Audio Recording The Ninety-Six Ranch, Diversification, and the Future
About this Item
- The Ninety-Six Ranch, Diversification, and the Future
- Contributor Names
- Stewart, Leslie J. (Narrator)
- Fleischhauer, Carl (Interviewer)
- Wilson, William A. (William Albert), 1933- (Interviewer)
- Created / Published
- April 9, 1981
- Subject Headings
- - Ninety-Six Ranch
- - Activities
- - Ranching
- - Ethnography
- - Interviews
- - Les Stewart gives his views on the future of the 96 Ranch. Recorded in a barn on the 96 Ranch.
- - In this video, Les asserts that he is an old-time cowman who will leave any changes to his son. He explains that he plans to sell part of his holdings, especially the right to graze on public lands. His strong feelings remained two years after he sold his gazing rights. In 1984, Les wrote, "Use of the public lands has very little future for the person who doesn't want to be regimented and reduced to the status of tenant of the Federal Government." (Personal communication.)
- Call Number/Physical Location
- AFC 1991/021: NV81-CF-R8
- Source Collection
- Paradise Valley Folklife Project Collection (AFC 1991/021)
- American Folklife Center
- Digital Id
- Online Format
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Paradise Valley Folklife Project collection, 1978-1982 (AFC 1991/021), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress
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Chicago citation style:
Stewart, Leslie J, Carl Fleischhauer, and William A Wilson. The Ninety-Six Ranch, Diversification, and the Future. April 9, 1981. Audio. https://www.loc.gov/item/ncr002365/.
APA citation style:
Stewart, L. J., Fleischhauer, C. & Wilson, W. A. (1981) The Ninety-Six Ranch, Diversification, and the Future. April 9. [Audio] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/ncr002365/.
MLA citation style:
Stewart, Leslie J, Carl Fleischhauer, and William A Wilson. The Ninety-Six Ranch, Diversification, and the Future. April 9, 1981. Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/ncr002365/>.