On this page you will find:

Primary Source Sets for Trinidad and Las Animas County

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Art, Craft Work, and Music Click Here
Casimiro Barela and His Family Click here
Coal Mines and Miners Click here
Coal Mining from 2018 Interviews Click here
Early Spanish-Language Newspapers Click here
Early Trinidad Photos and Maps Click here
Education and Schools Click here
Education and Discrimination from 2018 Interviews Click here
Ethnic and Gender Issues in Employment Click here
Families and Children Click here
Farming and Ranching Click here
Hispanic Business and Professional People, 1888-1929: Spreadsheets for Math and Social Studies Click here
Hispanic Occupations in 1871: A Spreadsheet for Math and Social Studies Click here
Hispanic Office-Holders around 1900 Click here
Lives of Former Coal Miners and Their Relatives: Interviews, 2019 Click here
Ludlow Strike and Massacre, 1913-14 Click here
Military Servicemen and Police Click here
Mining Camps Click here
One Family’s Photos: The Severiano Martinez/Arroyo Family Click here
Oral History Interviews with Trinidad Residents, 2018 Click here
Political Activity, 1970 and Later Click here
Religion and Religious Images Click here
Sopris Click here
Sports and Recreation Click here
Transportation and Travel Click here
United Mine Workers of America Click here

Women and Their Work                                                                                                      Click here

For Analysis Tools and other resources for teaching with primary sources, Click here

Sample Lesson Plans for Trinidad and Las Animas County

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Celebrations Click here
Farming Click here
Identity and Community: Interviewing Our Families Click here
Identity Quilt – The Complexities of Ethnic Identity Click here
Immigration: “This I Believe” Essays Click here
Labor and Working Conditions for Latinos, 1920s-1970s Click here
Latino leaders Click here
Mining: Analyzing Photographs of Colorado’s Mining History Click here
The Life of a Migrant Worker: Before, During, and After Click here
Veterans Day: Celebrating Diversity (a PowerPoint presentation) Click here
Workers’ Movements and Civil Rights Activity Click here