mill [13 results]

Recording Piece Others themes Sumary
D-028 A02 anecdote - carlist war
D-035 A04 civil war
D-035 A05 smuggling - anecdote - civil war - hunger
D-064 A04
I-035 A01
IR-015 A04 washing clothes
M-005 A07 hunger - war:
PP-001 A02 anecdote
I-048 A11 nutrition: The bread was made in the oven. When the combustible material, branches and wood, were heated up, that wood was separated and cleaned with water. The bread was inserted with a palate. It could last for a week without going stale. The wheat was prepared at the mill in Ureta. In Orondritz there was another mill, but the people from Lintzoain went to Ureta. The one in Orondritz belong to a certain number of people but Ureta belonged to them.
I-091b A04 forge - bells There was also corn. What had once been blacksmith’s were turned into mills. The "Manuelenea” blacksmith’s was very important and nearby there is a house, "Ezkilenea" (The Bell). The bell of Santa María la Real in Pamplona was taken from Valcarlos. It may have been made in that house, but nowadays it is a shack.In The Baztán there are also places where bells were made: the song “Iturengo Arotza"(The blacksmith from Ituren) gives an account of that.
II-064b A03 agriculture: The grinders were also made from oak. To make them was even more difficult.The trade of yoke-making began to die out when the tractors came in.Later he continued with the carpentry trade.(32:15")At present he does not think it is viable to do that work.It was a fine job when it was all done by hand. His son continued in the same trade. (39:30") Appreciations and Goodbye.
ATBO-001 A03 water - nutrition: - nutrition:
ATBO-001 A06 game