Noland, O.E. life history read by Callie Alexander and oral history interviews of Sheek-Keener, Hilda Dee; Lewis, Neil; Floston, Mattie
|Title||Noland, O.E. life history read by Callie Alexander and oral history interviews of Sheek-Keener, Hilda Dee; Lewis, Neil; Floston, Mattie|
Noland, O.E.; Sheek-Keener, Hilda Dee; Floston, Mattie
|Contributor||Dorothy Trevino; Mancos Public Library|
This oral history is part of a series recorded in the mid 1970s by Dorothy Trevino regarding the early history and accounts of the settlers of Mancos, Colorado. This is the life of O.E. Noland as read by his daughter, Callie Alexander, as well as an oral history interview of Hilda Dee Sheek-Keener, along with Neil Lewis and Mattie Floston, conducted by Dorothy Trevino.
Navajo Springs -- Southwest Colorado -- Four Corners Trading Post
Native Americans -- Ute -- Navajo -- Relations with white settlers
Native Americans -- Chief Ignacio -- Death
Mancos, Colorado -- Commerce -- Business
Mitchell Family -- Orchard -- Mitchell Springs -- McElmo Canyon
Education -- Mancos, Colorado -- School building -- Teachers
Keener Family -- Pioneers
Ranching -- Domestic life
|Publisher||Mancos Public Library|
Copyright to this resource is held by the Mancos Public Library and is provided here for educational purposes only. It may not be downloaded, reproduced, or distributed in any format without written permission of the Mancos Public Library.
|Citation||Alexander, Callie, "Noland, O.E. life history read by Callie Alexander and oral history interviews of Sheek-Keener, Hilda Dee; Lewis, Neil; Floston, Mattie," in Heritage West, Item #64837, http://heritagewest.coalliance.org/items/show/64837 (accessed December 10, 2013).|