utah); Sheep--Utah--History; Sheep industry--Utah; Sheep ranchers--Utah; Sheep ranchers--Cache National Forest (Utah and Idaho); Sheep--Feeding and...
    • 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;
    • William D. Hurst Daily Files November 1963

    • Daily Files of William D. Hurst, covering November 1963
    • Hurst, William D. (William Daly); Forest rangers--Utah--Records and correspondence; Forest rangers--Rocky Mountains Region--Records and correspondence; United States. Forest Service--Officials and employees--Records and correspondence
    • Ronald V. Jensen Living Historical Farm Photographs

    • 4,922 photos, negatives, and slides capturing the extensive research done on other living museums from across North America as well as historical photos of Cache Valley. There are also numerous images of the Jensen Farm featuring staff and students...
    • Agriculture and Natural Resources; Agriculture; Agriculture -- Cache Valley (Utah and Idaho) -- History -- Photographs.; Historic farms -- Cache Valley (Utah and Idaho) -- Photographs.; Historic farms -- Utah -- Wellsville -- Photographs.;...
    • 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;
    • 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;...
    • 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;
    • Alicia Espinoza interview August 9, 2007

    • Alicia Espinoza talks about her childhood in Santiago, Chile, joining the LDS Church when she is 14 years old; the difficulties during the political crisis with Pinochet. She talks about her education, becoming an LPN and a dietist [dietician]. She...
    • Immigration & society; Mormon missionaries; Politics and culture; Hispanic Americans;
    • Buzzer 1923

    • Yearbook for Utah State University. Published from 1909-1971 with single issues in 1978 and 1981.
    • Utah State University--History; Utah State University; Utah State Agricultural College; Agricultural College of Utah; Universities and colleges--Utah; Education, Higher--Utah; USU--Student life; USU--Student publications; USU--Faculty and staff;...
    • 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;
    • Julie and Diane Tanner interview

    • Diane Tanner and Julie Tanner (married to brothers) talk about what it’s like being a ranch wife in Grouse Creek, Utah. They speak about their different roles in ranching and raising a family in rural Utah, including what it’s like being so far way...
    • Tanner, Julie--Interviews; Tanner, Diane--Interviews; Tanner, Merlin; Tanner, Kenna; Tanner, Jay; Tanner, Blaine; Country life; Education, Rural; Rural families; Ranch life; Farm life; Chores; Ranching; Folk art; Rancher's spouses--Supplementary...
    • Tanner Haviland interview

    • Mr. Tanner Haviland talks briefly about his background growing up on a ranch. He discusses his experience as a range rider, and talks about how he got the job, responsibilities involved, and the lifestyle in general. Interviewed by Randy Williams...
    • Haviland, Tanner--Interviews; Horses—Training; Rodeos; Calf roping; Team roping; Horses—Equipment and supplies; Pasture animals; Corrals; Cattle herding; Pasture, Rights of;
    • History of Logan by Willard Conrad Jenson

    • History of Logan by Willard Conrad Jenson. A thesis presented to the Faculty of the University of Utah in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of M.A., 1927.
    • Logan Republican; Logan (Utah)--History; Cache Valley (Utah and Idaho)--History;
    • Ana Trujillo interview August 23, 2007

    • Mrs. Ana Trujillo talks about her childhood in a poor neighborhood in Venezuela, working from an early age because her father was elderly. She talks about her family and country traditions, her education as an accountant, and her desire to study...
    • Hispanic Americans; Immigration & society; Education; Mormons;
    • William D. Hurst Daily Files July 1964

    • Daily Files of William D. Hurst, covering July 1964
    • Hurst, William D. (William Daly); Forest rangers--Utah--Records and correspondence; Forest rangers--Rocky Mountains Region--Records and correspondence; United States. Forest Service--Officials and employees--Records and correspondence
    • Ellie Méndez interview August 1, 2007

    • Ms. Elisaida Méndez talks about her childhood and traditions in her native Puerto Rico, her move to the United States, for a teaching job in New York, her education, including a Master’s Degree in Phycology from Temple University in Philadelphia,...
    • Families; Education; 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;
    • Kenna Tanner interview

    • Mrs. Tanner talks about her ranching heritage, including being raised on a ranch in Park Valley, Utah, marrying a rancher and raising her own family on a ranch in Grouse Creek, Utah, and her different roles and occupations over the years, while...
    • Tanner, Kenna--Interviews; Tanner, Merlin; Country life; Education, Rural; Rural families; Ranch life; Farm life; Chores; Ranching; Rancher's spouses--Supplementary employment; Emergency medical technicians; Ranching; Cattle Ranching; Beef...
    • Kent Johnson interview

    • Mr. Kent Johnson talks about growing up on a ranch on Bear Lake. He discusses how the family ranch was divided, raising his own family on a ranch, and his current ranching operation. Interviewed by Bob Parson on December 8, 2011 in Rich County,...
    • Johnson, Kent--Interviews; Bear Lake (Utah and Idaho); Ranching; Cattle ranching; Beef cattle--Cow-calf system; Pasture, Right of; Cattle--Equipment and supplies; Pastures—Irrigation; Hay--Harvesting--Equipment and supplies; Ranch managers;
    • Portal, v. 3, no. 1, September 1908

    • The Portal, v. 3, no. 1, September 1908, by St. John's Associate Mission, Logan Utah. Editors were the Rev. Paul Jones and the Rev. Donald Kent Johnston, who in 1909, were responsible for the completion of the "Western-Romanesque-Gothic" church...
    • Religious thought--Utah--Logan--Periodicals; Christianity--Utah--Logan--Periodicals; Christian life--Anglican authors--Periodicals; St. John's Episcopal Church (Logan, Utah)--Periodicals; Theology, Doctrinal--Periodicals;
    • Gustavo Estrada interview April 11, 2007

    • Mr. Gustavo Estrada talks about the traditions of his native Mexico, his father’s sudden death (when he was in the US), his studies at Utah State University in Electrical Engineering, his numerous jobs and how he has adapted well to Logan and its...
    • Families; Education; Hispanic Americans;
    • Maria Luisa Spicer-Escalante interview April 5, 2007

    • María Spicer Escalante talks about her childhood in Michoacán and Ciudad de México, her work as a journalists in Mexico, her studies in linguistic, her job as a university professor at Utah State University, her feelings towards her husband and...
    • Families; Religion; Hispanic Americans;
    • Sarah Hargreaves interview July 19, 2007

    • Mrs. Sara Hargreaves talks about growing up on her father’s plantation in Danlí, Honduras, including having servants and family celebrations; she also talks about her family history going back to Spain and Germany, including German political exiles...
    • Families; Education; Immigration & culture;
    • 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;...
    • Frederick Frank Knowlton interview, 28 April 2008, and transcription;

    • Fred Knowlton talks about his experiences growing up on the family farm in Springville, New York, his family's educational pursuits, and his experiences with coyotes and the environment.;
    • Knowlton, Frederick Frank, 1934---Interviews; Knowlton, Frederick Frank, 1934---Childhood and youth; Knowlton, Frederick Frank, 1934---Family; Family farms--New York; Knowlton, Frederick Frank, 1934---Career in Wildlife Management; United States....
    • 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;
    • Patti Kimber interview

    • Patti Kimber talks about her experience as the contractor for the post office in Grouse Creek. She also talks about her other side business, as well as raising a family in a rural community, including sending them to Idaho to school when they got...
    • Kimber, Patti--Interviews; U.S. Postal Service; Hay--Harvesting--Equipment and supplies; Cattle ranching; Livestock brands; Postal service; Rodeos; Rural schools;
    • Ronald William Goede interviews, 16 & 28 October 2008, and transcriptions;

    • In Ron Goede's first interview he talks about growing up in Nebraska, earning a bachelor's degree from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, joining the Air National Guard in Nebraska, attending Utah State University to earn a Master's Degree in...
    • Goede, Ronald William, 1934---Interviews; Goede, Ronald William, 1934---Family; Goede, Ronald William, 1934---Career in Fisheries; Goede, Ronald William, 1934---Childhood and youth; Fisheries sciences--Research--Utah--Logan River; Fisheries...
    • 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;
    • 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;
    • 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;...
    • 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;
    • 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;
    • Smoke Signals, Vol. 15, No. 2, January, 1967;

    • Vol. 15, No. 2 issue of Smoke Signals, the Intermountain School newspaper publication;
    • Intermountain School--Periodicals; Intermountain School--Periodicals; Navajo Indians--Utah--Education--Periodicals; Indians of North America--Education--West (U.S.)--Periodicals; Brigham City (Utah)--History; School yearbooks--Utah; Intermountain...
    • Portal, v. 1, no. 7, May 1907;

    • The Portal, v. 1, no. 7, May 1907, by St. John's Associate Mission, Logan Utah. Editors were the Rev. Paul Jones and the Rev. Donald Kent Johnston, who in 1909, were responsible for the completion of the "Western-Romanesque-Gothic" church building...
    • Religious thought--Utah--Logan--Periodicals; Christianity--Utah--Logan--Periodicals; Christian life--Anglican authors--Periodicals; St. John's Episcopal Church (Logan, Utah)--Periodicals; Theology, Doctrinal--Periodicals;
    • Chris Chambers Interview

    • Mr. Chris Chambers is a brand inspector, and he discusses his duties as such, as well as briefly speaking about branding and livestock laws in Utah. Interviewed by Randy Williams on December 12, 2011 at the Chambers residence in Smithfield, Utah....
    • Chambers, Chris--Interviews; Dairy farming; Dairy farms; Cattle ranching; Livestock brands; Cattle stealing;
    • 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;

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