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A letter by Cindy Sandelin and a collection of teaser articles from the next issue.
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Art Adams is interviewed by his grandson, J.D. Adams about working as a coal miner in Routt County.
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Cindy Sandelin and Tanna (Eck) Brock interview Guy Bennett about mining life in Kentucky and Colorado.
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Cindy Sandelin and Tanna (Eck) Brock interview Guy Bennett about mining life in Kentucky and Colorado.
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Mabel Myers is interviewed by Cindy Sandelin and Bill McKelvie about her family moving to Oak Creek in a covered wagon and her early life there.
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Mabel Myers and her daughter, Thelma Myers Clark talk with Cindy Sandelin about early mining in Oak Creek.
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Pat Green Sandefur discusses her life and accomplishments in Routt County.
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Ernest "Dude" Todd reflects on his long life in Routt County.
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John Abner "Doc" Utterback Jr. describes his life growing up in Routt County and voices his opinions on a variety of topics including changing values, music, education, and community development in Routt County in this interview with Mari Jo Hoaglund and Bill McKelvie.
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Margaret Rossi is interviewed by Mark Mccoy on the trials and tribulations of pioneer life.
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In this interview with Kristin Bostrom, Danny Horne and Bill McKelvie, Wayne Whitecotton describes growing up on a Routt County ranch in the early 20th century. Wayne made a living as a rancher and coal miner supplementing his food supply by hunting and trapping.
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Samuel Joseph "Sam" McBride describes his early years and his 38 year mining career in Routt County in this interview with Roger Muhme and Bill McKelvie
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In this interview with Kristin Bostrom, Danny Horne and Bill McKelvie, Wayne Whitecotton describes growing up on a Routt County ranch in the early 20th century. After leaving school at age 13, Wayne made a living as a rancher and coal miner supplementing his food supply by hunting and trapping. He served with General Patton in World War II.
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Marie Stender is interviewed by Letha Mack and Julie Lewis and tells about tells about her hardships in Germany during World War I, emigrating to the United States, and life on a Routt County, Colorado farm.
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The history of the Red Light District in Brooklyn, Routt County is described by Bob Swinehart, Dorothy Wither, and Anton Kline.
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Dude Todd talks about his experiences as Deputy, and then Sheriff, of Oak Creek and the many adventures his job took him on.
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Samuel Joseph "Sam" McBride describes his early years and his 38 year mining career in Routt County. He provides a comprehensive picture of the changes in coal mining and the need for and formation of mining labor unions.
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Wayne Whitecotton describes growing up on a Routt County ranch in the early 20th century. After leaving school at age 13, Wayne made a living as a rancher and coal miner supplementing his food supply by hunting and trapping. He served with General Patton in World War II. Other contributors to this article include Shane Jacobs and Russell Snowden.
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Margaret Alice (Chamberlain) Rossi talks about the trials and tribulations of being a pioneer woman. Includes a biscuit recipe from Mrs. Alva Jones.
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Pat Green Sandefur discusses early life in Routt County and her various business ventures.