Chancey, Arthur 2020-01-10

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This interview features Arthur Chancey as he discusses his involvement with the American Ag movement and the tractorcade to Washington D.C. In this interview, Chancey begins by explaining his background with farming and what he is currently up to with his farm. He then moves on to discuss the tractorcade and what it was like being a part of that movement. Chancey describes the snow storm that hit Washington D.C. and how the tractors were used to dig out and transport people, including a CIA building. Chancey ends the interview be recounting the trip back home.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Arthur Chancey

Additional Parties Recorded: n/a

Date: January 10, 2020

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Elissa Stroman

Length: 00:51:31 (51 minutes)


Introduction and background information; What he is currently up to now; The rise of the American Ag movement and the tractorcade; Parking during the Tractorcade; Converging in Washington; Digging a CIA building out of snow; Meeting with representatives in Washington and coming back home

Access Information

Original Recording Format: born digital audio

Recording Format Notes: audio CD recording available for listening in our Reading Room

Transcript: found here:

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