Interview with Gladys Morrison by Christine Trefethen, Spring 1987, Lincoln, Maine

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NA 1972 (local)
April 15 1987 (Bulk dates)

Interview with Gladys Morrison reguarding her experiences as a wife and mother, married to a woods working man. Also, she describes what it was like being a woman living in woods camps. 

Creator and/or Contributor
Gladys Morrison (interviewee), Christina Trefethen (interviewer)
English (Languages)
Other Subject Headings
Lumber camps (Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH))
Entertainment and recreation (Ethnographic Thesaurus (ET))
Women (Ethnographic Thesaurus (ET))
Cooking (Ethnographic Thesaurus (ET))
Foodways (Ethnographic Thesaurus (ET))
Everyday life (Ethnographic Thesaurus (ET))
Pulp mills (Ethnographic Thesaurus (ET))
Farm animals (Art & Architecture Thesaurus (AAT))
Transportation (Ethnographic Thesaurus (ET))
Gardening (Ethnographic Thesaurus (ET))
Temporal Coverage
circa 1915 - 1965
Geographic Coverage
Lincoln, Maine (Geonames)
Springfield, Maine (Geonames)
Lee, Maine (Geonames)
Chester, Maine (Geonames)
Schoodic, Piscataquis County, Maine (Geonames)
Carroll Plantation, Maine (Geonames)
Related Entities:
Gladys Morrison (interviewee)
Christina Trefethen (interviewer)
Related Objects
First page of the transcript for NA 1972