Basque Sheepherders of the American West: A Photographic Documentary (Basque Series). I was amazed at the resilience of the Basque immigrants. They were NOT born sheepherders, but took on some difficult work to come to America.
Basque Sheepherders of the American West: A Photographic Documentary (Basque Series). 0874170893 (ISBN13: 9780874170894). The photos in this book really do them justice in their own element in the wilderness.
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Are you sure you want to remove Basque sheep herders of the American West from your list? . a photographic documentary. Spine title: Basque sheepherders.
Are you sure you want to remove Basque sheep herders of the American West from your list? Basque sheep herders of the American West. Text in Basque, English, French, and Spanish.
Basque Americans (Basque: euskal estatubatuarrak, Spanish: vasco estadounidenses, French: Basco-Américains) are Americans of Basque descent. According to the 2000 US census, there are 57,793 Americans of full or partial Basque descent, but the real number of Basque Americans could easily reach 100,000 people. Of them, 41,811 people claimed be simply Basque American, 9,296 claimed be originating from Spanish Basque Country, and the other 6,686 claimed be originating from the French Basque Country.
Basque sheepherders once drove their flocks up and down what is now Highway . This is the Woodstock for the Basque American community in the West. Charming Illustrations by Marjorie Gallop, from "The Book of the Basques" by Rodney Gallop, 1931
Basque sheepherders once drove their flocks up and down what is now Highway 395 in California. March 15, 2016 ·. basquebooks. November 29, 2015 ·. rtve. Charming Illustrations by Marjorie Gallop, from "The Book of the Basques" by Rodney Gallop, 1931. May 23, 2015 ·. Spanish Immigrants in the United States.
Learning about the history of the Basque people, the reasons for the difference in culture between .
Learning about the history of the Basque people, the reasons for the difference in culture between French Basques and Spanish Basque was very interesting. It really was the introduction I've been missing to the culture. I read it over time for many reasons, one of which it can be so detailed as to become tedious. I would recommend it for those interested in history.
Confessions of a Basque Sheepherder. Basque Writer of the American. 212. Robert Erburu and Becoming a Postmodern. Richard W. Etulain specializes in the history and culture of the American West and modern US. His PhD is from the University of Oregon (1966). He taught at Idaho State University (1970-79) and from 1979 to 2001 at the University of New Mexico, where he directed the Center for the American West.
cessful Basque sheepherder presents the question of how this collectivity. gained such an exalted reputation. Considering Basque immigrant workers as better sheepherders than. evolution of Basque open-range sheepherding in the American West has. allowed the romantic ideal of the nomadic Basque shepherd to remain en-. trenched in popular literature 3. In a similar revisionist vein, this article. interrogates an element of the Basque immigrant experience in the West. that has remained largely ignored: whiteness4.
Richard Lane, 1969/Courtesy Basque Library at the University of Nevada .
Richard Lane, 1969/Courtesy Basque Library at the University of Nevada, Reno. Find additional stories, photos and recipes of the Basque sheepherders of the West at the Kitchen Sisters Web site. Sprinkled throughout the rural newspapers of the American West in the early 20th century," Douglass said, "you get these reports of the mad Basco sheepherder, talking to themselves. Amongst Basques there's this whole vocabulary of madness: the sheepherder who goes over the edge, who becomes sagebrushed or sheeped.
You say Basque to a Westerner and you think sheepherder, said Mark Kurlansky, author of The Basque . Every Sunday night, sheepherders across the mountains of the American West would tune in to listen to her radio show on KBOI in Boise.
You say Basque to a Westerner and you think sheepherder, said Mark Kurlansky, author of The Basque History of the World. In Basque country very few people were shepherds. No one has huge expanses of land there.