History of Nevada Diversity

Spirit Cave Man: The Controversy

The ancient human remains known as Spirit Cave Man have been the focus of a legal battle beginning in the 1990s.

Spirit Cave Man: An Overview

The term “Spirit Cave Man” refers to the partially-mummified remains of a Paleo-Indian who lived near what is now Fallon, Nevada, about 10,600 years ago – the oldest mummified remains ever found in North America.

Lubertha Johnson

Las Vegas community activist Lubertha Johnson was born in 1906 on a Mississippi farm, and raised by her grandmother. She had originally planned to be a teacher, but due to the Great Depression and her father's ill health, she was instead forced to join her family in Chicago to help support them.

Frank Yparraguirre: An Oral History

A Contribution to a Survey of Life in Carson Valley from First Settlement through the 1950s

Interviewee: Frank Yparraguirre with Raymond Borda
Interviewed: 1984
Published: 1984
Interviewer: R. T. King
UNOHP Catalog #130

Americans of Basque ancestry figure prominently in the history of Nevada. Sheepherding and innkeeping are the activities most commonly associated with the state’s Basques in the mind of the general public, but that is an excessively narrow interpretation of their role, particularly in Carson Valley.

Marvin Dressler and Ted Sallee: An Oral History

Marvin Dressler and Ted Sallee: A Contribution to a Survey of Life in Carson Valley from First Settlement through the 1950s

Interviewee: Marvin Dressler and Ted Sallee
Interviewed: 1984
Published: 1984
Interviewer: R. T. King
UNOHP Catalog #113

Grace Melissa Dangberg: An Oral History

Grace Melissa Dangberg: A Contribution to a Survey of Life in Carson Valley from First Settlement through the 1950s

Interviewee: Grace Melissa Dangberg
Interviewed: 1984
Published: 1984
Interviewer: R. T. King
UNOHP Catalog #110

Arnold R. Trimmer: An Oral History

Arnold R. Trimmer: A Contribution to a Survey of Life in Carson Valley from First Settlement through the 1950s

Interviewee: Arnold R. Trimmer and Laurie Hickey
Interviewed: 1984
Published: 1984
Interviewer: R. T. King
UNOHP Catalog #129

During the winter and spring of 1982, Kathryn Totton guided Arnold Trimmer through an oral autobiography for the University of Nevada Oral History Program. The result was an impressively detailed work over five hundred pages in length containing much valuable information about life in Genoa, Nevada.

Winona James: An Oral History

Winona James: A Contribution to a Survey of Life in Carson Valley from First Settlement through the 1950s

Interviewee: Winona James
Interviewed: 1984
Published: 1984
Interviewer: R. T. King
UNOHP Catalog #121

Bernice Auchoberry: An Oral History

Bernice Auchoberry: A Contribution to a Survey of Life in Carson Valley from First Settlement through the 1950s

Interviewee: Bernice Auchoberry
Interviewed: 1984
Published: 1984
Interviewer: R. T. King
UNOHP Catalog #108

Ruth D. Achard and Margaret D. McDonald: An Oral History

Ruth D. Achard and Margaret D. McDonald: A Contribution to a Survey of Life in Carson Valley from First Settlement through the 1950s

Interviewees: Ruth D. Achard and Margaret D. McDonald
Interviewed: 1984
Published: 1984
Interviewer: R. T. King
UNOHP Catalog #107

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