Interview with Fatuma Hussein

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NA 3733 (local)
2003 (Date created)


Fatuma Hussein, interviewed by Dianne Schindler on March 26, 2003 at the United Somali Women Office in Auburn, Maine.  Hussein was a 25-year-old woman originally from Somalia who had been living in Lewiston for 2 years.  Topics included food and cultural ways in Somali society; Hussein’s family and her education; food preparation; anchero; tea; spices; samosas; raising girls; cookies; beef; types of foods at celebrations; Qu’an; milk; chapati; American fast food; baby food.  Ayan Ismail had a small part in the interview. Transcript: 24 pp

Recording: C2650

Creator and/or Contributor
Fatuma Hussein (creator), Dianne Schindler (contributor)
Other Subject Headings
food and cultural ways in Somali society Hussein’s family and her education Food preparation Types of foods at celebrations (Local)
Materials Designation
sound cassettes (analog)
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Fatuma Hussein (creator)