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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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Thelma West shares stories about her time working as a cook for the men building the railroad line between Denver and Craig with authors Jim Anderson and Pat Keena.
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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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Lawrence "Doc" Marshall describes his early life traveling to the Yampa Valley by covered wagon and his experiences breaking wild horses and riding in rodeos.
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Lawrence "Doc" Marshall and Clarice Lucille "Lucy" (Crisp) Marshall are interviewed by Holly Zeman and Letha Mack about Doc's childhood and life as a horseman.
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Lawrence "Doc" Marshall clarifies information about his youth and military service in this interview with Tana Brock and Cindy Sandelin.
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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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Anton Kline elaborates on his family history and describes the effects of the Great Depression on the family ranching business
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Margaret Rossi is interviewed by Mark Mccoy on the trials and tribulations of pioneer life.