Rattlesnake Round-up

Date: October 16, 1976

Source: S1577 , Container v. 1 , S77-21 - S77-39

Type: Still Image

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Description

  • Seventeen color slides. Rattlesnake round-ups are when a community gathers/hunts rattlesnakes in the local woods to 'clean up' the area. By the 1990s, the San Antonio Round-up, held each October, evolved into the San Antonio Rattlesnake Festival, focusing on environmental education and festival activities. Images are of gopher tortoise races; milking rattlesnakes; bluegrass bands; and crafts booths. Slides S77-23 and S77-35 are missing.

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