Castillo, Martin 1968-06-27

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Martin Castillo gives an account of his life as a Vaquero and the men and conditions of those times.

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Interviewee Name: Martin Castillo

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Date: June 27, 1968

Location: Valentine, Texas

Interviewer: Paul Patterson



Tape 1, Side 1: Revolucionario, Vaquero - Mexico, Texas, Spanish questions for Mr. Castillo in re: Vaqueros, etc., Mexico, Horses, T. O.'s (Tio ?) Ranch, Manual Cano, Francisco, Jose - Vaqueros, Translations of above, Revolutionaries, Killing of Mexicans, Indians - Apache, Victorio, Villa "Pancho", Castillo's life

Tape 1, Side 2: Blank

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