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Janet Inda
Miel A. Elustondo
Fallon, Nevada
19
90s

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Janet Inda was born in 1945 in Fallon, Nevada. She was the first woman to become the President of the recently constituted North American Basque Organizations (NABO). She also talks about her involvement for seven years in NABO's Music Camp (today's Udaleku) and its importance for the continuity of the Basque heritage in the United States.

 

 

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Janet Inda


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NABO origins
first woman President of NABO
difficult times in NABO
Jon Oatibia
about being Basque
about the Basque future
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Fallon
Eureka
Ely
Pyramid Lake
Banca
Denmark
Copengahen
Carson City
Antelope Valley
Elko
Reno
Chino, CA
Boise
Reno
San Francisco
Europe
Loui Inda
Leroy Scott
Pet Etcheverria
Jon Bilbao
Al Erquiaga
Miren Rementeria
William Jacobsen
Pete Cenarrusa
Bob Goicoechea
Monique Zualde
Frank Maitia
Jose Maria Eizaguirre
Bob Laxalt
Bill Douglass
Carmelo Urza
Denise Inda
Jon Oatibia
Luis Manuel Menchaca
John Ysurza
Bernadette Iribarren
Pedro Etchemendy
Brenda & Martin Willy



 


Childhood
Presidency of NABO
Basque Studies Program
ETA
San Francisco Music Camp
National Basque Monument
Future of Basque culture

 

1945
Fall 1967
1970s
1979
1980
 

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