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Southeastern Washington Heritage Corridor: Richland to Clarkston

by Northwest Heritage Resources

An audio tour guide with an accompanying guide book (with maps) that includes narration of what you'll find along a tour from Richland east to Clarkston in Washington state - traditional music, stories and narratives from local residents.
Genre: Spoken Word: With Music
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1. CD #1: Riley Shepard performs Atomic Power
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2. Ron Nelson, nuclear engineer for WA Public Power Supply System a
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3. Margie DeGooyer, retired nuclear chemistry technician of Richlan
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4. Don Brauer of Kennewick, Hanford tour guide and retired public r
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5. Velma Ray of East Pasco, retired Hanford worker, describes condi
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6. East Pasco Church of God Youth Choir sings Tell All HIs Goodness
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7. Feser Volkslieder of Richland sing and play O Susanna.
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8. Jasmine Ines and Ashley and Dominique Go of Tri-Cities Filipino-
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9. Lito Ines recounts his grandfather's success as a farmer in the
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10. Gabriel Protugal of Pasco explains how Mexican farmworkers were
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11. Stan Jackson, fiddle and Dorothy Campo, guitar play Sugar Hill a
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12. Woody Guthrie sings and plays Roll on Columbia
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13. Spanish language congregation of St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Ch
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14. Edith McCloud of Yelm, and of the Wallula-pum band of the COnfed
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15. La Realidad Band of Tri-Cities sings and plays Perdonarme.
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16. Edith McCloud explains how the Wallula-pum people gathered, pres
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17. Narration
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18. Marjorie Wahenika of the COnfederated Tribes of the Umatilla Res
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19. Gene Tom of Walla Walla explains how his father managed the loca
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20. Start of CD #2 - Narration
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21. Elain Frank Davison of Walla Walla tells the story of her Volga
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22. Joe Locati of Walla Walla explains how Pasquale Saturno became F
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23. Dave Deccio of Walla Walla plays Walla Walla Tarentella.
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24. Santos Garcia of Walla Walla, master saddlemaker of Santos Saddl
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25. Grupo Mizmo of Walla Walla sings and plays Que seria dami vida.
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26. Virginia Williams of Walla Walla tells of her experiences as a s
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27. Hank Nelson - formerly from Walla Walla - sings and plays origin
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28. Amos Fine, fiddle, Vesta Gage, guitar, and Cathy Carr, piano, pl
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29. Gary Lentz, park manager of Lewis and Clark Trail State Park in
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30. Don Ford and Merle Brown of Prescott tell about Saturday night i
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31. Cecilia Bearchum of Adams, Oregon and of the Wallula-pum band of
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32. Narration
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33. Narration
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34. Florestine Smith of Pomeroy explains her parents' opposing Civil
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35. Revelation, gospel quartet of the Pomeroy Church pf the Nazarene
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36. Elmer Nichols of Naples, Idaho recites and sings part of the ori
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37. Allen Pinkham, Sr. of Lapwai, Idaho, resource manager of the Nez
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38. Narration
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39. Narration
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40. Lee Earl of Asotin recites original cowboy poem, Growin' Up in a
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41. Joe Broncheau of Clarkston on fiddle and Les Wagner of Lewiston
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42. Johnny Kit Carson on fiddle and Bodie Dominguez guitar - both of
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This guide book and audio (2 CDs) tour will help to acquaint you with the local culture of the Southeastern Washington Heritage Corridor - one of several designated by the Washington State Legislature, in cooperation with the Washington State Department of Transportation's Heritage Corridor Program. The tour begins in Richland, Washington (the Tri-Cities area) and travels east to Clarkston, Washington (on the Idaho/Washington border). The heritage corridor follows US Highway 12.

The audio portion of the tour guide features the "invisibile landscape" - the music, songs, stories and reminiscences of the people of southeastern Washington. They are as much a part of the landscape as its natural wonders, but are rarely acessible to the casual traveler. Selections were chosen to inform the traveler of the diversity of the peoples in the area, from the indigenous nations (Native Americans) thay have inhabited southeastern Washington for millenia, through our pioneer settlers, and the later "atomic pioneers" of the 1940s, to more recent arrivals. The diversity of the region's economy is also noted, including farming, fruit-growing, ranching, logging, tourism, defense manufacturing and research, and nuclear power.

The guide book contains maps of the corridor, supplementary information about the area, and photographs of some of the people and places there. The tour guide has much information about the geology, geography, history and culture of the region. Enjoy hearing the music and stories of local Native Americans, Anglo-Americans, Volga Germans, Mexican and Italian Americans, Filipino and Chinese Americans, African Americans, and more.

"The CDs are a tour de force. The combination of sounds is an aural feast. A wise man once said, 'Our eyes are at the mercy of our ignorance.' It allows us to hear whay we can't see."

-David Nicandri, Director, Washington State Historical Society

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