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Etta Owens Audio Interview, part 1

Etta Owens describes her family's arrival in Roslyn, Washington, circa 1889. She talks about relocating with her family to Ronald, Washington, for work at the No. 3 Mine (Patrick's Mine).…

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Emil Ferra and Fabian (Fab) Kuchin Video Interview, part 1

Emil Ferra (b. August 1906 in Roslyn, Washington) and Fabian (Fab) Kuchin (b. January 20, 1907) talk about the history of Roslyn. They talk about the geography of the town, as well as their…

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Emil Ferra and Fabian (Fab) Kuchin Video Interview, part 3

Emil Ferra (b. August 1906 in Roslyn, Washington) and Fabian (Fab) Kuchin (b. January 20, 1907) talk about the history of Roslyn. They talk about the geography of the town, as well as their…

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Fabian (Fab) Kuchin Video Interview, part 2

Fabian (Fab) Kuchin (b. January 20, 1907 in Roslyn, Washington) talks about his life in Roslyn. He explains how his father, Stephen Kuchin, worked in the local coal mines until he had an accident and…

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Robert (Bob) Bell, Sr., Audio Interview, part 9

Robert Bell, Sr. (b. 1887 in Hudson Bay, New York), arrived in Cle Elum, Washington, in 1888. Bob Bell describes gardening, fishing, and trapping, noting in particular Native American activities in…

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Stella Walsh Audio Interview, 1983, part 9

Stella Walsh discusses her family?s background in homesteading and running the Walsh sawmill in the Teanaway River Valley, Washington, until 1908, when they moved the mill to Lake Cle Elum. Walsh…

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Dina Bonetto Audio Interview, part 1

Dina Bonetto describes the lives of Italian immigrants in Roslyn, Washington, in the early twentieth century. She describes recreation, gardening, wine-making, medical care, logging, taverns, and the…

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Ethel Craven Audio Interview, part 5

Ethel Florence Craven (1906-1993) was born into one of the African American families who were recruited to break a coal mining strike in Roslyn, Washington, in 1888. Craven married a coal miner,…

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Ethel Saxby Audio Interview, part 1

Ethel Saxby?s parents arrived in Ellensburg, Washington, in 1913. She speaks about her father (b. 1858 in Missouri) and how the Civil War affected his family. Saxby talks about her teaching career…

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William (Bill) Lumsden Audio Interview, part 1

William (Bill) Lumsden talks about his family's arrival in Roslyn, Washington, in 1886-1887. He talks about his father's work as a teamster, his involvement in building Roslyn's…

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