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Found in 1121 Collections and/or Records:

A la edad de quince anos, 1958, 2006

 Item
Identifier: CCcobos11.46
Abstract

Leyba, New Mexico. See item 11.4. Quality: Poor.

Dates: 1958; Digitization: 2006

A la ru, la ru, 1971, 2006

 Item
Identifier: CCcobos14.13
Abstract

Escondida, New Mexico. Version of the lullaby sung in many of the New Mexican shepherds's plays. Cut off. Quality: Fair.

Dates: 1971; Digitization: 2006

A San Luis Gonzaga, 1971, 2006

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Identifier: CCcobos15.19
Abstract

Pena Blanca, New Mexico. Quality: Good.

Dates: 1971; Digitization: 2006

A tu santuario bendito, 1972, 2006

 Item
Identifier: CCcobos54
Abstract

San Juan Pueblo, New Mexico. No listing in Cobos index. Recited. Quality: good. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 10 of 10 songs on the audiofile.

Dates: 1972; Digitization: 2006

Abe Kauvar for Colorado Reflections

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Identifier: couda-kauvar
Abstract

Dr. Abe Kauvar, Manager of the Denver Department of Health and Hospitals and a graduate of the University of Denver, recalls growing up in the Jewish community of Denver. Kauvar recalls family trips to a cabin in the Colorado Rocky Mountains, his school days at East High School, and his work at Denver General Hospital as well as the hospital's growth.

Dates: Date Not Yet Determined

Adios acompanamiento, 1968, 2006

 Item
Identifier: CCcobos21.16
Abstract

Albuquerque, New Mexico. See item 20.3. Quality: Good.

Dates: 1968; Digitization: 2006

Adios, angel mio, 1958, 2006

 Item
Identifier: CCcobos11.43
Abstract

Leyba, New Mexico. See item 11.4. Quality: Poor.

Dates: 1958; Digitization: 2006

Adios, hermano, te vas, 1968, 2006

 Item
Identifier: CCcobos22.15
Abstract

Albuquerque, New Mexico. See item 20.3. Quality: Good.

Dates: 1968; Digitization: 2006

Adios, Jesus de mi vida, 1972, 2007 January 1

 Item
Identifier: CCcobos3.1
Abstract

Albuquerque, New Mexico. Quality: Fair.

Dates: 1972; Digitization: 2007 January 1

Adios mujer, 1958, 2006

 Item
Identifier: CCcobos11.37
Abstract

Leyba, New Mexico. See item 11.4. Quality: Poor.

Dates: 1958; Digitization: 2006

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Subject
Folk music -- New Mexico 488
Canciones 193
Interviews 99
Colorado 93
Alabados 85
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Denver (Colo.) 69
Westminster (Colo.) -- Biography 56
Westminster (Colo.) -- History 56
Indigenous peoples of North America 51
Mesa (Ariz.) -- Social life and customs -- 20th century 51
Nevada 50
Mesa (Ariz.) -- History -- 20th century 49
Northern Paiute Indians 46
Northern Paiute women 42
Adams County (Colo.) -- Biography 37
Adams County (Colo.) -- History 37
Corridos 35
History 27
Valses chiquiados 25
Ranch life -- Grouse Creek (Utah) 23
Grouse Creek (Utah) -- Social life and customs 22
Hispanic heritage 22
Oral histories 21
Ranchers -- Grouse Creek (Utah) -- Interviews 21
Mormons -- Mesa (Ariz.) -- Interviews 20
Steel industry and trade -- United States -- History 20
Colorado Springs (Colo.) 18
Inditas 16
Mexico -- History -- Revolution, 1910-1920 16
Alabanzas 14
Children's songs, Spanish 13
Depressions -- 1929 13
Entriegas de novios 13
Himnos 12
Romances 12
Bailes 11
Frontier and pioneer life -- Mesa (Ariz.) 11
Mines and mineral resources 11
Song in story 11
World War, 1914-1918 11
Central business districts -- Mesa (Ariz.) -- History 10
Cultural Identity 10
Decimas 10
World War, 1939-1945 10
Agriculture 9
College administrators -- Greeley (Colo.) -- Interviews 9
Agriculture -- Mesa (Ariz.) -- History 8
Authors 8
Anglo-American song 7
Cortez (Colo.) -- History 7
Homesteading -- Goodman Point (Montezuma County, Colo.) 7
Los pastores 7
Montezuma County (Colo.) -- History 7
Mormons -- Grouse Creek (Utah) 7
Railroads 7
Teachers 7
Ysleta del Sur Pueblo 7
Agriculture -- Goodman Point (Montezuma County, Colo.) 6
Central City (Colo.) 6
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Goodman Point (Montezuma County, Colo.) 6
Gold mines and mining 6
Greeley (Colo.) 6
Influenza Epidemic, 1918-1919 6
Race discrimination 6
Schools -- Mesa (Ariz.) -- History 6
Tiwa Indians 6
Tiwa Indians -- Customs and practices 6
Tiwa Indians -- History 6
Boulder (Colo.) 5
Cache la Poudre River Watershed (Colo.) 5
Civic leaders -- Mesa (Ariz.) -- Interviews 5
Colorado Springs (Colo.) -- History 5
Miners 5
Recreation -- Mesa (Ariz.) -- History 5
Segregation 5
African Americans -- Mesa (Ariz.) -- Interviews 4
Agriculture -- Colorado -- History 4
Architecture 4
Cable cars (Streetcars) 4
Cowboys -- Grouse Creek (U.S.) -- Interviews 4
Denver (Colo.) -- History 4
El Paso (Tex.) 4
Golden (Colo.) 4
Grouse Creek (Utah) 4
Instrumental music -- Grouse Creek (Utah) 4
Leadville (Colo.) 4
Musical groups -- Grouse Creek (Utah) 4
Puerto Rico 4
Ranchers' spouses -- Grouse Creek (Utah) -- Interviews 4
Ranching 4
San Luis Valley (Colo. and N.M.) 4
Theater 4
Water use -- Colorado -- History 4
Agricultural extension work -- Colorado 3
Agriculture -- Cache la Poudre River Watershed (Colo.) 3
Amusements -- Grouse Creek (Utah) 3
Dove Creek (Colo.) -- History 3
Education 3
Elitch Gardens (Denver, Colo.) 3
Farming 3
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