Basques -- California
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Various pamphlets from different Basque-American festivals and exhibitions, a 2017 calendar, stickers, festival and events posters, pamphlets from the Basque Museum in Boise, booklet of the Jaialdi 95' in Boise, a scarf from Basque Soccer Friendly, a retrospective booklet of San Francisco Basque Club and two posters. It also includes two booklets one showing Basque sheepherder's tree carvings and the other, 'Amerikanuak!', about Basques in the U.S.
Overview Drawings by Wallace and Hans Reiss of Basque carvings worked on aspen trees in the eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains of California and Nevada by Basque sheep herders, 1895-1935. Includes a map locating sites of carvings.
Abstract Basque items related to the Basque Exhibition at Smithsonian Folk Festival, such as pamphlets, posters, photographs of tree carving and typical Basque fisher's neckerchief.
Scope and Contents Questionnaires made to Basques in the US, sheep man, herders and Basque hotels owners.
File — Box BSQAP 0431, Folder: BSQAP0431-3
Scope and Contents Forms for three interviews to Basque sheepmen. The forms include biographical information, as well as information about the sheep farming activity of the ranch and its history.
Abstract Data about Basque people enrolled in California, data and statistics about Basques who arrived in New York port and statistics about Basque presence based on 1900 census in different States of the U.S. It also contains six books on various topics related to Basques in the U.S., maritime law and Basque regional code of laws.
Abstract Various bookmarks on four different designs, Basque Library pamphlets, some of exhibitions, pamphlets regarding Basque Databases and Basque Library's rules, a thin magazine showing recently graduated library student workers and a poster from 'Bertsolari' documentary projection.
Abstract Booklet containing life history of Carmen Chabat Kontt.
Abstract 6 magazines: 'PIT Traveler', 'Nevada', 'Deep Down Inside Arizona Highways', and 'High Desert Journal', last two containing each one an article regarding Basques in the U.S. It also contains the journal 'Sheep Trails', New Mexico Genealogist Society's journal and an article taken from 'Pays Basque' magazine. Sheep ranching in the land of the lakes', 'edible Reno-Tahoe' magazine, four copies of 'Canadian Geographic' and 'Faces' magazine
Abstract Four magazines containing articles about Basques whale hunting in America and about Basques Amesti and Martin Aguirre. It also contains newspapers clippings donated by Celestine Paternain.