Granado, Domingo 1976-09-30

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Domingo Granado speaks of his youth in Crosbyton, the problems of the Mexican-American community, and the establishment of the Llano Estacado organization.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Domingo Granado

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Date: September 30, 1976

Location: Crosbyton, Texas

Interviewer: David G. Zepeda

Length: 1 hour


Tape 1, Side 1: Personal background, Born: Carnes County Texas, Father farmer, Education, Helped father with farm, Picking cotton, Children, Discrimination against Mexican-Americans, Move out to Crosbyton Texas, Quit job on farm, Work on two sections, Housing conditions, Home ownership, Discrimination in Crosbyton, Llano Estacado Organization, Grants, Medical help, Meaning of word "Chicano".

Tape 1, Side 2: Mexican influence, Speaking Spanish, Relations between Anglos and Mexican-Americans, Voting, Attitude of older Mexican-Americans, Llano Estacado Organization finances, Work with government representatives, Attitude of media toward organization, Christian attitude, Improvements for Mexican-Americans, Problems with Social Security,

Range Dates: 1950s(?)-1976

Bulk Dates: ?-1976

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