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Index -- Amado, Gustavo and Beverly

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

Narrator:

Gustavo "Gus" Antonio Amado
Beverly Irish Amado
Rancho Nuevo
Amado, Arizona

Interviewer: Betty J. Lane
Date of Interview: March 3, 1989 and March 15, 1989
Alamo Ranch, 2
Aliens, illegal, 21-22
Amado, Antonio, Jr., 1
Amado, Antonio, Sr., 1, 3, 9, 15, 20, 27-28
Amado, Arizona, 1-3, 7-8, 12-14, 18
Amado, Demetrio, 1, 2, 13
Amado, Elvira Hidalgo, 1, 8-9
Amado, Gustavo Elias, 1, 10-11, 27-28
Amado, Manuel, 1, 2, 15
Amado, Miguel (Mike), 15, 16, 17
Amado Community Church, 3, 12-13
Amado School, 3, 12
Angulo, John, 8
Boozer family, 12
Bourne, Eulalia (Sister), 5-7
Canoa Ranch, 23-24, 26-27
Carranza, Basilio, 16-17
Cattle, 14-15, 17-18, 20, 28
Depression of 1930s, 25, 27
Education, interviewee's, 3-6, 9-10, 14
Fickett, George, 24-25
Floods, 2, 21
Flu epidemic of 1918, 27
Guest ranches, 28
Kinsley, Otho, 7
Los Reales, 15
Manning family, 26-27
Mexican Americans, 1-28
Mines and mineral resources, 23
Proctor, George, 21
Railroads, 12, 18
Ranches and ranching, 1-18, 20-28
Rancho el Sopori, 4, 8
Rancho San Antonio, 2, 3
Recreation, 4-5, 20
Religious life, 2-3
Rodeos, 7-8
Roundups, 14, 17-18
Ryland, Jack, 6
Salcido, Raul, 2
Salcido, Rudy, 2
Santa Cruz River, 22
Sopori School, 3-7
Tres Bellotas Ranch, 15
Tucson, Arizona, 8-10, 28
Warner, Jack, 8
Water, 22-23
Wingfield, Ralph, 16
Yoas, Bird G., 16