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Johnson Iola Starr recounts the history of the Feburary 16th 1936 avalanche that destroyed the Hesperus (Doyle) mine 1976 February 16 (Side A)

Iola Starr Johnson describes her memories of the big avalanche that wiped out the Hesperus mine on Feburary 16 1936 and took the lives of 6 Mancos residents. She also reads an account of the…

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Oral history interviews with Stevenson Leonard; MenefeeMr.; Artz Mrs. Charlie; McPhee Mr.; Thomas Mrs. Mother; Ritter Maurice; Exxon George; and Artz Mrs. Mathi 1975 (Side B)

Dorothy Trevino interviews a variety of individuals who were early citizens of Mancos Colorado. These interviews are part of a series of oral histories taken in the 1970s intended to be added to the…

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UCB-08-35

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Ellis K. Skinner "Bury Me Out on the Prairie"

19th Century Traditional Song

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Ellis K. Skinner "Frankie and Johnnie"

Folk Song

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Sam Eskin "Hound Dog"

Folk Song

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Marianna Cummings Schaupp "Frog He Would a Wooing Go"

Traditional Song

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James Harlan Martin "Old Miller"

English Folk Song

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Edith Cummings Taylor "Bold Miller"

English Folk Song

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Henry Turner "I Wish I Were Single Again"

Folk Song

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Oral History Interview with H.D. Hilley 1978 January 1 (Tape 2, Side B)

Recollections Soccorro and San Elizario area which include history culture folklore and traditions of the area.

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Oral History Interview with Pablo Carbajal 1970 January 1 (Side B)

Tigua Indian discusses tribal history customs and way of life.

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Woodstock West

On May 4, 1970, 1,500 students gathered on the University of Denver campus to publicly mourn their fallen comrades at Kent State[1] and attempted to make sense of President Nixon’s invasion of…

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A tu santuario bendito, 1972

San Juan Pueblo, New Mexico. No listing in Cobos index. Recited. Quality: good. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 10 of 10 songs on the audiofile.

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El sombrero ancho, 1971

Tome, New Mexico. Mexican song from Jalisco. Eating bread and cheese at the ranch is a fine thing, but better still is a kiss under a large brimmed hat. Quality: good/fair. PLEASE NOTE: this should…

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La merced de Tome, 1971

Tome, New Mexico. Song about the loss of the Tome land grant. Those in favor of the sale of the grant are referred to as traitors and opportunists. Includes commentary. Quality: good. PLEASE NOTE:…

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