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Put all your clips in one sequence (it sounds like you already have), and then edit that sequence into a NEW sequence that matches your original one. This is called "nesting" and the result is that the nested sequence will act as if it's one clip, instead of multiple ones. That's about the only way to get these to act as one; I'm assuming this is an AVCHD camcorder.
Thanks Colin... I will give it a whirl...and yes... its an AVCHD camcorder. So far I am very happy with it but don't like the idea that I can only export in clips.....seem odd to me but I am still learning.
It's my understanding that if you transfer the entire folder structure to your computer's hard drive, and then use the Media Browser to import the clips, Premiere will properly see each recording instance (from start to stop) as one clip, regardless of how many 'files' it uses on disk.