Detail View: Colorado Coal Project: Parade and picnic at Aguilar (pt.2 of 2)

Collection Name: 
Colorado Coal Project
Title: 
Parade and picnic at Aguilar (pt.2 of 2)
Creator: 
Margolis, Eric, 1947-
Creator: 
McMahan, Ronald L.
Subject: 
Coal mines and mining
Subject: 
Coal miners -- Personal narratives
Subject: 
Aguilar (Colo.)
Subject: 
Amusements -- United States
Description: 
(No transcript available for this video) 00:00 Interview with Pastorelli continues 10:00 Scenes at picnic 20:00 Religious singing 30:00 Announcements from the sound stage 40:00 A 95-year-old woman makes her way to the sound stage 50:00 Tapoya remembers Mike Livoda 60 min Band song ends and people mingle 1:05:30 End
Description Type: 
segmentSequence
Description: 
The interview with Pastorelli wraps up and the program begins on the sound stage with the national anthem, prayers, and religious singing. People are mingling and chatting. John Tapoya talks about his mining days, which began in 1917. They touch upon the militia, WWI, and hauling coal from small wagon mines. The rest of the video shows people dancing on the lawn to music from a band.
Description Type: 
summary
Publisher: 
University of Colorado Boulder Archives
Contributor: 
Bisulco, Alex
Contributor: 
Tapoya, John
Contributor: 
Pastorelli, Abe
Date: 
1978-08-20
Type: 
MovingImage
Format: 
video/mp4
Identifier: 
205-Aguilar
Language: 
English
Relation: 
204-Aguilar
Relation Type: 
relatedTo
Relation href: 
http://cudl.colorado.edu/luna/servlet/s/r396j4
Coverage (Spatial): 
Aguilar, CO
Coverage (Temporal): 
1913/1978