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Zella Mae Williams describes her career as a teacher in early 20th century Routt County.
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Elaine Gay describes her life growing up during the Depression in Routt County and her married life at the Green Creek Ranch in Pleasant Valley.
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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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Richard Soash describes his experiences growing up in rural Routt County focusing on his education. He goes on to talk about changes in society and people's reactions to change.
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Albert Hitchens and three of his adult children describe the 1884 origins of the Hitchens family ranch and life as a ranching family. The Hitchens are the longest continuous ranching family in Routt County. The family operated the post office in Pool, Colorado and later in Milner, Colorado.
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Dorothy Wither recalls her childhood and the early days of Steamboat Springs in this article by Rick Tibbetts
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Farrington "Ferry" Carpenter describes his experiences as a cattle rancher, lawyer, and recommends that interviewers Barbara Muhme and Debbie Green visit Routt County Court to learn about court proceedings.
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William (Bill) and Marianne Appel describe their lives as ranching pioneers of southern Routt County to Sharon Wandell.
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In this interview with Sharon Wandell, Calla (Reed) Apple talks about her family, her life in South Routt County and her experiences as one Routt County's early pioneer settlers.
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In this interview with Sharon Wandell, Calla (Reed) Apple talks about her family, her life in South Routt County and her experiences as one Routt County's early pioneer settlers.
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Anton Kline, with his wife Nellie, talk about Anton's experiences growing up in Steamboat Springs and the red-light district across the Yampa River, known as Brooklyn.
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Bob Swinehart is interviewed about his experiences growing up in Steamboat Springs and the red-light district across the Yampa River, known as Brooklyn.
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Bob Swinehart is interviewed about his experiences growing up in Steamboat Springs and the red-light district across the Yampa River, known as Brooklyn.
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Dorothy Wither is interviewed about the town of Brooklyn, Routt County and the women of Ill repute that lived there.
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Zella Mae Williams is interviewed by Betty Dawson, Kalli Sanders and Tanna Brock about her life as a Routt County Teacher in the early 20th century.
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Zella Mae Williams is interviewed by Betty Dawson, Kalli Sanders and Tanna Brock about her life as a Routt County Teacher in the early 20th century.
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In this interview Albert Hitchens describes the 1884 origins of the Hitchens family ranch and life as part of a ranching family. The Hitchens are the longest continuous ranching family in Routt County. The family operated the post office in Pool, Colorado and later in Milner, Colorado.
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In this interview with Bill McKelvie, Troy Keller and Kent Fletcher, Roger Butler describes his experiences growing up in Routt County and the time he spent in the United States Army during World War II. He mentions how he went AWOL numerous times without getting caught and his participation in the campaign in Italy during World War II. Roger also talks about some of his hunting and fishing experiences in Routt County.
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In this interview with Bill McKelvie and a Steamboat Springs high school student, Elaine Gay describes growing up in rural Routt County. She tells about trudging through deep snow to get to school and life on her family's ranch during the depression. When she became a ranch wife, she and her husband, Bob, worked hard to raise cattle and a family on their scenic ranch in Pleasant Valley.
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Rusty Nay is interviewed by Lara Johnson and Bill McKelvie about his life growing up in Steamboat Springs.