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Title Carrie Dann, Crescent Valley, Nevada: an interview by Samantha Senda-Cook, August 19, 2009
Alternative Title No.578 Carrie Dann
Creator Dann, Carrie, 1934-
Contributor Cooley, Everett L.; University of Utah. American West Center; Senda-Cook, Samantha
Publisher Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Date 2009-08-19
Access Rights I acknowledge and agree that all information I obtain as a result of accessing any oral history provided by the University of Utah's Marriott Library shall be used only for historical or scholarly or academic research purposes, and not for commercial purposes. I understand that any other use of the materials is not authorized by the University of Utah and may exceed the scope of permission granted to the University of Utah by the interviewer or interviewee. I may request permission for other uses, in writing to Special Collections at the Marriott Library, which the University of Utah may choose grant, in its sole discretion. I agree to defend, indemnify and hold the University of Utah and its Marriott Library harmless for and against any actions or claims that relate to my improper use of materials provided by the University of Utah.
Date Digital 2014-06-11
Spatial Coverage Crescent Valley, Eureka County, Nevada, United States, http://sws.geonames.org/5702984/
Subject Dann, Carrie, 1934- --Interviews; Radioactive waste disposal--Political aspects--Nevada; Yucca Mountain (Nev.)--Environmental aspects; Environmentalism--Nevada--History; Antinuclear movement; Shoshoni women--Biography; Shoshoni Indians--Nevada
Description Transcript (18 pages) of interview(s) by Samantha Senda-Cook with Carrie Dann on August 19, 2009
Abstract Dann was born at the homestead in Crescent Valley, Nevada in the 1930s. She discusses her background, upbringing, and ethical principles. She talks about her time as an activist, particularly with regard to nuclear testing at the Nevada Test Site and the Yucca Mountain Nuclear Waste Repository. She states that she was more active in opposing nuclear testing, but has done some activist work to oppose nuclear waste at Yucca Mountain. Carrie describes her role in the debate over nuclear waste, who is affected by nuclear waste disposal, and who is responsible. She also talks about her role in fighting for sovereignty and what it means to be a traditional indigenous person. Carrie's interview ends with her comment about traditional ways compared with Western ways. Nuclear Technology History Project. Interviewer: Samantha Senda-Cook
Type Text
Genre oral histories (literary works)
Format application/pdf
Language eng
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Scanning Technician Matt Wilkinson
Metadata Cataloger Matt Brunsvik; Jeremy Myntti; Ken Rockwell; Patrick Miller
Conversion Specifications Original scanned with Kirtas 2400 and saved as 400 ppi uncompressed TIFF. PDF generated by Adobe Acrobat Pro X for CONTENTdm display
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Topic Radioactive waste disposals--Political aspects; Nevada--Yucca Mountain; Environmentalism; Antinuclear movement; Shoshoni Indians; Shoshoni women
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Date Created 2015-11-10
Date Modified 2015-11-10
ID 800843
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6z04sjd

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Date Created 2014-08-20
Date Modified 2014-08-20
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Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6z04sjd/800842