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Index -- Amado, Gustavo and Beverly

"Voices in the Valley"
The Tubac Historical Society Oral History Project

Narrator:

Elvira Hildalgo Amado
Yolanda Amado Wells

Tucson, Arizona

Interviewer: Betty J. Lane
Date of Interview: October 18, 1990

INDEX AMADO, ELVIRA and YOLANDA AMADO WELLS
Amado, Antonio, Jr., 11 12
Amado, Antonio, Sr., 10, 13 14
Amado, Gustavo Antonio, 10 11, 15, 18
Amado, Gustavo Elias, 4, 8, 10, 13, 14, 26
Amado, Arizona, 14, 16 17, 23, 25
Amado School, 23
Bourne, Eulalia (Sister), 15, 23
Carranza, Basilio, 17
Cattle, 11, 23 24, 26
Civil War, 1, 2, 3
Depression of 1930s, 12 13
Education, interviewees', 3, 7 8, 15 16, 17 18, 23
Elias family, 4, 19
Fimbres, Anna Maria Maldonado, 22
Ho, Jerry Lee, 16
Hughes, Fred G., 1 3
Kinsley, Otho, 17
Manning family, 19
Merchant, Richard, 20, 21
Mexican Americans, 1 26
Railroads, 23, 25 26
Ranches and ranching, 10 14, 23 26
Rancho el Sopori, 20, 21
Religious life, 5 7, 9, 14, 16
Rodeos, 17, 21
Roskruge School, 8
Roundups, 23 24
Safford School, 7
St. Joseph's Academy, 3
San Augustin Cathedral, 5, 6, 9
Sopori School, 15
Tohono O'Odham Indians, 8
Tucson, Arizona, 1 9, 15 16, 17 22
Tucson High School, 8
Wayne, John, 15