• Pat Williams Interview, May 12, 1997

    Williams, Pat

    Pat Williams recalls key legislation—RARE II and Big Hole, the Rattlesnake Wilderness Bill, and the Lee Metcalf Wilderness Bill—and colleagues—Morris Udall, Phillip Burton, James “Jim” Wright, Max Bau…

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  • Lee Christensen Interview, February 14, 1988

    Christensen, Lee

    Lee Christensen discusses his career as a hay derrick—also known as beaver slides or stackers—builder, which started in the 1920s when he apprenticed with another builder before striking out on his ow…

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  • Albert P. Schulz Interview, December 4, 1980

    Schulz, Albert P

    Albert Schulz describes some of his experiences trapping along the Rosebud River in Alberta, Canada, in the early 1910s. He talks about learning to snare rabbits from his father, and the three years (…

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  • Betty Burton Interview, July 12, 1984

    Burton, Betty

    Betty Burton describes moving with her parents to Pocatello, Idaho, as a young woman and graduating from the Idaho Technical Institute during the 1920s. She talks about moving again to Nevada to teach…

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