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David Atekpatzin Young was born in 1956 and moved to Boulder in 1972 so his mother (Maria Dora Esquivel, an activist who died in May 2013) could attend the University of Colorado. In this interview he talks about his ethnic … Continue reading
Elsie Fenton describes her journey to Colorado from Utah in 1893 in a covered wagon, childhood games, dances, farming, schooling, the Depression, Glenwood Springs, coal mining, labor troubles, Native Americans, New Castle, Marble, and Leadville.
People: James B. Benedict, Donald C. Camp, Charles Peterson, Mr. Bailey Places: Boulder, Caribou, Eldora Topics: Boulder County Indians, artifacts, Lyons sandstone, migration, healing traditions, Thunderbird, art, trading, game drives, mines in Eldora area, Caribou, Eldora buildings, mining boom, population, … Continue reading
Topics: Boulder’s Chicano community: covered wagon, moved to Boulder 1938, Washington Coal Mine, dances, Allied Chemical, Spanish neighborhoods, herb remedies, 19 grandchildren, Depression, W.P.A., Native Americans.
Topics: Boulder’s Chicano community: school, Native Americans, sheepherding, Depression (partly in Spanish).