Daniel Maldonado, Hispanic Oral Histories, Accn 1369

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Title Daniel Maldonado, Hispanic Oral Histories, Accn 1369
Creator Maldonado, Daniel, 1929-
Contributor Kelen, Leslie G., 1949-
Date 1985
Spatial Coverage Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States; Mexico; Arizona, United States; Colorado, United States; Montana, United States; New Mexico, United States
Subject Maldonado, Daniel, 1929--Interviews; Mexican Americans--Utah--Interviews; Migrant workers; Catholic Church; Emigration and immigration
Description Maldonado (b. 1929) details his genealogy and recalls stories of his parents in Mexico, and as migrant workers in Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Montana. Topics covered include Union violence, growing up in Salt Lake City, school and social life in ethnically-diverse neighborhoods, troop trains in World War II, supporting his family as a shoemaker, education, dancing, the big-band era, ethnic tensions, Catholicism and the Guadalupe Mission, growing up Catholic in Mormon culture, and being a businessman. Interviewed by Leslie Kelen, 218 pages.
Collection Number and Name ACCN 1369, Hispanic Oral Histories, 1984-1987
Type Text
Format application/pdf
Extent 218 pages
Language eng
ARK ark:/87278/s6g78k8x
Topic Hispanic Americans; Emigration and immigration
Genre oral histories (literary works)
Setname uum_hoh
Date Created 2020-03-17
Date Modified 2020-03-17
ID 1531651
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