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Through Our Parents' Eyes: History & Culture of Southern Arizona brings to the Web the history, culture and experiences of the people who live in this vibrant region. These tracks bring featured audio and video from the Through Our Parents' Eyes collections.

Through Our Parents' Eyes University of Arizona

    • Geschiedenis

Through Our Parents' Eyes: History & Culture of Southern Arizona brings to the Web the history, culture and experiences of the people who live in this vibrant region. These tracks bring featured audio and video from the Through Our Parents' Eyes collections.

    Cumbia

    Cumbia

    Tohono O'odham Veteran's Band, performed at the Tucson Meet Yourself, October 9, 1993, TMY 1993-R6. During the introduction to their performance, The O'odham Veterans Band explained that there are four types of Waila music: Waila, Choti, Watersaw and Mazurka. A fifth and more recent addition, they added, is the Cumbia. Performers: Francisco Antone (Marines) saxophone; Sylvester Oliver, Sr. (Army) guitar; Mr. Henry (Marines), accordian; Irving Lopez (Marines), drums; Phillip (Marines)

    • 4 min.
    Choti

    Choti

    Tohono O'odham Veteran's Band, performed at Tucson Meet Yourself, October 9, 1993, TMY 1993-R6. During the introduction to their performance, The O'odham Veterans Band explained that there are four types of Waila music: Waila, Choti, Watersaw and Mazurka. A fifth and more recent addition, they added, is the Cumbia. Performers: Francisco Antone (Marines) saxophone; Sylvester Oliver, Sr. (Army) guitar; Mr. Henry (Marines), accordian; Irving Lopez (Marines), drums; Phillip (Marines)

    • 3 min.
    • video
    A Special Place ... A Special Time: Ruby, Arizona

    A Special Place ... A Special Time: Ruby, Arizona

    Tallia Cahoon leads us on a tour of the ghost town of Ruby, Arizona, her childhood home. Tallia grew up in Ruby during the mining town's heyday. She shares tales and history of the mine, the school house, the jail and more.

    • 12 min.
    • video
    300 Years of Ranching in Southern Arizona

    300 Years of Ranching in Southern Arizona

    Diana Hadley presented "300 Years of Ranching in Southern Arizona" as part of a Pima Community College's Community Education Series event held on November 7, 2009. Diana Hadley is Head of the Office of Ethnohistorical Research/Documentary Relations of the Southwest at the Arizona State Museum and a local rancher.

    • 41 min.
    • video
    The Riggs Family and Its Involvement in Cattle Ranching in Southeastern Arizona

    The Riggs Family and Its Involvement in Cattle Ranching in Southeastern Arizona

    Casey Dennis presented "The Riggs Family and Its Involvement in Cattle Ranching in Southeastern Arizona" as part of a Pima Community College's Community Education Series event held on November 7, 2008. Casey Dennis is a rancher and a descendant of the Riggs family, a ranching family with more than 130 years of cattle ranching in southeastern Arizona.

    • 20 min.
    • video
    A History of the Railroad in Tucson

    A History of the Railroad in Tucson

    Bill Kalt, a lifelong educator and author of "Tucson Was a Railroad Town," presented "A History of the Railroad in Tucson" as part of a Pima Community College's Community Education Series event held on October 23, 2008.

    • 47 min.

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