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Guides to Discover the History of the Basque Sheepherders Out West

Basque sheepherder camped on the range. Dangberg Ranch, Douglas County, Nevada. Photo by Arthur Rothstein. 1940
The Moab, Utah Canyon Country Zephyr is published in one of those places we're dying to visit because of the important Basque presence there,...

The Historical Society of San Juan Capistrano is studying the local...

La ovejas fueron, también en  San Juan Capistrano (California) una importante actividad de los vascos
San Juan Capistrano was founded as one of the missions dotting the California coastline up to San Francisco back in the 17th century, when...

The Basque shepherd breed, our very own Basque breed, is endangered

This article was translated by John R. Bopp We were going through different topics to cover on the blog when we went back to a website...

Alberto Uranga: the son of Mutriku fishermen is the last Basque...

Alberto Uranga, el último pastor vasco de Sun valley
This article was translated by John R. Bopp We've blogged about Sun Valley in southern Idaho many times on the blog.  It's a place that is...

The Basque shepherd dog, a very old and intelligent breed (a...

Perro Pastor Vasco
This article was translated by John R. Bopp A while back, we blogged about this race of dogs.  We’re doing so again today because of an...

“The Basque Sheepherder”, a jewel of a documentary on VHS that’s...

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Un fotograma del documental "The Basque Sheepherder" realizado a principios de los años 70
This article was translated by John R. Bopp We must thank the person who keeps the JP BIARRITZ YouTube channel running, and for sharing this jewel of...

“Western Horseman” talks to us about the very current history of...

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Basque Sheep Herder - Oregon Historical Society Research Library bb003838
This article was translated by John R. Bopp The website of “Western Horseman” has a long, detailed, and very interesting article dedicated to the Basque presence...

Is Basque culture disappearing in Idaho?

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Since 1958, Basques in Minidoka County have put on a big community dinner, bringing immigrants and Mini-Cassia locals together for meals of lamb. Most of the original cooks are gone, but their children continue the tradition. Here, people dine at the 58th Annual Basque Dinner Festival March 19 in Rupert. Stephen Reiss The Times-News
This article was translated by John R. Bopp One of the newspapers that most discusses Basques in the US is the Idaho Statesman, which we’ve cited...

The photograph that was found in a corner of the Land...

The Martin Hotel de Sabrina Henry
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Sabrina Henry is an American photographer who offers us glimpses of her work on a website full of...

An educational description of the Basque shepherding dog, from Brazil

This article was translated by John R. Bopp Over the past few years, we've noticed an increase in the comments related to the Basque shepherd dog breed...

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