Jones, Roger 1980-01-16

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Roger Jones the changing aspects of farming on the South Plains.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Roger Jones

Additional Parties Recorded: None

Date: January 16, 1980

Location: Crosbyton, Texas

Interviewer: Richard Mason

Length: 1 hour, 30 minutes


Tape 1, Side 1: Hamilton County, Texas, Sara Jones, Jack Jones, Crosby County, Texas, Dugouts, Lumber, Cotton ginning, Floydada, Texas, Maize, Farming practices, L. C. Hickman, Ranches, Matador, Slaughter, Kentucky Cattle Raising Association, Two Buckle Ranch, Julian Bassett, County seat fight, John R. Ralls, Julian Bassett (again), Farm equipment, Livestock, Meat preservation, Entertainment, Picnics, School, Land, Cattle business, Cattle drives.

Tape 1, Side 2: School, George Foster, Teachers, Livestock, Blizzard (1904), Farming, Crops, Threshers, Crosbyton, Texas, Lubbock, Texas, General stores, Schools, Fairview, Houses, Land, Farmers, Marriage (1913), Water well.

Tape 2, Side 1: Wells, Floydada, Texas, World War I, Farming, Prices, Weather, Farming, Cotton, Technology, Plowing, Planting, Harvest, Cooperatives, Insects, Market, Banks, Citizens National, Crosbyton, Loans, Hats, Land banks, Gins.

Tape 2, Side 2: Blank

Range Dates: 1883-1920

Bulk Dates: 1904-1920

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