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Boise Basques

dreamers and doers

by Gloria P. Totoricaguena

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Published by Center for Basque Studies, University of Nevada, Reno in Reno .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Boise (Idaho),
  • Idaho,
  • Boise
    • Subjects:
    • Basque Americans -- Idaho -- Boise -- History.,
    • Basque Americans -- Idaho -- Boise -- Social conditions.,
    • Immigrants -- Idaho -- Boise -- Social conditions.,
    • Basque Americans -- Idaho -- Boise -- Interviews.,
    • Immigrants -- Idaho -- Boise -- Interviews.,
    • Boise (Idaho) -- Ethnic relations.,
    • Boise (Idaho) -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementGloria Totoricaguena.
      GenreInterviews., Biography.
      SeriesBasque diaspora and migration studies series ;, no. 1
      ContributionsUniversity of Nevada, Reno. Center for Basque Studies.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF754.B65 T68 2004
      The Physical Object
      Pagination317 p. :
      Number of Pages317
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3289923M
      ISBN 101877802379
      LC Control Number2004004044

        Idaho treasures its rich history of Basque migrants, who for over a century have been part of communities statewide. “The Basque Places of Idaho” photo contest will be an academic and artistic cultural journey for students. It is an educational opportunity for students to analyze “landscapes” through the lens of the Basques.   Boise is home to Basque Block, a visually striking, albeit compact, corridor of Basque restaurants, murals, and a museum in the middle of every five .

      Boise's Basque Immersion Preschool. A group of parents and educators with pride in the Basque heritage and a desire to see their children, as well as generations to come, learn the Basque language, made that dream a reality. Get More Information. Explore Our Collections.   Idaho State Historical Society It is possible to trace the history of Boise’s Basque community through the pages of the Idaho Statesman, as we .

      Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding. Boise Basques: Dreamers and Doers Table of Contents Acknowledgements Chapter One: Formation of the Basque Community - 7 Euskal Herria: The Basque Country Centuries of Basque emigration The second wave Choosing Idaho The journey Discrimination: Was it. Inner Strength: Portraits of Basque Women $ Add to cart; What’s In Your Bota $ Select options; Products On Sale. Sale! N.A.B.O. Calendar $ $ Add to cart; Museum Hours. Tuesday – Friday: 10am to 5pm Saturday: 11am to 4pm. CLOSED Sunday, Monday, and Holidays. Cyrus Jacobs/Uberuaga.


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Originally published by the Basque Government in the Urazandi series. Distributed for the Center for Basque Studies/5(4). This work illuminates the Basque migration and societal integration experience in Boise, Idaho. Personal testimonies enrich this historical chronicle from the nineteenth century immigrants to today's professionals and business owners.

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"Boise Basques" records the history and development of one of the most significant Basque communities in the world. It contains over eighty photographs, several from the earliest years of Basque settlement in Boise, and covers daily life in the Basque boardinghouses, employment opportunities, Basque dancing and musicians, the Basque Museum and.

Boise Basques book Illuminating Basque migration and societal integration in Boise, Idaho, personal testimonies enrich this historical chronicle, from the first 19th-century immigrants to today's professionals and.

Summary: Records the history and development of one of the most significant Basque communities in the world. This work contains over eighty photographs, several from the earliest years of Basque settlement in Boise, and covers daily life in the Basque boardinghouses, employment opportunities, Basque dancing and musicians, and more.

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Subjects: Basque Americans -- Idaho -- Boise -- History. Basques -- Idaho -- Boise -- History. País Vasco (Spain) -- Emigration and immigration.

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