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Art Adams describes his experiences working in agriculture and mining in Routt County.
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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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Alton Kline describes events in his life as a cattle and sheep rancher in Routt County. He includes tales about the saloon owned by his father in the Steamboat Springs neighborhood known as Brooklyn. Includes a poem by Bill May.
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Anton Kline describes his life as a rancher, coal miner and artifact collector. He relates anecdotes about his father's saloon in Brooklyn and his hunting experiences.
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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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Art Adams is interviewed by his grandson, J.D. Adams about growing up and working in Routt County. Art's wife, Veronica, briefly participates in the interview as well.
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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. Wayne made a living as a rancher and coal miner supplementing his food supply by hunting and trapping.
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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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In this interview Dale Bostock recalls experiences and events from the historic Routt County town of McGregor and nearby mining communities. Note: Interviewee refers to the Wadge Mine explosion, in error, as the Ridgemont Mine explosion.
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In this interview with Kellie Shockley and Bill McKelvie, Joseph Remo "Shorty" Hamidy talks about his family members, their time living at Juniper Mine, and his experiences running Hamidy Hardware.
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Bill Lee talks about his experience working in Routt County mines, his memory of the Wadge Mine explosion, as well as his time in the U.S. Navy during World War II. His wife Lorene Lee talks about raising a family in a close knit mining community.
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Doc Utterback, Dale Bostock, and Maude Compenstine describe life in the early mining town of McGregor and nearby Milner in Routt County.
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Former residents share details about Mt. Harris, a small coal mining community that existed between 1914 and 1958.
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Joseph Remo "Shorty" Hamidy describes his early life in Oak Creek, Colorado, and working in a mine and a lumber yard. Shorty goes on to explain his experiences as proprietor of Hamidy Hardware.
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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.