Jewish History, Cattle Baron Home, Restorers Support Group
Episode WCT-112See all Episodes
First, Connie and Phil LaLena's house was built by a Jewish pioneer. The LaLenas have learned that the Jewish settlers play a big part in the history of Trinidad, Colorado.
Next, Barbara and Bruce Carson often wonder what life was like for the Whitford family when they lived on this plot of land. The Carsons are quite certain that the Whitfords were farmers from all the old equipment they have found buried and from photos they have received from neighbors and family members.
Then, the Rogue Mansion sits in the middle of nowhere in northern New Mexico, which is why Sandy and Roger decided to buy it. They soon began to discover that they now live in a place that is rich in history. This was the home of Stephen Dorsey, a U.S. senator and cattle baron.
Next, Connie and Phil LaLena are revisited. They started a group called Picketwire, which is a group of Trinidad residents who own old houses and get together to share advice and stories about restoring an old home.